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Rats. You're on to me.

I created a code file called Utilities.cs, added the project's namespace, then added a static class called Utilities. VS bitched and moaned about it without the class declaration, and was quite vexed with me when I tried to include it in the Form file with a using statement. My bad.

Anyway, I'll take your advice to heart, and make more classes if I need other types of functions. For now, I only have the one function, which just strips the quotation marks out of a string variable. That was only necessary because the data source I have quotes every value, including empty ones, then separates them with commas. String.Split() doesn't like that very much, but it works perfectly after I clean the string. Since my source data is all in csv form, I expect that any other functions I need will be related to text handling and belong in the same class, but who knows where this will take me. I still don't know what I want the program to do, just that I know that these daily emails of csv data are doing me no good at all. Once I get them sorted out and stored in SQL Server, I'll figure out what else I want to do with the stuff.

Talk about 'agile' programming... sheesh!
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