How to use a UNIQUE formula with an IFS formula in Google Sheets

For example, if there was a uniqueif, I would have done it =uniqueifs('Data'!H2:H10000, 'Data'!F2:F10000, A18)

  1. If a cell is in the & # 39; data & # 39 ;! F2: F10000 den contains the contents of cell A18, then ..

  2. Print the unique results of cells in the & # 39; data & # 39 ;! H2: H10000 in the corresponding line.

Sort how a sumif formula works for numbers, but don't add them if that's explained.

I would consider myself fairly new to Google Sheets, so don't make fun of me, lol.

Worksheet function – Google Sheets SUMPRODUCT and IFS on different sheets

=ARRAYFORMULA(SUMPRODUCT((Products!B2:B=D2)*(IFS(H2="x",Products!D2:D,I2="x",Products!E2:E,J2="x",Products!F2:F)*(E2:E))))

I have a table with an order and a product sheet. Product names (from B2: B) are data that have been validated on the order form (D2: D) and also have neighboring cells with the quantity (E2: E) and 3 columns that indicate the discount which can be obtained by using the "x "(Consultant) was granted (H2: H), preferred (I2: I), retail (J2: J)). There are up to 3 prices per product (on the product sheet) that reflect the discount columns on the order sheet. I am trying to do the following:

game ordered product (Orders!Product(D2:D)) With Product name (Products!Product(B2:B)) multiply quantity (Orders!Qty(E2:E)) by Price (Products!'Consultant Price'(D2:D), Products!'Preferred Price'(E2:E), Products!'Retail Price'(F2:F)) if Discount (Orders!Consultant(H2:H), Orders!Preferred(I2:I), Orders!Retail(J2:J)) equal x

Which functions or arrays should I use differently?

Google spreadsheet

Worksheet function – Create an IFS formula in Excel

I am creating a worksheet for tracking odds in MMA battles for betting purposes. I have a system with multiple data points, but my starting point is what I call my base unit (to which I then add and subtract based on certain criteria that are not exactly part of this question).

There are certain areas where I can win my base unit (see below):

-900 or less = 5 units
-300 – -400 = 4 units
+100 – +122 = 3 units
+123 – +150 = 2 units
+151 – +186 = 1 unit

I enter the quota in my first cell column that has basic conditional formatting: green if the number is in one of these areas. Red if not. I want to create a formula that applies only one base unit to the green areas. I have read about several if statements, but cannot figure out how to integrate these specific areas into an IFS formula. If the number is anywhere outside of these ranges, it is already red and the column of the base unit can be 0. If it falls into one of the areas, I want the associated base unit to be inserted in that cell. I'm sorry, if that's confusing, I feel like it's going through my head, but when I write it, it's messed up.

I am happy to clarify something. Thanks in advance for any help!

if statement – Allows Sharepoint the IFS formula

I have tested this on Excel but cannot translate it to Sharepoint.
For example, I'm trying to test if column C has a date greater than that in column D = transmitted on time if the date of column C is less than that in column D when the item was transmitted late, but in some Cases in column D will be empty. I want it to return pending.

= IF (D5 = "", "Pending Submission", IFS (C5> D5, "Submitted on time", C5

Increase the efficiency of these nested IFs

The following code creates a menu from a large list of menu items (Joomla, but no Joomla-specific things are needed, only general improvements). The code attempts to filter out items that should not be displayed on the page by continuing. This is because the menu only displays menu items that are in the same category as the currently active page.

// If menu item is in same category as active page (Only shows menu items for that category)
    if ($activeTree(0) == $menuItemTree(0)) {
        // If the url contains the menu item alias OR url contains alias of menu item parent
        if ( (in_array($menuItemAlias, $splitURI)) or (in_array($menuItemParentAlias, $splitURI)) ) {
            // Skip over item if menu item alias in URL and item parent NOT in URL and parent alias != active alias
            if (in_array($menuItemAlias, $splitURI) and !in_array($menuItemParentAlias, $splitURI) and $menuItemParentAlias != $parentAlias and $menuItemParentAlias != "") {
                continue;
            } else {
                // Next few lines are a bug fix for when two menu items in same category have the same alias. This results in sub items being displayed for non-active menu item
                $menuItemParentLink = dirname($item->route);
                if ($menuItemParentAlias == $activeAlias and $menuItemParentLink != $active->route) {
                    continue;
                // Do nothing as menu item is supposed to be displayed on page (continue with building of html for menu item)
                } else {

                }
            }
        // Else skip over this menu item to the next one (Don't build html for this menu item)
        } else {
            continue;
        }
    // Else skip over this menu item to the next one (Don't build html for this menu item)  
    } else {
        continue;
    }

google sheets – IF and IFS are not working properly

I am trying to locate data that exists in different sheets. I tried with IF and IFS,
Below are the formulas that I used. To the IFI get NOT IN USE Even though I know that there should be one of the leaves and I get it NA to the IFS with the exception of 2 cells that give the correct answer.
What am I doing wrong or is there another way to do it?

=IFS(B2=Casula!$A:$A,"CASULA",B2=Miranda!$A:$A,"MIRANDA",B2=Parramatta!$A:$A,"PARRA",B2=Leichhardt!$A:$A,"LEICHHARDT",B2=Penrith!$A:$A,"PENRITH",B2=Bradbury!$A:$A,"BRADBURY",B2=Revesby!A:A,"REVESBY",B2=Darlinghurst!$A:$A,"DARLING",B2=StMarys!A:A,"STMARYS",B2=SurryHills!$A:$A,"SURRY")

=IF(B2=Casula!$A:$A,"Casula",IF(B2=Miranda!$A:$A,"Miranda",IF(B2=Parramatta!$A:$A,"Parra",IF(B2=Leichhardt!$A:$A,"Leich","NOT IN USE"))))

To enable 2 ifs at the same time in Python

I make a bot that only plays GuitarFlash (Browser Guitar Hero), except when I need to press both note keys simultaneously (I use the pyautogui to press the keys, and ImageGrab to recognize the note), it presses a each time instead of 2 together

import time

import from PIL ImageGrab
import pyautogui

"" "
Resolution: 1366x768
Guitar Flash 1

"" "

def capture_screen ():
screen = ImageGrab.grab ()
return screen

def detect_green (screen): #get the color pixel
color = screen.getpixel ((493, 652))
if color == (255, 255, 255):
return true

def green ():
pyautogui.press ("1")

def detect_red (screen):
color = screen.getpixel ((582, 652))
if color == (255, 255, 255):
return true

def red ():
pyautogui.press ("2")

def detect_yellow (screen):
color = screen.getpixel ((672, 652))
if color == (255, 255, 255):
return true

def yellow ():
pyautogui.press ("3")

def detect_blue (screen):
color = screen.getpixel ((761, 652))
if color == (255, 255, 255):
return true

def blue ():
pyautogui.press ("9")

def detect_orange (screen):
color = screen.getpixel ((851, 652))
if color == (255, 255, 255):
return true

def orange ():
pyautogui.press ("0")

def active_special (screen):
color = screen.getpixel ((867, 572))
if color == (0, 141, 255):
return true

def special ():
pyautogui.press ("space")

print (& # 39; 3 & # 39;)
Bedtime (1)
print (& # 39; 2 & # 39;)
Bedtime (1)
print (& # 39; 1 & # 39;)
Bedtime (1)
print (& # 39; start & # 39;)


while true:
screen = capture_screen ()
if detect_green (screen):
green ()
if detect_red (screen):
red ()
if detect_yellow (screen):
yellow ()
if detect_blue (screen):
blue ()
if detect_orange (screen):
orange ()
if active_special (screen):
special ()

Would there be a way to make him squeeze the two buttons together? He recognizes, however, that when he gives the command to press, one after the other goes.

Google Sheets – Can I return a section from an IFS or SWITCH?

I am trying to simplify an if else if else code by replacing it with a single IFS or SWITCH expression. I simplified the whole code to show the problem.

This code works and returns two cell values:

= IF (CELL_REFERENCE = 1)
{
"A"; "B"
},
IF (CELL_REFERENCE = 2,
{
"C"; "D"
},
{
"E"; "F"
}
)
)

This code will not work if only the first value is returned each time:

= IFS (CELL_REFERENCE = 1,
{
"A"; "B"
},
CELL_REFERENCE = 2,
{
"C"; "D"
}
CELL_REFERENCE = 3,
{
"E"; "F"
}
)

The same problems occur when using SWITCH, where only the first value of a range is returned.

Is there a good solution for these cases or just use multiple IF expressions?