CSV to XML


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How to convert a CSV to a XML file ?

  1. Choose the CSV file that you want to convert.
  2. Select XML as the the format you want to convert your CSV file to.
  3. Tell Zamzar where you want to receive your converted XML file.
  4. Click "Convert" to convert your CSV file.

Zamzar Pro Tip: You can open CSV files with any text editor as well as Microsoft Excel or Numbers on a Mac.


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File extension.csv
CategoryDocument File
DescriptionA CSV file is a way to collect the data from any table so that it can be conveyed as input to another table-oriented application such as a relational database application. Microsoft Excel, a leading spreadsheet or relational database application, can read CSV files. A CSV file is sometimes referred to as a flat file.
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Technical DetailsIn computers, a CSV file contains the different values in a table as a series of ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) text lines which are then organised so that each column value is separated by a comma from the next columns value and each row starts a new line. CSV is one example of a delimited text file, which uses a comma to separate values (many other implementations of CSV allow different seperators such as back or forward slash to be used). However CSV differs from other delimiter separated file formats in using a double quote character around fields that contain reserved characters (such as commas or newlines). The benefit of this approach is that it allows the transfer of data across different applications.
Associated programs The CSV file format is very simple and supported by almost all spreadsheets and database management systems
Developed by Microsoft
MIME type  text/comma-separated-values
Useful links More detailed information on CSV files
How to use CSV files
Programs that open CSV files
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Using Zamzar it is possible to convert CSV files to a variety of other formats:

csv to doc (Microsoft Word Document)
csv to html (Hypertext Markup Language)
csv to mdb (Microsoft Access Database)
csv to ods (OpenDocument spreadsheet)
csv to pdf (Portable Document Format)
csv to rtf (Rich Text Format)
csv to xls (Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet)
csv to xml (Extensible Markup Language)

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File extension.xml
CategoryDocument File
DescriptionXML is a file type containing a markup language. This is readable by both a human user and an application. Designed to be a store data, rather than display data, it is a platform independent language and allows users to define their own tags. Its portability and vendor independence have made this a hugely popular file format, particularly online. XML allows structure to be given to data which allows other applications to interpret and process the data within an XML file. XML is considered as important to the web as HTML.
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Technical DetailsAll .XML files contain a basic structure within which users can define their own tags. Each file starts with what is called the XML declaration. This defines the version and encoding within the file itself. The file must then define a root element, also known as the parent element. The root element then has child element(s). All tags in an XML file must have a corresponding closing tag. XML files can contain comments, entity references and attributes. Applications can then be developed to extract the values within a file and represent them as desired.
Associated programs Chrome
Firefox
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Microsoft Office InfoPath
Notepad
Oxygen XML Editor
Safari
Developed by World Wide Web Consortium
MIME type  application/xml
application/x-xml
text/xml
Useful links More information on XML
XML Tutorials from W3Schools
Official documentation from W3C
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