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Tue Jan 3 17:26:16 EST 2017
On 2017-01-03 11:46, Deborah Swanson wrote:
> Excel has a formula:
> that will put a clickable link into a cell.
> Does python have an equivalent function? Probably the most common
> use for it would be output to the console, similar to a print
> statement, but clickable.
Depends on what you're outputting. In your context, you're creating
content (and metadata) for a cell in an Excel workbook.
If that's the case you might have to use something like the xlwt
module to create an Excel-style worksheet and adjust the properties
of the cell to include the hyperlink property.
Or you can write out a .csv file with a hyperlink in a cell, which I
believe Excel can interpret as a hyperlink.
Or write an HTML document with the corresponding HTML <a> tag in it.
Or you can just print it to stdout as normal as some terminals detect
them and auto-linkify them.
But you have to specify where you want this link to appear to know
how to solve the problem.
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