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#!/usr/local/bin/perl use Tk; # Main Window my $mw = new MainWindow; $mw->Frame(-background => 'red')->pack(-ipadx =>50, -side => "left", - +fill => "y"); #Making a text area my $txt = $mw -> Scrolled('Text',-width => 150, height => 40, -scrollb +ars=>'e', -font => "fixed 8 bold" ) -> pack (); $txt->insert('end', ""); #Declare that there is a menu my $mbar = $mw -> Menu(); $mw -> configure(-menu => $mbar); #The Main Buttons my $file = $mbar -> cascade(-label=>"File", -underline=>0, -tearoff => + 0); my $open = $mbar -> cascade(-label=>"Open", -underline=>0, -tearoff => + 0); my $tool= $mbar -> cascade(-label =>"Tools", -underline=>0, -tearoff = +> 0); my $parser = $mbar -> cascade(-label =>"RL ", -underline=>0, -tearoff +=> 0); my $help = $mbar -> cascade(-label =>"Help", -underline=>0, -tearoff = +> 0); ## File Menu ## $file -> command(-label => "Home", -underline=>0, -command=> \&home ); $file -> command(-label => "Check ", -underline=>0, -command=> \&define ); $file -> checkbutton(-label =>"faults", -underline => 0, -command => \&faults); $file -> separator(); $file -> command(-label =>"Exit", -underline => 1, -command => sub { exit } ); ##Open Menu## $open->command( -label => 'Open', -underline => 0, -command => \&f_ope +n ); $open->command( -label => 'Save', -underline => 0, -command => \&f_sav +e ); $open->separator; $open->command( -label => 'Exit', -underline => 1, -command => sub{ +exit} ); ## Tools Menu ## $tool -> command(-label => "Ne", -underline=>0, -command=> \&nwplan ); $tool -> command(-label => " ", -underline=>0, -command=> \&optimize ); $tool -> separator(); ## Parse Menu ## $parser -> command(-label => "P", -underline=>0, -command=> \&parse ); ## Help Menu ## $help -> command(-label => "About", -underline=>0, -command=> \&help ); MainLoop; sub help { my ($opt) = @_; $mw->messageBox(-message=>"This function is not available yet"); } Mainloop; sub f_open { my $filename = $mw->getOpenFile( -title => 'Open File:', -defaultextension => '.xls', -initialdir => '.' ); warn "Opened $filename\n"; open(MYFILE,$filename); # Text::Iconv is not really required. # This can be any object with the convert method. Or nothing. use Spreadsheet::ParseExcel; my $parser = Spreadsheet::ParseExcel->new(); my $workbook = $parser->parse($filename); if ( !defined $workbook ) { die $parser->error(), ".\n"; } for my $worksheet ( $workbook->worksheet(1) ) { my ( $row_min, $row_max ) = $worksheet->row_range(); my ( $col_min, $col_max ) = $worksheet->col_range(); for my $row ( $row_min .. 20 ) { for my $col ( $col_min .. $col_max ) { my $cell = $worksheet->get_cell( $row, $col ); next unless $cell; print "Row, Col = ($row, $col)\n"; print "Value = ", $cell->value(), "\n"; print "\n"; $txt->insert('end',"$row:$col----$worksheet->{Cells +}[$row][$col]->{Val}\n"); } } } }
Another thing i noticed is that this script seems to run fine on smaller files (worksheets with less rows) .... It displays all data in text area as i expect but acts weirdly for larger files

In reply to Re^4: Excel Text parsing problem by reaper9187
in thread Excel Text parsing problem by reaper9187

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