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    Formula comparing 2 tables

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    Table is in attached picture.

    I need formula comparing these to two tables and the functioning as below

    A2 <= E3 and B2 = F1 then C2=F3

    A values will differ not exactly 2048 & 4096 it may be 2570

    i have tried this

    =INDEX($E$1:$M$6,IF(A5<=$E$1:$E$6,$E$1:$E$6),MATCH(B5,E$1:M$1,0))

    if should be looped until it is true..

    The value of A2(=2048) should be compared to E3 to E6. IFA2 is less or equal to E3 (A2 <= E3) then we will consider E3 row .

    Plz hlp! Thx in Advance
    Last edited by ksk.prasad; 12-16-2011 at 04:02 PM. Reason: UPDATE

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    Re: Formula comparing 2 tables

    Try this, C2 copy down

    =VLOOKUP(A2,$E:$M,MATCH(B2,E$1:M$1,0))
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    Re: Formula comparing 2 tables

    It worked out, but if A2 values is 3456 it should check in value 4096 row, but it is taking 2048 row

    The Memory over head value for 3456 is 324.99

    Memory CPU Memory overhead
    2048 1 137.81
    4096 1 165.98
    4096 2 242.51
    3456 4 280.53
    4096 2 242.51
    4096 1 165.98
    Last edited by ksk.prasad; 12-16-2011 at 04:26 PM.

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    Re: Formula comparing 2 tables

    Try:

    =INDEX($E$4:$M$8,MATCH(TRUE,INDEX($E$4:$E$8>=A2,0),0),MATCH(B2,E$1:M$1,0))

    adjust ranges to suit.
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    Re: Formula comparing 2 tables

    Try this,

    =HLOOKUP(B2,E$1:M$6,MATCH(A2,E$1:E$6)+(LOOKUP(A2,E$1:E$6)<A2),0)

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