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Re: $$Excel-Macros$$ Could this loop be replaced by some range method? Domain Admin Wed Apr 11 15:00:23 2012

Actually it does not work.  I was not paying attention.  It rounded
everything off, but only because it rounded
off the first cell in the range and then somehow set every other cell
in the range to that same value.  So my
entire range has one identical value.

On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 12:45 AM, Rajan_Verma <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Yes you were right, But now you also believe that it is most efficient way
> to complete task and avoid loop. :)
>
> Thanks
> Rajan.
>
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> Subject: Re: $$Excel-Macros$$ Could this loop be replaced by some range
> method?
>
> Rajan the evaluate method did turn out to be the most efficient of the
> 3 methods I tried by a wide margin.
>
> Here is the code used which took only 13.7% of the time of the next best
> method and only 11.6% of the loop method.  Pretty much as you described it
> but the Len funtion is not needed.  I believe that is only to weed out empty
> cells but I could be wrong about that.
>
>    With Sheets(RawData)
>        Set tmprange = Range(.Cells(2, BarOpen), .Cells(stoprawdata,
> StopCol))
>        tmprange.Value = .Evaluate("round(" & tmprange.Address &
> ",2)") 'use evaluate instead of code below
>   End With
>
>
> On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 5:51 AM, Rajan_Verma <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> wrote:
>> If range have only numeric value  then you can use this to avoid loops :
>>
>>
>>
>> Not tested: but I think it will work
>>
>> Range.value=Evaluate(“=if(Len(“ & Range.address  & “)>0,Round(“ &
>> Range.address &”,2),””)”)
>>
>>
>>
>> Rajan
>>
>>
>>
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>> On Behalf Of tangledweb
>> Sent: Apr/Mon/2012 04:12
>> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> Subject: $$Excel-Macros$$ Could this loop be replaced by some range
> method?
>>
>>
>>
>> I am trying to get more used to using ranges instead of addressing
>> individual cells by indexes.  The loop below is rounding off the
>> entries in all the columns
>>
>> where BarOpen for example is just the column index in the sheet.  Is
>> there a way to do this more efficiently by using the used range
>> portion of each column?
>>
>> In this case all the columns are the same length.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> '   Round off the raw data values
>>     With Sheets(RawData)
>>         For index = startrawdata To stoprawdata
>>             Cells(index, BarOpen).Value =
>> WorksheetFunction.Round(.Cells(index, BarOpen).Value, 2)
>>             Cells(index, BarHigh).Value =
>> WorksheetFunction.Round(.Cells(index, BarHigh).Value, 2)
>>             Cells(index, BarLow).Value =
>> WorksheetFunction.Round(.Cells(index, BarLow).Value, 2)
>>             Cells(index, BarClose).Value =
>> WorksheetFunction.Round(.Cells(index, BarClose).Value, 2)
>>             Cells(index, StopCol).Value =
>> WorksheetFunction.Round(.Cells(index, StopCol).Value, 2)
>>         Next index
>>     End With
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