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Hi @Aldona_S, you can try to read the file using as delimiter \0, then remove the indesired lines, using a text to column to split the fields, dynamic rename to give the name of the header and select to deselect fields that are not necessary. Attached an example, I hope it helps
I couldn't figure out how to fix this in Alteryx, but the issue is because at the beginning of a parsed cell (after you have split your txt file) you have a hash (#) and because the end of the cell doesn't have the hash, Alteryx is giving you an error.
I just found the # and deleted it in my input txt file and it resolved the issue.