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To store what ? an ntuple ?
If so, then you have to look / ask to the AIDA implementers to provide a "csv driver" for asii ntuples.
Right now in the OpenScientist AIDA implementation I have a "space separated" ascii output for ntuple. For example for a tuple with 3 columns : 1 2 3 4 5 6 ....
which can be read with various analysis interactive programs (also with some fight) from mathematica.
In fact, you can probably see, to produce suche file and then have some little shell script tool to convert it to a "comma" separated file...
And if a "comma separated" is usefull then I can see to arrange my things...