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eletrofone
New Contributor
Good morning everyone!

I spent the last weeks dedicating myself to the 100% theoretical subjects of the course.
I managed to take some time to resume learning kdb + and q.

Can someone help me?
I looked for the file below to follow the examples and couldn't find it:
"https://code.kx.com/download/data/example.csv"

(the link is on the page https://code.kx.com/q/learn/tour/)

I thank the attention!
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williamlowe65
New Contributor

Hi,

It appears that file doesn't exist anymore.

I would suggest creating your own csv file. This can be done fairly easily, following the example below:

price,size,id
100,50,3454
223,43,2341
433,20,3554
125,30,3454 

Where the first row is your headers, and the remaining rows are the values, separated by a comma (or another delimiter of your choice).

- Will

SJT
Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor
Apologies: that file fell off the server. Back now.

Stephen


Stephen Taylor | Librarian | Kx | +44 7713 400852 | stephen@kx.com


eletrofone
New Contributor
Stephen,
Thanks for listening!

Em sexta-feira, 6 de novembro de 2020 às 05:56:24 UTC-3, ste...@kx.com escreveu:
Apologies: that file fell off the server. Back now.

Stephen


Stephen Taylor | Librarian | Kx | +44 7713 400852 | ste...@kx.com


eletrofone
New Contributor
Stephen,
I just downloaded the file.
I will continue my studies by executing the commands presented on the website.

Thank you!

Em sexta-feira, 6 de novembro de 2020 às 05:56:24 UTC-3, ste...@kx.com escreveu:
Apologies: that file fell off the server. Back now.

Stephen


Stephen Taylor | Librarian | Kx | +44 7713 400852 | ste...@kx.com


good morning everyone!
Thank you Will.

I saw some lines from the file that appeared on the site and simulated others lines.

Thanks for the tip.

Em quinta-feira, 5 de novembro de 2020 às 13:46:29 UTC-3, willia...@gmail.com escreveu:

Hi,

It appears that file doesn't exist anymore.

I would suggest creating your own csv file. This can be done fairly easily, following the example below:

price,size,id
100,50,3454
223,43,2341
433,20,3554
125,30,3454 

Where the first row is your headers, and the remaining rows are the values, separated by a comma (or another delimiter of your choice).

- Will