The databaseexportcsv statement exports selected records in the current database in CSV format (comma separated) to a text file.
This statement has one parameter:
textfile – path and name of text file, or "" to ask user.
This statement exports selected records in the current database in CSV format (comma separated) to a text file. Only visible (non hidden) fields are included in the export. Here is an example that exports the selected records to a file named Mailing List.txt.
Note: This statement is used by the File>Export>Text (CSV) menu command.
NOTE: Though usually this function outputs data with a comma character in between each exported field, a semicolon (
;) is used instead if the System Preferences Language & Region panel specifies that the numeric decimal point character is set to a comma (as it is for many European countries) instead of a period. For example, in the United States this function will use a comma between each exported field, while in France it will use a semicolon (
;). You can change this setting in the System Preferences Language & Region panel and Panorama will immediately change the export separator character – you don’t have to quit and relaunch Panorama.
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