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Reading a Delimited File Using ASP.Net and VB.Net


New to .NET? Wondering how to split contents using a delimiter? No problem, this latest article from Ajaykumar shows you just how easy reading the contents of a delimited file can be.

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By: G Ajaykumar
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October 15, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Reading a Delimited File Using ASP.Net and VB.Net
  2. · Usage
  3. · Example Code
  4. · Example Code, Cont'd
  5. · Code Explanation
  6. · Output

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Reading a Delimited File Using ASP.Net and VB.Net - Output
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Your output should look like the following:

Plain Output
History of the world, is the history of few men who had faith in themselves, that faith calls out the divinity, with in, you can do anything you fail only when you do not strive sufficiently to manifest the infinite power, if you have faith in all the three hundred and thirty millions, of your mythological gods and in all the gods which foreign has now and gain faith, in yourselfs,what ever you hink that you will be if you think weak weak, you will be,if you think yourselves strong strong you will ,be free and hope for nothing from any one.

Delimited Output
Split 1) History of the world
Split 2) is the history of few men who had faith in themselves
Split 3) that faith calls out the divinity
Split 4) with in
Split 5) you can do anything you fail only when you do not strive sufficiently to manifest the infinite power
Split 6) if you have faith in all the three hundred and thirty millions
Split 7) of your mythological gods and in all the gods which foreign has now and gain faith
Split 8) in yourselfs
Split 9) what ever you hink that you will be if you think weak weak
Split 10) you will be
Split 11) if you think yourselves strong strong you will
Split 12) be free and hope for nothing from any one.


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