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ich muss ein VBSkript skript erstellen : Ein Programm (aufrufbar per Kommandozeile) soll die Datei input.txt in output.csv umwandeln.

Wie kann ich das machen?

RE: Umwandlungsskript

Hi Mahmoud,

You will not find many native German speakers in these forums.
To help you, we will also need much, much more information.

What does input.txt look like? What is the delimiter (tab, comma, semicolon?), text qualifier (if any), encoding (Windows 1252? UTF-8? UTF-16?)?
What should output.csv look like (delimiter, text qualifier, encoding?)?

Most important: What have you yourself tried so far?

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RE: Umwandlungsskript

You didn't specify which input you want to umwandeln in which output.
CSV-files are text files like TXT-files, so you can use Scripting.FileSystemObject to handle both types of files.
Maybe look at this example I posted here some years ago https://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=167490...
where the script reads one input CSV file, processes it line-by-line and writes other output CSV file.
IMHO, in your case it could be similar.

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