alex at harryscollar.com
Tue Aug 28 19:50:11 CDT 2007
In any case it makes it hard for small developers to want to support the
maze-like format. 6000 pages?!
Back to simple tab-delimited files for me or..
Has anyone looked at the native format used by Apple's "Numbers"? If
that's simpler I can convince the client to buy that because they are
Just looking at the apple site it mentions Open Financial Exchange(OFX).
This appears to be another Microsoft format but the 2.1.1 spec is only
665 pages long. Still a bit of reading.
I think I'll get back into writing computer games after this project :)
Peter T. Evensen wrote:
> I should have said something on digg.com about #2. I don't really
> consider #2 a problem. It has to do with converting decimal to binary.
> Excel stores numbers as numbers, not as text, and there is no way to
> store 12345.12345 in binary as exactly that.
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