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Data File Separators

Knowledge Base Lobby : uStorekeeper Support Conference : Future Feature Wish List
Dec-14-17 04:04 PM EST
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Data File Separators
Author Brandt Campbell on 08-19-2001 at 20:22 (EST)
Dear uBurst,
(I appologise if this ones been done before...)

I appreciate the probable reasons you chose the pipe (&pip;) symbol for your data field separator but has anyone successfully used something else?

This question is based on the fact that MS Excel doesn't offer "pipe deliminated" text file format.

Yours Sincerely,
Brandt Campbell
Tasmania, Australia
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  RE: Data File Separators Bill Weiner, 2001-08-20 22:47:00 (1)

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        Author Bill Weiner on 08-20-2001 at 22:47 (EST)
I guess you're trying to import data from an Excel spreadsheet?

Perhaps you can just output the data into your text file using any delimiter that is available... and just open the text file with any text editor and do a search-and-replace on your delimiter with the pipe symbol. Not the easiest way, but....
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