excel-formula-print VS SQLiteC-for-VBA

Compare excel-formula-print vs SQLiteC-for-VBA and see what are their differences.

excel-formula-print

VBA macro to print formulas with variable names (by chris-hendrix)

SQLiteC-for-VBA

SQLite library for VBA wrapping ADODB and SQLite C-language API. (by pchemguy)
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excel-formula-print SQLiteC-for-VBA
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0.0 7.6
over 1 year ago 9 months ago
VBA VBA
- MIT License
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excel-formula-print

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

SQLiteC-for-VBA

Posts with mentions or reviews of SQLiteC-for-VBA. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-12-13.
  • [EXCEL] SQLite C/ADO VBA library with reflection
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/vba | 13 Dec 2021
    Complete project source code with dependencies is available from the GitHub repo and the project documentation - from the GitHub pages site. I perform unit testing under x32/VBA6 (Excel XP/2002 SP3) and x64/VBA7 (Excel 2016) environments. With the entire repository cloned on Windows 10 and the two dependencies (the SQLiteODBC driver and the RubberDuck VBA add-in) installed, the following two quick checks can be executed right away from the immediate pane. This command ?LiteMan(":mem:").ExecADO.GetScalar("SELECT sqlite_version()") returns SQLite library version used by the SQLiteODBC driver (usually embedded), e.g., 3.23.3, and this command ?SQLiteC("").CreateConnection(":mem:").ExecADO.GetScalar("SELECT sqlite_version()") returns SQLite library version loaded by the project, e.g., 3.37.0. The project also includes a set of examples, which should also run out-of-the-box (see documentation).

What are some alternatives?

When comparing excel-formula-print and SQLiteC-for-VBA you can also consider the following projects:

excel-essential-tools - This is an Excel addin, which extends Excel's default functionaility by more than 50 tools.

VBA-Better-Array - An array class for VBA providing features found in more modern languages

QRCodeLibVBA - QR Code generator library in VBA

SQLiteForExcel - A lightweight wrapper to give access to the SQLite3 library from VBA.

Rubberduck - Every programmer needs a rubberduck. COM add-in for the VBA & VB6 IDE (VBE).

VBA-ExtendedDictionary - Dictionary object that extends the Scripting.Dictionary

VBA-SQL-Library - Object-based Database Interaction for VBA. Create SQL Statements with VBA objects instead of string concatination.

VBA-macros - Some VBA macros for personal use