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    I am looking for the expansion to which the variable or the character string can be

    I am looking for the expansion to which the variable or the character string can be written by Comma Separated Value.
    I can know your conversations because of the translation, and can start talking.
    Therefore, I cannot read the expansion manager.
    Therefore, I rely on you.
    Please teach to me if you know the thing of my hope.

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    Hey and welcome!

    If I understand you correctly, String Tokenizer is the extension you are looking for!

    StringTokenizerSelection.jpg

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    Thank you for teaching.
    However, it seems to be different from the thing that I am requesting.

    Please think that the thing that I am requesting is CSV version of the ini object.

    Still, we wish to express our gratitude for having taught.

    If it is possible.
    Because it is difficult for me
    I want you to teach the way.

    I am putting the original.

    教えてくれてありがとうございます。
    しかし私の求めている物とは違うようです。
    私の求めている物は、iniオブジェクトのCSV版だと考えてください。
    しかし私に教えてくれたあなたに感謝します。
    もし私の言っていることが可能であるならば私にはその方法がわからないので教えてほしい

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    Unfortunately we can hardly understand

    The INI object can save a CSV input
    and then you can parse it with String Tokenizer

    If you want, you can also use simple .TXT files,
    and then load lines and parse them with List Object + String Tokenizer

    Can you try explaining again, or expressing your needs with a visual example (drawing-scheme) or something other...?

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    I found the means to up-load a comprehensible thing now.

    This is the image.

    I put catching in this image.

    Name = Name of variable and character string that can be used as a whole

    Variable = Contents of each variable and character string

    The image is made from the length row.

    However, it does not care even if it is a straight line.

    It looks for enhancing that can be preserved by this writing.

    If this writing can be done, it may not be CSV.

    If it is possible by String Tokenizer

    I want you to teach the way. 0ab7ab75484db6140d43d5fa635646c6.png

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    If your setup is simple enough (few columns and few rows)
    you can use just a "List Object" to make a CSV

    simply add to the List Object all the strings you want to save
    in this format:

    "Name" + "," + "Variable" (or multiple variables delimited by the "," delimiter)

    Each line will be a row in your CSV

    then when done, just save your list:

    on saving event
    ---> (list object) files - save list file - filename.txt

    In this way you'll have a CSV

    If you want to load back the data from the CSV, you will need the String Tokenizer (or String Parser for more advanced features)

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    It is possible by the method said by you.
    However, I want to record from the global variable and the character string.
    It is understood that it is selfish.
    Still, I stick to this way.

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    you can add to the list object from global variable and alterable strings

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    Hi,
    INI object のように CSV files を外部から読み込みたい、ということですか?

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    Mr. schrodinger.
    I understand.
    However, I want to stick to the method of the direct reading even so.

    presterさん。
    読み込みと書きこみと両方になりますが4レス前の画像のように書きこみたい読み込みたいという認識で問題な いです。

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