From: Shérab <Sebastien.H<inderer@en...>  20100929 15:39:45

Hello, Reimar ReimarBauer (2010/09/19 17:22 +0200): > > So the question is: is it possible with ssparser to sum over anunknown > > number of lines ? > > Not now, one has to introduce a syntax for that. e.g. =@sum(A$) and the > $ is internal expanded to a range of 0:1 But ranges _are_ supported, right ? So what would happend if one would write the range 0:1 ? Would that work ? Also, on one given line, it would be nice to be able to write a formula that mentions the other columns of the same line, without knowing which line it is. For example, assume you have a table of marks where each line contains a student name in first column, then 3 marks in the columns 2, 3 and 4, and then it would be nice that column 5 is (Col2+Col3+Col4)/3 for every line... would that be possible ? Frankly, I'd love to have these features, becase we need them all the time, but I know almost nothing about Python and have the feeling it would take some time I don't have now to learn. So, if someone could implement something, even quick and dirty, that would be really appreciated. Thanks a lot, Shérab. 