📊 Cross-platform user-friendly xlsx library for C++14
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xlnt

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Introduction

xlnt is a modern C++ library for manipulating spreadsheets in memory and reading/writing them from/to XLSX files as described in ECMA 376 4th edition. xlnt is currently under active feature development and is on track for the version 1.0 release in the next few weeks. Until then, the API could have significant changes. For a high-level summary of what you can do with this library, see here.

Example

Including xlnt in your project, creating a new spreadsheet, and saving it as "example.xlsx"

#include <xlnt/xlnt.hpp>

int main()
{
    xlnt::workbook wb;
    xlnt::worksheet ws = wb.active_sheet();
    ws.cell("A1").value(5);
    ws.cell("B2").value("string data");
    ws.cell("C3").formula("=RAND()");
    ws.merge_cells("C3:C4");
    ws.freeze_panes("B2");
    wb.save("example.xlsx");
    return 0;
}
// compile with -std=c++14 -Ixlnt/include -Lxlnt/lib -lxlnt

Documentation

Documentation for the current release of xlnt is available here.

License

xlnt is released to the public for free under the terms of the MIT License. See LICENSE.md for the full text of the license and the licenses of xlnt's third-party dependencies. LICENSE.md should be distributed alongside any assemblies that use xlnt in source or compiled form.