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Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Calc functions not described in the Help system

Hello Steve

Some functions are indeed not documented, and experts are welcome.
Specifically for OPT_ :

The XCL and EXCEL2003 suffixes in function name is for compatibility
with Excel


There is an explanation off the MATH suffix, but I agree that an entry
specific is better.

On the others, please open a bug for the records, and add bug 80430 in
the "BLocks" field so it will be linked to bug 80430 meta bug.

Thank you and kind regards


A collection of Help contents gap and bugs

Em 11/11/2019 14:21, Steve Fanning escreveu:
> The following Calc functions do not appear to be described in the
> LibreOffice v6.3 Help system. Should I raise a bug in the Bugzilla
> system at https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/ to cover these omissions?
> Obviously if a function doesn’t appear in the Help system, then the Help
> button on the Function Wizard dialog cannot work as expected when that
> function is selected. Should I raise a different bug for that, or would
> it be covered by the first one?
> 1)      FINDB
> 2)      FLOOR.MATH
> 3)      FLOOR.XCL
> 5)      OPT_BARRIER
> 6)      OPT_PROB_HIT
> 8)      OPT_TOUCH
> 9)      PDURATION
> 10)    REPLACEB
> 11)    SEARCHB
> Regards,
> Steve

Olivier Hallot
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