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Old July 31st 09, 06:13 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.newusers
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Thank you for all of the tips-- this works great -- sorry I had another post
out there I can't find it so I had to start over.. (my bad) ..

I didn't know if there is a way to see all of your posts?
"H" wrote:

what about this when one of the columns has #div/0

"JoeU2004" wrote:

"Shane Devenshire" wrote:
Second =X2/T2*12 does the same calculation as your.
So the parentheses are not necessary here.

Well, if we're nitpicking style....

I wholly agree with deprecating unneeded parentheses when they encumber

But I would say that 12*X2/T2 is better than X2/T2*12 in most contexts.

Even though they are functionally equivalent, thanks to the equal precedence
of / and *, I would say that X2/T2*12 is easy to misinterpret, and it is
easy to raise questions about the intent ( X2/(T2*12)? ).

If I were to express X2/T2*12 in that order, I would either write X2/T2 * 12
(added spacing) or, in fact, (X2/T2)*12.

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"Shane Devenshire" wrote in
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I second Bob's comment on your other post - please post a question to only
one newgroup at a time.

You have plenty of answers between your two post, but let me encourage you
not to use the
=+(X2/T2)*12 syntax

First you don't need both = and + and in fact you should use only = to
your formulas. =- is OK but not =+ It doesn't affect the formula results
but it is extra typing, takes extra memory, and is bad style.

Second =X2/T2*12 does the same calculation as your. So the parentheses
not necessary here.

If this helps, please click the Yes button.

Shane Devenshire

"H" wrote:

Hey thanks -- is there a way to do something like this for - I'm getting
#Div/0 on a few cuz T is 0

"JLatham" wrote:

Here's one that's even more generic, but a little more dangerous - it
disregards virtually all errors, including divide by zero:
note that you can put something in there to show when it did have a
(most likely a divide by zero:

"H" wrote:

Hi - is there a way to avoid getting this result #DIV/0? Can I divide
and get
a line or something instead when there is nothing to divide by?


Thank you

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