Thank you for your fast response,
In my experience CSV Child delimiters can be of three kind: Prefix
depending on where row separator is placed.
Let's say <LF> is a row separator:
(almost never used in CSV, newline is placed before writing the row):
(often used in CSV, newline is placed after each row)
(also often used in CSV, newline is only placed between rows)
In my situation i need to feed a system who accept CSV with postfix notation
(and, according to our tests this is the default behavior for CSVWriter but correct me if i'm wrong)
and another system accepts just CSV with infix notation.
So we would like to use KBCsv for both systems but we're unable to find a switch
to choose between behaviors or think a smart workaround to keep using KBCsv in both scenarios.