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CSV files -- comma separated values -- are a widely used file type for the transfer of simple information. It's a format used by Excel and a host of other applications in finance and other industries.
CSVEdit will open these files supporting a user-selectable set of field delimiters and file encodings, allow you to search and filter (ie, only show rows containing a string), and edit the files. Fields can be altered, rows added, reordered and/or removed, columns added or deleted. CSVEdit supports undo so you can try things out.
By changing the file's characteristics, you can open SQL data extracts (hint: change the field separator to "|") or many other row-based formats.
The files can then be saved, optionally using new delimiters or in a different file encoding to make translating between formats easy.
It all adds up to a simple but powerful tool for browsing and editing CSV files.
Note: CSVEdit 1.0.0 does not save comment lines present in the input when writing out files.
What's New in Version 1.1.4
- Sometimes files couldn't be opened because the encoding wasn't recognised. The app now falls back to trying some standard encodings which works well.
- Enabled application sandboxing.
- Add support for printing (Alex Nonnemacher)