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Re: Comparing arrays

by kcott (Archbishop)
on Apr 07, 2023 at 21:15 UTC ( [id://11151514]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Comparing arrays

G'day MoodyDreams999,

This looks like much the same question as you asked last month: "Multiple file handles".

You received multiple responses with options of how to do this using external files, databases, spreadsheets, maybe others — I recalled the post but only briefly scanned it again today.

A lot of people put a lot of effort into providing you with help: you didn't reply to any of them.

I suggest you revisit that post and the suggestions therein. Provide us with feedback regarding why some of those options were unsuitable, or problems you encountered implementing them. You should also show some common decency and thank those that attempted to help you.

— Ken

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Re^2: Comparing arrays
by MoodyDreams999 (Beadle) on Apr 07, 2023 at 21:21 UTC
    I will go back and reference that, another project got in the way and I honestly was deep in had to scrap it. Sorry about the mess on the post was struggling posting the excel input and output in correct format. Thank you
      "... struggling posting the excel input and output in correct format."

      The following should help you in this regard:

      I'm currently looking at the third version of your post. The block of text starting "input from an excel 195 ..." was originally absent, then appeared near the end, then moved to near the top. It's absolutely fine to edit your post; however, you need to provide advice on the modifications you have made — see "How do I change/delete my post?" for further discussion about this.

      By the way, that block of text is virtually unintelligible as it stands. It's good that you are working on it. I'm aware that the "Edit" functionality is not as good as you get when first adding a post; especially the lack of a "Preview" option. I suggest you use your Private Scratchpad to get the formatting correct; then do a single update. In case you don't know, from your home node, it's the second "Edit" link in "Scratchpad: View, Edit, (Private: View, Edit)".

      — Ken

      From me:

      "... you didn't reply to any of them."

      From you:

      "I will go back and reference that, ..."

      I see you've added six replies. Thankyou for dealing with that in a timely fashion.

      — Ken

        No problem didn't mean to be discourteous.

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