skip if error application.irr

MetLife

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Hi,

I am using the application.irr function in VBA code, and in some cases the array values produce an error. I believe this is if the IRR returns "#NUM!".

So I want to to return "0" if this is the case

x = Application.IRR(RAtTT)
 
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Domenic

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Try...

Code:
    Dim x As Variant

    x = Application.IRR(RAtTT)


    If IsError(x) Then
        x = 0
    End If

Hope this helps!
 
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