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10:50pm Tue 7th May, Zhiyang X.

Hello Professor Wise, I am wondering that, in the Ass2, do we need to consider the wrong or invalid non-numerical value in cells? Just like "5.2#@##@" or "4.....322" in the Cantril ladder score column. Best Regards.


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12:10pm Wed 8th May, Michael W.

"Zhiyang Xu" <23*5*0*2@s*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> Hello Professor Wise, > > I am wondering that, in the Ass2, do we need to consider the wrong or invalid non-numerical value in cells? Just like "5.2#@##@" or "4.....322" in the Cantril ladder score column. > > Best Regards.
Hi Zhiyang, I cannot find those patterns in the data I provided. It looks like unicode characters have been introduced(??), but I cannot reproduce that problem. Cheers MichaelW 👨‍🎨


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4:19pm Wed 8th May, Zhiyang X.

Hi professor Wise, Sorry for the ambiguity, my concern is that should we assume that in the input files, all the value in cells are correct? Best regards.


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9:41am Sun 12th May, Michael W.

"Zhiyang Xu" <23*5*0*2@s*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> Hi professor Wise, > > Sorry for the ambiguity, my concern is that should we assume that in the input files, all the value in cells are correct? > > Best regards.
Hi Zhiyang, The columns will be correct to type. That is, you'll get numbers where numbers are expected and strings where strings are expected (or an empty cell). Cheers MichaelW 👨‍🎨

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