Ruby latest stable (v1_9_3_392) - 0 notes - Class: CSV

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parse_row(src, idx, out_dev, fs = nil, rs = nil) public

Parse a line from string. Consider using CSV.parse_line instead. To parse lines in CSV string, see EXAMPLE below.


src = "a,b\r\nc,d\r\ne,f"
idx = 0
  parsed = []
  parsed_cells, idx = CSV.parse_row(src, idx, parsed)
  puts "Parsed #{ parsed_cells } cells."
  p parsed
end while parsed_cells > 0


src: a CSV data to be parsed.  Must respond '[](idx)'.
  src[](idx) must return a char. (Not a string such as 'a', but 97).
  src[](idx_out_of_bounds) must return nil.  A String satisfies this
idx: index of parsing location of 'src'.  0 origin.
out_dev: buffer for parsed cells.  Must respond '<<(aString)'.
col_sep: Column separator.  ?, by default.  If you want to separate
  fields with semicolon, give ?; here.
row_sep: Row separator.  nil by default.  nil means "\r\n or \n".  If you
  want to separate records with \r, give ?\r here.


parsed_cells: num of parsed cells.
idx: index of next parsing location of 'src'.
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