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NAME ^

Text::CSV::LibCSV - comma-separated values manipulation routines (using libcsv)

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Text::CSV::LibCSV;

  my $callback = sub {
       my @fields = @_;
       print(join(',', @fields), "\n");
  };
  csv_parse($data, $callback) or die;
  # or using OO interface
  my $parser = Text::CSV::LibCSV->new;
  $parser->parse($data, $callback) or die $parser->strerror;

DESCRIPTION ^

This module is an interface for libcsv. It is available at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/libcsv/

WARNING: Please note that this module is primarily targetted for libcsv >= 1.0.0, so if things seem to be broken and your libcsv version is below 1.0.0, then you might want to consider upgrading libcsv first.

METHODS ^

new([$opts])

Initialize parser object.

Option can be set CSV_STRICT or CSV_REPALL_NL. Read libcsv's documentation for details.

Returns an instance of this module.

opts($opts)

Set options.

parse($data, $callback)

Parse a CSV string.

Callback function is called at the end of every row.

Returns true on success or undef on failure.

You can get error message by strerror.

parse_file($file, $callback)

Parse a CSV string from file.

parse_fh($fh, $callback)

Parse a CSV string from file handle.

You can use parse() in the same way.

NOTE: parse_file() and parse_fh() read all data to memory once. It is not necessarily the case that they work faster than parse.

strerror

Returns error message.

FUNCTIONS ^

csv_parse($data, $callback [, $option])

Parse a CSV string.

Callback function is called at the end of every row.

EXPORT ^

csv_parse, CSV_STRICT, CSV_REPALL_NL

AUTHOR ^

Jiro Nishiguchi <jiro@cpan.org>

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO ^

http://sourceforge.net/projects/libcsv/

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