The Excel MAKEARRAY function returns a array with specified rows and columns, based on a custom LAMBDA calculation. MAKEARRAY can be used to create arrays with variable dimensions where values are the result of a calculation.
The MAKEARRAY function returns a array with specified rows and columns, based on a custom LAMBDA calculation. MAKEARRAY can be used to create arrays with variable dimensions where the values in the array are calculated.
The MAKEARRAY function takes three arguments: rows, columns, and lambda. Rows is the number of columns to create, and columns is the number or columns to create. Lambda is the calculation to use when creating values in the array. The total number of values in the array returned by MAKEARRAY will equal rows * columns.
The MAKEARRAY uses the LAMBDA function to apply the formula required to calculate array values. The structure of the LAMBDA used by MAKEARRAY is:
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