A CSV encoder stream that produces properly escaped CSVs.
A through stream. Write arrays of strings (or JS objects) and you will receive a properly escaped CSV stream out the other end.
var csvWriter =var writer =
writer is a duplex stream -- you can pipe data to it and it will emit a string for each line of the CSV
separator: ','newline: '\n'headers: undefinedsendHeaders: true
headers can be an array of strings to use as the header row. if you don't specify a header row the keys of the first row written to the stream will be used as the header row IF the first row is an object (see the test suite for more details). if the
sendHeaders option is set to false, the headers will be used for ordering the data but will never be written to the stream.
example of auto headers:
var writer =writerwriterwriter// produces: hello,foo,baz\nworld,bar,taco\n
example of specifying headers:
var writer =writerwriterwriter// produces: hello,foo\nworld,bar\n
example of not sending headers:
var writer =writerwriterwriter// produces: world,bar,taco\n
see the test suite for more examples
$ npm install$ npm test
This module also includes a CLI, which you can pipe ndjson to stdin and it will print csv on stdout. You can install it with
npm install -g csv-write-stream.
$ csv-write --helpusage: csv-write [-h] [-v] [--separator SEPARATOR] [--newline NEWLINE][--headers HEADERS [HEADERS ...]] [--no-send-headers]A CSV encoder stream that produces properly escaped CSVs. JSON is read fromSTDIN, formatted to CSV, and written to STDOUT.Optional arguments:-h, --help Show this help message and exit.-v, --version Show program's version number and exit.--separator SEPARATORThe separator character to use. Defaults to ','.--newline NEWLINE The newline character to use. Defaults to $'\n'.--headers HEADERS [HEADERS ...]The list of headers to use. If omitted, the keys ofthe first row written to STDIN will be used--no-send-headers Don't print the header row.
$ cat example.ndjson | csv-write > example.csv