Brian Barker wrote:
At 12:58 08/09/2013 -0300, Bruno Schneider wrote:
(omissions for brevity)
so you can fill this down into F2.
How does this second method work? Well, the test of equality gives a
value which can be interpreted as a number: 1 for TRUE and 0 for
FALSE. Multiplying this by your "value" switches each value on or off
in the sum.
I trust this helps.
Typo found : switch the B's and C's so that the function reads:
and it works.
Thanks ... I did enjoy that, and I learned something!
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