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Export to excel using Borland c++ Builder

Hi there all,
I would like to export query results to excel.
A short example would be nice though or
components that I can use.

Exporting a grids data to excel can also work.

I geuss I can't say more than that

Thanks

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rstaveleyCommented:
It is easiest to create a .csv file, which you can import into Excel:

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#include <fstream>

int main()
{
    std::ofstream out("myfile.csv");

    // Field names conventionally go at top (not mandatory)
    // columns are separated by commas
    // Strings are quoted (need to double up " to put quotes into strings)
    out << "\"Name\",\"Height\",\n";

    // Here's a row:
    out << "\"Fred\","  
          << 6.2 << ','   // Numbers aren't quoted
          << '\n';

    out.close();
}
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GloomyFriarCommented:
There is the TExcelApplication component in Delphi (ver >4). I think the builder has the same component.
I've put some comments here:

http://oldlook.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Delphi/Q_20780602.html
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