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Hello everyone, this simple component extract data to CSV. The main difference with others is the ability to format each column using Yii::app()->format functions in a very similar way as CGridView does.

1. **This component can output the result directly to your browser as a downloadble CSV**, so use the input arguments to provide a filename, if not, the output will be returned as a string.

2. **The input argument to be converted to CSV must be any array of CModel objects**, or any indexed array like $ar['key1'],$ar['key2']. You can pass an CActiveRecord array to this component too.
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Version: 1.1
Category: How-tos
Tags: csv, excel, export
Written by: bluyell
Last updated by: bluyell
Created on: Oct 10, 2012
Last updated: 5 years ago
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