kandi X-RAY | excelize Summary
kandi X-RAY | excelize Summary
Excelize is a library written in pure Go providing a set of functions that allow you to write to and read from XLSX / XLSM / XLTM / XLTX files. Supports reading and writing spreadsheet documents generated by Microsoft Excel 2007 and later. Supports complex components by high compatibility, and provided streaming API for generating or reading data from a worksheet with huge amounts of data. This library needs Go version 1.15 or later. The full API docs can be seen using go's built-in documentation tool, or online at go.dev and docs reference.
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github.com/xuri/excelize/v2 to process the excel file.
I append many sheets in many excel files into one sheet in one excel.
Below is the sample code....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-16 at 02:36
From the manual
I have some go code that opens a spreadsheet and for each row, uses a lanid in the row to lookup some data. I would like to add this derived data as two new columns in the sheet.
Opening the sheet and looping over all the rows works fine. I just can't figure out how to add the new columns. Any suggestions welcome.
The code below throws an error of
panic: runtime error: index out of range  with length 7
like the columns haven't been added....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-26 at 13:42
You can set it by
This is the example.
I get an error when using a formula like this
[file.SetCellFormula(sheetName, "A6", "=IF(C6<>\"\";IF(OR((F6-E6)>0;G6<>\"\";J6>0);\"O\";\"X\");\"\")")], I'm sure the formula is correct, I have copied this formula from a working excel file
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-14 at 15:26
Try replacing those semicolons (;) by commas (,).
(As a general idea, always use the US standards, not your local one)
I am building an app with Go. It is to create a ruby file from an excel file.
If there is a value in the xx, I want to put it in the data, and if it is blank, I want to skip the process. However, if I put nil as shown below, I get an error....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-14 at 06:24
rows, err := excel_file.GetRows("Test")
I have a column in excel sheet with random numbers generated from 1 to 1 million.
I would like to read this particular column and store in an array in golang.
Later, i would like to pass this array as my request to my load balancer which will read the values in my column and do the load balancing accordingly.
I am using "github.com/360EntSecGroupSkylar/excelize" for creating an excel file
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-23 at 10:51
Now I assume that all the other things such as creating, reading, etc. are out of the scope of this question and you have a struct
file that has the current excel file.
In this case, you can try following:
I have this API written in Go that creates an .xlsx file, using excelize, from fetched data from DB that I want to upload to private GCS bucket. But the problem is after I uploaded the file, it says that the file type is
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-06 at 10:12
You can use the ObjectHandle.Update function
I got success to write code to submit html form data as single excel row. But in my html form I want to submit multiple data which should be appended in single cell of excel but second part of data should start with new line in the same cell. Just like (ALT + Enter Operation). My html code is as below.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-13 at 23:58
If I am reading your query correctly I believe you are asking how to add a new line of text into an excel cell (you would use ALT+Enter to do this in the Excel application). Where the data comes from does not appear to be relevant to your question.
In Excel (on Windows) multiple lines in a cell are split by a line feed (char 0xA, or
\n in go). However there is a slight complication in that Excel automatically sets the cell to "wrap" when you add a line break (if you don't do this the line break is there but not displayed).
Here is an example of how this can be implemented in Go; each time you run the application it will add a new line to cell A1. Note that I am not changing the cell height so you will need to do that to make the extra lines visible:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-16 at 01:00
You can use
f.WorkBook.Sheets.Sheet.Name to get the name of the first sheet, where
f is an
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