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       csvgrep - manual page for csvgrep 1.0.7


       usage: csvgrep [-h] [-d DELIMITER] [-t] [-q QUOTECHAR] [-u {0,1,2,3}] [-b]

              [-p  ESCAPECHAR] [-z FIELD_SIZE_LIMIT] [-e ENCODING] [-S] [-H] [-K SKIP_LINES] [-v]
              [-l] [--zero] [-V] [-n] [-c COLUMNS] [-m PATTERN] [-r REGEX]  [-f  MATCHFILE]  [-i]
              [-a] [FILE]

       Search CSV files. Like the Unix "grep" command, but for tabular data.

   positional arguments:
       FILE   The CSV file to operate on. If omitted, will accept input as piped data via STDIN.

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -d DELIMITER, --delimiter DELIMITER
              Delimiting character of the input CSV file.

       -t, --tabs
              Specify that the input CSV file is delimited with tabs. Overrides "-d".

       -q QUOTECHAR, --quotechar QUOTECHAR
              Character used to quote strings in the input CSV file.

       -u {0,1,2,3}, --quoting {0,1,2,3}
              Quoting  style  used  in  the input CSV file. 0 = Quote Minimal, 1 = Quote All, 2 =
              Quote Non-numeric, 3 = Quote None.

       -b, --no-doublequote
              Whether or not double quotes are doubled in the input CSV file.

       -p ESCAPECHAR, --escapechar ESCAPECHAR
              Character used to escape the delimiter if --quoting 3 ("Quote None")  is  specified
              and to escape the QUOTECHAR if --no-doublequote is specified.

       -z FIELD_SIZE_LIMIT, --maxfieldsize FIELD_SIZE_LIMIT
              Maximum length of a single field in the input CSV file.

       -e ENCODING, --encoding ENCODING
              Specify the encoding of the input CSV file.

       -S, --skipinitialspace
              Ignore whitespace immediately following the delimiter.

       -H, --no-header-row
              Specify  that  the  input  CSV file has no header row.  Will create default headers

       -K SKIP_LINES, --skip-lines SKIP_LINES
              Specify the number of initial lines to skip before the header row  (e.g.  comments,
              copyright notices, empty rows).

       -v, --verbose
              Print detailed tracebacks when errors occur.

       -l, --linenumbers
              Insert  a  column of line numbers at the front of the output. Useful when piping to
              grep or as a simple primary key.

       --zero When interpreting or displaying column numbers, use zero-based numbering instead of
              the default 1-based numbering.

       -V, --version
              Display version information and exit.

       -n, --names
              Display column names and indices from the input CSV and exit.

       -c COLUMNS, --columns COLUMNS
              A  comma-separated  list  of  column  indices, names or ranges to be searched, e.g.

       -m PATTERN, --match PATTERN
              A string to search for.

       -r REGEX, --regex REGEX
              A regular expression to match.

       -f MATCHFILE, --file MATCHFILE
              A path to a file. For each  row,  if  any  line  in  the  file  (stripped  of  line
              separators) is an exact match of the cell value, the row matches.

       -i, --invert-match
              Select non-matching rows, instead of matching rows.

       -a, --any-match
              Select rows in which any column matches, instead of all columns.


       The  full  documentation  for  csvgrep is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and
       csvgrep programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info csvgrep

       should give you access to the complete manual.