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Determines type of file - mostly using csv.Sniffer()
Populates public variables:
  - format_type
  - csv_quoting
  - dialect
  - record_cnt

src/d/a/DataGristle-HEAD/gristle/tests/test_file_type.py   DataGristle(Download)
                                                 self.quoting, self.record_cnt)
        # run FileTyper without csv dialect info:
        self.MyTest        = mod.FileTyper(self.test1_fqfn)
        self.MyTest.analyze_file()
 
        self.test1_fqfn = generate_test_file1(self.delimiter, self.quoting, 
                          self.record_cnt)
        self.MyTest     = mod.FileTyper(self.test1_fqfn, None, None, None)
        self.MyTest.analyze_file()
 
        self.test1_fqfn = generate_test_file1(self.delimiter, self.quoting, 
                          self.record_cnt)
        self.MyTest     = mod.FileTyper(self.test1_fqfn, None, None, None)
        self.MyTest.analyze_file()
 

src/d/a/datagristle-0.56/gristle/tests/test_file_type.py   datagristle(Download)
                                                 self.quoting, self.record_cnt)
        # run FileTyper without csv dialect info:
        self.MyTest        = mod.FileTyper(self.test1_fqfn)
        self.MyTest.analyze_file()
 
        self.test1_fqfn = generate_test_file1(self.delimiter, self.quoting, 
                          self.record_cnt)
        self.MyTest     = mod.FileTyper(self.test1_fqfn, None, None, None)
        self.MyTest.analyze_file()
 
        self.test1_fqfn = generate_test_file1(self.delimiter, self.quoting, 
                          self.record_cnt)
        self.MyTest     = mod.FileTyper(self.test1_fqfn, None, None, None)
        self.MyTest.analyze_file()