rfc4180


LOAD DATA from CSV file where doublequote was used as the escape character

蹲街弑〆低调 提交于 2019-12-19 05:34:08
问题 I have a bunch of CSV data that I need to load into a MySQL database. Well, CSV-ish, perhaps. ( edit : actually, it looks like the stuff described in RFC 4180) Each row is a list of comma-separated doublequoted strings. To escape any doublequotes that appear within a column value, double doublequotes are used. Backslashes are allowed to represent themselves. For example, the line: "", "\wave\", ""hello,"" said the vicar", "what are ""scare-quotes"" good for?", "I'm reading ""Bossypants""" if

Is there a library that can write an RFC 4180 CSV file with PHP? [closed]

狂风中的少年 提交于 2019-12-18 10:35:10
问题 Closed. This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it's on-topic for Stack Overflow. Closed 3 years ago . I am aware of fputcsv, but according to this "wontfix" bug fputcsv does not correctly escape input, and its behavior will not be fixed for compatibility reasons. I would prefer an implementation that is compliant with RFC 4180 so Excel and LibreOffice can open it in all cases. I've tried googling for a library

Proper syntax for optional header parameter for text/csv mimetype?

偶尔善良 提交于 2019-12-06 19:37:35
问题 According to RFC 4180: ...the presence or absence of the header line should be indicated via the optional "header" parameter of this MIME type... So, does that mean the correct string is: text/csv; header Or perhaps: text/csv; header=true Or something else? 回答1: The "header" parameter indicates the presence or absence of the header line. Valid values are "present" or "absent". So if you use that parameter, the full MIME type would be text/csv; header=present or text/csv; header=absent . 来源:

Proper syntax for optional header parameter for text/csv mimetype?

余生颓废 提交于 2019-12-04 23:28:34
According to RFC 4180 : ...the presence or absence of the header line should be indicated via the optional "header" parameter of this MIME type... So, does that mean the correct string is: text/csv; header Or perhaps: text/csv; header=true Or something else? hobbs The "header" parameter indicates the presence or absence of the header line. Valid values are "present" or "absent". So if you use that parameter, the full MIME type would be text/csv; header=present or text/csv; header=absent . 来源: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/15457752/proper-syntax-for-optional-header-parameter-for-text-csv

LOAD DATA from CSV file where doublequote was used as the escape character

和自甴很熟 提交于 2019-12-01 03:23:28
I have a bunch of CSV data that I need to load into a MySQL database. Well, CSV-ish, perhaps. ( edit : actually, it looks like the stuff described in RFC 4180 ) Each row is a list of comma-separated doublequoted strings. To escape any doublequotes that appear within a column value, double doublequotes are used. Backslashes are allowed to represent themselves. For example, the line: "", "\wave\", ""hello,"" said the vicar", "what are ""scare-quotes"" good for?", "I'm reading ""Bossypants""" if parsed into JSON should be: [ "", "\\wave\\", "\"hello,\" said the vicar", "what are \"scare-quotes\"

Is there a library that can write an RFC 4180 CSV file with PHP? [closed]

穿精又带淫゛_ 提交于 2019-11-29 22:59:37
I am aware of fputcsv, but according to this "wontfix" bug fputcsv does not correctly escape input, and its behavior will not be fixed for compatibility reasons. I would prefer an implementation that is compliant with RFC 4180 so Excel and LibreOffice can open it in all cases. I've tried googling for a library that does this correctly, but there doesn't seem to be a consensus on a decent third party library, instead commonly suggesting the defective fputcsv. I could always roll my own, but I'd prefer not to reinvent the wheel if at all possible. Charles It seems that every library out there

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