The options for a parser.
Whether to return column offsets in the offsets array.
If false, the returned offsets array contains just the row offsets. If true, the returned offsets array contains all column offsets for each column in the rows (i.e., it has nrows*ncols entries). Individual rows will have empty columns added or extra columns merged into the last column if they do not have exactly ncols columns.
The data to parse.
The delimiter to use. Defaults to ','.
Maximum number of rows to parse.
If this is not given, parsing proceeds to the end of the data.
Number of columns in each row to parse.
If this is not given, the ncols defaults to the number of columns in the first row.
The row delimiter to use. Defaults to '\r\n'.
The starting index in the string for processing. Defaults to 0. This index should be the first character of a new row. This must be less than data.length.
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