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<?php


# include parseCSV class.
require_once('../parsecsv.lib.php');


# create new parseCSV object.
$csv = new parseCSV();


# if sorting is enabled, the whole CSV file
# will be processed and sorted and then rows
# are extracted based on offset and limit.
#
# if sorting is not enabled, then the least
# amount of rows to satisfy offset and limit
# settings will be processed. this is useful
# with large files when you only need the
# first 20 rows for example.
$csv->sort_by = 'title';


# offset from the beginning of the file,
# ignoring the first X number of rows.
$csv->offset = 2;

# limit the number of returned rows.
$csv->limit = 3;


# Parse '_books.csv' using automatic delimiter detection.
$csv->auto('_books.csv');


# Output result.
// print_r($csv->data);


?>
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<style type="text/css" media="screen">
	table { background-color: #BBB; }
	th { background-color: #EEE; }
	td { background-color: #FFF; }
</style>
<table border="0" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3">
	<tr>
		<?php foreach ($csv->titles as $value): ?>
		<th><?php echo $value; ?></th>
		<?php endforeach; ?>
	</tr>
	<?php foreach ($csv->data as $key => $row): ?>
	<tr>
		<?php foreach ($row as $value): ?>
		<td><?php echo $value; ?></td>
		<?php endforeach; ?>
	</tr>
	<?php endforeach; ?>
</table>
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