I have given up on trying to use comma delimited files in favor of tab delimited
files to eliminate this issue completely.  Any pgm that can take a csv can
usually take a tab delimited.

I wrote a Perl utility to replace tabs with any delimited char if anyone wants


Quoting Martin Rowe <dbg400.net@xxxxxxxxx>:

> On 14/06/05, Malchow, Grizzly <GMalchow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I'm doing the following:
> > 
> > 
> > The copy works fine except when the information in the "from file"
> > contains quotation marks or commas, which happens quite often. Is there
> > anyway to ignore the delimiter values when they are found in the "from
> > file"?
> I don't know if it's of any help, but my CRTCSVDTA gives you the
> option of replacing STRDLM & FLDDLM values found in the field values
> with your choice of safe character. I tend to use ` and . in place of
> " and ,
> Details and source code download from http://dbg400.net/crtcsv.html
> Regards, Martin
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