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Tue Jul 5 23:37:07 CEST 2011
What's date_cdr supposed to be?
Is your exception handler doing unusual things with sys.exit?
Did you try to run this? When I try to run it, it fails to compile.
You might want to try opening your output file once and writing to it
repeatedly, then close()ing it after all your writes are completed. Or use
On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 2:25 PM, miguel olivares varela <
klica_sk8 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> i got a csv file that i need to modify and create a new one, i have no
> problem to read mi 'test.cvs' which is the source file but when i try to
> create a new one with the modifications i only got the first row in my
> 'out.csv' file. I think there is somethng wrong in my loop because i can't
> put into the rest.
> this is my an example of source file:
> John;Smith;20110128 105840;33611111111
> Mike;Brown;20110128 105842;33622222222
> James;Ryan;20110128 105850;33633333333
> Barry;Jackson;20110128 105847;33644444444
> [here my code:]
> import sys
> import csv
> import os
> import glob
> import time
> dir_cdr = "/tmp"
> #loop to find files csv in a directory and read thoses files
> for cdr_files_in in glob.glob(os.path.join(dir_cdr, '*.csv') ):
> file_source = open(cdr_files_in, 'r')
> reader = csv.reader(file_source, delimiter=';',
> for data in reader:
> if data:
> firstname = data
> lastname = data
> date_source = data
> phone = data
> #Date to epoch
> timestamp=int(time.mktime(time.strptime(date_cdr, "%Y%m%d %H%M%S")))
> fout = open("out.csv", "w")
> print >>fout, lastname, firstname,
> timestamp, phone
> except csv.Error, e:
> print e
> sys.exit('file %s, line %d: %s' % (file_source,
> reader.line_num, e)
> Smith John 1296208720 33611111111
> Could you help me?
> Best Regards,
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