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Note to both of you Apple-non-fanbois out there, there was no V1.x for Windows: Excel was first released for the Mac.
When ported to Windows 2.x the versions for both OSes were synced at 2.0.
DSLs can be a useful tool in the box for specific tasks though.
High-level is good in general, at least to get started – don't try to do your business plans in assembler.
Even for those of you for whom Excel is a spring chicken, how many applications or even operating systems are you still using of a similar age outside the Office suite? Is that still your grandfather's axe, now that you have replaced the head and your father replaced the handle?
Microsoft's legendary spreadsheet software was born in November 1987.
A couple of years before Excel's 2.0 debut, the First Circuit had found command menus to be an uncopyrightable "method of operation".
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I still have a licensed boxed copy of Excel sitting in a cupboard, but have not felt the need to even load it onto a laptop for years. Adam Hadley, chief executive of Quant Spark, took the time to chew the fat with me: what's it all about?
Microsoft's previous bad form on a number of fronts including security and anti-competitive behaviour makes me an "anything-but-Excel" guy and I suspect that I'm not the only one. (Cast from your mind those in-sheet count-down timers until holiday time, or beer-o'clock on a Friday...) Hadley says he sometimes has difficulty steering people to more appropriate "harder" tools for some jobs such as R, MATLAB, Python and so on.