[Streamlit] [Handle Excel with file in merged cell ]


Dear team, can someone help me on streamLit please?

it’s brilliant and I love it.

But I have an excel file and which has sheet with merged cells , and this merged cells have a tar file inserted as an object i want to get the cell value name but it always shows as None. Can some one help please?

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Code snippet:

from openpyxl import Workbook,load_workbook
from openpyxl.worksheet.table import Table, TableStyleInfo
import openpyxl

wb = Workbook()
ws = wb.active
lw = load_workbook
input_excel = open('some_excel.xlsx', 'rb')
workbook_read = load_workbook(filename=input_excel)

sheet_names = workbook_read.sheetnames

for sheet_name in sheet_names:
    sheet = workbook_read[sheet_name]
    merge_dict = {}
    merge_ranges = sheet.merged_cells.ranges
    for merged_cells_range in sheet.merged_cells.ranges:
        top_left_cell = merged_cells_range.start_cell
        cell_value = top_left_cell.value

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Hey @pandu_raju,

Thanks for sharing this question! Is this code snippet taken from a Streamlit app? It doesn’t look like Streamlit is used in the snippet

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