Ajuda del LibreOffice 24.8

Assigns names to calculation results. This allows storing intermediate calculations, values, or defining names inside a formula. These names only apply within the scope of the LET function.

LET(Name1; Name_value1; Calculation_or_Name2; [Name_value2; Calculation_or_Name3 [; ...]])

Name1: the first name to assign. Must start with a letter. Cannot be the output of a formula or conflict with range syntax.

Name1 must follow the naming rules of LibreOffice Calc.

Name_value1: the value or calculation to assign to Name1.

Name2; Name_value2;...: (optional) same as Name1 and Name_value1, respectively. Name_value2 must follow Name2 and so on.

Calculation: a formula expression that uses all names within the LET function.

Calculation must be the last argument in the LET function.

Calculate the molar mass of the water molecule knowing that the molecule has 2 hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.

=LET(mHydro; HLOOKUP("Hydrogen"; $A$1:$DO$4; 4; 0); mOxy; HLOOKUP("Oxygen"; $A$1:$DO$4; 4; 0); "The molar mass of water is "&(mOxy+2*mHydro)&" g/mol") returns "The molar mass of water is 18.015 g/mol".

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