It expects a single header row, the column headers in which are used to create property names in the JSON output (_ is substituted for illegal characters). Additionally you must specify the variable name for the entire file as part of your input. You must ensure that there are no examples of separators inside quoted strings within the data.
The optional numbers list is a comma separated list of column numbers whose data is to be treated as numeric.
The optional exclusions list is a comma separated list of column numbers which are to be omitted from the output.
By default a comment,"Created by: <This URL>, <Date>", will be added to the output. This can be edited, or omitted altogether by blanking it.
|Treat all source as data.
|Use this RE
|Convert comments captured by the specified RE and copy existing JS comments. If RE is blank, no conversion occurs but existing JS comments are copied. If RE is a single character, an RE is constructed around it to convert single line comments denoted by the specified character being the leading non-blank character.
|Convert single line comments denoted by a leading ; and copy existing JS comments.
|Convert single line comments denoted by a leading ' and copy existing JS comments.
|Convert multi line markup comments denoted by <!-- --> and copy existing JS comments.
|Convert single line comments denoted by a leading # and copy existing JS comments.
To use this online version, paste your SSV data into the input, set the parameters, click Submit, and copy the resulting JSON output. To download the console script to your PC, <Right-Click> SSV2JSON.js and choose Save As.
|Corrected lack of quoting on property names that causes errors with some parsers.
|v1.1 - Safer Array for() loops if the Array.prototype is altered.