Yeah, the #DIV/0 might actually be a 532, huh? How do I make Calc show me
the error Code, not just the error Message?
What made me add that in there was that the explanation of that error
is " *Division
by 0*, or another calculation that results in an overflow of the defined
value range (*a value too big or too small*)."
Dividing by zero is the "too big" part of that.
I attached the spreadsheet I was using to replicate some of these errors.
The part that is relevant to this email is A2:E4
On Fri, Jun 5, 2020 at 2:07 AM Steve Fanning <email@example.com>
Thanks for that. I have accepted most of the changes and placed the
updated file in the Draft folder, ready for second review.
I did not accept one of the changes (in Table 2) because I'm not sure that
it is correct. As far as I was aware, error 503 gives a #NUM! error in the
cell, not a #DIV/0! error (unless you've come across a counterexample?).
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