We thought that a few explicit examples would be good...The idea is to make our parsing extremely robust and flexible.

Our library is very flexible and lets you define both the delimiter character and the qualifier. The qualifier is character that **may**
surround your element. Typically this would be a " in Excel, but Excel may **not** surround every element with it. Here are some examples:

Delimiter | Qualifier | Input | Output |
---|---|---|---|

, | " | a,b,c | 3 elements: "a" "b" "c" |

, | " | "a,b,c" | 1 element: "a,b,c" |

, | " | "a,b","c" | 2 elements: "a,b" "c" |

, | " | a,b,c | 3 elements: "a" "b" "c" |

, | " | a",b,c" | 1 element: a",b,c" |

, | " | "test1",test2,"0.00","another, element here",lastone | 5 elements: "test1" "test2" "0.00" "another, element here" "lastone" |

, | ' | a,b,c | 3 elements: "a" "b" "c" |

, | ' | "a,b,c" | 3 elements: ""a" "b" "c"" |

, | ' | "a,b","c" | 2 elements: ""a,b"" ""c"" |

, | ' | a,b,c | 3 elements: "a" "b" "c" |

, | ' | a",b,c" | 3 elements: "a"" "b" "c"" |

, | ' | "test1",test2,"0.00","another, element here",lastone | 6 elements: ""test1"" "test2" ""0.00"" ""another" "element here\"" "lastone" |