|Subject:||Re: [O] manipulate org tables using emacs-lisp|
|Date:||Sun, 2 Oct 2016 10:19:28 +0300|
On 2016-09-30 22:52, Thorsten Jolitz <address@hidden> writes:
>> Are there functions for manipulating org-tables using emacs-lisp? More
>> precisely, I would like to refer to a table by its name, read some cells
>> (either by position or by matching some given text with some text in the
>> first row/column), and write in some cells.
> ,----[ C-h f org-table-to-lisp RET ]
> | org-table-to-lisp is an autoloaded compiled Lisp function in
> | ‘../org-mode/lisp/org-table.
el’.This is very useful, thank you. But how do I go to a named table? I
> | (org-table-to-lisp &optional TXT)
> | Convert the table at point to a Lisp structure.
> | The structure will be a list. Each item is either the symbol ‘hline’
> | for a horizontal separator line, or a list of field values as strings.
> | The table is taken from the parameter TXT, or from the buffer at point.
> | [back]
> returns the table as a nested list you can map with lots of Elisp
> functions (like mapcar).
> | my | tab |
> | 1 | 2 |
> (("my" "tab") ("1" "2"))
found org-babel-goto-named-block, but nothing for tables.
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