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My personal favourite is HTML::Template you can do something very simple like this (untested):
<table> <TMPL_LOOP NAME=FINANCIALS> <tr> <td><TMPL_VAR NAME=SALES></td> <td><TMPL_VAR NAME=Q1></td> <td><TMPL_VAR NAME=Q2></td> </tr> </TMPL_LOOP> </table> $template->param(FINANCIALS => [ { SALES => "Low Power Components", Q3 => 3000000, Q4 => 4600000 }, { SALES => "Virtual Wire Products", Q3 => 2700000, Q4 => 2300000 }, ] );
Its then relativly easy to loop thru your Excel output and create the array of hashes needed to fill the template.

Then again, there is always Text::Template to use as well.. ;-)

In reply to Re: Printing extracted Excel data into a HTML table by Ryszard
in thread Printing extracted Excel data into a HTML table by Anonymous Monk

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