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convert .CSV to utf 8 format

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Hi, I want to conver .CSV file to utf 8 format..Thanks in advance
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See the man page for iconv
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Thanks..Can I give
 iconv  -t UTF-8 filename.CSV > filename.utf ? or is the -f option mandatory?


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You must at least one of the -f or -t, so yes that should work.
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Thanks for your quick response
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