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Writing to an excel sheet using Python

Using xlwt module, one can perform multiple operations on spreadsheet. For example, writing or modifying the data can be done in Python. Also, user might have to go through various sheets and retrieve data based on some criteria or modify some rows and columns and do a lot of work.

Let’s see how to create and write to an excel-sheet using Python.
 

Code #1 :

# Writing to an excel 
# sheet using Python
import xlwt
from xlwt import Workbook
  
# Workbook is created
wb = Workbook()
  
# add_sheet is used to create sheet.
sheet1 = wb.add_sheet('Sheet 1')
  
sheet1.write(1, 0, 'ISBT DEHRADUN')
sheet1.write(2, 0, 'SHASTRADHARA')
sheet1.write(3, 0, 'CLEMEN TOWN')
sheet1.write(4, 0, 'RAJPUR ROAD')
sheet1.write(5, 0, 'CLOCK TOWER')
sheet1.write(0, 1, 'ISBT DEHRADUN')
sheet1.write(0, 2, 'SHASTRADHARA')
sheet1.write(0, 3, 'CLEMEN TOWN')
sheet1.write(0, 4, 'RAJPUR ROAD')
sheet1.write(0, 5, 'CLOCK TOWER')
  
wb.save('xlwt example.xls')

Output :
Sample excel file
 

Code #2 : Adding style sheet in excel

# importing xlwt module
import xlwt
  
workbook = xlwt.Workbook() 
  
sheet = workbook.add_sheet("Sheet Name")
  
# Specifying style
style = xlwt.easyxf('font: bold 1')
  
# Specifying column
sheet.write(0, 0, 'SAMPLE', style)
workbook.save("sample.xls")

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Output :
Sample file
 
Code #3 : Adding multiple styles to a cell

# importing xlwt module
import xlwt
  
workbook = xlwt.Workbook() 
  
sheet = workbook.add_sheet("Sheet Name")
  
# Applying multiple styles
style = xlwt.easyxf('font: bold 1, color red;')
  
# Writting on specified sheet
sheet.write(0, 0, 'SAMPLE', style)
  
workbook.save("sample.xls")

Output :
sample file



This article is attributed to GeeksforGeeks.org

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