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Multilevel XML to CSV

 
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Hi!
Can anyone pls help me figure ot what wd be the best representation of a multilevel XML file in a CSV file..A multilevel XML can be represented in an Excel file by using multiple sheets and providing the reference..Pls give an example to expalin ur approach. Thanx in advace!
 
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If you already know how to represent XML in an Excel sheet, it should be easy to convert the approach to CSV. Simply use one CSV file for every sheet of your Excel document, and name it appropriately.

I'm curious, though: This sounds like a weird (one might even say wacky) idea. What is the purpose of not using straight XML?
 
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