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Using python, i am writing data from a list to a .csv file, row-wise.
writer=csv.writer(open(filepath,'wb')) header=['type','id','numberOfUpdates','isPingEnabled','lastUpdated'] length_list=len(header) i=0 while i!=length_list : data=header[i] print data i=i+1 writer.writerow(data)
Result: Data is being written to csv file but each letter is printed in each column.
For example: type is written as ‘t’ in one column, ‘y’ in next column and so on.
I need the whole word in one column. Can some one point out what change can i make?
.writerow takes an iterable and uses each element of that iterable for each column. If you use a list with only one element it will be placed in a single column.
You should also restructure your loop:
for word in header: writer.writerow([word])
This work for me:
for item in RESULTS: wr.writerow([item,])