Welcome to rows documentation!
No matter in which format your tabular data is:
rows will import it,
automatically detect types and give you high-level Python objects so you can
start working with the data instead of trying to parse it. It is also
locale-and-unicode aware. :)
Have you ever lost your precious time reading a CSV that had a different
dialect? Or trying to learn a whole new library API to read a new tabular data
format your customer just sent? You've got gray hair when trying to access
some data and the only answer was
rows was custom made for you - run
pip install rows and be happy! :-)
The library is officialy supported on Python versions 2.7, 3.5 and 3.6 (but may work on other versions too).