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end-of-buffer in Guile

I don't see a way to get the occupied space of the spreadsheet grid in
Guile without running end-of-buffer in Siod-land and passing R and C
through a Guile call via an assembled string with exec-expr.  Is this
the canonical way to do this sort of thing?  It would be nice to have
more of the Siod functions for the Guile interpreter.