Coding Together

Edwardson, Tony Tony.Edwardson at
Mon Nov 19 00:28:26 PST 2007

I'm in ;-)

One thing I think would be of great use, would be a spreadsheet application
written in Tk able to take input from delimited files (e.g. CSV) and  excel
files, and display the data in a nice grid with rudimentary features to be
able to sort the data and do simple calculations.
There are several modules already out there to help including
Tk::TableMatrix, Spreadsheet::ParseExcel, Spreadsheet::SimpleExcel,
Text::CSV::Simple, Spreadsheet::Perl e.t.c ......

Comments anyone ?

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