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You have to follow this way to open a "Save As" dialog where you can choose other file types (csv is among them): Data - Export Data - Export as CSV File...


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Select both rows (using the Shift key or by dragging the mouse - don't use the Ctrl key) Copy Right-click → Paste Special In Region operation, choose Flip Vertically


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Is there a way to use mpir package with Visual Studio 2017 C/C++? Yes; Of course you can. You use it like any other C++ interfaces. All MPIR C language types and functions can be used in C++ programs, since mpir.h has extern "C" qualifiers, but the class interface offers overloaded functions and operators which may be more convenient. Due to the ...


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Insert row from row context menu or from insert menu on top. Repeat Repeat Now, select all 3 rows (3 is just an example, you can do 4, or however many is a convenient block for you) Press F4, it will insert 3 rows and will do that each time that you press f4. F4 is the repeat last action key normally...


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Use the $ prefix to indicate that cells and ranges should stay put when copy/paste/dragging: =index(IndexValues!$B$1:$B$7;B2) You can apply the $ to different parts of the cell address, so $B2 means B should always be B when copied, but 2 can move relative B$2 means B can move relative, but 2 must remain the same


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If you have vcpkg install it is real simple: m .\vcpkg install mpir mpir:x64-windows You get debug, release, x32 and x64 could not be easier. If you do not have vcpkg install you should here is a simple tutorial See the following instructions: My build looked like the following Computing installation plan... The following packages will be built and ...


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This is a pretty straightforward Index/Match: =INDEX($B$2:$D$4,MATCH($A6,$A$2:$A$4,0),MATCH($B6,$B$1:$D$1,0)) Assuming your data is like the below:


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OK, if your data numeric data are in rows on Sheet1, then enter your M value into Sheet2!M1, and enter =AVERAGE(LARGE(Sheet1!1:1, ROW(INDIRECT("1:"&M$1)))) into Sheet2!A1.  (If your data are only in, for example, Columns G through Z, change Sheet1!1:1 to Sheet1!G1:Z1.)  Press Ctrl+Shift+Enter to create an array formula.  Drag down as many rows ...


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