Bug #6661

Spreadsheet expressions with a negative sign immediately next to another operation sign causes ParseException

Added by Miro Eklund over 1 year ago. Updated about 1 year ago.

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Tags: spreadsheet, formula
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Description

Currently, expressions such as =2^5*-1 will fail with a ParseException, due to the negative sign directly after the multiplication sign. Placing parenthesis around the negative value, like this: =2^5*(-1) will solve this issue, but excel does not require parenthesis.

Currently, imported excel with such expressions cannot be evaluated correctly.

History

#1 Updated by Miro Eklund over 1 year ago

  • Subject changed from Spreadsheet expressions with a negative sign immediately next to another operation sign will causes ParseException to Spreadsheet expressions with a negative sign immediately next to another operation sign causes ParseException

#2 Updated by Tuukka Lehtonen about 1 year ago

  • Tags set to spreadsheet, formula
  • Due date deleted (2016-08-26)
  • Category set to Spreadsheet
  • Status changed from New to On hold
  • Target version deleted (1.25.0)
  • Start date deleted (2016-08-26)

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