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Filters a CSV file, extraction or dropping columns selected by name or position. | Removes (or conversely, extracts)

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selected columns from a delimited text file, such as a CSV file. It is analogous to the “cut” program, except that it works on CSV files and allows columns to be selected by name (regular expressions) in addition to by number. Either the columns to keep, or the columns to remove, or both, can be specified.

Home-page: UNKNOWN Author: Dreas Nielsen Author-email: dreas.nielsen@gmail.com License: UNKNOWN Description: UNKNOWN Platform: UNKNOWN Classifier: Development Status :: 5 - Production/Stable Classifier: Environment :: Console Classifier: Intended Audience :: End Users/Desktop Classifier: License :: OSI Approved :: GNU General Public License (GPL) Classifier: Natural Language :: English Classifier: Operating System :: OS Independent Classifier: Topic :: Text Processing :: General Classifier: Topic :: Office/Business

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