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From:Ralph Graulich Date:August 3 1999 8:14pm
Subject:Re: mysql and excel
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>	Does anyone know of a script or program that will take an excel
> spreedsheet and turn it into a mysql database?  Thanks a lot.

You can save your excel spreadsheets in a tab delimited format file. Both
the excel versions for windows and for the macintosh are capable of doing
this task. When using a macintosh you should use the "recode" command on
unix to get the charsets converted right for directly importing the data

  LOAD DATA INFILE 'tabsep.file' FIELDS TERMINATED BY '\t'  etc. etc...

into mySQL. The correct light for using recode from mac to latin1 charset
would be

  recode macintosh:latin1 mac-tab-sep-file > latin1-tab-sep-file

... Ralph ...

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