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Return 2D array from Google Apps Script


Return 2D array from Google Apps Script

By : user2185514
Date : November 22 2020, 04:01 AM
To fix the issue you can do Issue:
D18:D23 doesn't look like test ( ['alex', 'alecia', 'conrad', 'keenan', 'Beebo', 'jacques', 'jeremy', 'susan', 'jay']). It's a 2D dimensional array. It looks like: [[D18],[D19],[D20],[D21],[D22],[D23]]
code :
function SPLITARR(rowData, numberOfCol) {
  return rowData.reduce(function(acc, curr, idx) {
    idx % numberOfCol === 0
      ? acc.push(curr)
      : (acc[acc.length - 1] = acc[acc.length - 1].concat(curr));
    return acc;
  }, []);
}


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How to return an array (Google apps script) to a HTML sidebar?

How to return an array (Google apps script) to a HTML sidebar?


By : user3349588
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times I would like to return some array I made in my code.gs to my HTML sidebar and use it to fill a select, I have this so far: , You can either use successHandler or just call the script, as such:
code :
google.script.run.withSuccessHandler(onSuccess).ExampleArray();

function onSuccess( values ){
  $.each(values, function(key, value) {   
     $('#Select1')
         .append($("<option></option>")
         .attr("value",key)
         .text(value)); 
  });
}
<?
  var data = ExampleArray();
?>
Google Apps Script return array values and use them in a javascript function

Google Apps Script return array values and use them in a javascript function


By : user3798552
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you You need a withSuccessHandler() method chained to your google.script.run:
code :
function hello() {
  google.script.run
    .withSuccessHandler(injectHTML)
    .test();
}

//This captures the returned string from the server side code
function injectHTML(argReturnedArray) {
  //To Do - code to inject the HTML

};
JSON.stringify(yourArray);
return JSON.stringify(locations);
function injectHTML(argReturnedArray) {
  /* Put the array into the browsers window object in order to make the
  *  array named myReturnedArray available to all other functions.
  */
  window.myReturnedArray = JSON.parse(argReturnedArray);

  //To Do - code to inject the HTML
};

//Get the array in another function
function myOtherFunction() {
  //Get the array from the browsers window object
  var theArray = window.myReturnedArray;
  var i=0, thisElement="";
  for (i=0;i<theArray.length;i+=1) {
    thisElement = theArray[i];
  }
};
Google Apps Script to turn in, grade, and return a Google Classroom Assignment

Google Apps Script to turn in, grade, and return a Google Classroom Assignment


By : greyboxing
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Short answer
Course work submissions (assignments, questions) could only be done by students or by using their credentials. We could uso OAuth for this but if you don't want to use OAuth, then turn in the course work by using the student account, in other words, make a function to be ran by with the student account and make another function to do the the patch / return operations with the teacher / domain administrator account.
code :
function doPatch(){
  var courseId = '6915813348';
  var courseWorkId = '11297534926';
  var studentSubmissions = Classroom.Courses.CourseWork.StudentSubmissions.list(courseId, courseWorkId,{'userId':'someone@gmail.com'});
  var id = studentSubmissions['studentSubmissions'][0].id;

  var studentSubmission = {  
    'assignedGrade': 99,  
    'draftGrade': 80  
  }  

  Classroom.Courses.CourseWork.StudentSubmissions.patch(  
    studentSubmission,
    courseId,
    courseWorkId,
    id,
    {
      'updateMask':'assignedGrade,draftGrade'  
    }
  );
}
Google Apps Script - return output from apps script function back to the html file javascript function

Google Apps Script - return output from apps script function back to the html file javascript function


By : user1567516
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help When calling server side functions using google.script.run you need to define a success handler, which will asynchronously receive your response.
See the examples on: https://developers.google.com/apps-script/guides/html/communication
code :
  function onSuccess(synonyms ) {
    console.log(synonyms);
  }

  google.script.run.withSuccessHandler(onSuccess).doSomething();
Unable to return Array [Google apps script]

Unable to return Array [Google apps script]


By : Jörg Hedtmann
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out Unfortunately, one of the documented limitations of google.script.run (still valid as of March 2019) is that you can't pass a Date object in any way, including as part of an array.
You can either call getDisplayValues() instead of getValues() on a range to only fetch an array of Strings to begin with, or you can convert Date objects to Strings by processing the getValues() array.
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