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excel csv, delete columns "filter" columns by multiple values

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drpatso

Hello,

I have this so far..

#include <Excelwfilt.au3>
$oExcel = _ExcelBookOpen("C:\Users\me\Downloads\report.csv")
Local $sRangeOrRowStart = 1, $iColStart = 4, $iRowEnd = 2500, $iColEnd = 5, $sHorizAlign = "left"
_ExcelRowDelete($oExcel, 1) ;Delete Column 1 and only delete 1 column
_ExcelColumnDelete($oExcel, 2) ;Delete Column 1 and only delete 1 column
_ExcelColumnDelete($oExcel, 3, 2) ;Delete Column 1 and only delete 1 column
_ExcelColumnDelete($oExcel, 3) ;Delete Column 1 and only delete 1 column
_ExcelColumnDelete($oExcel, 4) ;Delete Column 1 and only delete 1 column
_ExcelColumnDelete($oExcel, 5) ;Delete Column 1 and only delete 1 column
_ExcelColumnDelete($oExcel, 6, 5) ;Delete Column 1 and only delete 1 column
_ExcelColumnDelete($oExcel, 7, 5) ;Delete Column 1 and only delete 1 column
_ExcelWriteCell($oExcel, "DAYS", 1,5)
_ExcelWriteCell($oExcel, "LAST COMMUNICATION", 1,4)
_ExcelHorizontalAlignSet($oExcel, $sRangeOrRowStart, $iColStart, $iRowEnd, $iColEnd, $sHorizAlign)
;_ExcelFilter($oExcel,1,2,3,"UNITED STATES")

I need to delete some rows based on column value (like a permanent filter).. also that excelfilter function does not let me filter OUT certain values.. only matched values.... I'm blown away it is this hard, as far as I know a lot of people filter data by CSV on day to day basis...

Would a CSV parser do the trick?? it seemed to me it just changed it from (value,value,value) to ([value],[value]) or something like that. I found one somewhere in the autoit I can't find it anymore ugh... i always do this lol.

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Xenobiologist

You can read your file into an array. Split the lines into another array. Then check the value and react on that.


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Or you could use AutoFilter yourself.


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