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Re: Excel 2007 Support

by Anonymous Monk
on Dec 09, 2010 at 13:38 UTC ( #876250=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Excel 2007 Support
in thread Writing Excel spreadsheets with Perl

Hi, the above information was very use full to me.I did a project where i need to generate a excel file. I used spreadsheet::WriteExcel, I am able to see complete data in the output file in Excel2002 version. Where as the client had MSExcel2007 for him, he was getting an error 'data lost'. And he is not able to see the complete data. After reading this I found that I should use Win32::OLE. I will go for this. I had a bad experience with the Microsoft products. No compatibility between different versions.

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[Corion]: I've also found some interesting invariants that I have to think/write about more. A simple rate limiter will never change the order of the input, while a limiter that allows for parallel execution will change the order. But my API currently allows for bo
[Corion]: ... for both, and I'm not sure if I want to add the cruft from the parallel API (a token that you need to hold on to while you hold the lock) to the rate limiting API too, to allow seamless up/downgrades, or not.
[Corion]: Also, rate limiting will look great with await: my $token = await $limiter-> limit($hostname); instead of my $f = $limiter->limit( $hostname )->then(sub { my( $token)=@_; ... });

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