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    Re: MS Excel as 3D engine :D

    ;D

    That is really nice article,
    hope MS will do some Excel for consoles so we could port the apps more easily :P


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    Re: MS Excel as 3D engine :D

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    Re: MS Excel as 3D engine :D

    That is awesome. In reading about Lua and how it is a table based language, I guess excel should be considered as such too.
    I wonder if that is dynamic, that is change a value in a cell while it is running and see if it effects the rotating cube.

    I have to tell myself, don't be distracted, don't be distracted, or I would be wasting days trying to get that to work
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