Modifying A Formula


G

Guest

I would like to use this formula "=ConcatUF(times!B7:B16,";",FALSE,FALSE)"
in the table below.

ColA ColB ColC
Row1 Time A B
Row2 10:30:00 AM
Row3 9:30:00 AM


My data table is setup like this:

ColA ColB ColC
Row1 Time A B
Row2 9:30:00 AM E1 GG
Row3 9:30:00 AM Y0 D1
Row4 10:30:00 AM U4 Q1

Can the formula be modified to perform the concatenation like this:

ColA ColB ColC
Row1 Time A B
Row2 10:30:00 AM U4 Q1
Row3 9:30:00 AM E1;Y0 D1;Q1

Thank you in advance.
 
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M

Mangesh Yadav

Its a User Defined Function. You need to provide the code for it. The UF in
the name of the function says that its a user function. Press Alt F11 to
view the code. Check the standard modules on the left and see where the code
is and post it.

Mangesh
 
B

Bob Phillips

I can see that ConcatUF is a UDF of yours, which you don't show, but I don't
get what the formula currently does or what you want.

Can you try re-posting with the start data (use a character as a cell
delimiter like ||) and expected results?

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HTH

RP
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G

Guest

Hi Bob. Thank you trying to help me.

The function concatenates a selected range. I tried to show the expected
results in the last table of my post:

ColA ColB ColC
Row1 Time A B
Row2 10:30:00 AM U4 Q1
Row3 9:30:00 AM E1;Y0 D1;Q1

For example in B2, I need a formula to look at the value in $A2 and $B1,
find all values in the data table that map up to these 2 cells, and
concatenate them with a ";" as the separator.

Sorry I can't explain this any better.

Thank you again.
 
B

Bob Phillips

Carl,

Sorry to keep pushing mate, but that data looks scrambled to me. I cannot
tell whether Row 1 is a label in a cell, signifies a row or what, And is the
10:30:00 in B, C.? Is AM U4 Q1 all in one cell. If you could relay before
and after I can give it a shot, but at present I am not clear what is
required.

Another thing, is this to work on a set of rows, or just one? If the former,
can you give an example with more than one row of results?

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HTH

RP
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G

Guest

Thanks again Bob. The fomating of this post makes it tough to explain.
Perhaps I could send you an example spreadsheet. If so, just let me know
where to send it.
 
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G

Guest

THanks again. Was not sure how to use the link below. I sent you an example
directly. Appreciate your help.
 
B

Bob Phillips

Carl,


a little different that the layout that you asked for, but it does work. It
will look like

09:30:05 || A || E1;Y0;U4;S2;AG;Q0;B5
09:30:05 || B || S7;C2:A5
09:30:15 || B || MA;G7;A6;N4
09:30:15 || A || K0;B7;CK;SC;AK;AJ

Add the UDF below to a standard code module.

Then in the worksheet where you want the formula, select an array of cells
that will be at least as many columns and rows as you want, hit F2, and in
the formula bar, enter your formula, such as
=MultiConcat(C5:C256,";")
which is an array formula, so commit with Ctrl-Shift-Enter.

BTW I found the original UDF, a gem from Bernie Dietrick. I removed the
unique and filtered options as well.

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HTH

RP
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B

Bob Phillips

What a prat :). And worst of all, I deleted it so I have had to re-do it
.... sigh!

Here it is

Option Explicit

Function MultiConcat(rng As Range, _
Optional separator As String = ",")
Dim cell As Range
Dim cSize As Long
Dim fByRows As Boolean
Dim fNotFirst As Boolean
Dim aryData
Dim vKey1, vkey2
Dim i As Long, j As Long
Dim stemp

'validate input
If rng.Rows.Count > 1 And rng.Columns.Count > 1 Then
MultiConcat = "Select a single column or row array"
Exit Function
ElseIf rng.Rows.Count = 1 And rng.Columns.Count = 1 Then
MultiConcat = "Oly one cell selected"
ElseIf rng.Rows.Count > 1 Then
fByRows = True
cSize = rng.Rows.Count
Else
cSize = rng.Columns.Count
End If

'initialise all the checking data
vKey1 = rng(1, 1).Offset(0, -1).Value
vkey2 = rng(1, 1).Offset(0, 1).Value
'allow an extra 2 for the check values
ReDim aryData(1 To cSize, 1 To cSize + 2)
aryData(1, 1) = vKey1
aryData(1, 2) = vkey2
i = 1: j = 3
stemp = ""
For Each cell In rng
If cell.Value <> "" Then
If cell.Offset(0, -1) = vKey1 And cell.Offset(0, 1).Value =
vkey2 Then
If fNotFirst Then
stemp = stemp & separator & cell.Value
Else
stemp = cell.Value
fNotFirst = True
End If
Else
aryData(i, j) = stemp
stemp = ""
'clear down the rest of this dimension of the array
If j < UBound(aryData, 2) Then
For j = j + 1 To UBound(aryData, 2)
aryData(i, j) = ""
Next j
End If
stemp = cell.Value
aryData(i, 1) = vKey1
aryData(i, 2) = vkey2
vKey1 = cell.Offset(0, -1).Value
vkey2 = cell.Offset(0, 1).Value
i = i + 1
j = 3
End If
End If
Next cell

'pick up o/s data
aryData(i, 1) = vKey1
aryData(i, 2) = vkey2
aryData(i, j) = stemp
'clear down the rest of this dimension of the array
If j < UBound(aryData, 2) Then
For j = j + 1 To UBound(aryData, 2)
aryData(i, j) = ""
Next j
End If

'clear down the rest of the array
If i < UBound(aryData, 1) Then
For i = i + 1 To UBound(aryData, 1)
For j = 1 To UBound(aryData, 2)
aryData(i, j) = ""
Next j
Next i
End If

MultiConcat = aryData
End Function


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HTH

RP
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G

Guest

Hi Bob. Is there a limit on the length of the cell range I am trying to
concatenate.

I found that if I enter this:

=multiconcat(C4:C75,";")

all goes well. However if I increase to:

=multiconcat(C4:C76,";")

The formula returns #VALUE!.

Am I entering the formula incorrectly ?

Thanks Again.
 
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B

Bob Phillips

Hi Carl,

Yeah, it must be the size of the array that is the problem.

I have dimensioned the array both ways at maximum size, this is overkill and
a problem here. Try changing this line


ReDim aryData(1 To cSize, 1 To cSize + 2)

to

ReDim aryData(1 To cSize, 1 To 12)

or a number 2 greater that the maximum number of values in C for any date,
letter combination.


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HTH

RP
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