Manipulating UNIX and sqlite db

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Manipulating UNIX and sqlite db

Hi there,

I have multiple rows of data.
For example:
S/N | Name| Age

I would like to store them into sqlite database after doing some grepping in CSV and output them into console/html format.
Will it be possible?
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Or course it "would be possible".....

Please write your code and show us what you are trying to do "in code" and describe your system details.

(which you have not done).
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