I have a Python script that outputs a text file with thousands of random filenames in a comma separated list, all on a single row.
randomFileName1, randomFileName2, randomFileName3, etc.
I want to take each value in the list and put it into its own row in a new CSV file.
randomFileName1 randomFileName2 randomFileName3
I’ve tried some variations of
awk with no success. What’s the best way to move these values into their own rows?
sed 's|, |n|g' file
Or, for a portable alternative,
sed 's|, | |g' file