Am 05.07.2012 03:50, alex sato wrote:
Hi,
I have a problem with functions I made.
Let's say I create the function:
Function Test (n)
dim r(3)
r(0)=int(n)
r(1)=n-r(0)
r(2)=r(1)*100
r(3)=int(r(2))
Test = r
End Function
Then, in a empty spreadsheet take the following steps:
-select A1:D1
-press [F2]
-Insert the formula =TEST(E1)
-press [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[ENTER]
-insert 11,18 in E1 and see the result in cell D1
I think the result should be 18 but I'm getting 17
Where is the error?
E1: input value
A1: =INT($E1)
B1: =$E1-$A1
C1: =$B1*100
D1: =INT($C1)
This is how it works in all spreadsheet applications. It applies to any
other row where you copy the formulas to.
You may even save this simple calculation in xls(x) format and it will
work in Excel.
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