osql import inserting carriage returns?
I'm trying to run an import of some data that has unix style carriage
returns throughout (ie, 0x0A, or \n). When i use osql to import the
data, it shows up in the SQL Server 2005 database as 0x0D 0x0A or \r
I do not want this behaviour - the import file is very large and has
ddl at the beginning. Can anyone suggest a more suitable utility or
method for importing this data that will preserve the original
format? Or perhaps my database is not configured correctly?
On Wed, 15 Oct 2008 09:03:57 -0700 (PDT), "firstname.lastname@example.org"
...Import CSV can not understand string correctly
In my CSV file, I have string fields like 3D22 or so.
While I imported the CSV file in mathemtaica, the 3D22 string was converted
to number 3x10^22.
How dose this happened??? How can I avoid this kind of transformation and
keep my original string when Import a CSV file?
...Carriage Return problems when importing from a Word document
I am trying to import data from a Word document into an Access table
The Word document is a form which has various fields. One of the fields
is a field for notes. In some cases, this note field contains carriage
When I import a note field that has carriage returns, what shows up in
the Access field are vertical black lines where the carriage return
I have done searches on this problem, and seen a number of "solutions",
one from Microsoft suggests turning the carriage returns into tabs,
another solution simply eliminates the carriage returns altogether...Can't get carriage returns in div
I have a page with a div on it. The div displays a user comment. When
the user logs into this page, their current comment is pulled from a db
and displayed in the div. The user can edit the comment through a
pop-up that contains a textarea. When the user hits OK on the pop-up,
the text in the textarea is sent to a function on the main page. The
function inserts the text into the div's text node.
Please don't ask why I'm making this so complicated - there are other
things going on on the page and the pop-up that are irrelevant to my
Everything works perfectly except ...How can I import 2 csv files into 1 table
I will try to explain my situation. I know that it is hard to offers
solutions without fully understanding what people would like to
I receive 2 csv files every month. The csv files change name each
month. Each file contains 13 columns and around 20k rows. In each file,
the first row is the heading.
I have created a database that helps me sort out the data. Prior to
importing into the database, I have been copying the csv data into one
xls file. I then run an Excel macro to format the data. The macro does
a few things. The first thing it does is remove any blank spaces in the
text o...Re: Import CSV can not understand string correctly
On 9/24/13 at 4:16 AM, email@example.com (Itai Seggev) wrote:
>On Sat, Sep 21, 2013 at 04:36:10AM -0400, Joug Raw wrote:
>>In my CSV file, I have string fields like 3D22 or so. While I
>>imported the CSV file in mathemtaica, the 3D22 string was converted
>>to number 3x10^22.
>>How dose this happened??? How can I avoid this kind of
>>transformation and keep my original string when Import a CSV file?
>You can set the option "Numeric"->False which will keep everything
>as strings. Numbers will need to be explicitly converter to ...How can I detect a carriage return using java.net
I have code a bit like this:
BufferedReader bis = new BufferedReader(new
// Here I write some data - getting a response - some lines of text returned
boolean more = true;
String line = bis.readLine();
if (line == null)
more = false;
But code never gets out of while loop.
I assumed when there was no more input it would return null, so more would
be set to false and it would exit loop.
I want to test for a carriage return. (I know text is in ASCII format, and
...Eliminate embeded carriage return in CSV file under version 8
I have a name and address file in which the address field contains
embeded carriage returns using the infile statement results in a
dataset with multiple data records
I want to replace the carriage return with a space to generate one
address field per name can anyone suggest a solution.
Adam <worldtraveller999@GMAIL.COM> wrote:
> I have a name and address file in which the address field contains
> embeded carriage returns using the infile statement results in a
> dataset with multiple data records
> I want to repl...how can I import a csv or tsv table as a table in a latex document?
considering the first row is the header.
> considering the first row is the header.
have you had a look at the csvtools package?
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Lars Madsen schrieb:
> avilella wrote:
>> considering the first row is the header.