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Re: Add Quotation Marks to Data in a file


Hi John,
read the files as text. Add quotes and write the new file:
t=Import["d:/tmp/t.txt","Lines"];
t=StringInsert[#,"\"",{9,14}]& /@ t;
Export["d:/tmp/t1.txt",t,"Lines"];
For more complicated cases, you may use StringReplace instead of 
StringInsert.

Daniel
OHN ERB wrote:
> I have a comma-separated file (CSV) that looks like
>  
> Circle, 6 x 6, 5, 0.23
> Circle, 7 x 7, 5, 0.29
> ...
>  
> How do I add quotation marks around the second element
> so that when I export the data to an CSV file, I get
>  
> Circle, "6 x 6", 5, 0.23
> Circle, "7 x 7", 5, 0.29
> ...
>  
> Thank you
> John C. Erb
> 


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