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In fact if I change your function
Test = r(3)

the result is -2.8421709430404E-005
showing that 17 would be correct.

For these situations I often add my own tolerance to limit sensitivity


On 5/07/12 1:50 PM, alex sato wrote:

I have a problem with functions I made.

Let's say I create the function:

Function Test (n)
dim r(3)
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?

By the way, I downloaded and installed the latest version of LibreOffice
before write this email to make sure that is not a solved bug. And I tried
this at least in 3 computers.

Thanks in Advance

Alex Mitsio Sato

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