Source code for ooodev.adapter.table.cell_partial

from __future__ import annotations
from typing import Any, TYPE_CHECKING
import uno

from import XCell

from ooodev.exceptions import ex as mEx
from ooodev.loader import lo as mLo

    from ooo.dyn.table.cell_content_type import CellContentType
    from ooodev.utils.type_var import UnoInterface

[docs]class CellPartial: """ Partial Class for XCell. """ # pylint: disable=unused-argument
[docs] def __init__(self, component: XCell, interface: UnoInterface | None = XCell) -> None: """ Constructor Args: component (XCell): UNO Component that implements ```` interface. interface (UnoInterface, optional): The interface to be validated. Defaults to ``XCell``. """ def validate(comp: Any, obj_type: Any) -> None: if obj_type is None: return if not mLo.Lo.is_uno_interfaces(comp, obj_type): raise mEx.MissingInterfaceError(obj_type) validate(component, interface) self.__component = component
# region XCell
[docs] def get_error(self) -> int: """ returns the error value of the cell. If the cell does not contain a formula, the error is always zero. """ return self.__component.getError()
[docs] def get_formula(self) -> str: """ returns the formula string of a cell. Even if the cell does not contain a formula, an assignment of this attribute's value to another cell's formula attribute would create the same cell content. This is because this attribute contains the original text value of a string cell. The value of a value cell will be formatted using the number format's default format or the formula string, including \"=\", of a formula cell. """ return self.__component.getFormula()
[docs] def get_type(self) -> CellContentType: """ Gets the type of the cell. Returns: CellContentType: The type of the cell. Hint: - ``CellContentType`` can be imported from ``ooo.dyn.table.cell_content_type``. """ return self.__component.getType() # type: ignore
[docs] def get_value(self) -> float: """ Gets the floating point value of the cell. For a value cell the value is returned, for a string cell zero is returned and for a formula cell the result value of a formula is returned. """ return self.__component.getValue()
[docs] def set_formula(self, formula: str) -> None: """ Sets a formula into the cell. When assigned, the string will be interpreted and a value, text or formula cell is created, depending on the text and the number format. """ self.__component.setFormula(formula)
[docs] def set_value(self, value: float) -> None: """ Sets a floating point value into the cell. After a call to this method the type of the cell is C``ellContentType.VALUE``. """ self.__component.setValue(value)
# endregion XCell