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Cultured Perl: Reading and writing Excel files with Perl
By Teodor Zlatanov - 2004-09-23 Page:  1 2 3

Resources

  • Read Ted's other Perl articles in the "Cultured Perl" series.

  • ActiveState produces the wonderful ActiveState Perl toolkit and the Komodo development environment.

  • Visit CPAN for all the Perl modules you ever wanted.

  • Gnumeric offers a full GUI interface and import/export capabilities for Excel files.

  • Perl.com offers abundant Perl information and related resources.

  • perldoc.com has Perldoc information online.

  • The Spreadsheet::WriteExcel modules have made it possible to extract data from Excel files on any platform. More information is also available from CPAN.

  • Spreadsheet::ParseExcel works in conjunction with Spreadsheet::WriteExcel. More information is also available from CPAN.

  • "Programming Perl Third Edition" by Larry Wall, Tom Christiansen, and Jon Orwant (O'Reilly & Associates, 2000) is the best guide to Perl today, up-to-date with 5.005 and 5.6.0 now.

  • Learn about IBM's ExcelAccessor Bean Suite Project, which allows you to access the properties of a cell in an Excel workbook.



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