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Inject CSV lines into HTML files -where am i going wrong?

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Guys, what am i doing wrong here?
I have a huge CSV file , its not delimited properly, but what i want to do is to inject each from it to an HTML file with a random name.
the script below creates one one file, properly, but loops on it (over writing it) insted of creating multiple files per line.
Can you help?

$a = Get-Content .\BigCSVFILE.csv 
$1 = get-date -f yyyy-MM-dd-hh-mm-ss
$2 = ".html"
$random = -join(48..57+65..90+97..122 | ForEach-Object {[char]$_} | Get-Random -Count 6)
foreach ($i in $a) {echo $i > $1$random$2}

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Rainer Jeschor earned 2000 total points
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Hi,
as far as I understand the issue is that the $random variable is initialized only once. What I do not understand is your requirement: do you just need a random file name?
Because you initialize everything outside the loop and therefore the file name is static.
If you switch your code to this
$a = Get-Content .\BigCSVFILE.csv
$1 = get-date -f yyyy-MM-dd-hh-mm-ss
$2 = ".html"
foreach ($i in $a) {
$random = -join(48..57+65..90+97..122 | ForEach-Object {[char]$_} | Get-Random -Count 6)
echo $i > $1$random$2
}

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it will work.
HTH
Rainer
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