class Table : public RefCountedObject
Data table structure for use in report generation.
A Table contains a two dimensional array of strings. A table can store, for instance, a series of pick information or plot data.
The table data can be used either in a plain textual table or, if it contains plot data, it can be used to create a chart object in Word or PowerPoint. The figure is showing one table snapshot shown as both a table and a chart in a Word document.
The first row will be treated as column titles.
When used to populate a chart, the first column will be used on the x-axis and each of the remaining columns will represent a new data series. The elements in the first row will be set as the names of the data series. You can specify optional x and y axis titles using setChartYAxisTitle() and setChartXAxisTitle().
Note! If the table are to be used as chart data, the number value MUST be passed along using a ‘.’ as the decimal point for the MS Office chart object to recognize it as a number!
Table(size_t numRows, size_t numCols)
Creates a table with the specified dimensions.
Table &operator=(const Table &other)
Assigns other to this report table and returns a reference to this report table.
bool setValue(size_t row, size_t col, const Str &val)
Sets the string val into the table at position given by row row and column col.
Returns true if row and col is within table dimensions.
size_t rowCount() const
Returns the number of rows in the table.
Note! Row count is including the first title row.
size_t columnCount() const
Returns the number of columns in the table.
void setChartYAxisTitle(const Str &yAxisTitle)
Sets the y axis title.
Only applicable for chart data.
- Table(size_t numRows, size_t numCols)