Per Nergård
Dec 20, 2015
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Generate HTML table from excel file

How hard should it be to parse an excel file and and present it as a html table? One would think that since Excel is so popular it would be super easy but in my experience it's not.

The code im going to link to isn't my own but since it actually works and handles merged cells I thought I would share it anyway.

The method uses the EPPlusl package for parsing the excel-file and generates a table.

You can get the code over at GitHub

Dec 20, 2015


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