Where are Calc functions implemented in libreoffce?

Regina Henschel rb.henschel at t-online.de
Thu Oct 22 17:31:04 UTC 2020

Hi Emmertt,

you mean functions like LINEST or GCD? They belong to class ScInterpreter.

You might have a look at

and the very good guide written by Eike

If that is not what you are looking for, you should describe in more 
details what you want to do.

Kind regards

Emmett Miller schrieb am 21-Oct-20 um 22:42:
> Where are Calc functions implemented in libreoffce source? They don't 
> appear to be implemented as 
> https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Calc/Add-In/Simple_Calc_Add-In
> Calc/Add-In/Simple Calc Add-In - Apache OpenOffice Wiki 
> <https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Calc/Add-In/Simple_Calc_Add-In>
> This is a step by step guide on how to write a simple component (a Calc 
> add-in) for OpenOffice.org (OOo) in C++. Even though the instructions 
> are for Linux, this guide should give an idea on how to write components 
> on other operating systems as well.This document has been updated for 
> OOo version 3, an earlier revision of this page pertaining to OOo 
> version 2 can be found here.
> wiki.openoffice.org
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