Tuesday, November 18, 2008

export tables as html foxpro

mmm while i was foxpro programming, i wanted to export some tables as HTML... here is a quick and dirty way to do it...

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;192302 :

      * Generate HTML from a table without using it.
DO (_GENHTML) WITH "EXAMPLEA",HOME(2)+"DATA\CUSTOMER.DBF"
* Use the Employee table to generate from an alias.
USE HOME(2)+"DATA\EMPLOYEE" IN 0 ALIAS EMPL
* Generate HTML from an alias.
DO (_GENHTML) WITH "EXAMPLEB",'EMPL'
CLOSE ALL

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Styling Excel cells with mso-number-format

Styling Excel cells with mso-number-format
mso-number-format:"0"NO Decimals
mso-number-format:"0\.000"3 Decimals
mso-number-format:"\#\,\#\#0\.000"Comma with 3 dec
mso-number-format:"mm\/dd\/yy"Date7
mso-number-format:"mmmm\ d\,\ yyyy"Date9
mso-number-format:"m\/d\/yy\ h\:mm\ AM\/PM"D -T AMPM
mso-number-format:"Short Date"01/03/1998
mso-number-format:"Medium Date"01-mar-98
mso-number-format:"d\-mmm\-yyyy"01-mar-1998
mso-number-format:"Short Time"5:16
mso-number-format:"Medium Time"5:16 am
mso-number-format:"Long Time"5:16:21:00
mso-number-format:"Percent"Percent - two decimals
mso-number-format:"0%"Percent - no decimals
mso-number-format:"0\.E+00"Scientific Notation
mso-number-format:"\@"Text
mso-number-format:"\#\ ???\/???"Fractions - up to 3 digits (312/943)
mso-number-format:"\0022£\0022\#\,\#\#0\.00"£12.76
mso-number-format:"\#\,\#\#0\.00_ \;\[Red\]\-\#\,\#\#0\.00\ "

2 decimals, negative numbers in red and signed
(1.56 -1.56)