WizardWrx.AnyCSV 7.2.145

.NET Framework 2.0
dotnet add package WizardWrx.AnyCSV --version 7.2.145
NuGet\Install-Package WizardWrx.AnyCSV -Version 7.2.145
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<PackageReference Include="WizardWrx.AnyCSV" Version="7.2.145" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add WizardWrx.AnyCSV --version 7.2.145
#r "nuget: WizardWrx.AnyCSV, 7.2.145"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install WizardWrx.AnyCSV as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=WizardWrx.AnyCSV&version=7.2.145

// Install WizardWrx.AnyCSV as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=WizardWrx.AnyCSV&version=7.2.145

AnyCSV - Process ANY delimited string.

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Composite Format String Processing

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7.2.145 22,279 8/12/2019 1,870 7/3/2019 400 7/3/2019 3,917 9/4/2018 897 12/27/2016

Unlike most CSV strings, these frequently come with "just in time" guard characters that enclose the command that they protect, and little else. Since I found nothing on the Web that met my need, and I had to roll my own, I gave it all the features that I expected of a robust delimited string parsing engine, such as the ability to use any character as the delimiter, and any other character as the guard character, to keep or discard the guard character, and, finally, to make absolutely no assumptions about the source of the input strings or the destination of the output strings. In other words, this is a robust delimited string parser, period. Both acquiring input strings and storing the returned string arrays are out of scope. This version has COM Interop support, so that it can be incorporated into VBA projects. This upgrade corrects an oversight that prevented instantiation of COM instances, essentially crippling the COM interface.