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Re^3: Extract Column of CSV - pretend its a database.

by space_monk (Chaplain)
on Jun 26, 2013 at 18:11 UTC ( #1040825=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Extract Column of CSV - pretend its a database.
in thread Extract a column of csv

Well thats one idea. I presume though you'd need the psql client installed on your PC. Your answer is ingenious but not Perl :-)

If you spot any bugs in my solutions, it's because I've deliberately left them in as an exercise for the reader! :-)
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Re^4: Extract Column of CSV - pretend its a database.
by erix (Vicar) on Jun 26, 2013 at 18:18 UTC

    You would need much more than psql (which in fact you do not really need); you would need a running postgresql server to talk to. The talking would be done via DBI.

    But again; not really recommended for the OP (or I would have made a DBI example), just a demo for fun :)

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