m.a.riosv <> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
             Status|UNCONFIRMED                 |RESOLVED
                 CC|                            |miguelangelrv@libreoffice.o
                   |                            |rg
         Resolution|---                         |NOTABUG

--- Comment #3 from m.a.riosv <> ---
(In reply to simm.emanem from comment #0)
> .............
> I am pretty sure that the problem is with ISNUMBER, because if I add a
> number to the result of  LEFT, I get a correct sum:   =LEFT(G6)+1 equals 3.
> ISNUMBER is treating the value provided by LEFT as text instead of as a
> number.
Because there is an automatic conversion out of LEFT() that gives an string,
the + operation makes the conversion.

An easy way to have it working is involve the LEFT() with N() function
N(LEFT()), or doing an operation forcing the conversion LEFT()+0.
Returns the numeric value of the given parameter. Returns 0 if parameter is
text or FALSE.
If an error occurs the function returns the error value.
Value is the parameter to be converted into a number. N() returns the numeric
value if it can. It returns the logical values TRUE and FALSE as 1 and 0
respectively. It returns text as 0.

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