I basically I have a column with numbers. All the numbers are positive integers. What I like to do is have a VBA function that extracts the integers with the largest number of digits. So for example if we have the following column:
So basically we search for largest number of digits, and extract the numbers that fit this category, which could be just one number or multiple numbers.
I have a long string that has a list of digits in the middle that I want to extract. The string is variable length and the number of digits I want to extract is 5-7. I also have slashes in between the numbers I want to extract. I need a UDF that allows me to extract the 5-7 digit number from the string and restrict around the slashes (i.e. if two sets of digits in the string match the condition for extraction, extract the one around the slashes.) For example my original data is like
I wrote an excel program in Excel'03 for a dental office to manage state assistance patients and one of the table columns is the state assistance number. The problem is that the program defaults to a number format when it is entered instead of a text format, which is what I want. The issue is that state assistance numbers are always 8 digits and when it defaults to a number field the program drops the required preceeding zeros.
For example the number 00123456 will sometimes show up as 123456, which is wrong. It's like sometimes it will show up right and other times it gets a butterfly in its brain and deletes those zeros irritating the receptionist here. So, how do I get the table to either stay in text format or set up a number format that keeps the preceeding zeros?
Can a vba macro be provided for splitting a number into digits? The number will be in Sheet 1 but splitted number will be on sheet 2. Splitting of numbers means a number entered into a cell will be splitted into different column/cells with one digit per cell.
In my worksheet there is a column with values of either 3 or 4 numbers. If the value only has 3 numbers I would like to add a space before the first number, to ensure the proper line-up when saving the sheet as a text file. How can I do this (conditional formatting or macro??)
I need to calculate the sum of digits in a numeric string. The function should keep on adding the digits of each result, till the final sum is a single digit. Please refer to the following example and result expected:-
I have a calculated field which is essentially two concatenated values (DDMMYY and sequential numbers starting from 1). I want it so that any single digits will automatically have a zero in front (e.g. 01, 02, 03 etc). The concatenating takes place in VBA so it has to be coded...
Need a formula in M2 that will count the number of digits that match in each row. The digits in H:L compared to the master list in A:A119766. The count will be from 0-5 for each row. The digits must be in same column....
I would like a function that checks an input number to see if it contains unique digits. If the digits are unique the output is 1 else the output is -1. Thus, supposing we call the function UNIQ(), we find UNIQ(15423) = 1 but UNIQ(154532) = -1. The input is always a positive integer.
I have problems in PASTING my 19 digit number from the source report into excel.
E.g, the original value is 8321515222222123122 but it always transfer to 8321515222222120000
I have tried the simple cell format setting, that is after pasting, I set the cells to text, but it doesn't help and also try the custom fomat "###################", but it is still the same result with the last 4 digit lost.
What I want the format to be is not in scientfic and have to be full display.
I need Excel to create Date's of Birth from following data in column A. If the data are 7 numbers long, I need to add a '0' to the start and have used the custom format of 0#######. This works fine but I need the data in column B to just display the first 4 digits. I have used =LEFT(A1,4) to do this, but it's not picking up the 0's which I've added.
I am wanting to create a VB script that will take a number (in general format) of two or three digits, convert it to text, then make sure that there are enough zeros preceeding the number to make exactly 6 digits. Examples of the initial number (before the macro is run) and the final number (after it is run): ..
I have a large file with cells filled with text (converted from a database, imported into Excel). The text is in rows of column A and always contains a 16 digit number, which is what I need. I am able to clean up this text and show only this number, but then Excel shows the last digit as a '0'.
An example of the text I need to filter the 16-digit number from: GIRO 6838657 K MAHMODBETALINGSKENM. 7062542158461684 STORNOADMINISTRATIEVE REDEN 1 ZIE DE TOEGEZONDEN KENNISGEVINGVAN VERHAAL OF CJIC.NL/VZD
I've altered some of the information in here so this is fake. The text is messy but all I need is the number.
This is the macro I use to clean up the text and leave only the 16 digit number:
Sub CleanUp Dim e As Variant With CreateObject("VBScript.RegExp")
It sort of works, but when I run it, I get this number as a result: 7062542158461680 (last digit is changed into a zero).
I've been trying to insert this line into the macro but it doesn't work: Columns("A:A").NumberFormat = "@"
How do I change the outcome of this macro into the actual number?
If this is impossible to do, I can also manage if there is a way to filter only the last 9 digits from the 16 digit number. I can work with that, too.
I am working on my project for VBA and I need to make a program for Large Factorials sch as 25!, which is too big to fit as a Long-integer. I basically have to find a way around this by storing the numbers as arrays F() and C(). Array F is for the multiplication of each cell of memory, and C is for the carries, which will later be added. I need to separate the hundreds, tens and units of each multiplication.
To Further explain, lets say I have 12!; to find this I would take the previously calculated 11! (by using a loop) and multiply 12 by each memory cell of the array F(). So it's kind of like multiplying by hand, you bring down the units and put the carries on top to be added later. I would store the carries as one or two memory locations over of the current I, or the current loop number. So the units of the mult. would be stored as F(I), the tens would be carried and stored as C(I+1), and the hundreds would also be carried, but this time two cells over, so C(I+2)
The main problem I have is finding the proper code to split the number into units, tens, and hundreds, and then assigning them to their appropriate memory cells within their respective arrays.
Here's what I have so far:
Code: Dim F(1 To 30), C(1 To 30), N As Integer, Fact As Long, Length As Integer, space As Integer Sub LargeFactorialCalc() Open "F:project.txt" For Output As #1
F(1) = 1 N = InputBox("Enter the number you would like to take the factorial of: ")
I have 4 and 5 digit numbers. For the 4 digit numbers, I want to be able to distinguish between the numbers by the last digit. For the 5 digit numbers, I want to be able to distinguish between the numbers by the last two digits.
Example: For 4 digit numbers, I would like to do something with all numbers ending in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. For 5 digit numbers, I would like to do something with numbers ending in 10, 11, 12, 20, 21, etc.
The first step in being able to do this, I guess is distiguishing between 4 and 5 digit numbers, which I know can be done by the number lenght. However, the second part of looking at the last digit or the two last digits I don't know how to do.