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       csv2ods - Create OpenDocument spreadsheet from comma separated values


       csv2ods -i file.csv -o file.ods


       This program reads a file in CSV format - table of columns delimited by commas, tabs or
       any other character. It then creates a spreadsheet. If a value looks like a number the
       cell is formatted as a number as well.


           Show program's version number and exit

       -h, --help
           Show help message and exit

       -i INPUT, --input=INPUT
           File input in csv.

       -o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT
           File output in ods.

       -d DELIMITER, --delimiter=DELIMITER
           Specifies a one-character string to use as the field separator. It defaults to ",".

       -c ENCODING, --encoding=ENCODING
           Specifies the encoding the file csv. It defaults to utf-8.

       -t TABLENAME, --table=TABLENAME
           The table name in the output file.

           Specifies how to interpret whitespace which immediately follows a delimiter. It
           defaults to False, which means that whitespace immediately following a delimiter is
           part of the following field.

       -l LINETERMINATOR, --lineterminator=LINETERMINATOR
           Specifies the character sequence which should terminate rows.

       -q QUOTING, --quoting=QUOTING
           It can take on any of the following module constants: 0 = QUOTE_MINIMAL means only
           when required, for example, when a field contains either the quotechar or the
           delimiter. 1 = QUOTE_ALL means that quotes are always placed around fields. 2 =
           QUOTE_NONNUMERIC means that quotes are always placed around fields which do not parse
           as integers or floating point numbers. 3 = QUOTE_NONE means that quotes are never
           placed around fields. It defaults is QUOTE_MINIMAL.

       -e ESCAPECHAR, --escapechar=ESCAPECHAR
           Specifies a one-character string used to escape the delimiter when quoting is set to

       -r QUOTECHAR, --quotechar=QUOTECHAR
           Specifies a one-character string to use as the quoting character. It defaults to ".


           csv2ods -i /etc/passwd -o accounts.odt -d:


       Agustin Henze <agustinhenze at>
           Original author of