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May
23
comment conditional chart ranges in excel
Thanks! I was able to get my chart working using this information. The key piece I was missing was the formula for chtLabels.
May
22
comment conditional chart ranges in excel
@DavidVandenbos I mean the category interval. Each tick should always indicate 1 hour. I have set that up already in the static chart but wanted to be sure it was preserved in the dynamic one too.
Aug
27
comment Sorting numerically in a comma-delimited file with Unix
@slhck That seems to be the crux of most of the problems I get stuck on in UNIX :) Thanks for your help in getting me to a solution, regardless.
Aug
27
comment Sorting numerically in a comma-delimited file with Unix
sort --version gives me an illegal argument. -- commands haven't worked for me in the past either. I checked the man page and there's no version called out explicitly, but it does list "HP-UX 11i Version 2: August 2003" if that helps at all. My LC_NUMERIC is set to "C".
Aug
27
comment Sorting numerically in a comma-delimited file with Unix
I don't have access to GNU in my environment. Is it something I could easily get then remove when I am finished? HMU in chat if someone would like to help me do this... I'm quite the UNIX newbie.
Aug
27
comment Sorting numerically in a comma-delimited file with Unix
This is at my place of work so I almost definitely do not have a recent version :)
Aug
27
comment Sorting numerically in a comma-delimited file with Unix
Isn't -n numeric sorting? -g gives me an illegal option.
Apr
18
comment Did a version of Windows ever behave this way?
I've done a bit more research myself and I agree with your latest edit - it does look like the discrepancy lies between cmd.exe and the CreateProcess function. Color me convinced!
Apr
18
comment Did a version of Windows ever behave this way?
See my edit for why this doesn't answer my question. You only tested the first thing in the order given, I am asking about the second one.
Sep
23
comment How do I secure an USB device to a computer so it can't be stolen?
How about a post-it saying "I licked this"