libxlsxwriter
array_formula.c
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Example of writing array formulas to a worksheet.
/*
* Example of how to use the libxlsxwriter library to write simple
* array formulas.
*
* Copyright 2014-2021, John McNamara, jmcnamara@cpan.org
*
*/
#include "xlsxwriter.h"
int
main() {
/* Create a new workbook and add a worksheet. */
lxw_workbook
*workbook =
workbook_new
(
"array_formula.xlsx"
);
lxw_worksheet
*worksheet =
workbook_add_worksheet
(workbook, NULL);
/* Write some data for the formulas. */
worksheet_write_number
(worksheet, 0, 1, 500, NULL);
worksheet_write_number
(worksheet, 1, 1, 10, NULL);
worksheet_write_number
(worksheet, 4, 1, 1, NULL);
worksheet_write_number
(worksheet, 5, 1, 2, NULL);
worksheet_write_number
(worksheet, 6, 1, 3, NULL);
worksheet_write_number
(worksheet, 0, 2, 300, NULL);
worksheet_write_number
(worksheet, 1, 2, 15, NULL);
worksheet_write_number
(worksheet, 4, 2, 20234, NULL);
worksheet_write_number
(worksheet, 5, 2, 21003, NULL);
worksheet_write_number
(worksheet, 6, 2, 10000, NULL);
/* Write an array formula that returns a single value. */
worksheet_write_array_formula
(worksheet, 0, 0, 0, 0,
"{=SUM(B1:C1*B2:C2)}"
, NULL);
/* Similar to above but using the RANGE macro. */
worksheet_write_array_formula
(worksheet,
RANGE
(
"A2:A2"
),
"{=SUM(B1:C1*B2:C2)}"
, NULL);
/* Write an array formula that returns a range of values. */
worksheet_write_array_formula
(worksheet, 4, 0, 6, 0,
"{=TREND(C5:C7,B5:B7)}"
, NULL);
workbook_close
(workbook);
return
0;
}
workbook_close
lxw_error workbook_close(lxw_workbook *workbook)
Close the Workbook object and write the XLSX file.
worksheet_write_array_formula
lxw_error worksheet_write_array_formula(lxw_worksheet *worksheet, lxw_row_t first_row, lxw_col_t first_col, lxw_row_t last_row, lxw_col_t last_col, const char *formula, lxw_format *format)
Write an array formula to a worksheet cell.
workbook_new
lxw_workbook * workbook_new(const char *filename)
Create a new workbook object.
lxw_worksheet
Struct to represent an Excel worksheet.
Definition:
worksheet.h:2107
RANGE
#define RANGE(range)
Convert an Excel A1:B2 range into a (first_row, first_col, last_row, last_col) sequence.
Definition:
utility.h:82
lxw_workbook
Struct to represent an Excel workbook.
Definition:
workbook.h:280
worksheet_write_number
lxw_error worksheet_write_number(lxw_worksheet *worksheet, lxw_row_t row, lxw_col_t col, double number, lxw_format *format)
Write a number to a worksheet cell.
workbook_add_worksheet
lxw_worksheet * workbook_add_worksheet(lxw_workbook *workbook, const char *sheetname)
Add a new worksheet to a workbook.
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