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1 parent 983ee93 commit e22a6b73570a1bbf779c0a812d420fb12199a108 Will White committed Nov 18, 2010
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- Support for large datasets
- Complete test coverage as sample and inspiration
-Quick exemple
+Quick example
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Using the library is a 4 steps process:
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3. Transform the data (optional)
4. Listen to events (optional)
-Here is a exemple:
+Here is a example:
// node samples/sample.js
var csv = require('csv');
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When the returned value is an array, the fields are merge in order. When the returned value is an object, it will search for the `columns` property in the write or in the read options and smartly order the values. If no `columns` options are found, it will merge the values in their order of appearance. When the returned value is a string, it directly sent to the destination source and it is your responsibility to delimit, quote, escape or define line breaks.
-Exemple of transform returning a string
+Example of transform returning a string
// node samples/transform.js
var csv = require('csv');

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