All Readable streams implement the interface defined by the stream. Two Reading Modes Readable streams effectively operate in one of two modes:
Text Provides a string representation of the data in the selection or binding. In ExcelProjectand PowerPointonly plain text is supported. In Wordthree text formats are supported: When text is selected in a cell in Excel, selection-based methods read and write to the entire contents of the cell, even if only a portion of the text is selected in the cell.
For example, two rows of string values in two columns would be [['a', 'b'], ['c', 'd']], and a single column of three rows would be [['a'], ['b'], ['c']]. Matrix data access is supported only in Excel and Word Table Provides the data in the selection or binding as a TableData object.
The TableData object exposes the data through the headers and rows properties. Table data access is supported only in Excel and Word Data type coercion The data access methods on the Document and Binding objects support specifying the desired data type using the coercionType parameter of these methods, and corresponding CoercionType enumeration values.
Regardless of the actual shape of the binding, the different Office applications support the common data types by trying to coerce the data into the requested data type.
Tip When should you use the matrix versus table coercionType for data access?
If you need your tabular data to grow dynamically when rows and columns are added, and you must work with table headers, you should use the table data type by specifying the coercionType parameter of a Document or Binding object data access method as "table" or Office.
Adding rows and columns within the data structure is supported in both table and matrix data, but appending rows and columns is supported only for table data.
If you aren't planning on adding rows and columns, and your data doesn't require header functionality, then you should use the matrix data type by specifying the coercionType parameter of the data access method as "matrix" or Office. Matrixwhich provides a simpler model of interacting with the data.
If the data can't be coerced to the specified type, the AsyncResult. Working with selections using the Document object The Document object exposes methods that let you to read and write to the user's current selection in a "get and set" fashion.
For code examples that demonstrate how to perform tasks with selections, see Read and write data to the active selection in a document or spreadsheet.
Working with bindings using the Bindings and Binding objects Binding-based data access enables content and task pane add-ins to consistently access a particular region of a document or spreadsheet through an identifier associated with a binding.
The add-in first needs to establish the binding by calling one of the methods that associates a portion of the document with a unique identifier: After the binding is established, the add-in can use the provided identifier to access the data contained in the associated region of the document or spreadsheet.
Creating bindings provides the following value to your add-in: Permits access to common data structures across supported Office applications, such as: Establishes a relationship between the add-in and the data in the document. Bindings are persisted in the document, and can be accessed at a later time.
Establishing a binding also allows you to subscribe to data and selection change events that are scoped to that particular region of the document or spreadsheet. This means that the add-in is only notified of changes that happen within the bound region as opposed to general changes across the whole document or spreadsheet.
The Bindings object exposes a getAllAsync method that gives access to the set of all bindings established on the document or spreadsheet.
An individual binding can be accessed by its ID using either the Bindings. You can establish new bindings as well as remove existing ones by using one of the following methods of the Bindings object: There are three different types of bindings that you specify with the bindingType parameter when you create a binding with the addFromSelectionAsync, addFromPromptAsync or addFromNamedItemAsync methods:This guide takes you through all you need to know to write an API reference on MDN.
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