Comma Chameleon, a stripped-down CSV editor

Posted to Software  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

CSV files are great, but every now and then you have to edit them for errors or format them for the next step. You could use Excel. I’ve been using Google Sheets. However, these applications are designed for general purposes to fulfill a lot of use cases. Comma Chameleon on the other hand is made specifically to get you in and out fast, so that you can use your CSV file elsewhere.

Next CSV I get is going in here.

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