These are simply blanks, 0x20, use to create separation of the output
columns. I'm assuming this is an inherent behavior for readability. If the
output was not being directed to the output file, it would be directed to
the display.

I'm trying to avoid pre processing (creating a table or view of the
preprocessed data) and post processing (having to pass 10g of text data to
removed blanks -- which is dangerous on its own.)


On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 1:56 PM, Simon Slavin <> wrote:

> On 13 Oct 2016, at 7:51pm, Don V Nielsen <> wrote:
> > Unfortunately, there are two blanks separating each column
> Can you tell what characters these are ?  Perhaps use a hexdump facility.
> My guess at this point is that you should continue with the file you have
> already developed and then post-process it to remove the blank characters.
> If those characters are used only in the blanks you don't want, it should
> be possible to use a simple find/replace utility to do it.
> Simon.
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