Excel/Copying a column value to a string variable
I would like to copy an entire column to a string variable. I know to copy one column to another column in Excel but not to a string variable. If StringBuilder needs to be used while copying, then what is the Reference we have to add to that macro to access StringBuilder.
Thanks for your answer
ANSWER: Hi Shrunga,
I'm not sure what you mean by "Copy an entire column to a string variable". Can you give me an example in an excel sheet - a source column, how you want to design the string in the destination column etc.
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QUESTION: Thanks for your response.
Eg : I have a column called "Sentence"
In that I have the following values like below
I need the result to be assigned to a string variable.
String result = "I had my dinner"
I can suggest concatenate function or just the simple '&' function to handle this but I'm sure you have thought of it. Eg. B1 could have a formula =A1&A2&A3&A4.
In case there are more combinations possible in each column, then we might have to look at a macro to handle this.
Can you send me an excel containing all the possible combinations, input values and output values expected.
You can send me the file at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mention the subject as AllExperts.
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