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Have in column C values, some of which end in =T.
I have data in columns D through H some values(numbers).
I'd like to do two things:
Obtain the number of cells that are in each column that have a
corresponding value that ends with a =T in column C.
Also, obtain the total of the values of the cells in each column, also
of which have a corresponding value that ends =T in column C

Tried messing with sumproduct, but haven't hit on the right formula.

TIA for thoughts.
Pierre


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See if these work for you:

Count:
=SUMPRODUCT(--(RIGHT($C$1:$C$10,2)="=T"),--(D110<""))

Sum:
=SUMPRODUCT(--(RIGHT($C$1:$C$10,2)="=T"),D110)

HTH,
Elkar


"Pierre" wrote:

Have in column C values, some of which end in =T.
I have data in columns D through H some values(numbers).
I'd like to do two things:
Obtain the number of cells that are in each column that have a
corresponding value that ends with a =T in column C.
Also, obtain the total of the values of the cells in each column, also
of which have a corresponding value that ends =T in column C

Tried messing with sumproduct, but haven't hit on the right formula.

TIA for thoughts.
Pierre


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=countif(c:c,"*=t")

I'm confused by the second question.
Maybe
=sumif(c:c,"*=t",d:d)
or
=countif(c:c,"*=t",d:d)

or
=sumproduct(--(right(c1:c100,2)="=t"),d1:d100)
Adjust the ranges to match--but you can't use whole columns (except in xl2007).

=sumproduct() likes to work with numbers. The -- stuff changes trues and falses
to 1's and 0's.

Bob Phillips explains =sumproduct() in much more detail he
http://www.xldynamic.com/source/xld.SUMPRODUCT.html

And J.E. McGimpsey has some notes at:
http://mcgimpsey.com/excel/formulae/doubleneg.html

Pierre wrote:

Have in column C values, some of which end in =T.
I have data in columns D through H some values(numbers).
I'd like to do two things:
Obtain the number of cells that are in each column that have a
corresponding value that ends with a =T in column C.
Also, obtain the total of the values of the cells in each column, also
of which have a corresponding value that ends =T in column C

Tried messing with sumproduct, but haven't hit on the right formula.

TIA for thoughts.
Pierre


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On Oct 30, 2:38 pm, Elkar wrote:
See if these work for you:

Count:
=SUMPRODUCT(--(RIGHT($C$1:$C$10,2)="=T"),--(D110<""))

Sum:
=SUMPRODUCT(--(RIGHT($C$1:$C$10,2)="=T"),D110)

HTH,
Elkar



"Pierre" wrote:
Have in column C values, some of which end in =T.
I have data in columns D through H some values(numbers).
I'd like to do two things:
Obtain the number of cells that are in each column that have a
corresponding value that ends with a =T in column C.
Also, obtain the total of the values of the cells in each column, also
of which have a corresponding value that ends =T in column C


Tried messing with sumproduct, but haven't hit on the right formula.


TIA for thoughts.
Pierre- Hide quoted text -


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Both takes worked like a charm. Thank you both, Elkar and Dave.

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On Oct 30, 2:40 pm, Dave Peterson wrote:
=countif(c:c,"*=t")

I'm confused by the second question.
Maybe
=sumif(c:c,"*=t",d:d)
or
=countif(c:c,"*=t",d:d)

or
=sumproduct(--(right(c1:c100,2)="=t"),d1:d100)
Adjust the ranges to match--but you can't use whole columns (except in xl2007).

=sumproduct() likes to work with numbers. The -- stuff changes trues and falses
to 1's and 0's.

Bob Phillips explains =sumproduct() in much more detail hehttp://www.xldynamic.com/source/xld.SUMPRODUCT.html

And J.E. McGimpsey has some notes at:http://mcgimpsey.com/excel/formulae/doubleneg.html

Pierre wrote:

Have in column C values, some of which end in =T.
I have data in columns D through H some values(numbers).
I'd like to do two things:
Obtain the number of cells that are in each column that have a
corresponding value that ends with a =T in column C.
Also, obtain the total of the values of the cells in each column, also
of which have a corresponding value that ends =T in column C


Tried messing with sumproduct, but haven't hit on the right formula.


TIA for thoughts.
Pierre


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Dave Peterson



This sumproduct stuff is indespensible. Thx. again.
Pierre




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Default Count number of cells and total in one column, based on anothercolumn suffix

=sumproduct() is very nice.

But if =countif() or =sumif() work, then you'll probably find them better to
use. I think you'll find that they have less of a footprint when the workbook
recalcs.

Pierre wrote:

On Oct 30, 2:40 pm, Dave Peterson wrote:
=countif(c:c,"*=t")

I'm confused by the second question.
Maybe
=sumif(c:c,"*=t",d:d)
or
=countif(c:c,"*=t",d:d)

or
=sumproduct(--(right(c1:c100,2)="=t"),d1:d100)
Adjust the ranges to match--but you can't use whole columns (except in xl2007).

=sumproduct() likes to work with numbers. The -- stuff changes trues and falses
to 1's and 0's.

Bob Phillips explains =sumproduct() in much more detail hehttp://www.xldynamic.com/source/xld.SUMPRODUCT.html

And J.E. McGimpsey has some notes at:http://mcgimpsey.com/excel/formulae/doubleneg.html

Pierre wrote:

Have in column C values, some of which end in =T.
I have data in columns D through H some values(numbers).
I'd like to do two things:
Obtain the number of cells that are in each column that have a
corresponding value that ends with a =T in column C.
Also, obtain the total of the values of the cells in each column, also
of which have a corresponding value that ends =T in column C


Tried messing with sumproduct, but haven't hit on the right formula.


TIA for thoughts.
Pierre


--

Dave Peterson


This sumproduct stuff is indespensible. Thx. again.
Pierre


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Dave Peterson


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