This node writes out the input data table into a file or to a remote location denoted by an URL. The node
provides many options to customize the output format (see below). But there is no checking done on the
settings, so it is possible to write out the data in a format that makes it impossible to read it in again
(e. g. if you specify no data separator).
Note that if the destination location is a remote URL not all options are available because in general it's not possible to determine whether the remote location exists. In this case it will always be overwritten.
General settings regarding the output file location and formats.
In the Advanced tab, you can specify the character(s) that will be written out between the data items.
In the Quotes tab, you can enter a left and right quotation mark pattern. Also, select a mode, which determines when quotation marks should be placed around the data item. When quotes are used (in every mode other than "never") you must also specify a replacement pattern for the right quote. If it appears in the data item, it must be replaced (so it won't be confused with the actual closing quote).
In the Comment Header tab you can add a comment header to the beginning of the output. Either specify your own comment line(s) or choose from the predefined items. If you check one of the options you must also enter a comment begin and comment end pattern.
In the tab "Number Format" you can define the decimal separator and whether scientific notation should be used.
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