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Will handle pretty much all types of CSV Files.
The ^M character is typed on the command line using Ctrl-V Ctrl-M and can be replaced with any character that does not appear inside the CSV.
Tips for simpler CSV files:
* If newlines are not placed within a csv cell then you can replace `map(repr, r)` with r
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Splits the input based on commas and prints it in a nice column format. This would not work for CSV rows that have "," between quotes or with newline characters. Use only simple simple csv files.
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