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--- Comment #2 from Wolfgang Jäger <> ---
(In reply to Regina Henschel from comment #1)
> 6.11.3 HYPERLINK
> Semantics: The default for the second argument is the value of the first
> argument. The second argument value is returned. 
> In addition, hosting environments may interpret expressions containing
> HYPERLINK function calls as calling for an implementation-dependent creation
> of a hypertext link based on the expression containing the HYPERLINK
> function calls.
> It is not an ODF problem. On one hand you have "implementation-dependent"
> and on the other hand you have "based on the expression containing the
> HYPERLINK function calls", which means, that the hyperlink URL can be build
> from the total expression and not only of the part in the HYPERLINK function.

You are right. It's not an issue concerning compliance with ODF.
The actual behaviour is, however, not reasonable. 
WHY should additional parts of text returned by another operand in the formula
be considerd to belong to the URL (or similar target expression)? The second
parameter is not, after all, and something advetently to be appended to the URL
can be placed in the first parameter position. 
Thus I would still call this a bug. It may, however, be seen as feature request
/ enhancement. It should just be fixed.

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