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Comma Separated List to Column - Convert Comma Separated String to Column Online




Use the A2Z tool to convert comma separated list to column

If you have a list of your favorite foods that are separated by commas and you would like to convert the text into columns, then you can do so by removing the commas using the convert comma-separated list to column tool.

What exactly is a comma-separated list?

It is basically a list of sentences with commas separating them. These statements would typically be placed on different lines, but by using commas to separate the statements, you can place them all on the same line. Keep in mind that as each statement is considered, as is shown more than once.

There are five instances where a list should be comma-separated:

  • To combine several statements: a, b, c, and d
  • For horizontal concatenation, place [] inside [a,b,c,d]
  • To create a cell array inside {}, enter {a,b,c,d}
  • For function input arguments and indexing within ()—test(a,b)
  • For function input arguments and indexing within ()—test(a,b)
  • For function output arguments, put [v,d] = eig(a) inside of [].

What advantages does the Comma Separated List to Column tool provide?

  • No additional page loads are necessary, and it is free to use.
  • With live output, you can quickly convert your comma-separated lists without having to click a button—it will update automatically.
  • Simple, quick, and cost-free conversion of an unlimited number of comma-separated lists!

How to use A2Z comma-separated list in the column?

Using our free online tool, you can easily convert a comma-separated list to column. Copy your comma-separated list of data and watch the conversion happen. You can also do the reverse and convert the column into a comma-separated list. Just follow these instructions.

Convert Comma Separated List to Column:

After removing the line breaks, choose how you want the paragraphs to be separated on the right side of the comma separator.

Lowercase list:

The entire list should be written in lowercase. Useful if you need a comma-separated list without capitalization and you have a column with first letters in each row.

Reverse list:

Reverse the list you just entered so that the values are in the opposite order.

Delimiter:

The value by which you want to divide items in your lists is the delimiter. There are several options available, including spaces, commas with spaces after them, and others.

Remove Line Breaks:

If there are any extra line breaks due to blank rows, this setting will remove them.

Remove Paragraph Breaks:

By using two consecutive line breaks as a paragraph break, this setting eliminates paragraph breaks.

Remove Extra Spaces:

Choose this option if you experience any problems with double spaces after removing lines.

Insert your data list into the left text box marked "Add Comma Separated Text" there.

In the right text box marked "Add Column text," you'll see the new column list.

It’s that simple.

You can also convert a column into comma-separated list using this tool. Simply paste your string into the right text box, and the left text box will display your column or list.