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Manual Reference Pages  -  SPREADSHEET::XLSX::UTILITY2007 (3)

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NAME

Spreadsheet::XLSX::Utility2007 - Utility function for Spreadsheet::XLSX

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



    use strict;
    #Declare
    use Spreadsheet::XLSX::Utility qw(ExcelFmt ExcelLocaltime LocaltimeExcel);
   
    #Convert localtime ->Excel Time
    my $iBirth = LocaltimeExcel(11, 10, 12, 23, 2, 64);
                               # = 1964-3-23 12:10:11
    print $iBirth, "\n";       # 23459.5070717593
   
    #Convert Excel Time -> localtime
    my @aBirth = ExcelLocaltime($iBirth, undef);
    print join(":", @aBirth), "\n";   # 11:10:12:23:2:64:1:0
   
    #Formatting
    print ExcelFmt(yyyy-mm-dd, $iBirth), "\n"; #1964-3-23
    print ExcelFmt(m-d-yy, $iBirth), "\n";     # 3-23-64
    print ExcelFmt(#,##0, $iBirth), "\n";      # 23,460
    print ExcelFmt(#,##0.00, $iBirth), "\n";   # 23,459.51
    print ExcelFmt("My Birthday is (m/d):" m/d, $iBirth), "\n";
                                      # My Birthday is (m/d): 3/23



DESCRIPTION

Spreadsheet::XLSX::Utility exports utility functions concerned with Excel format setting.

ExcelFmt is used by Spreadsheet::XLSX::Fmt2007.pm which is used by Spreadsheet::XLSX.

Functions

This module can export 3 functions: ExcelFmt, ExcelLocaltime and LocaltimeExcel.

    ExcelFmt

$sTxt = ExcelFmt($sFmt, $iData [, $i1904]);

$sFmt is a format string for Excel. $iData is the target value. If $flg1904 is true, this functions assumes that epoch is 1904. $sTxt is the result.

For more detail and examples, please refer sample/chkFmt.pl in this distribution.

ex.

    ExcelLocaltime

($iSec, $iMin, $iHour, $iDay, $iMon, $iYear, $iwDay, $iMSec) =
ExcelLocaltime($iExTime [, $flg1904]);

ExcelLocaltime converts time information in Excel format into Perl localtime format. $iExTime is a time of Excel. If $flg1904 is true, this functions assumes that epoch is 1904. $iSec, $iMin, $iHour, $iDay, $iMon, $iYear, $iwDay are same as localtime. $iMSec means 1/1,000,000 seconds(ms).

    LocaltimeExcel

$iExTime = LocaltimeExcel($iSec, $iMin, $iHour, $iDay, $iMon, $iYear [,$iMSec] [,$flg1904])

LocaltimeExcel converts time information in Perl localtime format into Excel format . $iSec, $iMin, $iHour, $iDay, $iMon, $iYear are same as localtime.

If $flg1904 is true, this functions assumes that epoch is 1904. $iExTime is a time of Excel.

    col2int

$iInt = col2int($sCol);

converts a excel row letter into an int for use in an array

This function was contributed by Kevin Mulholland.

    int2col

$sCol = int2col($iRow);

convert a column number into column letters NOET: This is quite a brute force coarse method does not manage values over 701 (ZZ)

This function was contributed by Kevin Mulholland.

    sheetRef

($iRow, $iCol) = sheetRef($sStr);

convert an excel letter-number address into a useful array address NOTE: That also Excel uses X-Y notation, we normally use Y-X in arrays $sStr, excel coord (eg. A2).

This function was contributed by Kevin Mulholland.

    xls2csv

$sCsvTxt = xls2csv($sFileName, $sRegion, $iRotate);

convert a chunk of an excel file into csv text chunk $sRegions = sheet-colrow:colrow (ex. ’1-A1:B2’ means ’A1:B2’ for sheet 1) $iRotate = 0 or 1 (output should be rotated or not)

This function was contributed by Kevin Mulholland.

AUTHOR

Rob Polocz rob.polocz@trackvia.com based on work by for Spreadsheet::ParseExcel by Kawai Takanori (Hippo2000) used with permission

SEE ALSO

Spreadsheet::ParseExcel, Spreadsheet::WriteExcel

COPYRIGHT

This module is part of the Spreadsheet::XLSX distribution.
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