Very quick post (more so I don’t forget how to do this!)
Had a CSV file which I knew had a lot of rows!….. more than excel could handle to open, so I wanted to know the exact number, but without opening.
PowerShell to the rescue:
$lines = 0 $fileReader = New-Object IO.StreamReader...
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