[QUOTE=JohnnySix] I read through all pages, and I couldn't find any reference, if I've repeated a previous question apologies!
I just have one question though, can you look up rows/columns without using strings as headers for row/columns?
I did try, but I got an error saying it requires a string not an integer - so was wondering if there was a different action perhaps?
I might be dumb but I have the same problem, how to get a specific cell without using headers, like in an array?
I did try CSV.At("1", "1") but of course I get:
[CSV] Expression:At - Can not find col index '1' in table.
Because after sorting rows by col, you don't know which row will be first, I'd like to get just the first cell of second row after a sort.