3.4 Complex Number - conversion to complex

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• Type: Bug
• Status: Closed
• Priority: Major
• Resolution: Fixed
• Affects Version/s: ODF 1.2 Part 2 CD 1
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Functions and operators that accept complex numbers shall accept Text values as complex numbers (see the section on convert to complex), as well as Numbers that are not complex numbers, so IMSUM("3i";4) will produce the same result as COMPLEX(4;3).

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Functions and operators that accept complex numbers shall accept Text values as complex numbers (see 5.3.10 Conversion to Complex Number), as well as Numbers that are not complex numbers.
Note: IMSUM("3i";4) produces the same result as COMPLEX(4;3).

Reject the change that added " Office-2344" to that paragraph.

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Change Functions and operators that accept complex numbers shall accept Text values as complex numbers (see the section on convert to complex), as well as Numbers that are not complex numbers, so IMSUM("3i";4) will produce the same result as COMPLEX(4;3). to Functions and operators that accept complex numbers shall accept Text values as complex numbers (see 5.3.10 Conversion to Complex Number), as well as Numbers that are not complex numbers. Note: IMSUM("3i";4) produces the same result as COMPLEX(4;3). Reject the change that added " Office-2344" to that paragraph.

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The fourth paragraph under 3.4 Complex Number reads:

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Note that functions and operators that accept complex numbers shall accept Text values as complex numbers (see the section on convert to complex), as well as Numbers that are not complex numbers, so IMSUM("3i";4) will produce the same result as COMPLEX(4;3).
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If Text and Number values are automatically converted, then how does COMPLEX() accept Text values?

By the time the value reaches COMPLEX() it is a complex number.

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• Assignee:
Eike Rathke (Inactive)
Reporter:
Patrick Durusau
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