Various utility functions that make working with a cells and rows easier. The various methods
that deal with style's allow you to create your CellStyles as you need them. When you apply a
style change to a cell, the code will attempt to see if a style already exists that meets your
needs. If not, then it will create a new style. This is to prevent creating too many styles.
there is an upper limit in Excel on the number of styles that can be supported.
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This method attempt to find an already existing CellStyle that matches what you want the
style to be. If it does not find the style, then it creates a new one. If it does create a
new one, then it applies the propertyName and propertyValue to the style. This is necessary
because Excel has an upper limit on the number of Styles that it supports.
workbook - The workbook that is being worked with.
propertyName - The name of the property that is to be changed.
propertyValue - The value of the property that is to be changed.
cell - The cell that needs it's style changes
public static Cell translateUnicodeValues(Cell cell)
Looks for text in the cell that should be unicode, like α and provides the
unicode version of it.