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Why the standard CSV library author deserves our hugs and thank yous

Hello, I’ve written a new episode in the why the csv standard library is broken, broken, broken (and how to fix it). It’s a new introduction to the series titled “I apologize - Sorry, Sorry, Sorry.” to clarify that I am in no way blaming the author (really I’m blaming YOU :-), that is, all the free-loaders waiting for a miracle. The author or the authors of the standard CSV library deserve our hugs and thank yous for the great work and many hours (for sure many unpaid and volunteered) put into the CSV library. We are all standing on the shoulders of giants. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Cheers. Prost.

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