Congratulations, y'all! LibreOffice Calc is no better than Microsoft Excel!
Is that intentional?
Just like Excel, LibreOffice Calc cannot deal with Table of over 2^20 Rows!
Why do we still have such limits, in this age of (supposedly) 64 bit Software?
I have an official US Document with over two (2) Million Data Rows!
Hey! That's a rather weird way of kindly asking others to solve a problem you're having for you.
(In reply to David Halliday from comment #0)
> Is that intentional?
There probably wasn't much demand for it, plus these tend to be non-trivial amount of work, eg. here's the commit from 10 years ago that increased the limit to 1 million rows:
(it's actually not that bad compared to the much more complex case of increasing the column limit to 16k that is being worked on)
> Just like Excel, LibreOffice Calc cannot deal with Table of over 2^20 Rows!
> Why do we still have such limits, in this age of (supposedly) 64 bit
I don't know, what did Microsoft say? Jokes aside, I'd say mostly memory, maybe the average amount of memory in computers increased 4- to 8-fold in ten years, which isn't a lot compared to the increase in addressable space you're comparing to.
I'll leave the actual assessment of the feature request to a Calc expert.
Actually yes does with the 7.0.0 release for work on bug 50916
Supporting 2^24 rows and column count of 2^14