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20130728, 23:08 #1
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If and statements
I am trying to create a formula which looks at a number in a cell D6 and applies the following tests in cell T6
the length > 10 digits
the first four digits does not equal 9000,8000,7000
if all four (4) tests pass then and the the bring in a number from cell E6 otherwise 0.
my '=IF(AND(LEN($D6)>10,LEFT(($D6,4)*1<>9000),LEFT(($ D6,4)*1<>8000),LEFT(($D6,4)*1<>7000),$E6,0))
Any one have any ideas where the BUG in the formula is?

20130729, 00:16 #2
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MNN
Will there be decimals in any of the numbers? If so, your conditions Len and Left functions will count the decimal point in the length.
Otherwise, try: =IF(AND(LEN($D6)>10,VALUE(LEFT($D6,4))<>9000,VALUE (LEFT($D6,4))<>8000,VALUE(LEFT($D6,4))<>7000),$E6, 0)
HTH,
Maud
Can't explain why it looks like a space is inserted after Value but there should be no spacesLast edited by Maudibe; 20130729 at 00:20.

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Hi MNN
The bug in your formula is the wrong use of brackets.
Your formula should be:
=IF(AND(LEN($D6)>10,LEFT($D6,4)*1<>9000,LEFT($D6,4 )*1<>8000,LEFT($D6,4)*1<>7000),$E6,0)
But please note that, as Maudibe says above, if the value in cell [D6] is numeric, the decimals will be counted in the LEN function even if they are not actually displayed in the cell format for cell [D6] e.g. 1234 may be displayed but the cell could have a value of 1234.56789012 etc etc.
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Hi
Noting all that has been said by maudibe and zeddy, you formula can be simplified to
=IF(AND(LEN($D6)=10,LEFT($D6,4)<7000),$E6,0)Regards
Roger Govier
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Or even:
=IF(AND(LEN($D6)=10,LEFT($D6,1)<7),$E6,0)Regards,
Rory
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Hi Roger and Rory
You both seemed to have missed the requirement.
if [D6] had an entry of 9123xxxxxxxxxx then,
'the length > 10 digits
the first four digits does not equal 9000,8000,7000'
..so show contents of cell [$E6]..whereas, with your formula and this entry, it will incorrectly show 0
zeddyLast edited by zeddy; 20130730 at 04:24. Reason: typo

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Thank you all