# Calculate The Check Digit

Nov 1, 2009who can provide me a full formula enabling me to calculate the check digit(MOD 10) of the a given number?

who can provide me a full formula enabling me to calculate the check digit(MOD 10) of the a given number?

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How do I create a formula that will calculate a check digit for a 9-digit number using MOD 10? The weighting is 212121212. The problem I am having is that if the sum of the product is in double digits, they must be treated as individual digits.

Example:

Number To Be Calculated: 0 0 4 4 5 5 5 2 5

Weighting: 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2

Sum: 0+0+8+4+1+0+5+1+0+2+1+0

22/10 = 2 r2

10-2 = 8 (Check Digit)

Is it possible to create such a formula? I need to calculate several hundred and do not want to do this manually!

How to calculate a check digit in excel. The details to calculate this are as follows:

All variables in the calculation are positive integers.

We take each integer of the pro number and multiply it by a value and sum them to get a total.

An Example: 8 Digit Pro Number: 66988757

Pro Number: 6 6 9 8 8 7 5 7

Position in the Pro Number: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Multiply each digit in the pro number by (10-position) in the number, to achieve a sum.

Using our example pro again:

6*(10-1) + 6*(10-2) + 9*(10-3) + 8*(10-4) + 8*(10-5) + 7*(10-6) + 5*(10-7) + 7*(10-8)

6*9 + 6*8 + 9*7 + 8*6 + 8*5 + 7*4 + 5*3 + 7*2

54+ 48+ 63+48+40+28+15+14 = 310

Take the Sum of the previous calculation and divide it by 11

310/11 = 28

(Actually, it's 28.181818, but since we're working with integers, we truncate everything behind the decimal).

Figure a remainder by multiplying the quotient by 11 and subtracting from the sum.

Remainder = 310 - (28*11) ---> Remainder = 310 - 308 ----> Remainder = 2

Check Digit = 11- Remainder

Check Digit = 11 - 2 ---> Check Digit = 9

Note: if the check digit is 10 or 11, need to subtract 10 from the Check Digit.

My company uses 4 types of barcodes 8, 12, 13, & 14 number barcodes for our products my problem is that I can't figure out how to force the barcode to format properly no matter how somebody enters it if they don't use spaces or put them in the wrong spots, I can't use custom formats because there is 4 different layouts

8 digit should be "#### ####"

12 digit should be "###### ######"

13 digit should be "# ###### ######"

14 digit should be "# ## ##### ######"

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I wanna create a buildin check digit for container numbers

so it will exists out of 11 cells. ( GATU 021097-9 )

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my spreadsheet gets all the eight digit numbers with no record and sorts them in MOD7 sequential order in one column. since the spreadsheet ignores the eight digit numbers with records. my compiled list of numbers have non sequential numbers in the list.

i need a way in VB to loop through 100000 lines (column A) and find the first and last number of a MOD7 sequential range and place the first number in (column B) and the last in (column C).

I have figured a way to do this in a spreadsheet but it takes too many functions and calculations in 100000 lines so the spreadsheet takes too long to open and sometimes crashes!

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I wanted to combine these if possible,

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Here is my

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The statement I had was:

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Starting Column Example:

12

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14

99

11

[Code] ......

For some reason I can't get rid of the borders...

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convert to 'Waltham MA 02453'

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Can a rule be written to add 19 to the beginning except if the current cell starts with a 0, then add 20? The highest year is 2008 (no 2010 to deal with).

Example:

98 --> 1998

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Code:

Sub Tester()

Dim WB As Workbook

Dim WS As Worksheets

Dim modCounter As Long

Dim Cell As Range

Set WB = Workbook("Transverse Series.xlsm")

Set WS = WB.Sheets(BM18)

[Code] ......

I am using this code

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5496523

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I know the formula to select the last number:

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03-02-034-05-W2 TO 02-03-045-07-W2

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02-02-034-05-W2 TO 02-03-045-07-W2 ,

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