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Regex can parse any regular language, and cannot parse fancy things like recursive grammars. But CSV seems to be pretty regular, so parseable with a regex. Let's work from definition: allowed are … : <unquoted-value>|<quoted-value> A single CSV line is regular: <value>(,<value>)* A sequence of lines separated by \n is also obviously regular. I did not meticulously test each of these expressions, and …
answered Sep 27 '12 by 9000