Excel module for Python

sam sam.wun at authtec.com
Wed Jan 12 10:19:44 EST 2005

Simon Brunning wrote:

> On Wed, 12 Jan 2005 15:18:09 +0800, sam <sam.wun at authtec.com> wrote:
>>I m wondering which Excel module is good to be used by Python?
> If you are on Windows, and you have Excel, then the Python for Windows
> extensions[1] are all you need to drive Excel via COM. O'Reilly's
> "Python Programming on Win32" covers COM scripting extensively - and
> by good fortune, driving Excel is the example they use, and the COM
> scripting chapter is on-line[2].
> You'll also need to know the objects and methods that Excel exposes.
> These are documented on Microsoft's web site[3], or in the Excel VBA
> help, which is an optional part of they Office installation.

No, I don't use MS windows. I need to generate Excel file by printing 
data to it, just like Perl module Spreadsheet::WriteExcel.


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