Cell


A single square that can contain data[2] in a spreadsheet. It is referred to by its cell reference[1] which is made up of its row[3] and column[4] index.

e.g. B4 will be the cell[5] where the second column (B) and the forth row (4) meet. Hence B4

Terms definitions
1. cell reference. The row and column name combined that references a specific cell. e.g. B4 Related Articles: UI Buttons to Spawn and Despawn Objects (Grid Layout)Glossary: Computer numerical controlledGlossary: CNCGlossary: Absolute ReferenceGlossary: Cell ReferenceSeparate Sprites from a Sprite Sheet« Back to Glossary Index
2. data. Raw facts or figures without context or meaning. e.g. 1, “Boris”, False Related Articles: UI Buttons to Spawn and Despawn Objects (Grid Layout)Glossary: Computer numerical controlledGlossary: CNCGlossary: Absolute ReferenceGlossary: Cell ReferenceSeparate Sprites from a Sprite Sheet« Back to Glossary Index
3. row. A horizontal series of cells in a spreadsheet. Usually represented by a number e.g. A3 is in row 3. Related Articles: UI Buttons to Spawn and Despawn Objects (Grid Layout)Glossary: Computer numerical controlledGlossary: CNCGlossary: Absolute ReferenceGlossary: Cell ReferenceSeparate Sprites from a Sprite Sheet« Back to Glossary Index
4. column. A vertical series of cells in a spreadsheet. Usually represented by a letter. e.g. B4 is in column B (the second column). Related Articles: UI Buttons to Spawn and Despawn Objects (Grid Layout)Glossary: Computer numerical controlledGlossary: CNCGlossary: Absolute ReferenceGlossary: Cell ReferenceSeparate Sprites from a Sprite Sheet« Back to Glossary Index
5. cell. A single square that can contain data in a spreadsheet. It is referred to by its cell reference which is made up of its row and column index. e.g. B4 will be the cell where the second column (B) and the forth row (4) meet. Hence B4 Related Articles: UI Buttons to Spawn and Despawn […]