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    Calling Excel from C program

    How do I use EXCEL to draw a bar graph from a C program

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    Re: Calling Excel from C program

    Hi,

    Can we write a C program to get a particular column values from an EXCEL file and use them as input for another file.
    Eg: I want to retrieve all the values of the 3rd column of an excel file and then use that value for searching in another text file and finally replacing it with "xyz".

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    Faez

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    Re: Calling Excel from C program

    It's been almost 13 years. I'm guessing this isn't a problem any more.

    This may be a new record.

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    Re: Calling Excel from C program

    Quote Originally Posted by faezshingeri View Post
    ... I want to retrieve all the values of the 3rd column of an excel file and then use that value for searching in another text file and finally replacing it with "xyz".
    There is no any "column" in "excel file". There may and may not be "the 3rd column" in some of the sheets of the excel book though.
    Victor Nijegorodov

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    Re: Calling Excel from C program

    Quote Originally Posted by GCDEF View Post
    It's been almost 13 years. I'm guessing this isn't a problem any more.

    This may be a new record.
    We need to start a contest for the oldest message revived inappropriately.

    The 13 years of this one might very well be a winner.

    Mike

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