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A comma-separated values (CSV) file stores tabular data (numbers and text) as plain text, with rows and columns delimited by line terminators and commas, respectively. You may also use this tag for variants where fields are separated by tabs or semicolons.

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This question has a second part here: Comparing columns from two CSV files - follow-up I'm currently trying to compare two CSV files column by column but only when their indexes match. Here is …
asked Nov 21 '18 by Comte_Zero
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This is the second part of a question, you can find the first part here: Comparing columns from two CSV files I've made some changes to the script and here is what it looks like now: import csv
asked Nov 22 '18 by Comte_Zero
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This program is supposed to find and slice any cell within a CSV file which contains more than a defined number of characters. The files can be pretty large, so being a beginner I would like to know … if it is written correctly, and if I could make it more efficient. One of the lines is also more than 80 characters long, which bothers me. import configparser, csv, sys if len(sys.argv) < 3 …
asked Sep 7 '18 by Comte_Zero