# Counting Odd Numbers In A Line?

Jun 13, 2009Is there an easy way of counting odd or even numbers in a row? I can't figure it out on countif, isodd, odd, count etc.

View 2 RepliesIs there an easy way of counting odd or even numbers in a row? I can't figure it out on countif, isodd, odd, count etc.

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I'm dealing with an Excel file with many cells and line-breaks. I'd like to have a count next to each cell with the total line-breaks in it.

Example:

A1_trial_____3

___trial

___trial

B1_trial_____1

C1_trial_____2

___trial

Do you know which formula I should put in the cell for counting the line-breaks?

I need to be able to paste information into excel and then get excel to read the characters to 50 and then move the other info to another line and do the same command again until it has read all the data and put it in lines of 50.

View 9 Replies View RelatedI have a line of numbers in one cell (B2). They look like this;

1, 21, 21, 94, 64, 2, 213

These numbers are currently in Decimal format (more on that later).

I need to "split" these numbers into individual cells and drop the comma. It would look like this;

B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9

1 21 21 94 64 2 213

I know I can use the "text to column" function but I was hoping for a VB script to do this.

The second part is I then need to convert the numbers from decimal to Hex and add a "0" to the front of any single digit numbers.

I can do this part using standard excel formulas with no problems but if it could be added to the script then that would be great.

The final thing needs to look like this;

B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9

01 15 15 5E 40 02 D5

1) I work with dozen's of tabs within workbooks, adding rows (that are numbered) etc. When I'm done and want to save the file, I usually go through this routine to make sure I'm at the top of each page before closing the file:

Ctrl-Home, Ctrl-Page Up, Ctrl-Home, Ctrl-Page Up ...through all tabs.

2) I also have to "add" all the extra line numbers (by dragging the last number I had in "row A", and filling down). I need to add the newly added rows to the "print area". Any easy way to do that?

Incrementing line numbers is a simple task.

If line Identification starts with

AA

AB

AC, why doesn't the same rules apply?

Highlight the cells then click and drag the corner down.

In my rows, I have 0, -1 and 1 and wanted to know how many 1s, 0s and -1s I have. So in the example below, there are 4 -1s, 4 0s and 3 1s.

-1

1

0

-1

1

0

-1

1

0

-1

0

Col AB has numbers from xero to 110 in descending order. I need a macro that will open a blank line between the numbers 29 and 30.

View 9 Replies View RelatedIf I number my lines of code and an error occurs, the use of Erl in the VBA will then return the exact VBA line number that the error occurred on. Is it possible to automatically capture or record that same effect when the macro process leaves its current sub and goes to another?

Reason: I'm trying to create a Call Stack that can be reported through an Error Handler that will include the exact location and process that the error occurred to better troubleshoot and understand where and why the error occurred.

The best I can come up with so far is manually putting in bookmarks along way so I know how far along the macro went before the error. From all of my searching I believe retrieving the Excel Call Stack is not possible and so one must be manually created.

Enclosed is an example of what I have so far. It goes through several macros and logs the Call Stack. It’s a work in progress so it is a little sloppy looking but it is functional. If a Sub finishes it is then taken out of the Call stack.

Several "BookMarks" are placed to give an idea of how far along the Macro has gone within that Sub. The Code for the Erl example is:

Sub SampleErrorWithLineNumbers()

Dim dblNum As Double

10 On Error Goto PROC_ERR

' Errors if table doesn't exist

20 Select Case Rnd()

Case Is < 0.2

30 dblNum = 5 / 0

40 Case Is < 0.4

50 dblNum = 5 / 0

60 Case Is < 0.6

70 dblNum = 5 / 0

80 Case Is < 0.8

90 dblNum = 5 / 0

100 Case Else

End Select

110 Exit Sub

PROC_ERR:

120 MsgBox "Error Line: " & Erl & vbCrLf & vbCrLf & _

"Error: (" & Err.Number & ") " & Err.Description, vbCritical

End Sub

I am trying to find a way of counting decimal numbers if, say, they begin with 3.

For example, I might have 3.33, 4.1, 3.0, 5.65, 3.8, 3.7, 3.33, etc.

I want to count anything that begins with 3 (3.33, 3.0, etc). Using the data above the answer would be 5 ...5 numbers that begin with a 3.

If this possible?

There doesn't appear to be the facility with Countif. I don't want to truncate the data (the spreadsheet already is quite extensive). I have tried using =SUMPRODUCT((Y$2:Y$170 >=3)*(Y$2:Y$170<=3.9)) but this will return an answer only when there is a complete set of data within cells within the range.

I use the following formula to count duplicate random numbers on Row 35 that occurred on Row 34:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(D35:I36<>""))-SUMPRODUCT((D35:I36<>"")/COUNTIF(D35:I36,D35:I36&""))

I would like to continue to compare against Row 34 and count duplicates on other rows (ex. Row 36 or Row 37) one row at a time.

In addition is it possible to visually identify the duplicates through conditional formatting (ex. Bold or color change) or other ways?

I need to create random numbers with 10 columns and 10 rows.

But for each line can not be the number opposite each decade.

79

22

48

70

04

98

09

41

32

56

[Code] ........

see the first line was generated as the number 79, then this same line, can not generate the number 97.

number 22 in this case is OK.

The first line was generated the number 84, then this is not the same line, you can generate the number 48.

The first line was generated the number 07, then this is not the same line, you can generate the number 70.

and so

97

22

84

07

40

98

90

14

23

65

I need a formula that will count the number of consecutive 3 0's from the following Data series. There are 22 such events.

0

6

15

[Code].....

i want Counting duplicate numbers in a string for example Counting 2

22241278-------- Count(2)=4

Is there a formula I can use to count the number of unique claim numbers in an excel column?

Is there a way that I can format a cell containing a number containing a decimal point to a number without a decimal point. Example, 205.55 to 20555

I wish to count the "number" of numbers in a cell i.e.

Cell A1 has the following data: 12 25 25

This should return 3

Simillarly 4546546545646456 1 2

Should also return 3

I will have data such as the above in a row so i need the count to be able to count a range as opposed to the single cell example above.

Furthermore I need a separate count to count the number or red numbers in a cell. Same parameters as above.

I have 2 Columns. One column represents calendar dates and the other column represents numbers between 0 and 7.

Therea re 10000 rows in this table.

I would like to count how many consecutive days I observe certain numbers numbers ( i.e 3+, 4+, 5+, etc)

I have a column that contains numbers relating to processing days. I need formulas that I can put into a results table that will show me processing timescales. I need to count up the number of 0s, 1s, 2s, 3s....9s and any numbers that are 10 and above. The column also contains #Value! errors and any formulas I have tried won't work with the error code and are also counting blank cells as 0 whereas I only want to count the cells in which 0 was typed in.

in a2:a277 i have numbers 1-10, randomly. in m2:m277 i have numbers 0-4, also randomly. i want to count how many of the 1s in column a have a corresponding 0, how many have a 1, how many have a 2, etc. if you just give me one formula i can manipulate it for all 40 outputs i need,

View 9 Replies View RelatedI have several thousands lines of data....much of the data is the same, 2-5 rows per person, but at the last two columns is different numbers/totals....I'd like to get those all into their own column so that each person has one row with all the data...I USUALLY would sit and sort by each total, shift them over to the right into their own columns, then sit and shift them all up to one line...but thats a carpal tunnel project and i know there must be an easier way....subtotalling brings the numbers down to one line once I have shifted each one over, but not the rest of the data....

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See the code below. It works fine but in the report that gets printed off, it doesn't display grid lines and line numbers .

[Code] .........

I am looking for a time saver macro,pretty easy to make i guess,as the theory is not difficult...but i am too newbie to make it. So i have an xls that has like 20k lines on Column A!And i have to seperate the numbers. I count the first 4 digits and I have to do it by adding a cell between them.

Example :

27289802

27289902

27289915

27289915

(add a null line)

27290202

27290302

27290316..................

i want to hide rows in accordance with the line numbers that have been determined with Macro, on G3 (Start Rows) and H3 (End Rows).

And i have attached my example file on excel (.xls)

I have thousands of lines of data that are of the following form:

Jackson, TN 9623 BCBS TN 98 UnitedHlthCare 2

Jacksonville, FL 3577 Aetna 47 BCBS FL 37

Knoxville, TN 3796 Cariten 44 John Deere 41

Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL 2165 UnitedHlthCare 31 Aetna 29

I need to separate these lines into columns such that, for example, the first line would be in 6 columns: (Jackson, TN) (9623) (BCBS TN) (98) (UnitedHlthCare) (2)

The delimiter does not work because some of there is no one character that always separates the text and the numbers. I've tried going through in word and typing something like '%' where I want to separate, but with thousands of lines of data that is extremely tedious.

Is there any formula I can use that would be capable of solving this?

Any way to make a formula that would "COUNT" the number of positive values from 0 to 999 (no negatives and nothing higher than 999). Another way of saying it would be values greater than or equal to 0 but not more than 999?

For example. If you had the following numbers in a list, I would like a formula that would only count the 3 numbers that are less than 1000 but equal to or greater than 0.

$370 $1,070 $1,400 $300 $1,160 ($4,720) $1,080 $1,170 $30 $1,050 $1,150

First, I have to say that I am very weak in VBA.

I have a section of code where I need to count the cells from J through BF in rows 42 through 76. The code snippet I'm working on is:

Code:

For r = 42 To 76 Step 1

if Application.WorksheetFunction.Count(Range("J" & r:"BP" & r)) = 0 Then

Err = Err + 1

[Code]....

The code checker highlights the ':' in the 'Range .... = 0' with the message "Expected: list separator or )".

I have a fairly large spread sheet where I need to count the number of instances where the number in one column matches the number adjacent to it in a second column.

View 9 Replies View RelatedIs there any way I can display line numbers against the code in the Visual Basic Editor?

Or can I see in the current line number in the status bar?

or GoTo Line number?

i have a spreadsheet with 21,000 part numbers. I am trying to group the like part numbers, then leave a space between the unlike part numbers. right now my spreadsheet has a space between each part number and i want to eliminate that. but also keeping the part's qty, date, etc. with it.

View 14 Replies View RelatedI run a report that dumps from data from an ERP system. I've attached a sample of this report in excel that has two sheets. A summary and the data.

I am able to report on the total number of Purchase order lines and total purchase orders using various formulas. I am also able to use formulas to report on the number of lines associated with each product in the I column.

However I cannot, how to calculate the number of unique Po# (B Column) numbers based on the Product (I Column) .....

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