Message from JavaScript discussions

June 2019

— Yes, but it will take a lot of code

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First of all, an excel file is a zip file, so you'll either need to use a library that understands zip files (use JSZip), or implement a zip reader by yourself (I don't recommend doing that)

— JSZip works in the browser

— DEC64 in JS when

— TRGWII thank you

— But you should use an xlsx library that works in the browser

— Since manually using a zip library to do it is worse

— I recommend only accepting CSV instead, or accepting pasting from excel, that's easier

— Sure, I'm trying the same way you guided me.

— Https://github.com/SheetJS/js-xlsx

— Try this

— Supports a lot of browsers