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It’s true that integers are involved. They’re the only things that matter, in fact. You can’t do anything without them! In order to understand what this article is about, you need to know a few basics first. There are two types of indices: positive and negative. Positive numbers indicate which row or column an item appears on the grid (for example, “2” would mean second row). Negative numbers tell us how far away from the origin point something is located (-1 would be one space left of it, for instance).
This means that the first row and column are both at zero (-0). The next number would be -0.25, then -0.50.. you get the idea! It’s always important to use positive numbers for your indices or else there will likely be an issue with some of your calculations in Excel (for example, if it gets confused when subtracting a negative from a positve value).
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Now, you might be thinking: “What if I want to calculate the sum of two cells that are in different rows?” The answer is simple! You can use a co-ordinate system. For example, say we have this input data on our grid (excluding indices):
Phew! That was a lot of writing. You deserve a break now, even though the task is not complete yet. What are you waiting for? Take it easy and keep on trucking! 🙂
Maintaining a blog is hard work! But look at all the things you learned about integers, indices
I dreamt that the index of an array also needed to be an integer. I was confused and then realized it had to be a whole number, not just any old integer. “That is such a weird requirement,” I thought as I woke up in my bed with sweat dripping from my forehead.
As you can see here, we are required to use integers when referencing indices into arrays. We will explore why this is so important next week!
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