N/APosted on - 01/29/2012
I was working with RF Cascade Workbook 2005 with my Ubuntu: Intrepid lbex. I opened the GNOME Gnumeric spreadsheet with drag and drops. I got an error when I open it. When I hit the Close button on the bottom part of the error message, GNOME Gnumeric seems to fix the issue. But I want to know if the error may cause something serious in the future. +
Please send me some ideas.
User A1: Unable to parse
"[sinband.54565536];[Sinband.54540,SIV40]" because 'Multiple expressions are not supported in this context'
Unable to parse error in RF Cascade Workbook 2005
Are you using the exact syntax that is being specified by the site or by the software? Because by looking at the nature of the error there is something wrong with the type of expression that you are trying to run.
See if you have any limitations on passing the number of variables to a function.
See if you are returning more than 1 value from a function.
After checking the above examples, see if the variable that you are using is being used by any other thing at the same time that is causing its value to change and that is why it is inaccessible for the rest of the things.
When you reconfirm it, then make a new spread sheet and only use the above code to see if the code is wrong or there is something else that is causing the issue in your spread sheet