How to avoid auto adding the stupid @ operator without looking up the context?
When I need the columns that can be mod-3, I've got my formula automatically added with a stupid '@' without look for the context,
Can you explain this? I don't know where to get help or ask question, it seems the community is a rubbish.
My formula is:
The values in Row-6: A FAIL -9.46% 6.07% -9.46% 6.07% 0.43% 0.89% 0.62% 0.02% 0.10% 0.05% -0.19% 0.14% -0.02% -9.46% 6.07% -0.12%
it is infinitely long, maybe 10000B cells and even longer, so do not suggest a stupid solution of selecting each of the cells satisfied.
You are nasty and abusive. I shall not offer any "stupid" solution, just flag you as being inappropriate.
Your precise statement has a simple answer which I am not in the least inclined to give. It is also readily available in "the community" so your lookup skills must be non-existent. And you don't have an Excel spreadsheet that is "infinitely" anything as Excel offers no infinite capabilities and certainly not an infinite number of cells. Just a wee bit over 17 billion at best, nowhere near the 10,000 billion you seem to suggest you have.
So... whatever dude.
Also, not that it matters to this question (in a feature suggestion forum of all places), but if you give an example of something, the "something" ought to be in the example...
You must be a treasure at home.