Hi Phil On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 14:39, Phil (Philip) Mason <phil.ma...@broadcom.com> wrote: > Should I be able to use @> in references to remote tables?
Yes, this issue has been resolved by Carsten with release_7.7-420-g1432e4b > Is there a syntax I should be using if I want to get all the entries > in a table below a certain row without explicitly entering the > number of the last row? The general solution for a Calc formula is e. g. with subvec as I described here: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2011-11/msg00562.html and in a similar sense as I described for subscr in the subsection "Dynamic variation of ranges" here: http://orgmode.org/worg/org-hacks.html#field-coordinates-in-formulas The general solution for a Lisp formula is e. g. with calc-subvector I guess. The following simpler solution is only possible when the range is relative to the field where the formula is evaluated in and when the offset to the range border is static: |---+-----| | a | abc | | b | bcd | | c | cde | | d | | | e | | |---+-----| #+TBLFM: @<$2..@>>>$2 = '(concat @0$1..@+2$1) With a remote table you can not use the simple solution. Michael