Difference between revisions of "FillCells Command"

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;FillCells[<CellRange>, <Object>]: Copies the value/equation etc. of the object to the given cellrange. Resulting cells are free objects (i.e. independent of object).  
 
;FillCells[<CellRange>, <Object>]: Copies the value/equation etc. of the object to the given cellrange. Resulting cells are free objects (i.e. independent of object).  
{{Note|The parameter ''CellRange'' has to be entered this way: e.g.: ''B2:A5''.}}
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{{Note|The parameter ''CellRange'' has to be entered like this: e.g.: ''B2:D5''.}}
 
{{Note|The parameter ''Object'' can be anything, e.g.: ''3'', ''RandomBetween[0,10]'', ''Circle[A,B]''.}}
 
{{Note|The parameter ''Object'' can be anything, e.g.: ''3'', ''RandomBetween[0,10]'', ''Circle[A,B]''.}}
  

Revision as of 10:20, 10 August 2011



FillCells[<CellRange>, <Object>]
Copies the value/equation etc. of the object to the given cellrange. Resulting cells are free objects (i.e. independent of object).
Note: The parameter CellRange has to be entered like this: e.g.: B2:D5.
Note: The parameter Object can be anything, e.g.: 3, RandomBetween[0,10], Circle[A,B].
FillCells[<Cell>, <List>]
Copies values from the list to the first cells on the right of the given cell. Resulting cells are free objects (i.e. independent of list L).
FillCells[<Cell>, <Matrix>]
Copies values from the matrix. The upper left corner of the matrix is matched to the given cell. Resulting cells are free objects (i.e. independent of matrix).
Note: Cells are labeled by column and row, e.g.: B2.
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