Bruce Momjian wrote:
>Also, can you explain why we can't read across a newline to the next
>quote? Is it a problem with the way our code is structured or is it a
>logical problem? Someone mentioned multibyte encodings but I don't
>understand how that applies here.
In a CSV file, each line is a record. Reading across a newline for the
next quote (assuming the next field is quoted) would mean stealing
fields from the next record.
I did see one complaint about missing or extra fields at the end of a
record - I think it is reasonable for us to expect the data to be
rectangular, and not ragged.
(I hope this answers your question - I am not 100% certain I understaood
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