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vb 2012 reading csv text files

Posted on 2014-03-21
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Hello Experts,
I have these text files extensión CVS (Comma Separated Values)
I need to read them and identify each 'field' in each line.
The thing is the visual basic command LINEINPUT read the whole line

Is there any command to Read each line by fields identifying each field by a comma or any other separator ? also each field is inside quotations and then the comma separator

Regards,
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Works perfect! thank you very much!!
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