I want to know how can I change the delimiter on a result file generate by outputcsv commands ?
I want to use ";" as delimiter instead of ",".
You do not have that option on export. You will have to post-process it somehow.
If you work on Linux there are a number of command line options which could help. Depending on whether you have any embedded commas a simple edit with global replace, or
awk script would suffice. Or load into a spreadsheet tool (be that Libreoffice or MS Excel, etc) and re-export.
After cursory investigation, it appears that the python CSV module has parameters for delimiters, etc. but the export dialogue makes no allowance for using them.
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