I am attempting to count how many times there is a number greater than zero in either column A or column B. My goal is if A=0 and B=0, do not count. If A=0 and B=1, count. If A=1 and B=1, count only once. Thank you for any help

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1/24/2010 10:32:01 PM

"wildbillyd" wrote: > My goal is if A=0 and B=0, do not count. > If A=0 and B=1, count. If A=1 and B=1, > count only once. One way: =sumproduct(--((A1:A10>0)+(B1:B10>0)>0)) The "+" functions as "OR" in this context. The OR function cannot be used in this context; it will not be interpreted as intended. The "--" (double negation) is used to convert the truth values (TRUE and FALSE) to numeric values (1 and 0), which SUMPRODUCT looks for. Any arithmetic operation with truth values will accomplish the same thing. ----- original message ----- "wildbillyd" wrote: > I am attempting to count how many times there is a number greater than zero > in either column A or column B. > > My goal is if A=0 and B=0, do not count. If A=0 and B=1, count. If A=1 and > B=1, count only once. > > Thank you for any help

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1/24/2010 10:50:01 PM

What about something like this... =COUNTIF(A1:A99,">0")+COUNTIF(B1:B99,">0") -- Rick (MVP - Excel) "wildbillyd" <wildbillyd@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:F2ECAED3-6676-4099-BF65-542E68FCED19@microsoft.com... >I am attempting to count how many times there is a number greater than zero > in either column A or column B. > > My goal is if A=0 and B=0, do not count. If A=0 and B=1, count. If A=1 > and > B=1, count only once. > > Thank you for any help

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1/25/2010 12:38:46 AM

"Rick Rothstein" <rick.newsNO.SPAM@NO.SPAMverizon.net> wrote in message news:ei48$aVnKHA.5312@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl... > What about something like this... > =COUNTIF(A1:A99,">0")+COUNTIF(B1:B99,">0") Rick, does that meet that OP's condition that "[if] A=1 and B=1, count only once"? ----- original message ----- "Rick Rothstein" <rick.newsNO.SPAM@NO.SPAMverizon.net> wrote in message news:ei48$aVnKHA.5312@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl... > What about something like this... > > =COUNTIF(A1:A99,">0")+COUNTIF(B1:B99,">0") > > -- > Rick (MVP - Excel) > > > "wildbillyd" <wildbillyd@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > news:F2ECAED3-6676-4099-BF65-542E68FCED19@microsoft.com... >>I am attempting to count how many times there is a number greater than >>zero >> in either column A or column B. >> >> My goal is if A=0 and B=0, do not count. If A=0 and B=1, count. If A=1 >> and >> B=1, count only once. >> >> Thank you for any help >

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1/25/2010 1:17:39 AM

Here's another one... =SUMPRODUCT(SIGN((A1:A100>0)+(B1:B100>0))) This version is slightly more efficient on larger ranges. -- Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "wildbillyd" <wildbillyd@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:F2ECAED3-6676-4099-BF65-542E68FCED19@microsoft.com... >I am attempting to count how many times there is a number greater than zero > in either column A or column B. > > My goal is if A=0 and B=0, do not count. If A=0 and B=1, count. If A=1 > and > B=1, count only once. > > Thank you for any help

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1/25/2010 2:15:46 AM

No, it doesn't... I skimmed the OP's question too fast and completely missed that requirement. Thanks for pointing it out. -- Rick (MVP - Excel) "Joe User" <joeu2004> wrote in message news:%231NyywVnKHA.5524@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl... > "Rick Rothstein" <rick.newsNO.SPAM@NO.SPAMverizon.net> wrote in message > news:ei48$aVnKHA.5312@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl... >> What about something like this... >> =COUNTIF(A1:A99,">0")+COUNTIF(B1:B99,">0") > > Rick, does that meet that OP's condition that "[if] A=1 and B=1, count > only once"? > > > ----- original message ----- > > "Rick Rothstein" <rick.newsNO.SPAM@NO.SPAMverizon.net> wrote in message > news:ei48$aVnKHA.5312@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl... >> What about something like this... >> >> =COUNTIF(A1:A99,">0")+COUNTIF(B1:B99,">0") >> >> -- >> Rick (MVP - Excel) >> >> >> "wildbillyd" <wildbillyd@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message >> news:F2ECAED3-6676-4099-BF65-542E68FCED19@microsoft.com... >>>I am attempting to count how many times there is a number greater than >>>zero >>> in either column A or column B. >>> >>> My goal is if A=0 and B=0, do not count. If A=0 and B=1, count. If A=1 >>> and >>> B=1, count only once. >>> >>> Thank you for any help >> >

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1/25/2010 3:57:11 AM

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Example: I want to be able to count how many are 0_F from Column A and III fro Column D. I can't figure how to enter the function correctly. Th answer should be 2. I don't know how to combine information from different ranges. =COUNT(a1:13,"0_F") and =COUNT(D1:D13,"III") 0_F 1 3 IV 0_F 1 3 III 1 3 IV 0_F 1 3 II 1 3 III 0_F 1 3 II 0_F 2 3 I 0_F 1 3 II 0_F 2 3 0_F 1 3 III 0_F 2 3 0_F 1 3 I 0_R 1 3 II -- Message posted from http://www.ExcelForum.com Hi try =SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:A13="0_F"),--(D1:D13="III")) >-----Original Message----- >E...

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Hi, I've got a column with a list of times and want to calculate the number of instances in the list that fall within 12 hours. ie. In the table below C6 should show the number of cells in column B that are within +/-12 hours of B6 A B C 1 Delivery Time No. Deliveries within 12 Hours 2 6/01/2004 0:01 3 7/01/2004 0:01 4 13/01/2004 0:01 5 28/01/2004 0:01 6 1/02/2004 1:43 7 1/02/2004 3:05 8 1/02/2004 5:54 9 1/02/2004 8:50 10 3/02/2004 3:07 11 3/02/2004 18:48 Many thanks in advance for your help. =COUNTIF(B:B,">"&B6-0.5)-COUNTIF(B:B,"&g...

How can I count the number of caracters including spaces in a microsoft excel worksheet See response in other thread in this newsgroup... In article <1E9BD85A-556F-444E-BFEA-92A4303D98F5@microsoft.com>, Jan <Jan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > How can I count the number of caracters including spaces in a microsoft excel > worksheet =len(a1) "Jan" escreveu: > How can I count the number of caracters including spaces in a microsoft excel > worksheet ...