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Well, for more detail about my request:
-Columns order had no particular importance on the csv file that i'm expecting.
-Per "RightAccess", yes i do mean owner, group and global name and file permission for each of them.
-The output must output only files, no blank line or extra header nor footer.
Note that for a general solution the file name could contain commas and/or quote marks, and you need to handle them properly in the CSV file. The overall file name needs to be quoted, and any embedded quote marks need to be doubled. For file name
I didn't see anything in the above solutions that would take care of that. Also, CSV has no recognized way to handle embedded newline characters in a field. Fortunately those are rare in file names, but your script should check for and warn about that.