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I have the following code and I am passing a string example "1011010010" I want to store this string so that each 1 and 0 is in a separate column but I am getting in a separate row instead. What is wrong please?
 
private void csvExport(string s)
 {
     StreamWriter sw = new StreamWriter("C:\\testdata.csv", true);
     sw.WriteLine(s);
    
     sw.Close();
 }
Posted 11-Nov-12 5:28am
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 12-Nov-12 0:12am
   
Why?
--SA
bmw318mt at 12-Nov-12 9:59am
   
so that I can be able to read any range of characters I want
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 12-Nov-12 13:08pm
   
And hence you think that without "separating characters" you won't be able to read it? No, it makes no sense at all.
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Solution 1

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Reading and Writing CSV Files in C#[^]
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