CsvTool can analyze, verify, and transform data in comma-separated-value
(CSV) format. It's designed to solve the problem |
To use CsvTool, you start by adding one or more CSV (or alleged CSV) data files to a project.
Then you try out various formats (combinations of field/record delimiters and quotes)
to see which one seems to be right. You verify the data to check it against the format.
Then, if you want, you export the data to an output file; records with errors go to a separate file.
Unlike most CSV-processing programs, CsvTool makes no assumptions at all about field lengths or contents,
records lengths, end-of-line characters, quotes, or ASCII text. Binary characters, even zero bytes, are perfectly OK.
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- The perfect tool to use when you're not sure how a CSV file is formatted or whether it contains formatting errors. (Easy enough to check with a text file of a hundred-or-so lines, but impossible for larger or binary files without something like CsvTool.)
- A necessity before loading important data into a database or spreadsheet.
- Runs as a standalone application on Windows, Mac OS X, UNIX, Linux, FreeBSD, and any other system that supports Java 1.4.2 or later.
- Handles any field and record delimiters or quotes. All characters (0 - 255) are allowed as delimiters, quotes, or in field data.
- Handles any number of fields per record, any size fields, and any size records.
- You're free to redistribute the EXE or JAR files provided you haven't changed them in any way or combined them with any other EXE or JAR files.
- Analyzing CSV files according to various formats, displaying records and fields, so you can discover what format is correct.
- Verifying all the data to ensure that it follows the format.
- Exporting the data using a different format.