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±encoding, ±e

File encoding of the input or output CSV file


Set the assumed encoding for reading a CSV file.
Set the encoding for writing a CSV file.

The default encoding, if there is no deviating information, depends on the local windows installation locale. This can be changed temporarily with the %locale command.


±e=encoding ±encoding=encoding

Usage Examples

csvfox infile.csv -e=UTF-8 (...)
Assumes that the CSV file to read has UTF-8 encoding.
csvfox infile.csv +e=Windows-1252 outfile.csv
Reads infile.csv (in default encoding) and writes it into outfile.csv, using Windows-1252 encoding for writing.
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