getReferenceCoordinatesForTable-methods: Querying the coordinates of the range of an Excel table

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Querying the coordinates of the range of an Excel table

Description

Queries the coordinates of an Excel table (Office 2007+) in a workbook.

Usage

## S4 method for signature 'workbook,numeric'
getReferenceCoordinatesForTable(object,sheet,table)
## S4 method for signature 'workbook,character'
getReferenceCoordinatesForTable(object,sheet,table)

Arguments

object

The workbook to use

sheet

The index or name of the worksheet on which to look for the specified table

table

The name of the table to query. This argument is vectorized such that multiple tables can be queried with one method call.

Author(s)

Martin Studer
Mirai Solutions GmbH https://mirai-solutions.ch

See Also

workbook, createName, existsName, removeName, getReferenceFormula, getReferenceCoordinatesForName

Examples

## Not run: 
# mtcars xlsx file from demoFiles subfolder of package XLConnect
demoExcelFile <- system.file("demoFiles/mtcars.xlsx", package = "XLConnect")

# Load workbook
wb <- loadWorkbook(demoExcelFile)

# Query reference coordinates for table 'MtcarsTable' on sheet
# 'mtcars_table'
print(getReferenceCoordinatesForTable(wb, sheet = "mtcars_table", 
                                      table = "MtcarsTable"))

## End(Not run)

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