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AnyData::Format::CSV(3User Contributed Perl DocumentatiAnyData::Format::CSV(3)

NAME
	AnyData::Format::CSV - tiedhash	& DBI/SQL access to CSV	data

SYNOPSIS
	use AnyData;
	my $table = adTable( 'CSV', $filename,'r',$flags );
	while (my $row = each %$table) {
	   print $row->{name},"\n" if $row->{country} =~ /us|mx|ca/;
	}
	# ... other tied hash operations

	OR

	use DBI
	my $dbh	= DBI->connect('dbi:AnyData:');
	$dbh->func('table1','CSV', $filename,$flags,'ad_catalog');
	my $hits = $dbh->selectall_arrayref( qq{
	    SELECT name	FROM table1 WHERE country = 'us'
	});
	# ... other DBI/SQL operations

DESCRIPTION
       This is a plug-in format	parser for the AnyData and DBD::AnyData
       modules.	It will	read column names from the first row of	the file, or
       accept names passed by the user.	 In addition to	column names, the user
       may set other options as	follows:

	 col_names   : a comma separated list of column	names
	 eol	     : the end of record mark, \n by default
	 quote_char  : the character used to quote fields " by default
	 escape_char : the character used to escape the	quote char, " by default

       If you are using	this with DBD::AnyData,	put ad_	in front of the	flags,
       e.g.  ad_eol.

       Please refer to the documentation for AnyData.pm	and DBD::AnyData.pm
       for further details.

AUTHOR & COPYRIGHT
       copyright 2000, Jeff Zucker <jeff@vpservices.com> all rights reserved

perl v5.32.0			  2015-01-28	       AnyData::Format::CSV(3)

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