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xll 64-bit

first post: s1182371 wrote: On the documentation page, it says,"Any version of 32-bit Windows ...

latest post: martingale wrote: Great application. There is no problem to compile and use under win...

Is this compatible with visual studio 2015?

first post: baur728 wrote: I am trying to develop a c++ add-in for for Excel 2010 using Visual...

latest post: keithalewis wrote: Use an older compiler. This project does not work with VS 2015.

Visual studio 2013 & C++11

first post: richt1 wrote: Hi - great addin, have been using it extensively for a derivative p...

latest post: keithalewis wrote: Just curious, but what features of python are you using?

Object Handler with std::vector<double> as class member

first post: ANT44 wrote: Hi Keith, Hope you would be so kind as to help me out. I've a bug...

latest post: ANT44 wrote: Thanks Keith

a smart pointer to a handle

first post: martingale wrote: in my project, one of data types is a std::unique_str<double[]>. Th...

latest post: keithalewis wrote: Don't use std::unique_ptr as a handle type. It was not designed for...

Debugging c++ code with excel xll

first post: kennethkhoo89 wrote: Hi all, Sorry for my ignorance, as I'm new to excel xll (and I'm ...

latest post: keithalewis wrote: Set your breakpoints and hit F5.

Input matrix of strings

first post: krad23 wrote: How can I input a matrix of strings? Obviously FP doesn't work as i...

latest post: krad23 wrote: it works, thank you very much. Here's the final solution, in case a...

Vectors and maps

first post: krad23 wrote: I am working on a c++ project where I need to create an XLL which t...

latest post: krad23 wrote: no budget. how come?

How to register a function without arguments?

first post: zrep1961 wrote: I am trying to register a function that doesn't have any arguments,...

latest post: keithalewis wrote: Thanks govert.

default argument value in AddInX

first post: martingale wrote: I am trying to use some default values to my function. I know that ...

latest post: keithalewis wrote: Congratulations! You have found an unadvertised feature. See my lat...