Quantitative Analysis
Parallel Processing
Numerical Analysis
C++ Multithreading
Python for Excel
Python Utilities

I. Motivation and design (PFE).
II. Installation of the Python for Excel.
III. Tutorial introduction into the Python for Excel.
IV. PFE Programmer's reference.
1. Direct access to Excel API.
2. Lower level access to Excel API.
3. Event trapping (PFE).
A. OnNewWorkbook property (ExcelListener).
B. OnSheetActivate property (ExcelListener).
C. OnSheetBeforeDoubleClick property (ExcelListener).
D. OnSheetBeforeRightClick property (ExcelListener).
E. OnSheetCalculate property (ExcelListener).
F. OnSheetChange property (ExcelListener).
G. OnSheetDeactivate property (ExcelListener).
H. OnSheetFollowHyperlink property (ExcelListener).
I. OnSheetSelectionChange property (ExcelListener).
J. OnWindowActivate property (ExcelListener).
K. OnWindowDeactivate property (ExcelListener).
L. OnWindowResize property (ExcelListener).
M. OnWorkbookActivate property (ExcelListener).
N. OnWorkbookBeforeClose property (ExcelListener).
O. OnWorkbookBeforePrint property (ExcelListener).
P. OnWorkbookBeforeSave property (ExcelListener).
Q. OnWorkbookDeactivate property (ExcelListener).
R. OnWorkbookNewSheet property (ExcelListener).
S. OnWorkbookOpen property (ExcelListener).
4. Configuration files (PFE).
Index. Contents.

OnWindowActivate property (ExcelListener).

n Excel instance may contain several workbooks. Only one of these workbooks may be visible. The "window activation." event is fired when another workbook comes into focus. The OnWindowActivate property provides facilities for trapping of such event. The code below provides an example. The output of the signature() method indicates that the event handler must take two arguments. We provide the event handler and pass it to the "bind" method.


Consequently, if the user opens another workbook then the ControlShell receives output.


Index. Contents.

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