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4.12 Specifying Arguments to Functions

Arguments specify the values the function should use in its calculations. The number of arguments, their types, and their formats varies from one function to another. Arguments are usually numeric values, cell or range references, or string values. Most functions have at least one argument; a few have none.

The following chart shows different types of arguments used in SpreadScript functions.

Argument Example
Numeric Value 123
Address of a cell A10
Address of a range F9..F99 (or F9:F99 in Excel compatibility mode)
Name of a cell or range BUDGET1, where BUDGET1 is the range D9..K9
String Value ``Quarterly Report''


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SpreadScript User's Guide, Version 1.2
Grey Trout Software
02 March 2003