Den sön 16 sep. 2018 kl 22:50 skrev Johnny Rosenberg <firstname.lastname@example.org
This function seems to work fine:
Public Function GetCell(oSheet As com.sun.star.sheet.XSpreadsheet, _
lRow As Long, _
lCol As Long) As com.sun.star.sheet.XCell
For instance, this works fine:
Dim oLastDateCell As Object
oLastDateCell=GetCell(oSheet, lLastRow, ColDate)
No errors what so ever.
But, on the other hand, this throws an error:
Dim oLastDateCell As com.sun.star.sheet.XCell
oLastDateCell=GetCell(oSheet, lLastRow, ColDate) ' oSheet and more are
correctly defined someplace else.
”BASIC syntax error.
Data type com.sun.star.sheet.XCell is unknown”
So it works as a return type for my GetCell function, but when defining a
variable, it's suddenly unknown? Can someone explain this?
Why I use experimental mode? Because I want to learn how it works plus a
few more reasons that are just as irrelevant.
Ok, maybe my bad. I found that the correct type is com.sun.star.table.XCell
for some reason, but one part of my question still remains: Why does
com.sun.star.sheet.XCell work as a return type of a function?
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