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hi APple

I want my these line

Amount,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Region,Level 31.03.2016,,Sanction/Renewal 01.04.2016 to 28.02.2017,,,Level 28.02.2017,,Sanction/Renewal During Current Month ,,,Level 26.03.2017,,Growth as on 26.03.2017, ,No.,Balance,No.,Limit,Balance,No.,Balance,No.,Limit,Balance,No.,Balan +ce,GDM,GUM

in below format

line 1 :Amount line 2: Region,Level 31.03.2016,Sanction/Renewal 01.04.2016 to 28.02.2 +017,Level 28.02.2017,Sanction/Renewal During Current Month,Level 26.0 +3.2017,Growth as on 26.03.2017 line 3:No.,Balance,No.,Limit,Balance,No.,Balance,No.,Limit,Balance,No. +,Balance,GDM,GUM

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