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05/21/2017 4:57 AM

Please can anyone give me the formular for PPF and TAX in Ms Excel cause I cant find it anywhere

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05/21/2017 10:08 AM

Define PPF and TAX?

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05/21/2017 10:41 AM

Start here first.

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05/21/2017 12:51 PM

No, not without more information.

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05/21/2017 2:58 PM

<...cant find it anywhere...> Well, it isn't here either.

Anyone who understands those two TLAs could probably answer if that individual could be arsed, perhaps?

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05/21/2017 10:33 PM

Maybe too good an answer but that's a great link. Now I can figure out what my staff and grandkids are talking about SOF = Silly Old Fart
Anyway, 14 job openings now exist, engineers and drafties...grandkids I am informed that I am not allowed to KILL
Power Plant Frame makes sense to me but PPF obviously not

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05/21/2017 10:41 PM

PPF = Petaflops Per Furlong, a linear measure of computing power, not to be confused with Pints Per Firkin.

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05/23/2017 12:26 PM

Yes sir... Pediflops-per-furlong... Jess lak we uust to do, back on the railroad. Ah 'member 'em clearly... yes, yes, yes...

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05/21/2017 11:48 PM

TAX = Trumps Against Xenophobia, a number identically equal to zero.

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05/22/2017 11:31 AM

Kinda hung up on Trumps and Flops today aren't we? Too many beans this weekend?

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05/22/2017 11:35 AM

Recovering from the flu. Amazing what one conjures-up when ensconced on the Great White (Porcelain) Throne for eight hours straight.

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05/22/2017 12:10 PM

Yikes! Now you and my wifey have something in common!

Her rule #1 - never more than 30 seconds from major porcelain.

I know we are speaking of Ms. Excel here, but what about Mr. Excel, is he politically a non-sequitur these days?

What about Mr. Mice (tapping the keys on this keyboard). CM ittsy bitsy feets? MR Mice!

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05/22/2017 12:35 PM

Then we have Ms Excel Plus:

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05/22/2017 12:38 PM

I bet that version can handle long vectors better than the standard one.

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05/22/2017 4:46 PM

What's the difference?

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05/22/2017 11:30 AM

Pre-paid Financing and Taxes on a vehicle perhaps?

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05/22/2017 1:20 PM

You already know that ''PPF'' and ''TAX'' are not standard functions provided in Excel(C), or you would not be asking the posted question...

So, how about supplying us with (details/examples/other) on what you are starting with, and what you are trying to do, with said details, etc.?...

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05/23/2017 1:33 AM

That would be really helpful.

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05/23/2017 5:05 AM

surely the formula for tax is just

<rate of tax> x <amount to be taxed on>

What's PPF?

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Re: Ms Excel

05/25/2017 5:11 PM

Payment Per Fart?

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