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Note that if start and stop are equal, this function produces a number of copies of start equal to step. For example, the operation data(1,1,4) returns {1,1,1,1}. Related Functions size, [ ] array reference Transform Function Descriptions 37 Transform Function Reference diff Summary The diff function returns a range or ranges of numbers which are the differences between a given number in a range and the preceding number. The value of the preceding number is subtracted from the value of the following number.

Example 2 For the operation y = if(x < 2 or x > 4,99,x), an x value less than 2 or greater than 4 returns a y value of 99, and all other x values return a y value equal to the corresponding x value. If you set x = {1,2,3,4,5}, then y is returned as {99,2,3,4,99}. The condition was true for the first and last x range entries, so 99 was returned. The condition was false for x = 2, 3, and 4, so the x value was returned for the second, third, and fourth x values. else function proceeds along one of two possible series of calculations based on a specified condition.

Blockheight, blockwidth subblock blockheight, blockwidth Summary Syntax The blockheight and blockwidth functions return the number of rows or columns, respectively, of a defined block of cells from the worksheet. blockheight(block) blockwidth(block) The block argument can be a variable defined as a block, or a block function statement. Example For the statement x = block(2,1,12,10) 32 Transform Function Descriptions Transform Function Reference The operation cell(1,1) = blockheight(x) places the number 10 in column 1, row 1 of the worksheet The operation cell(1,2) = blockwidth(x) places the number 11 in column 1, row 2 of the worksheet.

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