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    Question writing array in Visual Basic 2005 to excelsheet column using ADODB con/any eficient

    Hello frnds,

    I have an array of double. I want to write it to an excel sheet as a column (to a specific column) using either ADODB or any other efficient way(if u feel). Can anyone help plz?

    Thanks

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    Hi Hack,
    That was by mistake. Now I posted new thread in VB Classic section.
    Plz do reply.
    Thanks.

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    I moved it from the VB Classic section to here because you are not using VB Classic. VB 2005 is VB.NET, not VB6

    VB Classic is for VB6 and earlier.
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    OK I got it. Waiting eagerly for how to write an array of double to an excel sheet as a column (to a specific column) using either ADODB or any other efficient way(if u feel). Can anyone help plz?
    Last edited by pallavi; 12-27-2007 at 01:53 AM.

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