Re: LocSpecs in OHP.

From: Lennert Sloth (les_at_daimi.au.dk)
Date: Fri 21 May 1999 - 08:36:59 CDT



Sigi,

At 07:03 19-05-99 -0500, you wrote:
_(fwd link)_>>[stuff deleted]
>>3. MS Excel Spreadsheets.

>..

_(fwd link)_>> FwdAxisSet = <axis>
>> <name>row-column</name>
>> <type>pairs</type>
>> <valueSet>
>> /* Each range in the selection is
>> * represented by four numbers as
>> * in RxCyRzCv.
>> */
>> <value>int</value> /* upper left row */
>> <value>int</value> /* upper left column */
>> <value>int</value> /* lower right row */
>> <value>int</value> /* lower right column */
>> ...
>> </valueSet>
>> </axis>
>This is an interesting one as it seems that you are using one axis to >express a coordinate location (by using "pairs"). I could imagine that you >could use two axis as well, one for the rows and one for the columns. Yes we could use an axis for rows and an axis for columns. The reason we only use a single axis is that we think it makes it easier to handle multiple ranges in a single selection. Cheers, Lennert --------------------------------------------------- Lennert Sloth, Computer Science Department University of Aarhus, Aabogade 34, DK-8200 Aarhus N DENMARK, email: les_at_daimi.au.dk, phone:+45 8942 5634


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