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    HackSlash commented  · 

    JavaScript is like a trash for many reasons. Every complaint you could have with VBA is also true for JS. It's much worse in some ways like global variables, type coercion, and error handling. I can't imagine why anyone would complain about VBA and suggest that JS is a viable replacement.

    It makes far more sense for the official language to be VB.NET as this is the rightful heir to VBA7.

    I would love to see a VBE based on VSCode that accepts both VBA and VB.NET modules. It should be noted that you can already compile extensions for Office if you would like to code in C# or VB.NET. The VBE is much faster and easier. The interpreted nature of it makes it a great learning tool.

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    HackSlash commented  · 

    Do you mean convert tables to Dynamic Arrays? It looks like Dynamic Arrays can do everything that tables can do plus the source data can expand just like the table itself.

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    HackSlash commented  · 

    In the total row I see 8 options plus a 9th custom option. It would make sense that we would want to use more than one of these. I need at least 4 when I came looking for this answer. Currently, they are just rows below the table. I would like them to be part of the table.

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