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    understanding code



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    Hi,


    I have the following code in the cell code view mode
    Code:
    ='$ta_srv$!TA_SRV'|LIVECHART!'DAILY;1016,1019,1012,1013,1070;1003=''/ZNH5'',9004=2,9005=1'
    , and in normal mode the value i see is
    Code:
    3/13/05
    .


    Like i'm not sure what the formula/or function does to get that value.


    thx

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    I think I'd need to see a workbook to diagnose that one...
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    That's a DDE/RTD function syntax. Without the addin I couldn't tell you what it does.
    Circumference of a circle = 2πr²



    ²the circle's radius

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    Glad you chipped in, Joe. I've never seen a DDE/RTD setup personally, so wouldn't have been able to recognize that one.
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