Use character(s) as a column separator after the column data.




Use -C to provide a separator before a data column, and -c to provide a separator after a data column.

The default column separator is a comma.


The following example shows how to add a prefix and a suffix to each column entry:

$ tendo -u [USERNAME] -p [PASSWORD] -g [GATEWAY] retail.items . -C{ -c} -o separators

The resulting file looks like the following: