Help, required single formula, instead of using 3

Kishan

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Using Excel 2000</SPAN></SPAN>
Hi,
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To get final result in the column K, I am using 2 more formula in the column E & G, please can someone make a single formula in the column K.
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Using example....
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Book1
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
1
2
3
4
5P3111
61101
72011
81101
91202
101303
11X011
121101
13X011
141101
15X011
16X022
17X033
181101
191202
201303
211404
22X011
231101
241202
251303
261404
27X011
281101
291202
301303
311404
321505
331606
341707
351808
36X011
371101
381202
392011
401101
41X011
422022
431101
44
45
46
Sheet2
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
E6=IF(C6=1,1,0)
E7=IF(C7=1,1+E6,0)
E8=IF(C8=1,1+E7,0)
G6=IF(C6=1,0,1)
G7=IF(C7=1,0,1+G6)
G8=IF(C8=1,0,1+G7)
K6=IF(E6>0,E6,G6)
K7=IF(E7>0,E7,G7)
K8=IF(E8>0,E8,G8)


Thank you in advance
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Regards,
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Kishan
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Maybe...


C
D
E
F
G
5
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6
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7
2​
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8
1​
1​
9
1​
2​
10
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3​
11
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12
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13
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14
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1​
15
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16
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17
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18
1​
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19
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20
1​
3​
21
1​
4​
22
X​
1​
23
1​
1​
24
1​
2​
25
1​
3​
26
1​
4​
27
X​
1​
28
1​
1​
29
1​
2​
30
1​
3​
31
1​
4​
32
1​
5​
33
1​
6​
34
1​
7​
35
1​
8​
36
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37
1​
1​
38
1​
2​
39
2​
1​
40
1​
1​
41
X​
1​
42
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43
1​
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Formula in G6 copied down
=IF(C6=1,COUNTIF(C6:INDEX(C$6:C6,IF(COUNTIF(C$6:C6,"<>1")=0,1,LOOKUP(2,1/(C$6:C6<>1),ROW(C$6:C6)-ROW(C$6)+1))),1),COUNTIF(C6:INDEX(C$6:C6,IF(COUNTIF(C$6:C6,1)=0,1,LOOKUP(2,1/(C$6:C6=1),ROW(C$6:C6)-ROW(C$6)+1))),"<>1"))

Hope this helps

M.
 

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Ignore this, found a problem with it.
 
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Kishan

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Maybe...

Formula in G6 copied down
=IF(C6=1,COUNTIF(C6:INDEX(C$6:C6,IF(COUNTIF(C$6:C6,"<>1")=0,1,LOOKUP(2,1/(C$6:C6<>1),ROW(C$6:C6)-ROW(C$6)+1))),1),COUNTIF(C6:INDEX(C$6:C6,IF(COUNTIF(C$6:C6,1)=0,1,LOOKUP(2,1/(C$6:C6=1),ROW(C$6:C6)-ROW(C$6)+1))),"<>1"))

Hope this helps

M.
Marcelo Branco, thank you for your help the formula worked fine.</SPAN></SPAN>

Kind Regards
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Kishan :)
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Kishan

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How about:

K6: =IF(C6=1,IF(C5=1,K5+1,1),IF(C5<>1,K5+1,1))
Eric W, thanks for a formula, the formula look to me tiny and magical :mad: results splendid as appeal</SPAN></SPAN>

Kind Regards,
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Kishan :biggrin:
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