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  Monday, 26 November 2018
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I am trying to strip the first digit "if " the sum of two digits is a double digit. If there is a single digit I want the result to remain untouched.

Example : if I add the sum of 9 and 3 in the cells the normal result will be 12.
The desired outcome I am trying to formulate is the result will leave 2 instead of 12.

However I need a variable if the result of two cells is a single digit, lets sat we change the sum instead of 9, is 5 plus 3, which equals 8. Then the 8 is left unaltered.


It is a simple numerical text input and output, how ever the additional variable to strip the 1st digit "if 2 exist and replacement is not a mathematical formula.


Thank you in advance for looking at this problem I cannot seem to correctly formulate

Jerr
3 years ago
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#1785
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Hello,
Sorry, we don't have it yet. :)
We may try to add it in the upcoming versions.
3 years ago
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#1786
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Hello,

You can use this formula:

=IF(INT(SUM(A1,B1))>9, MOD(INT(SUM(A1,B1)),10),INT(SUM(A1,B1)))
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