How to exchange two columns in a table?
janina at rednote.net
Sat Jan 6 18:07:05 UTC 2007
coscell at mail.batol.net writes:
> Thank you! It's just a tab-delimited text file.
So, that means you could use vim. Look at:
> On Sat, 6 Jan 2007, Tim Chase wrote:
> >I think you'll have to provide a few more details:
> >1) where is the table? In a spreadsheet? In a database? In a text-file?
> >2) If it's a spreadsheet or database, what flavor? (Gnumeric? Siag? SC?
> >Oleo? OpenOffice.org? KOffice? MySQL? PostgreSQL?
> > SQLite? etc)
> >3) If it's just a text file, how are columns determined? Is it a CSV
> >file? (and if so, how is character escaping/quoting done?) Is it a
> >tab-delimited file? Are the columns positional? (i.e. columns 1 through
> >10 are the first field, 11 through 15 are the next, etc)
> >With the extra details, it should be pretty easy to find a solution.
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