For the most part, reading and writing CSV files is trivial. As the name suggestions, a CSV file is simply a plain text file that contains one or more values per line, separated by commas. Listing 1 shows my CsvFileWriter and CsvFileReader classes. Using, system; using neric; using ; using, system. Text; namespace, readWriteCsv public class, csvRow : List string public string, lineText get ; set ; public class, csvFileWriter : StreamWriter public, csvFileWriter(Stream stream) : base (stream) public, csvFileWriter( string filename) : base (filename) public void WriteRow(CsvRow row) StringBuilder builder new StringBuilder bool firstColumn.
Comma-Separated Values (CSV) Files, a much simpler way to have your application share data is by reading and writing Comma-Separated Values (CSV) files. CSV files can easily be read and written by many programs, including Microsoft Excel. The same is also done for values that contain double quot;s. In addition, two double quot;s together signify a double quot; in the value and not a value separator. So this seems like a perfect task for a handy little C# class.
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