On 4/2/19 2:54 PM, Robert Großkopf wrote:
This thread is about CONCATENATE being dysfunctional in that it accepts
ranges, but does not act on them correctly. Please stop referring to CONCAT
as the reason that CONCATENATE is broken.
Please read the first mail of jonathon.
"With previous versions of LibO, concatenate(b1:b200) would concatenate
all cells between b1 and b200."
He has been looking for a functionality of CONCAT and wanted to use
CONCATENATE, which never worked in this way.
It doesn't matter if concat or concatentate is the correct command to
use. Neither concat(a20:a200) nor concatentate(a20:a200) return the
expected the result. Both return the value in a20.
Prior to LibO 6.2.2, (a20:a200) would return a single string, containing
the contents all the cells between a20 & a200, inclusive.
The only work around I've found is to create half a dozen cells,
concatenating 30 cells each,then concatenating them, and then
concatenating them, if needed.
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