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Re: [libreoffice-documentation] in help...Calc/Text_Functions/nl, twice LENGTE()

I understand that LENGTE() is confirmed as Dutch for LENB()

But the question remains: what is Dutch for LEN()?

Le 14/03/19 à 21:45, Cor Nouws a écrit :
Hi Olivier, Dominique,

Olivier Hallot wrote on 3/14/19 7:06 PM:

It is a mistake in the Dutch translation of the Help page. The English
names of the functions are LENB and LEN, respectively, as shown in the
Dutch team, please HEADS UP!

Em 14/03/2019 14:13, Dominique Meeùs escreveu:
For the UI, I made sure key ID CcD9A is translated in LENB
For the HELP, LENGTE (keyID tE3dg ) now is LENB
The same for keyID fAPZv, kiHKC, BgQBW, SJoqC, (?? offkR, bZBAg)

For the UI, I changed LENB (keyID nKRuv) in LENGTE
(and checked these: wDSwp, VGBs7, (?? nmW8b, zmsSK)

Thanks for reporting, Dominique!


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