Wayne Brisette wrote in post #1096314:
> If you're using the spreadsheet gem (which I am for one script), then
> you'll
> have to use .to_i since values are always brought in as real numbers. If
> the
> issue is that you may have a nil value, just do this:
>
> excel_value.to_i if excel_value.!nil?
>
> Wayne
>
>

This is the column as an example :

Tax code
========

wst-45
tre-2%
12.45%
10
5
ascht5


where different kind of values can be present. And I am using 
"win32ole". So how could I use the "to_i"?

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