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    unique and ordered list from data obtained with formula

    Goodmorning everyone
    in the attached file I have a table in column A the data entered manually and in column B the same data but obtained with a formula
    The goal is to extract the unique and ordered list of data
    now with the formula I use I get the correct result only from the data entered manually (column A) while if I have to apply it to the data of column B (obtained with formula) it returns the first empty field ...
    How to modify the formula in question so that the same result is obtained?
    Thanks for your attention


    Formula :

    =IFERROR(INDEX([Origine],MATCH(0,INDEX(COUNTIF([Origine],"<"&[Origine])/([Origine]>"")-SUMPRODUCT(COUNTIF($D$1:$D1,[Origine])),),0)),"")
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    Re: unique and ordered list from data obtained with formula

    Please try at C2:D2

    =IFERROR(INDEX([Orig.],MATCH(0,INDEX(COUNTIF([Orig.],"<"&[Orig.])-COUNTBLANK([Orig.])+SUMPRODUCT(--ISBLANK([Orig.]))-SUMPRODUCT(COUNTIFS([Orig.],C$1:C1)),),)),"")

    or E2
    =IFERROR(INDEX([Origine],MATCH(0,INDEX(COUNTIF([Origine],"<"&[Origine])-COUNTBLANK([Origine])-SUMPRODUCT(COUNTIFS([Origine],D$1:D1)),),)),"")
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    Re: unique and ordered list from data obtained with formula

    Thank you so much
    of the support

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    Re: unique and ordered list from data obtained with formula

    Quote Originally Posted by Bo_Ry View Post
    Please try at C2:D2

    =IFERROR(INDEX([Orig.],MATCH(0,INDEX(COUNTIF([Orig.],"<"&[Orig.])-COUNTBLANK([Orig.])+SUMPRODUCT(--ISBLANK([Orig.]))-SUMPRODUCT(COUNTIFS([Orig.],C$1:C1)),),)),"")

    or E2
    =IFERROR(INDEX([Origine],MATCH(0,INDEX(COUNTIF([Origine],"<"&[Origine])-COUNTBLANK([Origine])-SUMPRODUCT(COUNTIFS([Origine],D$1:D1)),),)),"")
    Hi+
    thx so much for the support
    The formula in column "D" does exactly what is espected
    Unforntunately, formula in column "C" does not work when the first cell of the "Orig." is empty. If you try this in the file you attached you can see the result

    Thx

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