Hi @BenLee, @Ander, @Jean_Pierre_Traets
Thank you very much for the explanation and for your time - it is invaluable.
stumbled onto one of the key differentiators of Coda.
It seems to me not quite, I rather stumbled on a practical application in my case.
For me, the logic of Coda looks something like this:
So in your first post, you’re trying to subtract one array of data from another array of data.
a small row icon next to the a1 and a2 in your formula
I did understand it before (or I thought I did), but now it has become clearer with logic of the Coda, in a way of how to work with syntax, how to use it. Clarifying the meaning of a small row icon helped me a lot. BUT…
I have to apologize for my English - this is not my native language, plus trying to understand the logic is even more difficult.
Therefore, I ask you to forgive me, BUT some of your expressions (sentences) do not correspond to how I understand this.
аггау of data, for example: [1,3,5,7,11,13]
You said: «This means the row is being pulled in»
Well, let it be a row (actually it is, for example: [1,3,5,7,11,13]) and the data for this row is collected from a column, in my case a1. (or it doesn’t collected from the column? ).
But then you said: «lf there is а column in that row called “Му number”…»
How can there be another column inside a column?
In my case the row a1:
@Ander, I just did not work with text type columns in this way - now I will know that it is possible.
@Jean_Pierre_Traets Thank you, it is an interesting example.