Fsdb::Filter::csv_to_db - convert comma-separated-value data into fsdb River stage zero No dependents

Converts a comma-separated-value data stream to Fsdb format. The input is CSV-format (*not* fsdb). The first row is taken to be the names of the columns. The output is two-space-separated fsdb. (Someday more general field separators should be support...

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

Fsdb::Filter::db_to_csv - convert fsdb to the comma-separated-value file-format River stage zero No dependents

Covert an existing fsdb file to comma-separated value format. Input is fsdb format. Output is CSV-format plain text (*not* fsdb)....

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

Fsdb - a flat-text database for shell scripting River stage zero No dependents

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

Fsdb::Filter::dbpipeline - allow db commands to be assembled as pipelines in Perl River stage zero No dependents

This module makes it easy to create pipelines in Perl using separate processes. (In the past we used to use perl threads.) By default (as with all Fsdb modules), input is from STDIN and output to STDOUT. Two helper functions, fromfile and tofile can ...

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

Fsdb::Filter::sqlselect_to_db - convert MySQL or MariaDB selected tables to fsdb River stage zero No dependents

Converts a MySQL or MariaDB tables to Fsdb format. The input is *not* fsdb. The first non-box row is taken to be the names of the columns. The output is two-space-separated fsdb. (Someday more general field separators should be supported.) This modul...

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

Fsdb::Filter::html_table_to_db - convert HTML tables into fsdb River stage zero No dependents

Converts a HTML table to Fsdb format. The input is an HTML table (*not* fsdb). Column names are taken from "TH" elements, or defined as "column0" through "columnN" if no such elements appear. The output is two-space-separated fsdb. (Someday more gene...

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

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