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Mon Jan 2 23:26:16 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
But you have to specify where you want this link to appear to know how to solve
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