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Let me rephrase the question.... ;)

In the 'example' line we see:

56  302    28/151

The actual cell contents are:

56 302     0,18543046357615894039735099337748

Is it possible to get the values '28' and '151' as show by the fraction-formatter?

On 26-4-2019 19:01, Luuk wrote:

Is there an option to convert a cell with format 'Fraction' to text?


a       b       'a/b

52      297     52/297
56      302     28/151
66      311     66/311

in this third line, i want to get '28' and '151'....

i tried TEXT(C2;""), and FIND("/";C2;1),

On 26-4-2019 00:45, Remy Gauthier wrote:

I am assuming you are using Calc. There is no formula to do this: it is
a cell formatting accessible via Format -> Cells... -> Numbers Tab,
then go to the "Fraction" category. There you can select the # ???/???
format which will do what you are looking for.

I hope this helps.

Le jeudi 25 avril 2019 ?? 21:42 +0000, James a ??crit :
I need a formula that takes as input a percent and outputs a fraction
that only has whole numbers.
1% -> "1/100"
0.5% -> "1/200"
1.5% -> "3/200"

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