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Re: csv read problem

From: Nicholas Jankowski
Subject: Re: csv read problem
Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2016 11:14:48 -0500

On Thu, Feb 18, 2016 at 10:29 AM, margalja <address@hidden> wrote:

I'm not sure this problem is actually an octave problem but the data I have.

I've got the data in, apparently, csv standar files and the separator is
The problem is fgets and fgetl don't work properly and they can't read the
On the other hand I can open them in every software I try: libreoffice calc,
notepad++, gedit...

But when I opened the files in notepadqq there is a red dot between each
character of the file and I think it probably means something but I don't
find any information about it

I can solve the problem doing copy and paste of the text of each file in one
of those applications but I have hundreds of files and the point of this
work is to automate the process.

Using fgets and displaying the results, it shows ^@ where notepadqq shows
red dots.
Hope somebody can help me. Thank you

 if you have single characters showing up as two characters it sounds like a unicode to ascii problem. But i thought Octave could handle that, and wouldn't think that would affect the _space_ character anyway. what program did you use to write the CSV files?  might require a sample of the data to troubleshoot.

Nick J.

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