What do you guys like best?
var row1 = row2.RowAbove();
var row3 = row2.RowBelow();
var row1 = row2.Previous();
var row3 = row2.Next();
I like the sound of row.Next() but it feels too much like recordset nomenclature where the ".Next()" advances the record reference of the current object but it doesn't return anything. It seems the ".Next()" is better suited for the following
var row = worksheet.Row(2);
Console.WriteLine(row.RowNumber()); // Prints 3
On the other hand I like row.RowBelow() because it's very "discoverable".
What do you guys think?
btw, yes... these are the kind of things that keep me awake at night.