LO, EN (BR), Calc >> Ubuntu 14.04 & Win XP [closed]

asked 2015-11-01 14:35:27 +0200

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updated 2020-07-12 16:17:36 +0200

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I have created a list of all my recordings on DVDs. As I will have more than 99 Titles, I have set the DVD № in Cx to 000. I need to show the remaining time, so that I can easily find the DVDs with space for more recordings. Each side has 6 hours of recording.

With the recordings listed in the column Ax, the DVD № are in the column Cx, starting with C(1) = "001". The number of C-cells containing "001" varies w.r.t. to number of recordings on this first DVD. Similarly, for all subsequent C-cells. Therein lies my problem in calculating the Remaining Time for each DVD. I currently have the following entries for Cx:

C(2)=001; C(3)=001; C(4)=001; C(5)=002; C(6)=002; C(7)=003;

C(8)=003; C(9)=003; C(10)=003; C(11)=003; C(12)=004.

I started writing a nested IF-statement, but soon realised this would be enormous and prone to error: =IF(C2=C3;IF(C3=C4;IF(C4=C5;D4=0;D4=C4);D3=C3);D2=C2)

I really have run out of steam, and would appreciate any assistance offered. Surely, there must be somebody having had a similar task. Is there a means of incrementing C(X) until its content changes - i.e. "001" until "002"? Thank you.

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