Great article on sc, a spreadsheet that is on the Ben Nanonote, on line at Linux Journal.
jirka at penguin.cz
Mon Dec 20 04:08:48 EST 2010
There should be "psc" command in your NanoNote.
It is used for import from CSV files. Maybe it will work for you.
P.S. To convert comma-separated values file (CSV) to sc file one can use
the psc command:
psc -d , <file.sc >file.sc
Obviously, the "-d ," parameter specifies the separator (here it is the
comma: ","). To obtain a CSV file from common spreadsheet format it is
possible to use the xls2csv tool from the catdoc package.
On Sat, 18 Dec 2010 13:57:11 -0800, Delbert Franz <ddf at sonic.net> wrote:
> Hi, All,
> I started exploring sc, a curses based spread sheet that is on the
> Nanonote but found that there was no explicit facility for importing
> from other formats, like text in columns. A web search on sc found an
> article in the Linux Journal of October 2010. I probably saw it but
> was not interested in sc then:)
> Here's the link:
> The article has a Python script that will convert colon delimited
> files into a series of commands to sc that then sets up the spread
> sheet. There was a slight problem in the script in that it considered
> any number with a decimal point to be a label-- not what I wanted. I
> added a comment to the article which solved the problem. The Nanonote
> also has Python, so now I'm on to getting acquainted with sc:)
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