[r-t] Proving

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Wed Apr 12 08:21:59 UTC 2006

Matthew: "in cell B2 type a formula like =IF(A1=A2;1;0)..."

I'm guessing you normally use OpenOffice Spreadsheet? 

Me: "It's neater, more elegant and more powerful to use arrays.  Have a
look at the webpage http://www.cpearson.com/excel/duplicat.htmm for more

Sorry - typo focus - the correct URL is:

Tony Cox:
"I think it's time to step back from the ever more complex (and still
highly flawed) decision on extension and take a wider view... "

I agree, though I suspect my step back would be bigger than your step

Philip Saddleton was telling me about some similar ideas of his
yesterday after the ASCY meeting - perhaps he would like to comment?


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