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Re: How some people live without Perl

by jdporter (Chancellor)
on Feb 21, 2003 at 06:04 UTC ( #237360=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How some people live without Perl

Then, of course, you could what I would do, which is to automate Excel from perl, using OLE. You could so easily stuff the data into Excel from perl, tell Excel what to do (delete columns, sort, etc.), and suck the data back, all programmatically.

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Re^2: How some people live without Perl
by diotalevi (Canon) on Feb 21, 2003 at 06:20 UTC

    Or do what I do and implement perlish things in VB and get the job done natively.

    Added You'd think people would glark from context that perl is my preferred language. Its just not what I get to use at work so I spend some time creating support perlisms in VB and get my job done easier and faster. And its not that I don't know how the VB-way would have me do it — I just happen to know that by using some sprinklings of perl-thought the resultant code will be clearer and not the ugly gobs it'd be otherwise. Sheesh. Its not as if I actually said "go use VB" or anything.


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