|Related to : Tap or LongPress below cells|
|Can't update cells from JTable|
Depending on what you are trying to do, you can use...
JTable#setValueAt(Object, int, int) or TableModel#setValueAt(Object,
int, int) to modify the row/column values of existing cells. Just
beware, that the model and view might have different indices based on
the current sort order and column positions.
You can use DefaultTableModel#addRow to add new rows and
You can use DefaultTableModel#remov
|If then Statements format cells|
Try something like this?
Dim i as integer
For i = 1 to 100
Select Case Sheet1.Cells(1,i)
Case "ABC" Or "GHI"
Sheet1.Cells(1,i+1).EntireColumn.NumberFormat = "######-##-##"
Case "DEF" Or "JKL"
I'm doing this on a computer without Excel, so I couldn't debug, but
|Matlab cells with Names|
Your question is pretty much fully covered in the docs to the save()
command under "Save Structure Fields as Individual Variables". To get
there, you only must create that struct.
To create that struct(), where you dynamically create its field names,
not much of your code must be changed. Once your struct is created in
that loop, just save the struct once after the loop with the option
|VBA Excel: Getting result for multiple cells|
You can create a String variable first. Don't throw a MsgBox but save
the results into the variable. Past the End If statement show the
MsgBox and pass the string variable as the content.
Better, you can use a String Builder to make it work about 1000 times
faster than the default VBA concatenation ;)
|How can I edit Google Spreadsheets Cells using the API?|
Assuming that you want to update/edit the last column of the last row
of your spreadsheet :
var sprdkey = '0Ai4sb45QfOAQdGhRWEtQaTR0enVHUHlxSTlobkVtenc';
var sheet = SpreadsheetApp.openById(sprdkey).getActiveSheet();
var lastRow = sheet.getLastRow();
var lastCol = sheet.getLastColumn();
sheet.getRange(lastRow , lastCol).setValue("V");
If you need to edit any other cell in the spreadsheet, y