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is there an equivalent to the MS-Excel openpylx library for Python?

asked 2015-02-07 21:10:56 +0200

Lew Merrick gravatar image

I use a CAD system where the "scripting language" is a version of Python 2.x. There is a "module" included by the name of "openpyxl" that allows you to access sheets & cells within Excel xlsx files. Is there an equivalent "module" for LibreOffice Calc?

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answered 2015-02-08 02:35:33 +0200

karolus gravatar image

openpyxl is a third-party-python-package to read|write xls[x] independent from Excel

odfpy is roughly the counterpart for reading|writing odf- Documents independent from Libreoffice

But in Libreoffice there is anyway a full Python-environment included, which can be used via libreoffice-api


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