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(VB.NET) Create CSV File

Demonstrates how to create a new CSV file with some simple content.

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'  This sample code creates a new CSV file (sample.csv)
'  that contains this content:
' 
'  year,color,country,food
'  2001,red,France,cheese
'  2005,blue,"United States",hamburger

Dim csv As New Chilkat.Csv

'  Indicate that the 1st row
'  should be treated as column names:
csv.HasColumnNames = True

Dim success As Boolean = csv.SetColumnName(0,"year")
success = csv.SetColumnName(1,"color")
success = csv.SetColumnName(2,"country")
success = csv.SetColumnName(3,"food")

success = csv.SetCell(0,0,"2001")
success = csv.SetCell(0,1,"red")
success = csv.SetCell(0,2,"France")
success = csv.SetCell(0,3,"cheese")

success = csv.SetCell(1,0,"2005")
success = csv.SetCell(1,1,"blue")
success = csv.SetCell(1,2,"United States")
success = csv.SetCell(1,3,"hamburger")

'  Write the CSV to a string and display:
Dim csvDoc As String
csvDoc = csv.SaveToString()
Console.WriteLine(csvDoc)

Dim success As Boolean

'  Save the CSV to a file:
success = csv.SaveFile("out.csv")
If (success <> True) Then
    Console.WriteLine(csv.LastErrorText)
End If


 

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