tpmanc/csvhelper

Helper class for working with CSV files

1.1.1 2016-08-17 09:41 UTC

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Last update: 2021-10-13 10:06:43 UTC


README

Helper class for working with CSV files.

Install via Composer

Run the following command

$ composer require tpmanc/csvhelper "*"

or add

$ "tpmanc/csvhelper": "*"

to the require section of your composer.json file.

File reading

file.csv:

Russia;Moscow;
France;Paris;
Great Gritain;London;
use tpmanc\csvhelper\CsvHelper;

...

CsvHelper::open('files/file.csv')->parse(function($line) {
    echo $line[0] . ': ' . $line[1];
});

Result:

Russia: Moscow
France: Paris
Great Gritain: London

Custom delimiter

file.csv:

Russia|Moscow|
France|Paris|
Great Gritain|London|
use tpmanc\csvhelper\CsvHelper;

...

CsvHelper::open('files/file.csv')->delimiter('|')->parse(function($line) {
    echo $line[0] . ': ' . $line[1];
});

Result:

Russia: Moscow
France: Paris
Great Gritain: London

Change encoding

use tpmanc\csvhelper\CsvHelper;

...

CsvHelper::open('files/file.csv')->encode('cp1251', 'utf-8')->parse(function($line) {
    echo $line[0] . ': ' . $line[1];
});

Offset and limit

file.csv:

Russia;Moscow;
France;Paris;
Great Gritain;London;
use tpmanc\csvhelper\CsvHelper;

...

CsvHelper::open('files/file.csv')->offset(1)->limit(1)->parse(function($line) {
    echo $line[0] . ': ' . $line[1];
});

Result:

France: Paris

Using variables from the parent scope

file.csv:

Russia;Moscow;
France;Paris;
Great Gritain;London;
use tpmanc\csvhelper\CsvHelper;

...

$lineCount = 0;
$array = [];
CsvHelper::open('files/file.csv')->parse(function($line) use(&$lineCount, &$array) {
    $lineCount++;
    $array[] = $line[0];
});
echo $lineCount;
echo $array[0];
echo $array[1];

Result:

3
Russia
France

Create new file

use tpmanc\csvhelper\CsvHelper;

...

$file = CsvHelper::create()->delimiter(';');

$file->encode('cp1251', 'utf-8'); // change encoding
$file->addLine('1.;France;'); // add row to file by string
$file->addLine([
    2,
    'Germany'
]); // add row to file by array

$file->save('./new-file.csv');