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From BIFF8 on, strings are always stored using UTF-16LE  text encoding. The
character  array  is  a  sequence  of  16-bit  values4.  Additionally it is
possible  to  use  a  compressed  format, which omits the high bytes of all
characters, if they are all zero.

The following tables describe the standard format of the entire string, but
in many records the strings differ from this format. This will be mentioned
separately. It is possible (but not required) to store Rich-Text formatting
information  and  Asian  phonetic information inside a Unicode string. This
results  in  four  different  ways  to  store a string. The character array(more...)

src/h/o/hortonworks-sandbox-HEAD/desktop/core/ext-py/pyexcelerator/pyExcelerator/ImportXLS.py   hortonworks-sandbox(Download)
 
 
import UnicodeUtils
import CompoundDoc
import ExcelMagic

src/p/i/picalo-4.94/picalo/lib/pyExcelerator/ImportXLS.py   picalo(Download)
 
 
import UnicodeUtils
import CompoundDoc
import ExcelMagic

src/p/y/pyexcelerator-0-0.6.4a/pyExcelerator/ImportXLS.py   pyExcelerator(Download)
 
 
import UnicodeUtils
import CompoundDoc
import ExcelMagic

src/p/y/pyExcelerator-HEAD/pyExcelerator/ImportXLS.py   pyExcelerator(Download)
 
 
import UnicodeUtils
import CompoundDoc
import ExcelMagic