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Range lists

Excel allows all parameters to be range lists. Some examples are:

=SUM(A1,A3) is the sum of two cells (function has 2 parameters).

=SUM((A1,A3)) is the same, but with one parameter being a range list.

=INDEX((A2:A3,C2:C3),1,1,2)

Calc only allows range lists in the INDEX function. For example:

=INDEX((A2:A3;C2:C3);1;1;2) returns the first cell of the second range in the range list.

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