Am 16.07.2012 06:11, Andrew Douglas Pitonyak wrote:
On 07/15/2012 06:52 PM, Andreas Säger wrote:
Calc does not know any dates nor times. It's all about doubles and text.
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Although that is true, I expected a date returned from a function would
return as a double, not text. Internal Date functions in Calc appear to
return as a double and then it is smart enough to display it as a
date.... or am I mistaken?
Sorry, no magic conversion. The double is displayed as date/time when
the cell is formatted accordingly. The cell value remains a double.
In the context of number format "General", certain input strings are
recognized as date/time and number format "General" displays one
particular number format for the recognized data type. Once you applied
some number format other than the "General" one, any number will be
shown in that format.
Nevertheless, we can queryContentCells for c.s.s.sheet.CellFlag.DATETIME
because the application needs to keep track of those "special doubles"
because the base date for the entire document may be changed by the user.
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