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Re: [Orgmode] Elisp code to insert a word in table

From: ishi soichi
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Elisp code to insert a word in table
Date: Sat, 4 Dec 2010 20:27:46 +0900

Ah, I need more help, though...

I have tried this code.  I made it as simple as possible to clarify my question.

(defun add-word ()
  '(org-table-put (@2 $2 "word!")))

and execute in a buffer having a table already.  It did not work at all.

But also I kept wondering what could happen if there are two separate tables in the same buffer?  I checked cells with C-c?, then realized that the cell locations are not unique in more than one table.  So, there must be a way to identify the table in question.

Thanks again.


2010/12/3 ishi soichi <address@hidden>
Thanks for such a quick response!


2010/12/3 Carsten Dominik <address@hidden>

Hi Ishi,

On Dec 3, 2010, at 10:00 AM, ishi soichi wrote:

Hi. I'm trying to write an elisp code to enter words into a table of org-mode.

after designating a buffer, which already contains a table, I simply wrote,

   '(insert "test!" @2$2)

does not work obviously.


Do I need to move the "point" to the particular cell before inserting?

You could to that, using the functions org-table-goto-line and then org-table-goto-column.

However, it is easier to use, for programmatic access to fields, the functions
`org-table-put' and `org-table-get'.

- Carsten

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