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Generally, if you use a Java-based interface for spreadsheet I/O, it doesn't matter much whether you use Octave 32-bit or Octave 64-bit.
 
Generally, if you use a Java-based interface for spreadsheet I/O, it doesn't matter much whether you use Octave 32-bit or Octave 64-bit.
 
However, the UNO interface (for LibreOffice & OpenOffice.org) is more pertinent: 64-bit Octave can only use a 64-bit LibreOffice with UNO, same for 32 bit.
 
However, the UNO interface (for LibreOffice & OpenOffice.org) is more pertinent: 64-bit Octave can only use a 64-bit LibreOffice with UNO, same for 32 bit.
 
  
 
==== Java example ====
 
==== Java example ====

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