Step 1: Install csv-ical Module with PIP
Run the following command in your command line or PowerShell (Windows) or shell or terminal (macOS, Linux, Ubuntu) to install the
pip install csv-ical
In some instances, you need to modify this command a bit to make it work. If you need more assistance installing the library, check out my detailed guide.
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Step 2: Prepare files
Create a new Python code file with the extension
.py or a Jupyter Notebook with the file extension
.ipynb. This creates a Python script or Jupyter Notebook that can run the code in Step 3 to conver the
Now, put the
.ics file to be converted in the same folder as the newly-created Python script.
Use Jupyter Notebook to create a new
Step 3: Convert
This step consists of running the code doing these three things:
- Create and initialize a
- Read the
- Create the CSV object and save it at the specified location
Here’s the full code:
from csv_ical import Convert # Create and initialize a Convert object convert = Convert() convert.CSV_FILE_LOCATION = 'my_file.csv' convert.SAVE_LOCATION = 'my_file.ics' # Read the .ics file convert.read_ical(convert.SAVE_LOCATION) # Create the CSV object and save it at the specified location convert.make_csv() convert.save_csv(convert.CSV_FILE_LOCATION)
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