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(C#) Read CSV File

Demonstrates how to read a .csv file and access the contents.

The Chilkat CSV library/component/class is freeware. The downloads for .NET, C++, Perl, Java, Ruby, and Python contain all of the Chilkat classes, some of which are freeware and some of which require licensing.

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//  This example program loads a file (sample.csv)
//  that contains this content:
// 
//  year,color,country,food
//  2001,red,France,cheese
//  2005,blue,"United States",hamburger
//  2008,green,Italy,pasta
//  1998,orange,Japan,sushi
// 
//  The first row contains the column names.
//  This file is available at:
//  http://www.chilkatsoft.com/testData/sample.csv

Chilkat.Csv csv = new Chilkat.Csv();

//  Prior to loading the CSV file, indicate that the 1st row
//  should be treated as column names:
csv.HasColumnNames = true;

//  Load the CSV records from the file:
bool success;
success = csv.LoadFile("sample.csv");
if (success != true) {
    Console.WriteLine(csv.LastErrorText);
    return;
}

//  Display the contents of the 3rd column (i.e. the country names)
int row;
int n = csv.NumRows;
for (row = 0; row <= n - 1; row++) {
    Console.WriteLine(csv.GetCell(row,2));
}


 

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