Re: [Clip] using clips with NT-Light
- Hallo Don!
Thanks for the response.
My goal was and is to use an editor supported to create the CSV files and convert to HTML. I now have NoteTab Light with a freely available clip working and doing what I want. The result is much cleaner than a use of
any of the freely available CSV to HTML converters; they all seem to produce redundant code.
Thanks again. Regards, Patrick.
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Datum: Thu, 01 Feb 2007 22:42:29 -0500
Von: "Don - HtmlFixIt.com" <don@...>
Betreff: Re: [Clip] using clips with NT-Light
> forkinpm wrote:--
> > Hallo!
> > I am just beginning and intend to realize the following:
> > 1. Use NoteTab to create Data-Tables as CSV files and store them both
> > in a NoteTab repository as well as export to HTML.
> > To this end I have downloaded a Clip and am trying in vain to use it.
> > The problem seems to be to get the Clip to deal with my file - how to
> > bring them both "to the anvil" and get the table created under HTML.
> > 2. Use the Data-Tables as input to a data management product such as
> > MS-Access or MySql or such.
> > I would like to dialog with any users who have gone down this route. I
> > have material which I have written on the subject which I would be
> > prepared to "trade" for help.
> > Regards, Patrick.
> Hi Patrick,
> I regularly shove delimited data around my machine and the net. You can
> definitely move, control, sort, adjust.
> I use a multi-tool approach. I use excel, (access previously but seldom
> any more), csv edit (someone else pointed out this program) and notetab.
> I also use mysql and phpmyadmin I suppose.
> There are several clips that take delimited stuff to tables. However,
> csv edit will just do it too. I tend to use that more often than
> notetab, but it all depends. Plus if you just have data and it will be
> used on the fly, then why hard code the tables?
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