To make it easier to read and write into CSV files, we can specify the formatting parameters that are a part of the
Dialect class of the
csv module. Here, we look at some of the dialects available and learn how to write our own.
For this recipe, we will use the same
csv module that is present in the default installation of Python, so there is no need to install anything explicitly.
Dialect.delimeter: We used this in the previous recipe where we changed the way the contents are written in the row of a CSV file. It is used to separate two fields.
Dialect.lineterminator: This is used to signify the termination ...