I have a comma deliminated text file (.csv) I have to use in a program. The first two rows in the file are blank. The actual field names (column headers) begin in the 3rd row. What is the best way to delete those first two rows. Is there a way to have the person using the program select the row in which the field titles begin and then delete up to that row and reload the file into the database?
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