Andreas Säger <villeroy <at> t-online.de> writes:
All that "Inelligent Technology" is about data processing. Input >
Processing -> Output. Without knowing anything about the input there is
no way to write any program to process data.
Programmers are lazy because they know how to write routines to solve
the same problem once for all times. You are not a programmer. You want
others to write some program for you without the faintest specification.
I showed you a way how a user can configure this integrated office suite
so a most simple drag&drop reads text data into Calc (and Writer btw).
For anything else you can hire a lazy person.
Thanks for your unhelpful and rude response. I thought I spelled out my use
case and specification quite clearly (press button, choose file, automatically
load with all the columns set to text format), and asked what else might be
necessary to clarify. I would very much like to "write a routine to solve a
problem once for all times", but you are unable to help with that; that's ok,
but a little less rudeness would be nice.
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Calc macro to open tab delimited data file? · Andrew Douglas Pitonyak
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