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Hi,

Would that be possible, when reviewing Chapter 13, to mention the fact that
LibO macro programming isn't Basic-centric? Although it makes sense to
highlight Basic.

Other supported languages for macros, such as BeanShell, JavaScript or
Python could be listed in the introduction, while the Library organization
section may mention their existence/location.

Cordially
Alain

e-refs:
Python Script help
<https://help.libreoffice.org/6.4/en-US/text/sbasic/python/main0000.html>
Designing & Developing Python Applications Preamble
<https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Macros/Python_Design_Guide>



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