Your txt file has a ';' right at the end in the first row. By the looks your txt file has 'first row as coloum names'. The last ';' is translated as a column in your data transfer process. And that adds an extra column in your DB table.
So all you need to do is remove the last ';' in the first row of your txt file.
The NULL row is the SQL place holder so you dont have to worry about that, its there by default.
The blank row is again because you have a blank row in your txt file. Please check your txt file.
you may have accedently clicked 'ENter' after the last row. and that adds an extra blank line in your DB table.
So just check your txt file and delete everything after the last digit in the last row.
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