Input lines are assumed to be text characters, one row per line, with values separated by commas. Alphabetic strings can be
enclosed in apostrophes (single quotes) or quotation marks (double quotes).
The default delimiter is a comma (,). Strings containing commas must be enclosed in either single or double quotes. If single
or double quotes are used, double the quote character to use it within the string. Optionally, you can use the DELIMITED BY
clause to specify a different delimiter string.
Three other special sequences are also recognized. The two characters \n represent a newline character, \\ represents a single backslash character, and the sequence \xDD, where DD is the hexadecimal representation of a character, represents the character with hexadecimal code DD.