In this post, we’re going look at how variables are set up and how they can store various pieces of information. We’re also going to look at reading and writing data from a spreadsheet, which is one of the most common tasks when working with one.
We offer a wide range of community contributions here on AppsScriptPulse. This one might be useful if you are just learning to code and want to understand some of the fundamentals or if you’ve been using Apps Script for a while learn about variable types available in the V8 runtime.
In our foreign language classes, one of the classic activities we do to help students learn new language, is to print phrases onto card, then cut the cards up. We then write the answers on the back of the cards. They then place the cards on a desk and then go through the cards one by one, trying to remember the correct answer.
Here we’re going to make a simple ladder card game using Apps Script and Google Sheets.
In case you didn’t know, Google Drive has the ability to store files and folders in more than one place at a time. So, you could have a file in a folder for a particular company and have the same file in a different folder which is where you store all the reports. It’s something you can’t do in a traditional computer folder system.