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It's likely for your particular data, the correct type of "delimiter" to use to merge everything into one column would be "\0" (backslash zero, without quotes) which tells the parser to use no delimiter and simply write everything to one column.
With \0, each line will be put in a separate row of data. Make sure your setting for field length is long enough to accommodate at minimum the largest line of text in your file to avoid truncation. If you also want everything in a single cell, you can use a Summarize tool to bring items back together before parsing and concatenating (you can use \n as a delimiter for a new line inside the row) as a v_string or v_wstring, though depending on how large your file is, this may not be possible due to max string lengths and generally I don't find it necessary for this type of processing as typically you would want each row in your file in a separate line.
Mike Spoula Solutions Architect - Services Alteryx