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--- Comment #11 from Eike Rathke <> ---
So, actually Google got this wrong, the 't' attribute indicates the cell's data
type, which is of the cell value (<v> element), not the formula string (that is
the <f> element) but the formula result.

See ECMA-376 c (Cell)
18.18.11 ST_CellType (Cell Type)

Excel uses t="str" for a formula result string, that is not a formula string
... probably because t="s" could not be used because the result string is not a
shared string, and with t="inlineStr" the <v> element could not be used for the
result but an <is> element instead but formulas can't return rich strings ...

That's totally f*cked up.

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