agnes handle all the nasty quirks and edge cases (embedded delimiters, qualifiers, nulls and so on).
I wrote a bunch of unit tests to go with it, so you can tell exactly what it does with each weird bit of input you can throw at it.
You can download it from agnes.codeplex.com
This was a particularly fun little bus project, and what I like best about agnes is the content you get when you download her.
The readme file has executable examples, that work by having a chunk of code displayed in a div, which is the exact code that is grabbed and executed when you click 'Try it'.
I like the unit tests that come with it, and the little unit test runner. I could've gone really overboard with it, but I stopped myself before it went too far.
And I like the sample that performs Csv to Json conversion, back and forth, back and forth. My favourite part of that is using html entities in the button titles, for left and right arrows.
Now that I've got
agnes out of the way, hopefully I can focus on my new bilion dollar idea, youmustget.com
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