Ermmm... actually it was done from Firefox to OpenOffice Calc, on
Ubuntu.. :-) I just mentioned Excel so you could get the idea... glad I
could help, though :-)
Em 03-10-2012 23:21, Daevid Vincent escreveu:
> HA! No $hit! Well isn't that clever. I didn't know that you can highlight a
> table like that, and paste it into Excel. That darn Microsoft -- they think
> of everything! :) Thanks for the tip.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Nuno Tavares [mailto:nuno.tavares@stripped]
>> Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2012 3:10 PM
>> To: mysql@stripped
>> Subject: Re: need list of country ISO code to demonyms
>> I don't have it, sorry.
>> But it took me 10 seconds to copy & paste it to an Excel, so I could
>> save it as CSV and import it directly to MySQL. Further on, it'd be as
>> simples as JOIN by name with a table with ISO-to-country-names, which
>> you can fetch in hundreds of places, such as Wikipedia.
>> Em 03-10-2012 22:22, Daevid Vincent escreveu:
>>> Anyone have a SQL dump or other programmatically useable map of country
>>> codes to demonyms?
>>> I can parse the strings I suppose there, but that's not quite as
>>> and ripping that out of the HTML page to parse seems painful too.
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