If you're not interested in pretty formatting, just consider a CSV format instead. It's plain text, it can be generated and parsed very simply in Perl. See Text::CSV among other modules. Also, you can see it and edit it in Notepad or Emacs or whatever. Excel reads and writes CSV files just fine.

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In reply to Re: Excel in Perl by halley
in thread Excel in Perl by chuck_norris

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