Row ranges are not supported #933

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opened 5 years ago by igor-savin-ht · 3 comments
igor-savin-ht commented 5 years ago (Migrated from github.com)
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According to Excel documentation, '1:1' is a valid range that returns entire first row. However, js-xlsx only supports ranges of format 'A1-B1'

According to Excel documentation, '1:1' is a valid range that returns entire first row. However, js-xlsx only supports ranges of format 'A1-B1'
reviewher commented 5 years ago (Migrated from github.com)
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@igor-savin-ht the helper functions currently assume two-cell ranges. Can you share a file with row or column ranges in a place that causes import errors?

@igor-savin-ht the helper functions currently assume two-cell ranges. Can you share a file with row or column ranges in a place that causes import errors?
igor-savin-ht commented 5 years ago (Migrated from github.com)
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@reviewher Yes, that's what I mean - helper functions only support two-cell ranges. I don't think this is file-specific (I observe same behavior on all xlsx files, no matter how simple), and there are no import errors, it's just that if you pass '1:1' range, you always get empty result.

@reviewher Yes, that's what I mean - helper functions only support two-cell ranges. I don't think this is file-specific (I observe same behavior on all xlsx files, no matter how simple), and there are no import errors, it's just that if you pass '1:1' range, you always get empty result.
thiennhan2310 commented 5 years ago (Migrated from github.com)
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Libs is not supported this feature yet or this is a bug ?

Libs is not supported this feature yet or this is a bug ?
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