Count all values of each row from smaller to larger

motilulla

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NPV is available in 2003, but don't know about 2000
However IFERROR is not available in 2000
Thank you Fluff, for clearing about NPV that is why formula is not working does there could be a VBA solution for this trouble? </SPAN></SPAN>

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motilulla

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My mistake. Of course it's the IFERROR (and potentially also NPV, though I thought that was available in 2000), which is causing the error.



Ah, in that case unfortunately this will not be possible using worksheet formulas alone with your version of Excel. You'll require some VBA. Are you ok with that?

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XOR LX, yes Please if it is possible I would like to have VBA solution
 
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XOR LX

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Ah, wait. I'm mistaken again. It's not the entries within those columns which is a restriction on a formula solution, but the number of columns being queried.

I see that you have only 14 columns, so we can just do it.

Try this array formula** and get back to me. Otherwise we'll try the VBA!

=SUBSTITUTE(TEXT(SUM(10^(ROW(INDIRECT("1:"&COUNT(1/FREQUENCY(D7:Q7,D7:Q7))))-1)*COUNTIF(D7:Q7,LARGE(IF(FREQUENCY(D7:Q7,D7:Q7),TRANSPOSE(D7:Q7)),ROW(INDIRECT("1:"&COUNT(1/FREQUENCY(D7:Q7,D7:Q7))))))),REPT("# | ",COUNT(1/FREQUENCY(D7:Q7,D7:Q7))))," | ","",COUNT(1/FREQUENCY(D7:Q7,D7:Q7)))

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motilulla

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Ah, wait. I'm mistaken again. It's not the entries within those columns which is a restriction on a formula solution, but the number of columns being queried.

I see that you have only 14 columns, so we can just do it.

Try this array formula** and get back to me. Otherwise we'll try the VBA!

=SUBSTITUTE(TEXT(SUM(10^(ROW(INDIRECT("1:"&COUNT(1/FREQUENCY(D7:Q7,D7:Q7))))-1)*COUNTIF(D7:Q7,LARGE(IF(FREQUENCY(D7:Q7,D7:Q7),TRANSPOSE(D7:Q7)),ROW(INDIRECT("1:"&COUNT(1/FREQUENCY(D7:Q7,D7:Q7))))))),REPT("# | ",COUNT(1/FREQUENCY(D7:Q7,D7:Q7))))," | ","",COUNT(1/FREQUENCY(D7:Q7,D7:Q7)))

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XOR LX, I cannot use this formula because "COUNTIF" also does not support Excel 2000. I think what you thought it would be great if you can build a VBA solution Please. </SPAN></SPAN>

Thank you
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Kind Regards,
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Moti
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XOR LX

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XOR LX, I cannot use this formula because "COUNTIF" also does not support Excel 2000. I think what you thought it would be great if you can build a VBA solution Please.

Thank you


Kind Regards,

Moti

Ok, just realised it was flawed in any case as it wouldn't work if a given value occurred more than 9 times within the row.

Will get back to you soon with some VBA.

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motilulla

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Ok, just realised it was flawed in any case as it wouldn't work if a given value occurred more than 9 times within the row.

Will get back to you soon with some VBA.

Regards
Thank you XOR LX
 
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Hi, motilulla
Try this:

Code:
Sub a1082382a()
'https://www.mrexcel.com/forum/excel-questions/1082382-count-all-values-each-row-smaller-larger.htmlDim vso As Object
Dim va, vb
Dim i As Long, j As Long, k As Long, s As Long
Dim d As Object, vso As Object, x As Variant
va = Range("D7", Cells(Rows.count, "Q").End(xlUp))
ReDim vb(1 To UBound(va, 1), 1 To 1)

For j = 1 To UBound(va, 1)
    Set vso = CreateObject("System.Collections.Sortedlist")
    Set d = CreateObject("scripting.dictionary")
    
    For k = 1 To UBound(va, 2)
        s = va(j, k)
        If Not d.Exists(s) Then
            d(s) = 1
            Else
            d(s) = d(s) + 1
        End If
    Next

    For Each x In d
        vso.Add x, d.Item(x)
    Next
    
    For i = 0 To vso.count - 1
        vb(j, 1) = vb(j, 1) & "|" & vso.GetByIndex(i)
    Next
    
    vb(j, 1) = Right(vb(j, 1), Len(vb(j, 1)) - 1)
    
    
Next

Range("S7").Resize(UBound(vb, 1), 1) = vb
End Sub
 

motilulla

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Hi, motilulla
Try this:

Code:
Sub a1082382a()
'https://www.mrexcel.com/forum/excel-questions/1082382-count-all-values-each-row-smaller-larger.htmlDim vso As Object
Dim va, vb
Dim i As Long, j As Long, k As Long, s As Long
Dim d As Object, vso As Object, x As Variant
va = Range("D7", Cells(Rows.count, "Q").End(xlUp))
ReDim vb(1 To UBound(va, 1), 1 To 1)

For j = 1 To UBound(va, 1)
    Set vso = CreateObject("System.Collections.Sortedlist")
    Set d = CreateObject("scripting.dictionary")
    
    For k = 1 To UBound(va, 2)
        s = va(j, k)
        If Not d.Exists(s) Then
            d(s) = 1
            Else
            d(s) = d(s) + 1
        End If
    Next

    For Each x In d
        vso.Add x, d.Item(x)
    Next
    
    For i = 0 To vso.count - 1
        vb(j, 1) = vb(j, 1) & "|" & vso.GetByIndex(i)
    Next
    
    vb(j, 1) = Right(vb(j, 1), Len(vb(j, 1)) - 1)
    
    
Next

Range("S7").Resize(UBound(vb, 1), 1) = vb
End Sub
Akuini, your VBA code work very perfect! Thank you very much for the help!</SPAN></SPAN>

Query solved!

Kind Regards,
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Moti
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motilulla

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Hello Akuini, I am wondering this VBA were working perfect till last month, tried today it stop at the line below
Code:
 Set vso = CreateObject("System.Collections.Sortedlist")
and giving an error Run- time error'-2146232576 (80131700)': Automation error I goggled to find the solution but do not get the answer

Please need help do you have any idea what is wrong? I am running excel 2000


Kind Regards,
Moti
 

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