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The operation and maintenance of websites or web services can’t do without checking and analyzing the server logs. For this, many webmasters or administrators may have the very powerful and professional log analyzing tool from Microsoft – logparser (AKA: Log Parser, Microsoft Logparser) in mind. But Microsoft Logparser’s command line interface can be a daunting challenge for many non-professional managers. Thereupon, some enhanced GUI tools for Microsoft Logparser such like Visual Log Parser GUI, Log Parser Lizard appeared.
Continue reading [v7.7] Log Parser Lizard – Best GUI for Microsoft Logparser
CSV (short for Comma Separated Values) is a plain text file format that uses comma, Tab or other delimiters to separate the file content. It’s very common to use a .csv file to store the tabular data. For example, a lot of small programs use the CSV file to keep their configuration and data. In general, the most convenient way to view and edit a CSV file is really to use Microsoft Excel. However, it has a disadvantage – the edited and saved CSV file format is not UTF-8 by default. And, most of other third-party CSV editors do not support UTF-8 format well either.
Continue reading [v2018.03.29] Ron’s Editor – Ultimate CSV file viewer & editor
The full name of CSV is Comma Separated Values, and this format of file stores the table data in plain text (only contains numbers and letters). Most of the data file processing software (such as Microsoft Excel) can import/export and edit this file format.
Continue reading CSVed – Easy and powerful CSV file editor and converter
Sometimes because of work or other things we may need to convert the regular CSV (Comma Separated Value) format of files into Excel or other proprietary formats. In this case, I recommend you a very handy, powerful and popular CSV file editing/modifying application CSV Buddy, which is specially developed for processing large CSV files in batch.
Continue reading CSV Buddy – Tiny CSV file viewer, editor and converter