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Full docs here:

One catch: how this works has changed in recent SQLite versions:

  • 2020-12-01 (3.34.0) - "Table name quoting works correctly for the .import dot-command"
  • 2020-05-22 (3.32.0) - "Add options to the .import command: --csv, --ascii, --skip"
  • 2017-08-01 (3.20.0) - " The ".import" command ignores an initial UTF-8 BOM."

The "skip" feature is particularly important to understand. says:

There are two cases to consider: (1) Table "tab1" does not previously exist and (2) table "tab1" does already exist.

In the first case, when the table does not previously exist, the table is automatically created and the content of the first row of the input CSV file is used to determine the name of all the columns in the table. In other words, if the table does not previously exist, the first row of the CSV file is interpreted to be column names and the actual data starts on the second row of the CSV file.

For the second case, when the table already exists, every row of the CSV file, including the first row, is assumed to be actual content. If the CSV file contains an initial row of column labels, you can cause the .import command to skip that initial row using the "--skip 1" option.

But the --skip 1 option is only available in 3.32.0 and higher.

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