CsvTool analyzes, verifies, and transforms CSV (comma-separated value) data.
Both backslash and doubled-quote escape rules are supported. Any size fields, any size records, and any number of fields per record are allowed. It optionally exports input data in a CSV format into a different output format.
- The perfect tool to use when you're not sure how a CSV file is formatted or whether it contains formatting errors. (Easy enough to check with a text file of a hundred-or-so lines, but impossible for larger or binary files without something like CsvTool.)
- A necessity before loading important data into a database or spreadsheet.
- Runs as a standalone application on Windows, Mac OS X, UNIX, Linux, FreeBSD, and any other system that supports Java 1.4.2 or later.
- Shareware: free for tax-exempt charitable and educational institutions; $25 per copy for everyone else. (Free for everyone during the beta period.)
- Handles any field and record delimiters or quotes. All characters (0 - 255) are allowed as delimiters, quotes, or in field data.
- Handles any number of fields per record, any size fields, and any size records.
- Download EXE file for Windows and JAR file for Mac OS X and UNIX/Linux/FreeBSD. (Right-click on the link and choose "Download Linked File," "Save Target As," or whatever similar command your browser has.) Run the JAR file with the command "java -jar CsvTool.jar" or, on a Mac, just double-click the JAR file as though it were an app.
- You're free to redistribute the EXE or JAR files provided you haven't changed them in any way or combined them with any other EXE or JAR files.
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What's New in This Release:
- Minor changes were made to the user interface and screens.