I'm not a big user of spreadsheets but I have looked at Siag which seems to
be quite effective. IIRC functionality can be extended through scripting
(as in Excel) although the scripting language is not built in. I think
Perl is the language (but don't quote me on that :)
Also from what I see on the list here, StarOffice has a spreadsheet as part
of its package but I've no idea how good that is - I would expect that it
would be very good as it is part of a commercial suite but then again ...
If neither of those suit you then there is another office suite around
somewhere called, I think, Andrew. This also has a spreadsheet.
Good luck !
At 02:10 PM 12/27/98 -0500, you wrote:
> Anyone have a reomendation for a good spreadsheet, under Debian?
> I would have sworn, that I had seen a nice graphical one in a recent
> _Linux Journal_, but I can't seem to locate it in my stack of back
>Stan Brown firstname.lastname@example.org
>Factory Automation Systems
>Windows 98: n.
> minor patch release for 32-bit extensions and a graphical shell for a
> 16-bit patch to an 8-bit operating system originally coded for a 4-bit
> microprocessor, written by a 2-bit company that can't stand for 1 bit
> of competition.
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