Tool to separate values. Separating values allows delimiting the start and the end of each item with a character (commas, semi colons, etc.) for a clean separation.
Separation with Commas - dCode
Tag(s) : Data Processing
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Value separation is a computer data processing operation that takes care to ensure that the (usually textual) values in a file are read and recognized correctly.
CSV format generally represents values separated by commas or tabs (or any other separator).
dCode tries to catch all values and their separator automatically and proposes to reorganize them, either under the list form with the chosen delimiter, either under the table form (sortable), that can be exported to a spreadsheet like Excel.
Example: abc def ghi, jklm can be split at spaces/punctuation into abc|def|ghi|jklm with the separator/delimiter | (pipe)
CSV is the abbreviation of Comma-separated values, where values are delimited with a comma ,.
TSV is the abbreviation of Tabulation-separated values, where values are delimited with a tabulation character ↹.
Be careful to choose a character that will not be used in the fields of the table.
The separator is not standardized, but it is generally a character like a comma ,, a semicolon ;, a slash / etc.
Each line/row of a file is a representation of tabular data.
By default, commas correspond to boundaries between each column.
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