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Robert Bohne
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NAME

Excel::Template::Element::Formula - Excel::Template::Element::Formula

PURPOSE

To write formulas to the worksheet

NODE NAME

FORMULA

INHERITANCE

Excel::Template::Element::Cell

ATTRIBUTES

All attributes a CELL can have, a FORMULA can have, including the ability to be referenced using the 'ref' attribute.

CHILDREN

None

EFFECTS

This will consume one column on the current row.

DEPENDENCIES

None

USAGE

  <formula text="=(1 + 2)"/>
  <formula>=SUM(A1:A5)</formula>

  <formula text="$Param2"/>
  <formula>=(A1 + <var name="Param">)</formula>

In the above example, four formulas are written out. The first two have the formula hard-coded. The second two have variables. The third and fourth items have another thing that should be noted. If you have a formula where you want a variable in the middle, you have to use the latter form. Variables within parameters are the entire parameter's value.

AUTHOR

Rob Kinyon (rob.kinyon@gmail.com)

SEE ALSO

CELL