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Nicolas Steenlant
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NAME

Catmandu::Exporter::CSV - a CSV exporter

SYNOPSIS

    use Catmandu::Exporter::CSV;

    my $exporter = Catmandu::Exporter::CSV->new(
                                fix => 'myfix.txt',
                                quote_char => '"',
                                sep_char => ',',
                escape_char => '"' ,
                always_quote => 1,
                                header => 1);

    $exporter->fields("f1,f2,f3");
    $exporter->fields([qw(f1 f2 f3)]);

    $exporter->add_many($arrayref);
    $exporter->add_many($iterator);
    $exporter->add_many(sub { });

    $exporter->add($hashref);

    printf "exported %d objects\n" , $exporter->count;

DESCRIPTION

This Catmandu::Exporter exports items as rows with comma-separated values (CSV). Serialization is based on Text::CSV. A header line with field names will be included if option header is set. Field names can be read from the first item exported or set by option fields. Newlines and tabulator values are in field values are escaped as \n, \r, and \t.

CONFIGURATION

sep_char

Column separator (, by default>)

quote_char

Quotation character (" by default>)

escape_char

Character for escaping inside quoted field (" by default)

fields

List of fields to be used as columns, given as array reference, comma-separated string, or hash reference.

Include a header line with the column names, if set to 1 (the default). Custom field names can be supplied as has reference. By default field names are used as as column names.

METHODS

See Catmandu::Exporter, Catmandu::Addable, Catmandu::Fixable, Catmandu::Counter, and Catmandu::Logger for a full list of methods.

SEE ALSO

Catmandu::Exporter::Table