Compare Multiple Word Documents in Java – Accept or Reject Changes
We already discussed the comparison of two Word documents even if they were password protected. What if, there are more than two files for comparison? In this article, we will look at how to compare multiple Word documents in Java. Further, we will learn how to accept or reject each of the identified changes to get the desired output.
Compare Password Protected Word Documents in Java
We just learned the basic comparison of DOC/DOCX files. What if, the file(s) are locked or password protected? In this article, we will look at how to compare two or more Word documents in Java if they are password protected.
Compare Word Documents in Java
DOC and DOCX are among the most common document formats used to draft official and personal documents. If a document is changed several times or if it has multiple versions, you can easily compare two different versions of that document. For you as a Java programmer, this article discusses how to compare two Word documents and how to highlight the identified differences in Java.
Compare Multiple CSV Files in Java - Accept, Reject or Highlight Changes
In this article, we will learn to compare more than two CSV in Java. Additionally, we will discuss how to compare the password-protected CSV files. Finally, how to accept and reject the found changes within Java application using the document comparison API.
Compare Multiple CSV Files in C# - Accept, Reject or Highlight Changes
Today, in this article, we will further learn to compare more than two CSV using C#. Additionally, we will discuss how to compare the password-protected CSV files. Last but not least, how to accept and reject the found changes using C# within .NET application.
Compare CSV Files using C#
CSV files are vastly used while sharing large data in a compact size. Such data contain comma-separated values which are not really very human readable. However, it is quite easy to manipulate CSV files using editors like Microsoft Excel, OpenOffice Calc, or LibreOffice. There are certain scenarios where we need to compare two large CSV files for their difference. In order to perform this comparison, we do it programmatically. Earlier, we have discussed this [CSV files comparison in Java]. This article covers the basic way how to compare two CSV files using C# within the .NET application.
Compare CSV Files in Java
CSV files data is basically comma-separated values and it is very difficult to read such data in raw format. However, when these files are viewed using any of the well-known editors like Microsoft Excel, OpenOffice Calc, or LibreOffice that support CSV format, it becomes quite easy to manipulate CSV files. Even then, what about if you want to compare two large CSV files for their difference in data? Let’s do it programmatically. This article quickly covers the basic way how to compare two CSV files in Java.
Compare PDF Documents using C# - Highlight, Accept or Reject Changes
Due to the fact that PDF is one of the most in-use formats of the digital world, it is often required to compare two versions of the same document. This article discusses, how to compare two PDF documents and highlight the differences using C#. Further, we will see how to compare password-protected PDF files, accept and reject changes, and also the comparison of more than two PDF files with C# examples.
Compare Word Documents using C#
Word processing documents are the most common way to draft contracts, agreements, papers, and many other official documents. If you need to compare and merge two Word documents, just like the track changes option of Microsoft Word, we can programmatically do it within our .NET applications. In this article, we will discuss how to compare two Word documents and highlight the identified differences using C#. Additionally, we will look at how to compare password-protected documents, accept and reject changes, and compare more than two documents with C# examples.
Image Comparison in Java to Spot the Differences
Worried! What is the difference? Better automate the photo comparison. In this article, we will discuss how to programmatically find differences between two images. After going through this, you will easily compare any images and highlight the identified differences using Java.