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I am attempting to understand a formula that was suggested for use
within MSExcel2016 so I might us it within LibreOffice Calc.
The formula is:
When I copy/paste this formula first into Notepad and then copy/paste
from Notepad into a LO Calc spreadsheet, a #VALUE! error is returned.
I have not ever used e.g., INDEX(A:A) nor ROW(1:1) as a range
identifier/specifier within a formula, so I wonder if they are
acceptable within LO Calc, or is that causing the error, #VALUE! ? I
believe those identify/specify the entire [A] column and the entire 
row; is there an equivalent within LO Calc.
Once the error is cleared then I will continue to attempt to understand
what the formula is calculating/doing within LO Calc. I can see that it
is evaluating the data within cell $G$2, the LARGEST value within A:A,
within E:E, and within F:F; but not much else is making any sense for me
to understand. A simplified example would be appreciated here.
Thanks for reading about my problem and for your comments/reply.
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