I have a spreadsheet with three columns: year, month, day. In the 4th column
I use the DATE() function to create a date from these columns. It works fine
if there are valid data, but if the month and day column are empty, the
results are surprising.
is the same as:
which turns out to be:
30 Nov, 1994
I would rather the system generate an error warning (e.g., "data out of
range") than silently produce a counter-intuitive result.
Am I missing something obvious here?
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