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Is there a spread sheet that will work in an ansi terminal for linux AND solaris.

Posted on 2008-10-18
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OK, this sounds silly but I use command line all the time and I make complicated reports.

I need to output easly into a grid.
tape_name  days_old  tapeslot  tapepool yada yada yada.

1) I want to put out to a grid
2) I want to be able to easily refer to a column in a bash script.
3 ) optional, 4 function math ( + - * / ) would be nice.  

I would need to run it in an ansi terminal in Solaris and Linux  
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Maybe this one - the output is text and it looks like you can use it as a filter:
http://www.linuxsoft.cz/en/sw_detail.php?id_item=1319
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Microcalc is what I need.  Thank you so much.

You rock !!!
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