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    Re: accumulated dependency calculation

    To me your 'explanation' is as 'intriguing' as 'incomprehensible'.
    Can you please read it over from a reader's perspective ?
    If you find it improvable, please do not hesitate to improve it.



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    Re: accumulated dependency calculation

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    Re: accumulated dependency calculation

    How would one know what's dependent on what by looking at your single-column list?

    Suggest you post a workbook with an example showing expected results.
    Entia non sunt multiplicanda sine necessitate

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    Re: accumulated dependency calculation

    I think it is only clear to you. Good luck.

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    Re: accumulated dependency calculation

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    Re: accumulated dependency calculation

    How did the data in col E come to be? (But at least it answers the question, "where are the dependencies?")

    It's not very " machine readable", e.g.,

    "potentially all previous need to be repeated"

    "5.3.11.3/4, 5.3.18.1/6, 5.3.19.5"

    "5.5.5.1.1/3, 5.3.11.3/4 and 5.3.19.5"

    Given the dependency calculation, is the goal to minimize the sum of the column?

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    Re: accumulated dependency calculation

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    Re: accumulated dependency calculation

    What's the genesis of the problem and the utility of solving it?

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    Re: accumulated dependency calculation

    As long as you can't formulate your concept of 'dependency' it's impossible to translate it to VBA (or any other language whatsoever).

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