Have you ever used a program like Microsoft Excel, and needed to convert a spreadsheet into a Comma-Delimited list? I’m sure you’ve needed to do this action a lot of times in the past. For example, have you ever needed it to:
- Make an SQL query
- Pairing names and addresses for phone numbers for direct mail marketing
- Or simply pasting data from a CSV file and making an array?
If so, you’re not alone. In fact employees in corporate offices around the world need to do this simple task over and over again on a daily basis.
And if you’re one of those employees find it aggravating to make this spreadsheet conversion, Comma Separating Tool has made this operation super-simple for you.
All you have to do put your non-delimited data in the form on the left side of the page, press a simple button, and then automatically – the data is instantly separated and arranged on the right side of the page.
This is the default operation of the tool, but special configurations can be made possible too. If this is your first time doing this, then you need to know the basics of how all of this works.
Quite simply, when you have separate regions of plain text in a spreadsheet file, delimiters are used to specify the boundary between these regions – and it does so by using a sequence of one or more characters.
It essentially knows how to read the “spreadsheet code”.
So if you have a sequence of comma-separated values in a spreadsheet, the comma character would be your delimiter to sort out all of the comma-separated characters to make the spreadsheet easier to read and comprehend.
You can use this Comma Separator Tool now!