Sorry, my version is 3.4.5.
On 08/20/13 04:02, Steve Edmonds wrote:
If I put 5,4,,,3,,2,1 in afile.csv and open it in LO3.6 I can then put
the equation =b1*c1 in an empty cell and the result is 0.
Do you not get that. What version of LO.
On 2013-08-20 15:07, email@example.com wrote:
So the cells are the result of opening a .csv file where the string
has nothing between commas such as
between the consecutive commas is nothing, so the cell should be made
On 8/19/2013 8:22 PM, Steve Edmonds wrote:
On 2013-08-20 13:02, Virgil Arrington wrote:
On 08/19/2013 03:10 PM, Gregory Smith - Oracle Sparc Verification
I have just tried in LO 3.6 and a blank cell is treated as zero. A
cell with text in it such as a space causes an error in
calculations. Do you mean that Excel and Open Office treat white
space characters as zero.
I am disappointed that Libre Office does not treat blank cells as
a zero in math calculations. I have a dozen spreadsheets from
Excel and Open Office that take advantage of this fact. Now I get
errors with Libre Office. Going back and retrofitting n(cell
reference) to achieve the translation is a ton of extra work. Am
I missing something.
I'm not sure what you're missing, but my LO spreadsheets always
treat blank cells as zeros. I'm not that well versed in
spreadsheets, but I've never had the problem you describe.
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