By Kenneth E. Iverson
Iverson K.E. A Programming Language. (Wiley, 1962)(ISBN 0471430145)
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Further, more technically in-depth reading on the subject of this section is available on Microsoft’s website. 1 Marking dependents for recalculation Excel’s method, outlined above, results in a rather brute-force recalculation of dependents regardless of whether the value of one the cells in a list has changed. Excel simply marks all dependents as needing to be recalculated in one pass, and then in the second pass recalculates them. This may well be the optimum strategy over all, but it’s worth bearing in mind when writing and using functions that may have long recalculation times.
5 String concatenation operator: & Where the string concatenation operator & is used, Excel will convert numbers to strings in a default number format, unrelated to any display format, with as much precision as required to represent the number accurately, up to the maximum precision supported. 6 Boolean binary operators: =,<, >,<=, >=,<> Where these operators are acting on strings, evaluations are case-insensitive. 4 Case-insensitive string comparisons Formula. . . evaluates to: ="A"="a" TRUE ="a">"Z" FALSE ="Z">"[" TRUE =CHAR(90)>CHAR(91) TRUE Apart from string case conversion, Excel does not convert operands for these operators.
Warning: Data Tables can recalculate much more slowly than repeated calculation of cells. Excel’s recalculation logic can also be a little hard to fathom with large Data Tables – it’s not always clear when the calculation is complete. 2 Goal Seek and Solver Add-in Excel provides two ways of solving for particular static cell values that produce a certain value in another cell. These are both commands, not functions, so you cannot automatically re-solve when something in your sheet changes. To achieve this you would need to write a user-deﬁned function that will implement some kind of solver.
A Programming Language by Kenneth E. Iverson