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counting multiple values derived from a if/mid statement

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    counting multiple values derived from a if/mid statement

    There are ways to create intermediate steps to solve this problem but I want do this as a single formula in a cell.

    I have a single column of values that contain some unique values that repeat a couple times. I am interested in one specific value in the string that determines a grouping. This section of the string value is represented in the Mid part of the equation below. These values range from 1 to 9. So I would like to see how many of each one of those mid values are contained in my whole column. I thought that I could create if statements and then count them as solution. My problem is that I I found that to get the below equation to work accurately I would have to enter a new if / mid statement for every row. I have 118 rows and 7 unique values so I am looking for a shortcut, some kind of a loop.



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    Re: counting multiple values derived from a if/mid statement

    Do you mean?


    adjusting range to suit.
    Where there is a will there are many ways.

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