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rex_taffydb, a plugin of database.
Oh this sounds useful. Nice addition !
Keep up the good work rexrainbow.
This looks interesting rexrainbow.
Thanks for this and your other plugins. Looking forward to more.
Note that YQL can output any of its data to csv.
Tnx a lot Rex
Thanks for this Rex.
This seems to work well for me, but is there a way to have commas in a cell without it screwing up the loading of an array? For example, if I want a string value of "Hello, how are you?" in one cell, is there a way to specify that that comma NOT be interpreted as a new cell?
I think "Hello, how are you?" can be parsed in this csv parser to get whole string with ",".
Ah, I see, that seems to work. Thanks!
I don't understand what you said about using double quotes for comma in a string. Please do you has a sample?
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Talk,"Hi, good morning",What's funny
The string with ',' will be added double quotes.
Hi, good morning -> "Hi, good morning"
What's funny -> What's funny
Both of them can be parsed correctly.
I have a problem with this plugins.
I can't use a data Cell with a "," in it.
I tried the double quotes, but it don't work.
If I put this Csv string :
It just don't accept it.
Thanks for the Help
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Is it possible to parse JSON data with API's, Like this -
CSV plugin mainly parses CSV text file, so it's better making another plugin like hash to parse JSON string.
But the JSON string maybe return a array....
Anyway, I can make a hash plugin to do this.
It's work fine in my C2 editor. The csv plugin can parse it.
If you paste the CSV string into C2 editor, remember to replace " to ""