Claudine

  Are you doing an unload data from a table and all of the data is in one 
column. If so it will quote the text with single quote because of the space.

  The character that looks like a right arrow could be the EOFCHAR.

 

  Can you show the code you are using for output either ASCII or CSV or both.

 

  The 

 

Buddy

 

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Claudine Robbins
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Either I output as ASCII or CSV and I still get those extra quotes and return.

 

Any idea how I can suppress those?

 

TIA,

 

Claudine

 



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