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Removal of extra spaces but not the newline from csv files

I have to compare 2 files by using comm command like the below comm -23 csv1 csv2 > csv3 I seem to face the problem that both the csv are generated from different sources (csv1 is extracted ...
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4answers
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Removing certain fields from a CSV file

I have a large CSV file (~15GB) which a client has sent over as an export of a table. The format is a follows: field, ... , field, field which sometimes contains commas, another field which sometimes ...
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4answers
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How to Prefix a column values with an apostrophe ( ' )?

I have a CSV file with multiple columns and 1000's of records, I need to prefix all the values of one of the columns (lets say 2nd column) with an apostrophe ' except in the first line or header line, ...
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Filter a .CSV file based on the 5th column values of a file and print those records into a new file

I have a .CSV file with the below format: "column 1","column 2","column 3","column 4","column 5","column 6","column 7","column 8","column 9","column 10 "12310","42324564756","a simple string with a , ...
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1answer
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How to extract single value from single line tuples?

I have a dump file of a database in the following form ('value1','value2',value3','value4'),('value1','value2',value3','value4'),... I want first to have each tuple in a single line and next i ...
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1answer
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How to use awk or sed to convert csv diffs into more readable format

Can anyone give me the example of how to use awk or sed (not sure which one, as I haven't use either of these much, as I have mostly been using grep and cut to work with csv data) to convert ...
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2answers
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How to remove an apostrophe ( ' ) from couple of columns of a .CSV file?

I have a .CSV file with 7 fields, and the 3rd and 4th columns of the file has a number starting with an apostrophe ( ' ). Please see the example below. col0,col1,col2,col3,col4,col5,col6, ...
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delete lines in a csv file older than 7 days

I have a csv that I need to remove all lines that are older than 7 days. This is the format of the csv Person ID VIP CS SS LT FTLT PS Modified Datestamp T001028 1 1 1 0 0 0 ...
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How to rename files with sed and csv

I'm new with Linux, sed, and awk but I don't mind challenging myself on new ideas. That being said, I understand the purpose and how to use rename and sed for a common event such as adding a $date or ...
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3answers
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Extracting column from comma separated text

I have a long comma-separated delimited file with 20K lines. Here's a sample: "","id","number1","number2","number3","number4","number5","number6","number7" ...
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5answers
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Remove comma between the quotes only in a comma delimited file

I have a input file delimited with commas (,). There are some fields enclosed in double quotes that are having a comma in them. Here is the sample row 123,"ABC, DEV 23",345,534.202,NAME I need to ...
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1answer
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Swap two columns in a CSV using SED

I have a CSV file that contains 10 different fields (, is the deliminator). Example data: student-id,last,first,hwk1,hwk2,hwk3,exam1,hwk4,hwk5,exam2 pts-avail,,,100,150,100,200,150,100,300 ...
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6answers
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How can I convert tab delimited data to comma delimited data?

I'm requesting a list of ec2 snapshots via amazon's ec2 command line tool: ec2-describe-snapshots -H --hide-tags > snapshots.csv The data looks something like this: SnapshotId VolumeId ...
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4answers
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How to manipulate a CSV file with sed or awk?

How can I do the following to a CSV file using sed or awk? Delete a column Duplicate a column Move a column I have a big table with over 200 rows, and I'm not that familiar with sed.
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4answers
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How can I find and replace with a new line?

I have a CSV delimited by commas and I want to delimit it by newlines instead. Input: a, b, c Output: a b c I've written Java parsers that do this stuff, but couldn't this be done with vim or ...