idx2cref

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Converting indices to Excel cell references

Converts row & column indices to Excel cell references

Keywords
utilities
Usage
idx2cref(x, absRow = TRUE, absCol = TRUE)
Arguments
x

Numeric (integer) matrix or vector of indices. If a matrix is provided it should have two columns with the first column representing the row indices and the second column representing the column indices (i.e. each row represents a index-based cell reference). If a vector is provided it will be converted to a matrix by filling the vector into a 2-column matrix by row.

absRow

Boolean determining if the row index should be considered absolute. If TRUE (default), this will result in a '$'-prefixed row identifier.

absCol

Boolean determining if the column index should be considered absolute. If TRUE (default), this will result in a '$'-prefixed column identifier.

Value

Returns a character vector of corresponding Excel cell references.

See Also

cref2idx, idx2col, col2idx, idx2aref, aref2idx, aref

Aliases
  • idx2cref
Examples
# NOT RUN {
idx2cref(c(5, 8, 14, 38))
# }
Documentation reproduced from package XLConnect, version 0.2-14, License: GPL-3

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