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Sat, 24 Jun 2017 11:17:24 +0200
2017-06-23 14:16 GMT+02:00 Mark H Weaver <address@hidden>:
No need to apologize.
Cool, tanks :-)
> #vu8(118 0 0 0) represents 118.
> I'm not sure why it's a different number than you're expecting, but I
> can tell you that's the number in that bytevector.
I was expecting a different numbr of rows because I opened the spreadsheet
with Librreoffice and counted the rows with my eyes
In my opinion, tey are not 118. They are way less
BUT I tried to run an example C program that comes with Freexl that
extracts the same information
On most sheets I agree with what tis test program reports
Only on 1 of them I disagree
The good news is that the numbers that are coming out form my scheme
functions are the same numbers that are coming out from the test C program
They output the same numbers
As for why I disagree on the number of rows on one sheet I don't understand
why 118 rows come up. Maybe there are some cells filled with spaces
So there's no glitch in my scheme wrap. Not anymore
This is all I needed to know
Than you Mark.