> From: Philip Newton [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Roger Burton West wrote:
> > DBD::CSV is your friend.
> I second that. DBD::CSV is yum. Also handles escaping of 
> double quotes or
> commas when inserting strings, etc.

DBD:CSV seems to be popular and on reading the docs I can see why...

... did I mention that the powers that be want to ability to hand modify
these files? And possibly by people who do not know what they are doing?

That's part of the reason why I would rather not have to worry about
escaping anything out in the data file itself - just in case somebody breaks

paranoia's just a state of mind

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