foreach($reader->sheets as $k=>$data)
echo "\n\n ".$reader->boundsheets[$k]."\n\n";
foreach($data['cells'] as $row)
foreach($row as $cell)
Had no idea this was even possible, but that's an example of head tracking in the browser done with WEBRTC.
From an user named miku:
If you want to use network paths without adding extra slashes, you can use python's raw string function.
Here's an example of something you want to make a raw string:
source_path = r"\\mynetworkshare"
The most impressive part is how fast it renders all that data.
Function BookOpen(strBookName As String) As Boolean
Dim oBk As Workbook
On Error Resume Next
Set oBk = Workbooks(strBookName)
On Error GoTo 0
If oBk Is Nothing Then
BookOpen = False
BookOpen = True
Dim strBookName As String
strBookName = "myWork.xls"
If BookOpen(strBookName) Then
MsgBox strBookName & " is open", vbOKOnly + vbInformation
MsgBox strBookName & " is NOT open", vbOKOnly + vbExclamation
"The link you have used to enter the PayPal system is invalid. Please review the link and try again."Using an incorrect e-mail address in the hidden "business" field in your HTML form can cause this issue.
Example of the hidden field with the problem:
<input type="hidden" name="business" value="email@example.com">
This should help ease the pain of dealing with suspended paypal recurring payment agreements.
The page accepts variables from the URL, then generates a paypal payment button based on the person's last payment date.
To fix it, you need to delete the <script></script> references for both of the files above and make a single reference to: