diff git a/pofunctions/ChangeLog b/pofunctions/ChangeLog
index 64bf0fcbe2c6a8ded3f1a69169aee0fb373907c1..ce196d9fde67099ab3b227c54fcafd762b1f8b94 100644
 a/pofunctions/ChangeLog
+++ b/pofunctions/ChangeLog
@@ 1,3 +1,7 @@
+20060910 David Lodge
+
+ * en_GB.po: Updated English (British) translation.
+
20060816 Gabor Kelemen
* hu.po: Translation updated.
diff git a/pofunctions/en_GB.po b/pofunctions/en_GB.po
index 1de9c7c2effb77334943444b6a55041e2a5b98f5..e32c4e92e96c67948396078a2df3daecbe7e8e92 100644
 a/pofunctions/en_GB.po
+++ b/pofunctions/en_GB.po
@@ 2,29 +2,27 @@
# Copyright (C) 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# Karl Eichwalder , 2001.
# Robert Brady , 2001.
#
#
+#
+#
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"ProjectIdVersion: gnumeric 1.2\n"
"ReportMsgidBugsTo: \n"
"POTCreationDate: 20050425 20:370400\n"
"PORevisionDate: 20050425 20:450400\n"
"LastTranslator: Gareth Owen \n"
+"POTCreationDate: 20060910 17:15+0100\n"
+"PORevisionDate: 20060910 17:260000\n"
+"LastTranslator: David Lodge \n"
"LanguageTeam: English/GB \n"
"MIMEVersion: 1.0\n"
"ContentType: text/plain; charset=UTF8\n"
"ContentTransferEncoding: 8bit\n"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:160
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:174
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CUM_BIV_NORM_DIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=CUM_BIV_NORM_DIST(a,b,rho)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CUM_BIV_NORM_DIST calculates the cumulative bivariate normal "
"distribution from parameters a, b & rho.\n"
"The return value is the probability that two random variables with "
"correlation @rho are respectively each less than @a and @b.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CUM_BIV_NORM_DIST calculates the cumulative bivariate normal distribution from parameters a, b & rho.\n"
+"The return value is the probability that two random variables with correlation @rho are respectively each less than @a and @b.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 32,114 +30,82 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CUM_BIV_NORM_DIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=CUM_BIV_NORM_DIST(a,b,rho)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CUM_BIV_NORM_DIST calculates the cumulative bivariate normal "
"distribution from parameters a, b & rho.\n"
"The return value is the probability that two random variables with "
"correlation @rho are respectively each less than @a and @b.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CUM_BIV_NORM_DIST calculates the cumulative bivariate normal distribution from parameters a, b & rho.\n"
+"The return value is the probability that two random variables with correlation @rho are respectively each less than @a and @b.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NORMDIST,NORMSDIST,NORMSINV"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:222
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:234
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility [,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the price of a "
"European option using call_put_flag, @call_put_flag, 'c' or 'p' struck at "
"@strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility [,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the price of a European option using call_put_flag, @call_put_flag, 'c' or 'p' struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date. \n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed in the same units as @strike and "
"@spot.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date. \n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed in the same units as @strike and @spot.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_VEGA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility [,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the price of a "
"European option using call_put_flag, @call_put_flag, 'c' or 'p' struck at "
"@strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility [,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the price of a European option using call_put_flag, @call_put_flag, 'c' or 'p' struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date. \n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed in the same units as @strike and "
"@spot.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date. \n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed in the same units as @strike and @spot.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_VEGA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:292
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:304
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_DELTA\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_DELTA(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_DELTA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the "
"'delta' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag, 'c' or 'p' "
"struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_DELTA(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_DELTA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'delta' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag, 'c' or 'p' struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"Where @time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date. \n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed in the same units as @strike and "
"@spot.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date. \n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed in the same units as @strike and @spot.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_VEGA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_DELTA\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_DELTA(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_DELTA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the "
"'delta' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag, 'c' or 'p' "
"struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_DELTA(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_DELTA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'delta' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag, 'c' or 'p' struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"Where @time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date. \n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed in the same units as @strike and "
"@spot.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date. \n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed in the same units as @strike and @spot.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_VEGA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:347
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:359
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_GAMMA\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_GAMMA(spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_GAMMA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the "
"'gamma' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price "
"@spot.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_GAMMA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'gamma' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"\n"
"(The gamma of an option is the second derivative of its price with respect "
"to the price of the underlying asset, and is the same for calls and puts.)\n"
+"(The gamma of an option is the second derivative of its price with respect to the price of the underlying asset, and is the same for calls and puts.)\n"
"\n"
"@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of delta per "
"unit change in @spot.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of delta per unit change in @spot.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 147,93 +113,67 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_GAMMA\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_GAMMA(spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_GAMMA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the "
"'gamma' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price "
"@spot.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_GAMMA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'gamma' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"\n"
"(The gamma of an option is the second derivative of its price with respect "
"to the price of the underlying asset, and is the same for calls and puts.)\n"
+"(The gamma of an option is the second derivative of its price with respect to the price of the underlying asset, and is the same for calls and puts.)\n"
"\n"
"@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of delta per "
"unit change in @spot.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of delta per unit change in @spot.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_VEGA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:417
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:429
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_THETA\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_THETA(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_THETA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the "
"'theta' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag struck at "
"@strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_THETA(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_THETA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'theta' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"\n"
"(The theta of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to "
"time to expiry.)\n"
+"(The theta of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to time to expiry.)\n"
"\n"
"@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years\n"
"and @rate is the riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as minus the rate of change of option "
"value, per 365.25 days.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as minus the rate of change of option value, per 365.25 days.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_VEGA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_THETA\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_THETA(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_THETA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the "
"'theta' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag struck at "
"@strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_THETA(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_THETA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'theta' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"\n"
"(The theta of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to "
"time to expiry.)\n"
+"(The theta of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to time to expiry.)\n"
"\n"
"@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years\n"
"and @rate is the riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as minus the rate of change of option "
"value, per 365.25 days.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as minus the rate of change of option value, per 365.25 days.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_VEGA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:474
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:486
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_VEGA\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_VEGA(spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_VEGA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the "
"'vega' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price "
"@spot.\n"
"(The vega of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to "
"volatility, and is the same for calls and puts.)\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_VEGA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'vega' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"(The vega of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to volatility, and is the same for calls and puts.)\n"
+"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.\n"
" @time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option "
"value, per 100% volatility.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option value, per 100% volatility.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 241,196 +181,134 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_VEGA\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_VEGA(spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_VEGA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the "
"'vega' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price "
"@spot.\n"
"(The vega of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to "
"volatility, and is the same for calls and puts.)\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_VEGA uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'vega' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"(The vega of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to volatility, and is the same for calls and puts.)\n"
+"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.\n"
" @time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option "
"value, per 100% volatility.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option value, per 100% volatility.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:547
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:561
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_RHO\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_RHO(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_RHO uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'rho' "
"of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag struck at @strike on "
"an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
"\n"
"(The rho of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to the "
"risk free interest rate.)\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_RHO(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_RHO uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'rho' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
+"\n"
+"(The rho of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to the risk free interest rate.)\n"
"@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option "
"value, per 100% change in @rate.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option value, per 100% change in @rate.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_VEGA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_RHO\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_RHO(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_RHO uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'rho' "
"of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag struck at @strike on "
"an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
"\n"
"(The rho of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to the "
"risk free interest rate.)\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_RHO(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_RHO uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'rho' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
+"\n"
+"(The rho of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to the risk free interest rate.)\n"
"@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option "
"value, per 100% change in @rate.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option value, per 100% change in @rate.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_VEGA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:614
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:629
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the "
"'elasticity' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot "
"price @spot.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
"\n"
"(The elasticity of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect "
"to its cost of carry.)\n"
"\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date. @time is the time to maturity of the "
"option expressed in years.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'elasticity' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
+"\n"
+"(The elasticity of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to its cost of carry.)\n"
+"\n"
+"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date. @time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option "
"value, per 100% volatility.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option value, per 100% volatility.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the "
"'elasticity' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot "
"price @spot.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
"\n"
"(The elasticity of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect "
"to its cost of carry.)\n"
"\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date. @time is the time to maturity of the "
"option expressed in years.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST uses the BlackScholes model to calculate the 'elasticity' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
+"\n"
+"(The elasticity of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to its cost of carry.)\n"
+"\n"
+"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date. @time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option "
"value, per 100% volatility.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option value, per 100% volatility.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:687
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:701
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,domestic_rate,"
"foreign_rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN values the theoretical price of a European "
"currency option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date. \n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,domestic_rate,foreign_rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN values the theoretical price of a European currency option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date. \n"
"@time the number of days to exercise.\n"
"@domestic_rate is the domestic riskfree interest rate to the exercise "
"date.\n"
"@foreign_rate is the foreign riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, "
"in percent.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option "
"value, per 100% volatility.\n"
+"@domestic_rate is the domestic riskfree interest rate to the exercise date.\n"
+"@foreign_rate is the foreign riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option value, per 100% volatility.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,domestic_rate,"
"foreign_rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN values the theoretical price of a European "
"currency option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date. \n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,domestic_rate,foreign_rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN values the theoretical price of a European currency option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date. \n"
"@time the number of days to exercise.\n"
"@domestic_rate is the domestic riskfree interest rate to the exercise "
"date.\n"
"@foreign_rate is the foreign riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, "
"in percent.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option "
"value, per 100% volatility.\n"
+"@domestic_rate is the domestic riskfree interest rate to the exercise date.\n"
+"@foreign_rate is the foreign riskfree interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option value, per 100% volatility.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:759
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:772
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_FRENCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_FRENCH(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,t2,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FRENCH values the theoretical price of a European option "
"adjusted for trading day volatility, struck at @strike on an asset with spot "
"price @spot.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date.\n"
" @time the number of calendar days to exercise divided by calendar days in "
"the year.\n"
"@t2 is the number of trading days to exercise divided by trading days in the "
"year.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_FRENCH(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,t2,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FRENCH values the theoretical price of a European option adjusted for trading day volatility, struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.\n"
+" @time the number of calendar days to exercise divided by calendar days in the year.\n"
+"@t2 is the number of trading days to exercise divided by trading days in the year.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, to the "
"exercise date, in percent.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"For common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 438,38 +316,27 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_FRENCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_FRENCH(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,t2,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FRENCH values the theoretical price of a European option "
"adjusted for trading day volatility, struck at @strike on an asset with spot "
"price @spot.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the "
"period through to the exercise date.\n"
" @time the number of calendar days to exercise divided by calendar days in "
"the year.\n"
"@t2 is the number of trading days to exercise divided by trading days in the "
"year.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_FRENCH(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,t2,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FRENCH values the theoretical price of a European option adjusted for trading day volatility, struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualised volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.\n"
+" @time the number of calendar days to exercise divided by calendar days in the year.\n"
+"@t2 is the number of trading days to exercise divided by trading days in the year.\n"
"@rate is the riskfree interest rate.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, to the "
"exercise date, in percent.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, to the exercise date, in percent.\n"
"For common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:824
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:836
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_JUMP_DIFF\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_JUMP_DIFF(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility,lambda,"
"gamma)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_JUMP_DIFF models the theoretical price of an option "
"according to the Jump Diffusion process (Merton).\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_JUMP_DIFF(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility,lambda,gamma)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_JUMP_DIFF models the theoretical price of an option according to the Jump Diffusion process (Merton).\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price of the option.\n"
"@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
@@ 483,12 +350,9 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_JUMP_DIFF\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_JUMP_DIFF(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility,lambda,"
"gamma)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_JUMP_DIFF models the theoretical price of an option "
"according to the Jump Diffusion process (Merton).\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_JUMP_DIFF(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility,lambda,gamma)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_JUMP_DIFF models the theoretical price of an option according to the Jump Diffusion process (Merton).\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price of the option.\n"
"@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.\n"
@@ 501,30 +365,24 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:921
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:935
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ(call_put_flag,p_t,f_t,x,t1,t2,v_s,v_e,v_f,"
"rho_se,rho_sf,rho_ef,kappa_e,kappa_f)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ models the theoretical price of options "
"on commodities futures according to Miltersen & Schwartz. \n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ(call_put_flag,p_t,f_t,x,t1,t2,v_s,v_e,v_f,rho_se,rho_sf,rho_ef,kappa_e,kappa_f)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ models the theoretical price of options on commodities futures according to Miltersen & Schwartz. \n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@p_t is a zero coupon bond with expiry at option maturity.\n"
"@f_t is is the futures price.\n"
+"@f_t is the futures price.\n"
"@x is is the strike price.\n"
"@t1 is the time to maturity of the option.\n"
"@t2 is the time to maturity of the underlying commodity futures contract.\n"
"@v_s is the volatility of the spot commodity price.\n"
"@v_e is the volatility of the future convenience yield.\n"
"@v_f is the volatility of the forward rate of interest.\n"
"@rho_se is correlation between the spot commodity price and the convenience "
"yield.\n"
"@rho_sf is correlation between the spot commodity price and the forward "
"interest rate.\n"
"@rho_ef is correlation between the forward interest rate and the convenience "
"yield.\n"
+"@rho_se is correlation between the spot commodity price and the convenience yield.\n"
+"@rho_sf is correlation between the spot commodity price and the forward interest rate.\n"
+"@rho_ef is correlation between the forward interest rate and the convenience yield.\n"
"@kappa_e is the speed of mean reversion of the convenience yield.\n"
"@kappa_f is the speed of mean reversion of the forward interest rate.\n"
"\n"
@@ 533,26 +391,20 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ(call_put_flag,p_t,f_t,x,t1,t2,v_s,v_e,v_f,"
"rho_se,rho_sf,rho_ef,kappa_e,kappa_f)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ models the theoretical price of options "
"on commodities futures according to Miltersen & Schwartz. \n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ(call_put_flag,p_t,f_t,x,t1,t2,v_s,v_e,v_f,rho_se,rho_sf,rho_ef,kappa_e,kappa_f)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ models the theoretical price of options on commodities futures according to Miltersen & Schwartz. \n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@p_t is a zero coupon bond with expiry at option maturity.\n"
"@f_t is is the futures price.\n"
+"@f_t is the futures price.\n"
"@x is is the strike price.\n"
"@t1 is the time to maturity of the option.\n"
"@t2 is the time to maturity of the underlying commodity futures contract.\n"
"@v_s is the volatility of the spot commodity price.\n"
"@v_e is the volatility of the future convenience yield.\n"
"@v_f is the volatility of the forward rate of interest.\n"
"@rho_se is correlation between the spot commodity price and the convenience "
"yield.\n"
"@rho_sf is correlation between the spot commodity price and the forward "
"interest rate.\n"
"@rho_ef is correlation between the forward interest rate and the convenience "
"yield.\n"
+"@rho_se is correlation between the spot commodity price and the convenience yield.\n"
+"@rho_sf is correlation between the spot commodity price and the forward interest rate.\n"
+"@rho_ef is correlation between the forward interest rate and the convenience yield.\n"
"@kappa_e is the speed of mean reversion of the convenience yield.\n"
"@kappa_f is the speed of mean reversion of the forward interest rate.\n"
"\n"
@@ 560,15 +412,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1034
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1048
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_RGW\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_RGW(call_put_flag,spot,strike,t1,t2,rate,d,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_RGW models the theoretical price of an american option "
"according to the RollGeskeWhaley approximation where: \n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_RGW models the theoretical price of an american option according to the RollGeskeWhaley approximation where: \n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@t1 is the time to the dividend payout.\n"
@@ 583,10 +433,8 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_RGW\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_RGW(call_put_flag,spot,strike,t1,t2,rate,d,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_RGW models the theoretical price of an american option "
"according to the RollGeskeWhaley approximation where: \n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_RGW models the theoretical price of an american option according to the RollGeskeWhaley approximation where: \n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@t1 is the time to the dividend payout.\n"
@@ 599,22 +447,18 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1091
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1105
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BAW_AMER\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BAW_AMER(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,cost_of_carry,"
"volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BAW_AMER models the theoretical price of an option "
"according to the Barone Adesie & Whaley approximation. \n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BAW_AMER(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BAW_AMER models the theoretical price of an option according to the Barone Adesie & Whaley approximation. \n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the number of days to maturity of the option.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 622,263 +466,204 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BAW_AMER\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BAW_AMER(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,cost_of_carry,"
"volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BAW_AMER models the theoretical price of an option "
"according to the Barone Adesie & Whaley approximation. \n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BAW_AMER(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BAW_AMER models the theoretical price of an option according to the Barone Adesie & Whaley approximation. \n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the number of days to maturity of the option.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1277
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1291
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BJER_STENS\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BJER_STENS(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BJER_STENS models the theoretical price of american options "
"according to the Bjerksund & Stensland approximation technique.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BJER_STENS(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BJER_STENS models the theoretical price of american options according to the Bjerksund & Stensland approximation technique.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the number of days to maturity of the option.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BJER_STENS\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BJER_STENS(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,"
"cost_of_carry])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BJER_STENS models the theoretical price of american options "
"according to the Bjerksund & Stensland approximation technique.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BJER_STENS(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BJER_STENS models the theoretical price of american options according to the Bjerksund & Stensland approximation technique.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the number of days to maturity of the option.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1364
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1378
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_EXEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_EXEC(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility,"
"cost_of_carry,lambda)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EXEC models the theoretical price of executive stock "
"options @call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a "
"call or a put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_EXEC(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility,cost_of_carry,lambda)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EXEC models the theoretical price of executive stock options @call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"One would expect this to always be a call option.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the number of days to maturity of the option.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@lambda is the jump rate for executives. The model assumes executives "
"forfeit their options if they leave the company.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@lambda is the jump rate for executives. The model assumes executives forfeit their options if they leave the company.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_EXEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_EXEC(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility,"
"cost_of_carry,lambda)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EXEC models the theoretical price of executive stock "
"options @call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a "
"call or a put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_EXEC(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility,cost_of_carry,lambda)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EXEC models the theoretical price of executive stock options @call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"One would expect this to always be a call option.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the number of days to maturity of the option.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@lambda is the jump rate for executives. The model assumes executives "
"forfeit their options if they leave the company.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@lambda is the jump rate for executives. The model assumes executives forfeit their options if they leave the company.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1415
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1429
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_FORWARD_START\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_FORWARD_START(call_put_flag,spot,alpha,time1,time,rate,"
"volatility,cost_of_carry)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FORWARD_START models the theoretical price of forward start "
"options\n"
" @call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_FORWARD_START(call_put_flag,spot,alpha,time1,time,rate,volatility,cost_of_carry)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FORWARD_START models the theoretical price of forward start options\n"
+" @call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@alpha is a fraction that set the strike price the future date @time1.\n"
"@time1 is the number of days until the option starts.\n"
"@time is the number of days to maturity of the option.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_FORWARD_START\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_FORWARD_START(call_put_flag,spot,alpha,time1,time,rate,"
"volatility,cost_of_carry)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FORWARD_START models the theoretical price of forward start "
"options\n"
" @call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_FORWARD_START(call_put_flag,spot,alpha,time1,time,rate,volatility,cost_of_carry)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FORWARD_START models the theoretical price of forward start options\n"
+" @call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@alpha is a fraction that set the strike price the future date @time1.\n"
"@time1 is the number of days until the option starts.\n"
"@time is the number of days to maturity of the option.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1481
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1495
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_TIME_SWITCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_TIME_SWITCH(call_put_flag,spot,strike,a,time,m,dt,rate,"
"cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_TIME_SWITCH models the theoretical price of time switch "
"options. (Pechtl 1995)\n"
"The holder receives @a * @dt for each period dt that the asset price was "
"greater than the strike price (for a call) or below it (for a put). \n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_TIME_SWITCH(call_put_flag,spot,strike,a,time,m,dt,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_TIME_SWITCH models the theoretical price of time switch options. (Pechtl 1995)\n"
+"The holder receives @a * @dt for each period dt that the asset price was greater than the strike price (for a call) or below it (for a put). \n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@a is the amount received for each time period as discussed above.\n"
"@time is the maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@m is the number of time units the option has already met the condition.\n"
"@dt is the agreed upon discrete time period (often a day) expressed as a "
"fraction of a year.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@dt is the agreed upon discrete time period (often a day) expressed as a fraction of a year.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_TIME_SWITCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_TIME_SWITCH(call_put_flag,spot,strike,a,time,m,dt,rate,"
"cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_TIME_SWITCH models the theoretical price of time switch "
"options. (Pechtl 1995)\n"
"The holder receives @a * @dt for each period dt that the asset price was "
"greater than the strike price (for a call) or below it (for a put). \n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_TIME_SWITCH(call_put_flag,spot,strike,a,time,m,dt,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_TIME_SWITCH models the theoretical price of time switch options. (Pechtl 1995)\n"
+"The holder receives @a * @dt for each period dt that the asset price was greater than the strike price (for a call) or below it (for a put). \n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@a is the amount received for each time period as discussed above.\n"
"@time is the maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@m is the number of time units the option has already met the condition.\n"
"@dt is the agreed upon discrete time period (often a day) expressed as a "
"fraction of a year.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@dt is the agreed upon discrete time period (often a day) expressed as a fraction of a year.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1541
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1549
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_SIMPLE_CHOOSER\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_SIMPLE_CHOOSER(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time1,time2,rate,"
"cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_SIMPLE_CHOOSER models the theoretical price of simple "
"chooser options.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_SIMPLE_CHOOSER(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time1,time2,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_SIMPLE_CHOOSER models the theoretical price of simple chooser options.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time1 is the time in years until the holder chooses a put or a call "
"option.\n"
+"@time1 is the time in years until the holder chooses a put or a call option.\n"
"@time2 is the time in years until the the chosen option expires.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_SIMPLE_CHOOSER\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_SIMPLE_CHOOSER(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time1,time2,rate,"
"cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_SIMPLE_CHOOSER models the theoretical price of simple "
"chooser options.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_SIMPLE_CHOOSER(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time1,time2,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_SIMPLE_CHOOSER models the theoretical price of simple chooser options.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time1 is the time in years until the holder chooses a put or a call "
"option.\n"
+"@time1 is the time in years until the holder chooses a put or a call option.\n"
"@time2 is the time in years until the the chosen option expires.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1605
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1612
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_COMPLEX_CHOOSER\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_COMPLEX_CHOOSER(call_put_flag,spot,strike_call,strike_put,time,"
"time_call,time_put,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_COMPLEX_CHOOSER models the theoretical price of complex "
"chooser options.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_COMPLEX_CHOOSER(call_put_flag,spot,strike_call,strike_put,time,time_call,time_put,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_COMPLEX_CHOOSER models the theoretical price of complex chooser options.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike_call is the strike price at which the option is struck, applicable "
"if exercised as a call option.\n"
"@strike_put is the strike price at which the option is struck, applicable if "
"exercised as a put option.\n"
"@time is the time in years until the holder chooses a put or a call "
"option. \n"
+"@strike_call is the strike price at which the option is struck, applicable if exercised as a call option.\n"
+"@strike_put is the strike price at which the option is struck, applicable if exercised as a put option.\n"
+"@time is the time in years until the holder chooses a put or a call option. \n"
"@time_call is the time in years to maturity of the call option if chosen.\n"
"@time_put is the time in years to maturity of the put option if chosen.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 886,100 +671,76 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_COMPLEX_CHOOSER\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_COMPLEX_CHOOSER(call_put_flag,spot,strike_call,strike_put,time,"
"time_call,time_put,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_COMPLEX_CHOOSER models the theoretical price of complex "
"chooser options.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_COMPLEX_CHOOSER(call_put_flag,spot,strike_call,strike_put,time,time_call,time_put,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_COMPLEX_CHOOSER models the theoretical price of complex chooser options.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike_call is the strike price at which the option is struck, applicable "
"if exercised as a call option.\n"
"@strike_put is the strike price at which the option is struck, applicable if "
"exercised as a put option.\n"
"@time is the time in years until the holder chooses a put or a call "
"option. \n"
+"@strike_call is the strike price at which the option is struck, applicable if exercised as a call option.\n"
+"@strike_put is the strike price at which the option is struck, applicable if exercised as a put option.\n"
+"@time is the time in years until the holder chooses a put or a call option. \n"
"@time_call is the time in years to maturity of the call option if chosen.\n"
"@time_put is the time in years to maturity of the put option if chosen.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1723
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1729
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_ON_OPTIONS\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_ON_OPTIONS(type_flag,spot,strike1,strike2,time1,time2,rate,"
"cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_ON_OPTIONS models the theoretical price of options on "
"options.\n"
"@type_flag is 'cc' for calls on calls, 'cp' for calls on puts, and so on for "
"'pc', and 'pp'.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_ON_OPTIONS(type_flag,spot,strike1,strike2,time1,time2,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_ON_OPTIONS models the theoretical price of options on options.\n"
+"@type_flag is 'cc' for calls on calls, 'cp' for calls on puts, and so on for 'pc', and 'pp'.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike1 is the strike price at which the option being valued is struck.\n"
"@strike2 is the strike price at which the underlying option is struck.\n"
"@time1 is the time in years to maturity of the option.\n"
"@time2 is the time in years to the maturity of the underlying option.\n"
"(@time2 >= @time1).\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset of the "
"underlying option.for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset of "
"the underlying option.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset of the underlying option.for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset of the underlying option.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_ON_OPTIONS\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_ON_OPTIONS(type_flag,spot,strike1,strike2,time1,time2,rate,"
"cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_ON_OPTIONS models the theoretical price of options on "
"options.\n"
"@type_flag is 'cc' for calls on calls, 'cp' for calls on puts, and so on for "
"'pc', and 'pp'.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_ON_OPTIONS(type_flag,spot,strike1,strike2,time1,time2,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_ON_OPTIONS models the theoretical price of options on options.\n"
+"@type_flag is 'cc' for calls on calls, 'cp' for calls on puts, and so on for 'pc', and 'pp'.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike1 is the strike price at which the option being valued is struck.\n"
"@strike2 is the strike price at which the underlying option is struck.\n"
"@time1 is the time in years to maturity of the option.\n"
"@time2 is the time in years to the maturity of the underlying option.\n"
"(@time2 >= @time1).\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset of the "
"underlying option.for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility in price of the underlying asset of "
"the underlying option.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset of the underlying option.for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@volatility is the annualised volatility in price of the underlying asset of the underlying option.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1811
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1817
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_EXTENDIBLE_WRITER\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_EXTENDIBLE_WRITER(call_put_flag,spot,strike1,strike2,time1,time2,"
"rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EXTENDIBLE_WRITER models the theoretical price of "
"extendible writer options. These are options that can be exercised at an "
"initial period, @time1, or their maturity extended to @time2 if the option "
"is out of the money at @time1.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_EXTENDIBLE_WRITER(call_put_flag,spot,strike1,strike2,time1,time2,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EXTENDIBLE_WRITER models the theoretical price of extendible writer options. These are options that can be exercised at an initial period, @time1, or their maturity extended to @time2 if the option is out of the money at @time1.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike1 is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@strike2 is the strike price at which the option is restruck if out of the "
"money at @time1.\n"
+"@strike2 is the strike price at which the option is restruck if out of the money at @time1.\n"
"@time1 is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@time2 is the is the extended maturity in years if chosen.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 987,178 +748,129 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_EXTENDIBLE_WRITER\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_EXTENDIBLE_WRITER(call_put_flag,spot,strike1,strike2,time1,time2,"
"rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EXTENDIBLE_WRITER models the theoretical price of "
"extendible writer options. These are options that can be exercised at an "
"initial period, @time1, or their maturity extended to @time2 if the option "
"is out of the money at @time1.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_EXTENDIBLE_WRITER(call_put_flag,spot,strike1,strike2,time1,time2,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EXTENDIBLE_WRITER models the theoretical price of extendible writer options. These are options that can be exercised at an initial period, @time1, or their maturity extended to @time2 if the option is out of the money at @time1.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike1 is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@strike2 is the strike price at which the option is restruck if out of the "
"money at @time1.\n"
+"@strike2 is the strike price at which the option is restruck if out of the money at @time1.\n"
"@time1 is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@time2 is the is the extended maturity in years if chosen.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1876
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1881
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_2_ASSET_CORRELATION\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_2_ASSET_CORRELATION(call_put_flag,spot1,spot2,strike1,strike2,"
"time,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,rate,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_2_ASSET_CORRELATION models the theoretical price of "
"options on 2 assets with correlation @rho.\n"
"The payoff for a call is max(@spot2  @strike2,0) if @spot1 > @strike1 or 0 "
"otherwise.\n"
"The payoff for a put is max (@strike2  @spot2, 0) if @spot1 < @strike1 or 0 "
"otherwise.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_2_ASSET_CORRELATION(call_put_flag,spot1,spot2,strike1,strike2,time,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,rate,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_2_ASSET_CORRELATION models the theoretical price of options on 2 assets with correlation @rho.\n"
+"The payoff for a call is max(@spot2  @strike2,0) if @spot1 > @strike1 or 0 otherwise.\n"
+"The payoff for a put is max (@strike2  @spot2, 0) if @spot1 < @strike1 or 0 otherwise.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot1 & @spot2 are the spot prices of the underlying assets.\n"
"@strike1 & @strike2 are the strike prices at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying "
"assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualized volatility in price of the "
"underlying assets.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualized volatility in price of the underlying assets.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_2_ASSET_CORRELATION\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_2_ASSET_CORRELATION(call_put_flag,spot1,spot2,strike1,strike2,"
"time,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,rate,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_2_ASSET_CORRELATION models the theoretical price of "
"options on 2 assets with correlation @rho.\n"
"The payoff for a call is max(@spot2  @strike2,0) if @spot1 > @strike1 or 0 "
"otherwise.\n"
"The payoff for a put is max (@strike2  @spot2, 0) if @spot1 < @strike1 or 0 "
"otherwise.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_2_ASSET_CORRELATION(call_put_flag,spot1,spot2,strike1,strike2,time,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,rate,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_2_ASSET_CORRELATION models the theoretical price of options on 2 assets with correlation @rho.\n"
+"The payoff for a call is max(@spot2  @strike2,0) if @spot1 > @strike1 or 0 otherwise.\n"
+"The payoff for a put is max (@strike2  @spot2, 0) if @spot1 < @strike1 or 0 otherwise.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot1 & @spot2 are the spot prices of the underlying assets.\n"
"@strike1 & @strike2 are the strike prices at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying "
"assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualized volatility in price of the "
"underlying assets.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualised volatility in price of the underlying assets.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1932
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1938
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE(spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,"
"cost_of_carry2,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE models the theoretical price of a European "
"option to exchange one asset with quantity @qty2 and spot price @spot2 for "
"another, with quantity @qty1 and spot price @spot1.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE(spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE models the theoretical price of a European option to exchange one asset with quantity @qty2 and spot price @spot2 for another, with quantity @qty1 and spot price @spot1.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying "
"assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualized volatility in price of the "
"underlying assets.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualized volatility in price of the underlying assets.\n"
"@rho is the correlation between the two assets.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE, OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, "
"OPT_BS_GAMMA"
+"@SEEALSO=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE, OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE(spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,"
"cost_of_carry2,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE models the theoretical price of a European "
"option to exchange one asset with quantity @qty2 and spot price @spot2 for "
"another, with quantity @qty1 and spot price @spot1.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE(spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE models the theoretical price of a European option to exchange one asset with quantity @qty2 and spot price @spot2 for another, with quantity @qty1 and spot price @spot1.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying "
"assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualised volatility in price of the "
"underlying assets.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualised volatility in price of the underlying assets.\n"
"@rho is the correlation between the two assets.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE, OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, "
"OPT_BS_GAMMA"
+"@SEEALSO=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE, OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1978
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1985
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE(spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,"
"cost_of_carry2,volatility1, volatility2, rho)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE models the theoretical price of an American "
"option to exchange one asset with quantity @qty2 and spot price @spot2 for "
"another, with quantity @qty1 and spot price @spot1.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE(spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,volatility1, volatility2, rho)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE models the theoretical price of an American option to exchange one asset with quantity @qty2 and spot price @spot2 for another, with quantity @qty1 and spot price @spot1.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying "
"assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualized volatility in price of the "
"underlying assets.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualized volatility in price of the underlying assets.\n"
"@rho is the correlation between the two assets.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE, OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, "
"OPT_BS_GAMMA"
+"@SEEALSO=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE, OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE(spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,"
"cost_of_carry2,volatility1, volatility2, rho)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE models the theoretical price of an American "
"option to exchange one asset with quantity @qty2 and spot price @spot2 for "
"another, with quantity @qty1 and spot price @spot1.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE(spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,volatility1, volatility2, rho)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_AMER_EXCHANGE models the theoretical price of an American option to exchange one asset with quantity @qty2 and spot price @spot2 for another, with quantity @qty1 and spot price @spot1.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying "
"assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualised volatility in price of the "
"underlying assets.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry1 & @cost_of_carry2 are the leakage in value of the underlying assets, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualised volatility in price of the underlying assets.\n"
"@rho is the correlation between the two assets.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE, OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, "
"OPT_BS_GAMMA"
+"@SEEALSO=OPT_EURO_EXCHANGE, OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2025
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2030
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_SPREAD_APPROX\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_SPREAD_APPROX(call_put_flag,fut_price1,fut_price2,strike,time, "
"rate,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_SPREAD_APPROX models the theoretical price of a European "
"option on the spread between two futures contracts.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_SPREAD_APPROX(call_put_flag,fut_price1,fut_price2,strike,time, rate,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_SPREAD_APPROX models the theoretical price of a European option on the spread between two futures contracts.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@fut_price1 & @fut_price2 are the prices of the two futures contracts.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck \n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualized volatility in price of the "
"underlying futures contracts.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualized volatility in price of the underlying futures contracts.\n"
"@rho is the correlation between the two futures contracts.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1166,44 +878,33 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_SPREAD_APPROX\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_SPREAD_APPROX(call_put_flag,fut_price1,fut_price2,strike,time, "
"rate,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_SPREAD_APPROX models the theoretical price of a European "
"option on the spread between two futures contracts.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_SPREAD_APPROX(call_put_flag,fut_price1,fut_price2,strike,time, rate,volatility1,volatility2,rho)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_SPREAD_APPROX models the theoretical price of a European option on the spread between two futures contracts.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@fut_price1 & @fut_price2 are the prices of the two futures contracts.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck \n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualised volatility in price of the "
"underlying futures contracts.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@volatility1 & @volatility2 are the annualised volatility in price of the underlying futures contracts.\n"
"@rho is the correlation between the two futures contracts.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2081
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2092
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_FLOAT_STRK_LKBK\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_FLOAT_STRK_LKBK(call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,time,rate,"
"cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FLOAT_STRK_LKBK models the theoretical price of an option "
"where the holder of the option may exercise on expiry at the most favourable "
"price observed during the options life of the underlying asset.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_FLOAT_STRK_LKBK(call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FLOAT_STRK_LKBK models the theoretical price of an option where the holder of the option may exercise on expiry at the most favourable price observed during the options life of the underlying asset.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@spot_min is the minimum spot price of the underlying asset so far "
"observed.\n"
"@spot_max is the maximum spot price of the underlying asset so far "
"observed.\n"
+"@spot_min is the minimum spot price of the underlying asset so far observed.\n"
+"@spot_max is the maximum spot price of the underlying asset so far observed.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1211,49 +912,35 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_FLOAT_STRK_LKBK\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_FLOAT_STRK_LKBK(call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,time,rate,"
"cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FLOAT_STRK_LKBK models the theoretical price of an option "
"where the holder of the option may exercise on expiry at the most favourable "
"price observed during the options life of the underlying asset.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_FLOAT_STRK_LKBK(call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FLOAT_STRK_LKBK models the theoretical price of an option where the holder of the option may exercise on expiry at the most favourable price observed during the options life of the underlying asset.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@spot_min is the minimum spot price of the underlying asset so far "
"observed.\n"
"@spot_max is the maximum spot price of the underlying asset so far "
"observed.\n"
+"@spot_min is the minimum spot price of the underlying asset so far observed.\n"
+"@spot_max is the maximum spot price of the underlying asset so far observed.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2151
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2162
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_FIXED_STRK_LKBK\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_FIXED_STRK_LKBK(call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,strike,time,"
"rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FIXED_STRK_LKBK models the theoretical price of an option "
"where the holder of the option may exercise on expiry at the most favourable "
"price observed during the options life of the underlying asset.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_FIXED_STRK_LKBK(call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,strike,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FIXED_STRK_LKBK models the theoretical price of an option where the holder of the option may exercise on expiry at the most favourable price observed during the options life of the underlying asset.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@spot_min is the minimum spot price of the underlying asset so far "
"observed.\n"
"@spot_max is the maximum spot price of the underlying asset so far "
"observed.\n"
+"@spot_min is the minimum spot price of the underlying asset so far observed.\n"
+"@spot_max is the maximum spot price of the underlying asset so far observed.\n"
"@strike is the strike prices at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1261,48 +948,35 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_FIXED_STRK_LKBK\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_FIXED_STRK_LKBK(call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,strike,time,"
"rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FIXED_STRK_LKBK models the theoretical price of an option "
"where the holder of the option may exercise on expiry at the most favourable "
"price observed during the options life of the underlying asset.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_FIXED_STRK_LKBK(call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,strike,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FIXED_STRK_LKBK models the theoretical price of an option where the holder of the option may exercise on expiry at the most favourable price observed during the options life of the underlying asset.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@spot_min is the minimum spot price of the underlying asset so far "
"observed.\n"
"@spot_max is the maximum spot price of the underlying asset so far "
"observed.\n"
+"@spot_min is the minimum spot price of the underlying asset so far observed.\n"
+"@spot_max is the maximum spot price of the underlying asset so far observed.\n"
"@strike is the strike prices at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common "
"stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
+"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2235
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2252
#, nocformat
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BINOMIAL\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BINOMIAL(amer_euro_flag,call_put_flag,num_time_steps, spot, "
"strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_ models the theoretical price of either an American or "
"European style option using a binomial tree.\n"
"@amer_euro_flag is either 'a' or 'e' to indicate whether the option being "
"valued is an American or European style option respectively.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
"@num_time_steps is the number of time steps used in the valuation, a greater "
"number of time steps yields greater accuracy however is slower to "
"calculate.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BINOMIAL(amer_euro_flag,call_put_flag,num_time_steps, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_ models the theoretical price of either an American or European style option using a binomial tree.\n"
+"@amer_euro_flag is either 'a' or 'e' to indicate whether the option being valued is an American or European style option respectively.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
+"@num_time_steps is the number of time steps used in the valuation, a greater number of time steps yields greater accuracy however is slower to calculate.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualized free rate of interest.\n"
+"@rate is the annualized riskfree rate of interest.\n"
"@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
@@ 1311,21 +985,15 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OPT_BINOMIAL\n"
"@SYNTAX=OPT_BINOMIAL(amer_euro_flag,call_put_flag,num_time_steps, spot, "
"strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_ models the theoretical price of either an American or "
"European style option using a binomial tree.\n"
"@amer_euro_flag is either 'a' or 'e' to indicate whether the option being "
"valued is an American or European style option respectively.\n"
"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a "
"put.\n"
"@num_time_steps is the number of time steps used in the valuation, a greater "
"number of time steps yields greater accuracy however is slower to "
"calculate.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=OPT_BINOMIAL(amer_euro_flag,call_put_flag,num_time_steps, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OPT_ models the theoretical price of either an American or European style option using a binomial tree.\n"
+"@amer_euro_flag is either 'a' or 'e' to indicate whether the option being valued is an American or European style option respectively.\n"
+"@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.\n"
+"@num_time_steps is the number of time steps used in the valuation, a greater number of time steps yields greater accuracy however is slower to calculate.\n"
"@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.\n"
"@time is the initial maturity of the option in years.\n"
"@rate is the risk annualised free rate of interest.\n"
+"@rate is the annualised riskfree rate of interest.\n"
"@volatility is the annualised volatility in price of the underlying asset.\n"
"@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset.\n"
"\n"
@@ 1339,9 +1007,7 @@ msgid ""
"@SYNTAX=COMPLEX(real,im[,suffix])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COMPLEX returns a complex number of the form x + yi.\n"
"\n"
"@real is the real and @im is the imaginary part of the complex number. "
"@suffix is the suffix for the imaginary part. If it is omitted, COMPLEX "
"uses 'i' by default.\n"
+"@real is the real and @im is the imaginary part of the complex number. @suffix is the suffix for the imaginary part. If it is omitted, COMPLEX uses 'i' by default.\n"
"\n"
"* If @suffix is neither 'i' nor 'j', COMPLEX returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 1355,9 +1021,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=COMPLEX(real,im[,suffix])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COMPLEX returns a complex number of the form x + yi.\n"
"\n"
"@real is the real and @im is the imaginary part of the complex number. "
"@suffix is the suffix for the imaginary part. If it is omitted, COMPLEX "
"uses 'i' by default.\n"
+"@real is the real and @im is the imaginary part of the complex number. @suffix is the suffix for the imaginary part. If it is omitted, COMPLEX uses 'i' by default.\n"
"\n"
"* If @suffix is neither 'i' nor 'j', COMPLEX returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 1373,8 +1037,7 @@ msgid ""
"@SYNTAX=IMAGINARY(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMAGINARY returns the imaginary part of a complex number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMAGINARY returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMAGINARY returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1386,8 +1049,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=IMAGINARY(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMAGINARY returns the imaginary part of a complex number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMAGINARY returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMAGINARY returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1453,8 +1115,7 @@ msgid ""
"@SYNTAX=IMCONJUGATE(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCONJUGATE returns the complex conjugate of a complex number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMCONJUGATE returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMCONJUGATE returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1466,8 +1127,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=IMCONJUGATE(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCONJUGATE returns the complex conjugate of a complex number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMCONJUGATE returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMCONJUGATE returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1479,8 +1139,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMINV(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMINV returns the the inverse, or reciprocal, of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMINV returns the the inverse, or reciprocal, of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\t1/z = (x  i y)/(x^2 + y^2).\n"
"\n"
@@ 1493,8 +1152,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMINV(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMINV returns the the inverse, or reciprocal, of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMINV returns the the inverse, or reciprocal, of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\t1/z = (x  i y)/(x^2 + y^2).\n"
"\n"
@@ 1509,8 +1167,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMNEG\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMNEG(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMNEG returns the negative of the complex number z (@inumber), "
"where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMNEG returns the negative of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tz = (x) + i(y).\n"
"\n"
@@ 1523,8 +1180,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMNEG\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMNEG(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMNEG returns the negative of the complex number z (@inumber), "
"where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMNEG returns the negative of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tz = (x) + i(y).\n"
"\n"
@@ 1591,8 +1247,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMSEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMSEC(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMSEC returns the complex secant of the complex number z "
"(@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMSEC returns the complex secant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tsec(z) = 1/cos(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 1605,8 +1260,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMSEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMSEC(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMSEC returns the complex secant of the complex number z "
"(@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMSEC returns the complex secant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tsec(z) = 1/cos(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 1621,8 +1275,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMCSC\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMCSC(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCSC returns the complex cosecant of the complex number z "
"(@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMCSC returns the complex cosecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tcsc(z) = 1/sin(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 1635,8 +1288,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMCSC\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMCSC(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCSC returns the complex cosecant of the complex number z "
"(@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMCSC returns the complex cosecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tcsc(z) = 1/sin(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 1651,8 +1303,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMCOT\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMCOT(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOT returns the complex cotangent of the complex number z "
"(@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOT returns the complex cotangent of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tcot(z) = 1/tan(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 1665,8 +1316,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMCOT\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMCOT(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOT returns the complex cotangent of the complex number z "
"(@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOT returns the complex cotangent of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tcot(z) = 1/tan(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 1707,12 +1357,9 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARGUMENT\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARGUMENT(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARGUMENT returns the argument theta of a complex number, i.e. "
"the angle in radians from the real axis to the representation of the number "
"in polar coordinates.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARGUMENT returns the argument theta of a complex number, i.e. the angle in radians from the real axis to the representation of the number in polar coordinates.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARGUMENT returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARGUMENT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1722,12 +1369,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARGUMENT\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARGUMENT(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARGUMENT returns the argument theta of a complex number, i.e. "
"the angle in radians from the real axis to the representation of the number "
"in polar coordinates.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARGUMENT returns the argument theta of a complex number, i.e. the angle in radians from the real axis to the representation of the number in polar coordinates.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARGUMENT returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARGUMENT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1741,9 +1385,7 @@ msgid ""
"@SYNTAX=IMLN(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMLN returns the natural logarithm of a complex number.\n"
"\n"
"The result will have an imaginary part between pi and +pi. The natural "
"logarithm is not uniquely defined on complex numbers. You may need to add or "
"subtract an even multiple of pi to the imaginary part.\n"
+"The result will have an imaginary part between pi and +pi. The natural logarithm is not uniquely defined on complex numbers. You may need to add or subtract an even multiple of pi to the imaginary part.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMLN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 1757,9 +1399,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=IMLN(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMLN returns the natural logarithm of a complex number.\n"
"\n"
"The result will have an imaginary part between pi and +pi. The natural "
"logarithm is not uniquely defined on complex numbers. You may need to add or "
"subtract an even multiple of pi to the imaginary part.\n"
+"The result will have an imaginary part between pi and +pi. The natural logarithm is not uniquely defined on complex numbers. You may need to add or subtract an even multiple of pi to the imaginary part.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMLN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 1825,12 +1465,9 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMPOWER\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMPOWER(inumber1,inumber2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMPOWER returns a complex number raised to a power. @inumber1 "
"is the complex number to be raised to a power and @inumber2 is the power to "
"which you want to raise it.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMPOWER returns a complex number raised to a power. @inumber1 is the complex number to be raised to a power and @inumber2 is the power to which you want to raise it.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMPOWER returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMPOWER returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1840,12 +1477,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMPOWER\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMPOWER(inumber1,inumber2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMPOWER returns a complex number raised to a power. @inumber1 "
"is the complex number to be raised to a power and @inumber2 is the power to "
"which you want to raise it.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMPOWER returns a complex number raised to a power. @inumber1 is the complex number to be raised to a power and @inumber2 is the power to which you want to raise it.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMPOWER returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMPOWER returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1859,8 +1493,7 @@ msgid ""
"@SYNTAX=IMDIV(inumber1,inumber2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMDIV returns the quotient of two complex numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMDIV returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMDIV returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1872,8 +1505,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=IMDIV(inumber1,inumber2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMDIV returns the quotient of two complex numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMDIV returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMDIV returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 1911,8 +1543,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMSINH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMSINH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMSINH returns the complex hyperbolic sine of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMSINH returns the complex hyperbolic sine of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tsinh(z) = (exp(z)  exp(z))/2.\n"
"\n"
@@ 1925,8 +1556,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMSINH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMSINH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMSINH returns the complex hyperbolic sine of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMSINH returns the complex hyperbolic sine of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tsinh(z) = (exp(z)  exp(z))/2.\n"
"\n"
@@ 1941,8 +1571,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMCOSH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMCOSH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOSH returns the complex hyperbolic cosine of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOSH returns the complex hyperbolic cosine of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tcosh(z) = (exp(z) + exp(z))/2.\n"
"\n"
@@ 1955,8 +1584,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMCOSH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMCOSH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOSH returns the complex hyperbolic cosine of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOSH returns the complex hyperbolic cosine of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tcosh(z) = (exp(z) + exp(z))/2.\n"
"\n"
@@ 1971,8 +1599,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMTANH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMTANH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMTANH returns the complex hyperbolic tangent of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMTANH returns the complex hyperbolic tangent of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\ttanh(z) = sinh(z)/cosh(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 1985,8 +1612,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMTANH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMTANH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMTANH returns the complex hyperbolic tangent of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMTANH returns the complex hyperbolic tangent of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\ttanh(z) = sinh(z)/cosh(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 2001,8 +1627,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMSECH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMSECH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMSECH returns the complex hyperbolic secant of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMSECH returns the complex hyperbolic secant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tsech(z) = 1/cosh(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 2015,8 +1640,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMSECH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMSECH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMSECH returns the complex hyperbolic secant of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMSECH returns the complex hyperbolic secant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tsech(z) = 1/cosh(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 2031,8 +1655,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMCSCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMCSCH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCSCH returns the complex hyperbolic cosecant of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMCSCH returns the complex hyperbolic cosecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tcsch(z) = 1/sinh(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 2045,8 +1668,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMCSCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMCSCH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCSCH returns the complex hyperbolic cosecant of the complex "
"number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMCSCH returns the complex hyperbolic cosecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tcsch(z) = 1/sinh(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 2061,8 +1683,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMCOTH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMCOTH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOTH returns the complex hyperbolic cotangent of the complex "
"number z (@inumber) where,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOTH returns the complex hyperbolic cotangent of the complex number z (@inumber) where,\n"
"\n"
"\tcoth(z) = 1/tanh(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 2075,8 +1696,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMCOTH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMCOTH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOTH returns the complex hyperbolic cotangent of the complex "
"number z (@inumber) where,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMCOTH returns the complex hyperbolic cotangent of the complex number z (@inumber) where,\n"
"\n"
"\tcoth(z) = 1/tanh(z).\n"
"\n"
@@ 2091,12 +1711,9 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCSIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCSIN(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSIN returns the complex arcsine of the complex number "
"@inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 and greater "
"than 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSIN returns the complex arcsine of the complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 and greater than 1.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSIN returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSIN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCSIN(\"1+j\") equals 0.6662394+1.061275j.\n"
@@ 2105,12 +1722,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCSIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCSIN(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSIN returns the complex arcsine of the complex number "
"@inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 and greater "
"than 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSIN returns the complex arcsine of the complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 and greater than 1.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSIN returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSIN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCSIN(\"1+j\") equals 0.6662394+1.061275j.\n"
@@ 2121,12 +1735,9 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCOS\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCOS(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOS returns the complex arccosine of the complex number "
"@inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 and greater "
"than 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOS returns the complex arccosine of the complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 and greater than 1.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOS returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOS returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCOS(\"1+j\") equals 0.90455691.061275j.\n"
@@ 2135,12 +1746,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCOS\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCOS(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOS returns the complex arccosine of the complex number "
"@inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 and greater "
"than 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOS returns the complex arccosine of the complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 and greater than 1.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOS returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOS returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCOS(\"1+j\") equals 0.90455691.061275j.\n"
@@ 2151,11 +1759,9 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCTAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCTAN(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCTAN returns the complex arctangent of the complex number "
"@inumber. The branch cuts are on the imaginary axis, below i and above i.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCTAN returns the complex arctangent of the complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the imaginary axis, below i and above i.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCTAN returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCTAN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCTAN(\"1+j\") equals 1.0172220+0.4023595j.\n"
@@ 2164,11 +1770,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCTAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCTAN(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCTAN returns the complex arctangent of the complex number "
"@inumber. The branch cuts are on the imaginary axis, below i and above i.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCTAN returns the complex arctangent of the complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the imaginary axis, below i and above i.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCTAN returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCTAN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCTAN(\"1+j\") equals 1.0172220+0.4023595j.\n"
@@ 2179,13 +1783,11 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCSEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCSEC(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSEC returns the complex arcsecant of the complex number z "
"(@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSEC returns the complex arcsecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarcsec(z) = arccos(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSEC returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSEC returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCSEC(\"1+j\") equals 1.1185179+0.5306375j.\n"
@@ 2194,13 +1796,11 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCSEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCSEC(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSEC returns the complex arcsecant of the complex number z "
"(@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSEC returns the complex arcsecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarcsec(z) = arccos(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSEC returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSEC returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCSEC(\"1+j\") equals 1.1185179+0.5306375j.\n"
@@ 2211,13 +1811,11 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCSC\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCSC(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCSC returns the complex arccosecant of the complex number "
"z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCSC returns the complex arccosecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarccsc(z) = arcsin(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCSC returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCSC returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCSC(\"1+j\") equals 0.452278450.5306375j.\n"
@@ 2226,13 +1824,11 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCSC\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCSC(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCSC returns the complex arccosecant of the complex number "
"z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCSC returns the complex arccosecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarccsc(z) = arcsin(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCSC returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCSC returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCSC(\"1+j\") equals 0.452278450.5306375j.\n"
@@ 2243,13 +1839,11 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCOT\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCOT(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOT returns the complex arccotangent of the complex number "
"z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOT returns the complex arccotangent of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarccot(z) = arctan(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOT returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCOT(\"1+j\") equals 0.553574+0.4023595j.\n"
@@ 2258,13 +1852,11 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCOT\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCOT(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOT returns the complex arccotangent of the complex number "
"z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOT returns the complex arccotangent of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarccot(z) = arctan(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOT returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCOT(\"1+j\") equals 0.553574+0.4023595j.\n"
@@ 2275,12 +1867,9 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCSINH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCSINH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSINH returns the complex hyperbolic arcsine of the complex "
"number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the imaginary axis, below i and "
"above i.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSINH returns the complex hyperbolic arcsine of the complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the imaginary axis, below i and above i.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSINH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSINH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCSINH(\"1+j\") equals 1.061275+0.6662394j.\n"
@@ 2289,12 +1878,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCSINH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCSINH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSINH returns the complex hyperbolic arcsine of the complex "
"number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the imaginary axis, below i and "
"above i.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSINH returns the complex hyperbolic arcsine of the complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the imaginary axis, below i and above i.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSINH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSINH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCSINH(\"1+j\") equals 1.061275+0.6662394j.\n"
@@ 2305,11 +1891,9 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCOSH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCOSH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOSH returns the complex hyperbolic arccosine of the "
"complex number @inumber. The branch cut is on the real axis, less than 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOSH returns the complex hyperbolic arccosine of the complex number @inumber. The branch cut is on the real axis, less than 1.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOSH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOSH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCOSH(\"1+j\") equals 1.06127506+0.904557j.\n"
@@ 2318,11 +1902,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCOSH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCOSH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOSH returns the complex hyperbolic arccosine of the "
"complex number @inumber. The branch cut is on the real axis, less than 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOSH returns the complex hyperbolic arccosine of the complex number @inumber. The branch cut is on the real axis, less than 1.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOSH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOSH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCOSH(\"1+j\") equals 1.06127506+0.904557j.\n"
@@ 2333,12 +1915,9 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCTANH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCTANH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCTANH returns the complex hyperbolic arctangent of the "
"complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 "
"and greater than 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCTANH returns the complex hyperbolic arctangent of the complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 and greater than 1.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCTANH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCTANH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCTANH(\"1+j\") equals 0.4023595+1.0172220j.\n"
@@ 2347,12 +1926,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCTANH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCTANH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCTANH returns the complex hyperbolic arctangent of the "
"complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 "
"and greater than 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCTANH returns the complex hyperbolic arctangent of the complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than 1 and greater than 1.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCTANH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCTANH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCTANH(\"1+j\") equals 0.4023595+1.0172220j.\n"
@@ 2363,13 +1939,11 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCSECH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCSECH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSECH returns the complex hyperbolic arcsecant of the "
"complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSECH returns the complex hyperbolic arcsecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarcsech(z) = arccosh(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSECH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSECH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCSECH(\"1+j\") equals 0.53063751.118518j.\n"
@@ 2378,13 +1952,11 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCSECH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCSECH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSECH returns the complex hyperbolic arcsecant of the "
"complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSECH returns the complex hyperbolic arcsecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarcsech(z) = arccosh(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSECH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSECH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCSECH(\"1+j\") equals 0.53063751.118518j.\n"
@@ 2395,13 +1967,11 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCSCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCSCH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCSCH returns the complex hyperbolic arccosecant of the "
"complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCSCH returns the complex hyperbolic arccosecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarccsch(z) = arcsinh(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCSCH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCSCH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCSCH(\"1+j\") equals 0.53063750.452278j.\n"
@@ 2410,13 +1980,11 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCSCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCSCH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCSCH returns the complex hyperbolic arccosecant of the "
"complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCSCH returns the complex hyperbolic arccosecant of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarccsch(z) = arcsinh(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCSCH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCSCH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCSCH(\"1+j\") equals 0.53063750.452278j.\n"
@@ 2427,13 +1995,11 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCOTH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCOTH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOTH returns the complex hyperbolic arccotangent of the "
"complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOTH returns the complex hyperbolic arccotangent of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarccoth(z) = arctanh(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOTH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOTH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCOTH(\"1+j\") equals 0.402359480.5535744j.\n"
@@ 2442,13 +2008,11 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IMARCCOTH\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMARCCOTH(inumber)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOTH returns the complex hyperbolic arccotangent of the "
"complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOTH returns the complex hyperbolic arccotangent of the complex number z (@inumber), where\n"
"\n"
"\tarccoth(z) = arctanh(1/z).\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOTH returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOTH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"IMARCCOTH(\"1+j\") equals 0.402359480.5535744j.\n"
@@ 2487,8 +2051,7 @@ msgid ""
"@SYNTAX=IMSUB(inumber1,inumber2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMSUB returns the difference of two complex numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMSUB returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMSUB returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 2500,8 +2063,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=IMSUB(inumber1,inumber2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMSUB returns the difference of two complex numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMSUB returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMSUB returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 2515,8 +2077,7 @@ msgid ""
"@SYNTAX=IMPRODUCT(inumber1[,inumber2,...])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMPRODUCT returns the product of given complex numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* If any of the @inumbers are not valid complex numbers, IMPRODUCT returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If any of the @inumbers are not valid complex numbers, IMPRODUCT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 2528,8 +2089,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=IMPRODUCT(inumber1[,inumber2,...])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMPRODUCT returns the product of given complex numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* If any of the @inumbers are not valid complex numbers, IMPRODUCT returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If any of the @inumbers are not valid complex numbers, IMPRODUCT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 2537,14 +2097,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=IMDIV"
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1565
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1567
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IMSUM\n"
"@SYNTAX=IMSUM(inumber1,inumber2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMSUM returns the sum of two complex numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMSUM returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMSUM returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 2556,8 +2115,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=IMSUM(inumber1,inumber2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IMSUM returns the sum of two complex numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMSUM returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMSUM returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 2569,30 +2127,15 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DAVERAGE\n"
"@SYNTAX=DAVERAGE(database,field,criteria)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DAVERAGE function returns the average of the values in a list "
"or database that match conditions specified.\n"
"\n"
"@database is a range of cells in which rows of related information are "
"records and columns of data are fields. The first row of a database contains "
"labels for each column. \n"
"\n"
"@field specifies which column is used in the function. If @field is an "
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"\n"
"@criteria is the range of cells which contains the specified conditions. "
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"specifying a value, e.g. ``3'' or ``John''. \n"
"Each row in @criteria specifies a separate condition. If a row in @database "
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"this a boolean OR operation between the rows in @criteria.\n"
"If @criteria specifies more than one column, then each of the conditions in "
"the specified columns must be true for the row in @database to match. "
"Technically speaking, this is a boolean AND operation between the columns in "
"@criteria.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DAVERAGE function returns the average of the values in a list or database that match conditions specified.\n"
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+"@database is a range of cells in which rows of related information are records and columns of data are fields. The first row of a database contains labels for each column. \n"
+"\n"
+"@field specifies which column is used in the function. If @field is an integer, for example 2, the second column is used. Field can also be the label of a column. For example, ``Age'' refers to the column with the label ``Age'' in @database range. \n"
+"\n"
+"@criteria is the range of cells which contains the specified conditions. The first row of a @criteria should contain the labels of the fields for which the criteria are for. Cells below the labels specify conditions, for example, ``>3'' or ``<9''. Equality condition can be given simply by specifying a value, e.g. ``3'' or ``John''. \n"
+"Each row in @criteria specifies a separate condition. If a row in @database matches a row in @criteria, then that row is counted. Technically speaking, this a boolean OR operation between the rows in @criteria.\n"
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"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the range A1:C7 contain the following values:\n"
@@ 2618,30 +2161,15 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DAVERAGE\n"
"@SYNTAX=DAVERAGE(database,field,criteria)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DAVERAGE function returns the average of the values in a list "
"or database that match conditions specified.\n"
"\n"
"@database is a range of cells in which rows of related information are "
"records and columns of data are fields. The first row of a database contains "
"labels for each column. \n"
"\n"
"@field specifies which column is used in the function. If @field is an "
"integer, for example 2, the second column is used. Field can also be the "
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"``Age'' in @database range. \n"
"\n"
"@criteria is the range of cells which contains the specified conditions. "
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"example, ``>3'' or ``<9''. Equality condition can be given simply by "
"specifying a value, e.g. ``3'' or ``John''. \n"
"Each row in @criteria specifies a separate condition. If a row in @database "
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"this a boolean OR operation between the rows in @criteria.\n"
"If @criteria specifies more than one column, then each of the conditions in "
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"Technically speaking, this is a boolean AND operation between the columns in "
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+"@DESCRIPTION=DAVERAGE function returns the average of the values in a list or database that match conditions specified.\n"
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+"@database is a range of cells in which rows of related information are records and columns of data are fields. The first row of a database contains labels for each column. \n"
+"\n"
+"@field specifies which column is used in the function. If @field is an integer, for example 2, the second column is used. Field can also be the label of a column. For example, ``Age'' refers to the column with the label ``Age'' in @database range. \n"
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+"@criteria is the range of cells which contains the specified conditions. The first row of a @criteria should contain the labels of the fields for which the criteria are for. Cells below the labels specify conditions, for example, ``>3'' or ``<9''. Equality condition can be given simply by specifying a value, e.g. ``3'' or ``John''. \n"
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"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the range A1:C7 contain the following values:\n"
@@ 2669,30 +2197,15 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DCOUNT\n"
"@SYNTAX=DCOUNT(database,field,criteria)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DCOUNT function counts the cells that contain numbers in a "
"database that match conditions specified.\n"
"\n"
"@database is a range of cells in which rows of related information are "
"records and columns of data are fields. The first row of a database contains "
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"\n"
"@field specifies which column is used in the function. If @field is an "
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+"@field specifies which column is used in the function. If @field is an integer, for example 2, the second column is used. Field can also be the label of a column. For example, ``Age'' refers to the column with the label ``Age'' in @database range. \n"
+"\n"
+"@criteria is the range of cells which contains the specified conditions. The first row of a @criteria should contain the labels of the fields for which the criteria are for. Cells below the labels specify conditions, for example, ``>3'' or ``<9''. Equality condition can be given simply by specifying a value, e.g. ``3'' or ``John''. \n"
+"Each row in @criteria specifies a separate condition. If a row in @database matches a row in @criteria, then that row is counted. Technically speaking, this a boolean OR operation between the rows in @criteria.\n"
+"If @criteria specifies more than one column, then each of the conditions in the specified columns must be true for the row in @database to match. Technically speaking, this is a boolean AND operation between the columns in @criteria.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the range A1:C7 contain the following values:\n"
@@ 3645,31 +2867,15 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DVARP\n"
"@SYNTAX=DVARP(database,field,criteria)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DVARP function returns the variance of a population based on "
"the entire populations. The populations consists of numbers that match "
"conditions specified.\n"
"\n"
"@database is a range of cells in which rows of related information are "
"records and columns of data are fields. The first row of a database contains "
"labels for each column. \n"
"\n"
"@field specifies which column is used in the function. If @field is an "
"integer, for example 2, the second column is used. Field can also be the "
"label of a column. For example, ``Age'' refers to the column with the label "
"``Age'' in @database range. \n"
"\n"
"@criteria is the range of cells which contains the specified conditions. "
"The first row of a @criteria should contain the labels of the fields for "
"which the criteria are for. Cells below the labels specify conditions, for "
"example, ``>3'' or ``<9''. Equality condition can be given simply by "
"specifying a value, e.g. ``3'' or ``John''. \n"
"Each row in @criteria specifies a separate condition. If a row in @database "
"matches a row in @criteria, then that row is counted. Technically speaking, "
"this a boolean OR operation between the rows in @criteria.\n"
"If @criteria specifies more than one column, then each of the conditions in "
"the specified columns must be true for the row in @database to match. "
"Technically speaking, this is a boolean AND operation between the columns in "
"@criteria.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DVARP function returns the variance of a population based on the entire population. The population consists of numbers that match conditions specified.\n"
+"\n"
+"@database is a range of cells in which rows of related information are records and columns of data are fields. The first row of a database contains labels for each column. \n"
+"\n"
+"@field specifies which column is used in the function. If @field is an integer, for example 2, the second column is used. Field can also be the label of a column. For example, ``Age'' refers to the column with the label ``Age'' in @database range. \n"
+"\n"
+"@criteria is the range of cells which contains the specified conditions. The first row of a @criteria should contain the labels of the fields for which the criteria are for. Cells below the labels specify conditions, for example, ``>3'' or ``<9''. Equality condition can be given simply by specifying a value, e.g. ``3'' or ``John''. \n"
+"Each row in @criteria specifies a separate condition. If a row in @database matches a row in @criteria, then that row is counted. Technically speaking, this a boolean OR operation between the rows in @criteria.\n"
+"If @criteria specifies more than one column, then each of the conditions in the specified columns must be true for the row in @database to match. Technically speaking, this is a boolean AND operation between the columns in @criteria.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the range A1:C7 contain the following values:\n"
@@ 3693,31 +2899,15 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DVARP\n"
"@SYNTAX=DVARP(database,field,criteria)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DVARP function returns the variance of a population based on "
"the entire populations. The populations consists of numbers that match "
"conditions specified.\n"
"\n"
"@database is a range of cells in which rows of related information are "
"records and columns of data are fields. The first row of a database contains "
"labels for each column. \n"
"\n"
"@field specifies which column is used in the function. If @field is an "
"integer, for example 2, the second column is used. Field can also be the "
"label of a column. For example, ``Age'' refers to the column with the label "
"``Age'' in @database range. \n"
"\n"
"@criteria is the range of cells which contains the specified conditions. "
"The first row of a @criteria should contain the labels of the fields for "
"which the criteria are for. Cells below the labels specify conditions, for "
"example, ``>3'' or ``<9''. Equality condition can be given simply by "
"specifying a value, e.g. ``3'' or ``John''. \n"
"Each row in @criteria specifies a separate condition. If a row in @database "
"matches a row in @criteria, then that row is counted. Technically speaking, "
"this a boolean OR operation between the rows in @criteria.\n"
"If @criteria specifies more than one column, then each of the conditions in "
"the specified columns must be true for the row in @database to match. "
"Technically speaking, this is a boolean AND operation between the columns in "
"@criteria.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DVARP function returns the variance of a population based on the entire population. The population consists of numbers that match conditions specified.\n"
+"\n"
+"@database is a range of cells in which rows of related information are records and columns of data are fields. The first row of a database contains labels for each column. \n"
+"\n"
+"@field specifies which column is used in the function. If @field is an integer, for example 2, the second column is used. Field can also be the label of a column. For example, ``Age'' refers to the column with the label ``Age'' in @database range. \n"
+"\n"
+"@criteria is the range of cells which contains the specified conditions. The first row of a @criteria should contain the labels of the fields for which the criteria are for. Cells below the labels specify conditions, for example, ``>3'' or ``<9''. Equality condition can be given simply by specifying a value, e.g. ``3'' or ``John''. \n"
+"Each row in @criteria specifies a separate condition. If a row in @database matches a row in @criteria, then that row is counted. Technically speaking, this a boolean OR operation between the rows in @criteria.\n"
+"If @criteria specifies more than one column, then each of the conditions in the specified columns must be true for the row in @database to match. Technically speaking, this is a boolean AND operation between the columns in @criteria.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the range A1:C7 contain the following values:\n"
@@ 3743,9 +2933,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=GETPIVOTDATA\n"
"@SYNTAX=GETPIVOTDATA(pivot_table,field_name)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GETPIVOTDATA function fetches summary data from a pivot table. "
"@pivot_table is a cell range containing the pivot table. @field_name is the "
"name of the field of which you want the summary data.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GETPIVOTDATA function fetches summary data from a pivot table. @pivot_table is a cell range containing the pivot table. @field_name is the name of the field of which you want the summary data.\n"
"\n"
"* If the summary data is unavailable, GETPIVOTDATA returns #REF! error.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3755,9 +2943,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=GETPIVOTDATA\n"
"@SYNTAX=GETPIVOTDATA(pivot_table,field_name)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GETPIVOTDATA function fetches summary data from a pivot table. "
"@pivot_table is a cell range containing the pivot table. @field_name is the "
"name of the field of which you want the summary data.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GETPIVOTDATA function fetches summary data from a pivot table. @pivot_table is a cell range containing the pivot table. @field_name is the name of the field of which you want the summary data.\n"
"\n"
"* If the summary data is unavailable, GETPIVOTDATA returns #REF! error.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3765,17 +2951,14 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:62
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:99
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DATE\n"
"@SYNTAX=DATE (year,month,day)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DATE returns the number of days since the 1st of January of 1900"
"(the date serial number) for the given year, month and day.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DATE returns the number of days since the 1st of January of 1900(the date serial number) for the given year, month and day.\n"
"\n"
"* If @month < 1 or @month > 12, the year will be corrected. A similar "
"correction takes place for days.\n"
"* The @years should be at least 1900. If @years < 1900, it is assumed to be "
"1900 + @years.\n"
+"* If @month < 1 or @month > 12, the year will be corrected. A similar correction takes place for days.\n"
+"* The @years should be at least 1900. If @years < 1900, it is assumed to be 1900 + @years.\n"
"* If the given date is not valid, DATE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3786,13 +2969,10 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DATE\n"
"@SYNTAX=DATE (year,month,day)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DATE returns the number of days since the 1st of January of 1900"
"(the date serial number) for the given year, month and day.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DATE returns the number of days since the 1st of January of 1900(the date serial number) for the given year, month and day.\n"
"\n"
"* If @month < 1 or @month > 12, the year will be corrected. A similar "
"correction takes place for days.\n"
"* The @years should be at least 1900. If @years < 1900, it is assumed to be "
"1900 + @years.\n"
+"* If @month < 1 or @month > 12, the year will be corrected. A similar correction takes place for days.\n"
+"* The @years should be at least 1900. If @years < 1900, it is assumed to be 1900 + @years.\n"
"* If the given date is not valid, DATE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3801,12 +2981,11 @@ msgstr ""
" \n"
"@SEEALSO=TODAY, NOW"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:135
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:179
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=UNIX2DATE\n"
"@SYNTAX=UNIX2DATE(unixtime)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=UNIX2DATE converts a unix time into a spreadsheet date and "
"time.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=UNIX2DATE converts a unix time into a spreadsheet date and time.\n"
"\n"
"A unix time is the number of seconds since midnight January 1, 1970.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3816,8 +2995,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=UNIX2DATE\n"
"@SYNTAX=UNIX2DATE(unixtime)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=UNIX2DATE converts a unix time into a spreadsheet date and "
"time.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=UNIX2DATE converts a unix time into a spreadsheet date and time.\n"
"\n"
"A unix time is the number of seconds since midnight January 1, 1970.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3825,12 +3003,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NOW, DATE, DATE2UNIX"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:169
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:213
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DATE2UNIX\n"
"@SYNTAX=DATE2UNIX(serial)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DATE2UNIX converts a spreadsheet date and time serial number "
"into a unix time.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DATE2UNIX converts a spreadsheet date and time serial number into a unix time.\n"
"\n"
"A unix time is the number of seconds since midnight January 1, 1970.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3841,8 +3018,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DATE2UNIX\n"
"@SYNTAX=DATE2UNIX(serial)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DATE2UNIX converts a spreadsheet date and time serial number "
"into a unix time.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DATE2UNIX converts a spreadsheet date and time serial number into a unix time.\n"
"\n"
"A unix time is the number of seconds since midnight January 1, 1970.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3851,14 +3027,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NOW, DATE, UNIX2DATE"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:206
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:250
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DATEVALUE\n"
"@SYNTAX=DATEVALUE(date_str)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DATEVALUE returns the serial number of the date. @date_str is "
"the string that contains the date. The value depends on the date "
"convention. The MS Excel 1900 convention dates things from Jan 1 1900 while "
"the 1904 convention uses Jan 1 1904.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DATEVALUE returns the serial number of the date. @date_str is the string that contains the date. The value depends on the date convention. The MS Excel 1900 convention dates things from Jan 1 1900 while the 1904 convention uses Jan 1 1904.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3868,10 +3041,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DATEVALUE\n"
"@SYNTAX=DATEVALUE(date_str)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DATEVALUE returns the serial number of the date. @date_str is "
"the string that contains the date. The value depends on the date "
"convention. The MS Excel 1900 convention dates things from Jan 1 1900 while "
"the 1904 convention uses Jan 1 1904.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DATEVALUE returns the serial number of the date. @date_str is the string that contains the date. The value depends on the date convention. The MS Excel 1900 convention dates things from Jan 1 1900 while the 1904 convention uses Jan 1 1904.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3879,23 +3049,17 @@ msgstr ""
"DATEVALUE(\"1/1/1999\") equals 36161 (in the 1900 convention).\n"
"@SEEALSO=DATE"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:234
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:278
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DATEDIF\n"
"@SYNTAX=DATEDIF(date1,date2,interval)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DATEDIF returns the difference between two dates. @interval is "
"one of six possible values: \"y\", \"m\", \"d\", \"ym\", \"md\", and \"yd"
"\".\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DATEDIF returns the difference between two dates. @interval is one of six possible values: \"y\", \"m\", \"d\", \"ym\", \"md\", and \"yd\".\n"
"\n"
"The first three options will return the number of complete years, months, or "
"days, respectively, between the two dates specified.\n"
+"The first three options will return the number of complete years, months, or days, respectively, between the two dates specified.\n"
"\n"
" \"ym\" will return the number of full months between the two dates, not "
"including the difference in years.\n"
" \"md\" will return the number of full days between the two dates, not "
"including the difference in months.\n"
" \"yd\" will return the number of full days between the two dates, not "
"including the difference in years.\n"
+" \"ym\" will return the number of full months between the two dates, not including the difference in years.\n"
+" \"md\" will return the number of full days between the two dates, not including the difference in months.\n"
+" \"yd\" will return the number of full days between the two dates, not including the difference in years.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3907,19 +3071,13 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DATEDIF\n"
"@SYNTAX=DATEDIF(date1,date2,interval)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DATEDIF returns the difference between two dates. @interval is "
"one of six possible values: \"y\", \"m\", \"d\", \"ym\", \"md\", and \"yd"
"\".\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DATEDIF returns the difference between two dates. @interval is one of six possible values: \"y\", \"m\", \"d\", \"ym\", \"md\", and \"yd\".\n"
"\n"
"The first three options will return the number of complete years, months, or "
"days, respectively, between the two dates specified.\n"
+"The first three options will return the number of complete years, months, or days, respectively, between the two dates specified.\n"
"\n"
" \"ym\" will return the number of full months between the two dates, not "
"including the difference in years.\n"
" \"md\" will return the number of full days between the two dates, not "
"including the difference in months.\n"
" \"yd\" will return the number of full days between the two dates, not "
"including the difference in years.\n"
+" \"ym\" will return the number of full months between the two dates, not including the difference in years.\n"
+" \"md\" will return the number of full days between the two dates, not including the difference in months.\n"
+" \"yd\" will return the number of full days between the two dates, not including the difference in years.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3929,14 +3087,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DATE"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:386
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:430
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EDATE\n"
"@SYNTAX=EDATE(date,months)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EDATE returns the serial number of the date that is the "
"specified number of months before or after a given date. @date is the "
"serial number of the initial date and @months is the number of months before "
"(negative number) or after (positive number) the initial date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EDATE returns the serial number of the date that is the specified number of months before or after a given date. @date is the serial number of the initial date and @months is the number of months before (negative number) or after (positive number) the initial date.\n"
"\n"
"* If @months is not an integer, it is truncated.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 3948,10 +3103,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EDATE\n"
"@SYNTAX=EDATE(date,months)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EDATE returns the serial number of the date that is the "
"specified number of months before or after a given date. @date is the "
"serial number of the initial date and @months is the number of months before "
"(negative number) or after (positive number) the initial date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EDATE returns the serial number of the date that is the specified number of months before or after a given date. @date is the serial number of the initial date and @months is the number of months before (negative number) or after (positive number) the initial date.\n"
"\n"
"* If @months is not an integer, it is truncated.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 3961,12 +3113,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DATE"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:439
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:485
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TODAY\n"
"@SYNTAX=TODAY()\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TODAY returns the serial number for today (the number of days "
"elapsed since the 1st of January of 1900).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TODAY returns the serial number for today (the number of days elapsed since the 1st of January of 1900).\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3977,8 +3128,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TODAY\n"
"@SYNTAX=TODAY()\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TODAY returns the serial number for today (the number of days "
"elapsed since the 1st of January of 1900).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TODAY returns the serial number for today (the number of days elapsed since the 1st of January of 1900).\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 3987,20 +3137,15 @@ msgstr ""
" \n"
"@SEEALSO=NOW"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:465
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:511
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NOW\n"
"@SYNTAX=NOW ()\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NOW returns the serial number for the date and time at the time "
"it is evaluated.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NOW returns the serial number for the date and time at the time it is evaluated.\n"
"\n"
"Serial Numbers in Gnumeric are represented as follows:The integral part is "
"the number of days since the 1st of January of 1900. The decimal part "
"represent the fraction of the day and is mapped into hour, minutes and "
"seconds.\n"
+"Serial Numbers in Gnumeric are represented as follows: The integral part is the number of days since the 1st of January of 1900. The decimal part represent the fraction of the day and is mapped into hour, minutes and seconds.\n"
"\n"
"For example: .0 represents the beginning of the day, and 0.5 represents "
"noon.\n"
+"For example: .0 represents the beginning of the day, and 0.5 represents noon.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4011,16 +3156,11 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NOW\n"
"@SYNTAX=NOW ()\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NOW returns the serial number for the date and time at the time "
"it is evaluated.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NOW returns the serial number for the date and time at the time it is evaluated.\n"
"\n"
"Serial Numbers in Gnumeric are represented as follows:The integral part is "
"the number of days since the 1st of January of 1900. The decimal part "
"represent the fraction of the day and is mapped into hour, minutes and "
"seconds.\n"
+"Serial Numbers in Gnumeric are represented as follows: The integral part is the number of days since the 1st of January of 1900. The decimal part represent the fraction of the day and is mapped into hour, minutes and seconds.\n"
"\n"
"For example: .0 represents the beginning of the day, and 0.5 represents "
"noon.\n"
+"For example: .0 represents the beginning of the day, and 0.5 represents noon.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4029,7 +3169,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TODAY"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:499
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:545
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TIME\n"
"@SYNTAX=TIME (hours,minutes,seconds)\n"
@@ 4053,12 +3193,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=HOUR"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:531
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:577
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TIMEVALUE\n"
"@SYNTAX=TIMEVALUE (timetext)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TIMEVALUE returns a fraction representing the time of day, a "
"number between 0 and 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TIMEVALUE returns a fraction representing the time of day, a number between 0 and 1.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4070,8 +3209,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TIMEVALUE\n"
"@SYNTAX=TIMEVALUE (timetext)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TIMEVALUE returns a fraction representing the time of day, a "
"number between 0 and 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TIMEVALUE returns a fraction representing the time of day, a number between 0 and 1.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4081,15 +3219,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=HOUR,MINUTE"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:559
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:605
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=HOUR\n"
"@SYNTAX=HOUR (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HOUR converts a serial number to an hour. The hour is returned "
"as an integer in the range 0 (12:00 A.M.) to 23 (11:00 P.M.).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HOUR converts a serial number to an hour. The hour is returned as an integer in the range 0 (12:00 A.M.) to 23 (11:00 P.M.).\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4099,11 +3235,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=HOUR\n"
"@SYNTAX=HOUR (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HOUR converts a serial number to an hour. The hour is returned "
"as an integer in the range 0 (12:00 A.M.) to 23 (11:00 P.M.).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HOUR converts a serial number to an hour. The hour is returned as an integer in the range 0 (12:00 A.M.) to 23 (11:00 P.M.).\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4111,15 +3245,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MINUTE, NOW, TIME, SECOND"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:591
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:642
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MINUTE\n"
"@SYNTAX=MINUTE (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MINUTE converts a serial number to a minute. The minute is "
"returned as an integer in the range 0 to 59.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MINUTE converts a serial number to a minute. The minute is returned as an integer in the range 0 to 59.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4129,11 +3261,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MINUTE\n"
"@SYNTAX=MINUTE (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MINUTE converts a serial number to a minute. The minute is "
"returned as an integer in the range 0 to 59.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MINUTE converts a serial number to a minute. The minute is returned as an integer in the range 0 to 59.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4141,15 +3271,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=HOUR, NOW, TIME, SECOND"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:624
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:679
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SECOND\n"
"@SYNTAX=SECOND (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SECOND converts a serial number to a second. The second is "
"returned as an integer in the range 0 to 59.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SECOND converts a serial number to a second. The second is returned as an integer in the range 0 to 59.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4159,11 +3287,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SECOND\n"
"@SYNTAX=SECOND (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SECOND converts a serial number to a second. The second is "
"returned as an integer in the range 0 to 59.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SECOND converts a serial number to a second. The second is returned as an integer in the range 0 to 59.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4171,14 +3297,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=HOUR, MINUTE, NOW, TIME"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:657
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:716
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=YEAR\n"
"@SYNTAX=YEAR (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=YEAR converts a serial number to a year.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4190,8 +3315,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=YEAR (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=YEAR converts a serial number to a year.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4199,14 +3323,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DAY, MONTH, TIME, NOW"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:691
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:750
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MONTH\n"
"@SYNTAX=MONTH (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MONTH converts a serial number to a month.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4218,8 +3341,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=MONTH (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MONTH converts a serial number to a month.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4227,14 +3349,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DAY, TIME, NOW, YEAR"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:725
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:784
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DAY\n"
"@SYNTAX=DAY (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DAY converts a serial number to a day of month.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4246,8 +3367,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=DAY (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DAY converts a serial number to a day of month.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4255,7 +3375,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MONTH, TIME, NOW, YEAR"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:759
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:818
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=WEEKDAY\n"
"@SYNTAX=WEEKDAY (date[, method])\n"
@@ 4268,8 +3388,7 @@ msgid ""
" For @METHOD=2: Monday is 1, Tuesday is 2, etc.\n"
" For @METHOD=3: Monday is 0, Tuesday is 1, etc.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4288,8 +3407,7 @@ msgstr ""
" For @METHOD=2: Monday is 1, Tuesday is 2, etc.\n"
" For @METHOD=3: Monday is 0, Tuesday is 1, etc.\n"
"\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4297,23 +3415,16 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DAY, MONTH, TIME, NOW, YEAR"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:813
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:872
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DAYS360 \n"
"@SYNTAX=DAYS360 (date1,date2,method)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DAYS360 returns the number of days from @date1 to @date2 "
"following a 360day calendar in which all months are assumed to have 30 "
"days.\n"
"\n"
"* If @method is 1, the European method will be used. In this case, if the "
"day of the month is 31 it will be considered as 30.\n"
"* If @method is 0 or omitted, the MS Excel (tm) US method will be used. This is a "
"somewhat complicated industry standard method where the last day of February "
"is considered to be the 30th day of the month, but only for the first date.\n"
"* If @method is 2, a saner version of the US method is used in which both "
"dates get the same February treatment.\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DAYS360 returns the number of days from @date1 to @date2 following a 360day calendar in which all months are assumed to have 30 days.\n"
+"\n"
+"* If @method is 1, the European method will be used. In this case, if the day of the month is 31 it will be considered as 30.\n"
+"* If @method is 0 or omitted, the MS Excel (tm) US method will be used. This is a somewhat complicated industry standard method where the last day of February is considered to be the 30th day of the month, but only for the first date.\n"
+"* If @method is 2, a saner version of the US method is used in which both dates get the same February treatment.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is mostly Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4323,19 +3434,12 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DAYS360 \n"
"@SYNTAX=DAYS360 (date1,date2,method)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DAYS360 returns the number of days from @date1 to @date2 "
"following a 360day calendar in which all months are assumed to have 30 "
"days.\n"
"\n"
"* If @method is 1, the European method will be used. In this case, if the "
"day of the month is 31 it will be considered as 30.\n"
"* If @method is 0 or omitted, the MS Excel (tm) US method will be used. This is a "
"somewhat complicated industry standard method where the last day of February "
"is considered to be the 30th day of the month, but only for the first date.\n"
"* If @method is 2, a saner version of the US method is used in which both "
"dates get the same February treatment.\n"
"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion "
"for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DAYS360 returns the number of days from @date1 to @date2 following a 360day calendar in which all months are assumed to have 30 days.\n"
+"\n"
+"* If @method is 1, the European method will be used. In this case, if the day of the month is 31 it will be considered as 30.\n"
+"* If @method is 0 or omitted, the MS Excel (tm) US method will be used. This is a somewhat complicated industry standard method where the last day of February is considered to be the 30th day of the month, but only for the first date.\n"
+"* If @method is 2, a saner version of the US method is used in which both dates get the same February treatment.\n"
+"* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n"
"* This function is mostly Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4343,43 +3447,37 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MONTH, TIME, NOW, YEAR"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:870
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:929
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EOMONTH\n"
"@SYNTAX=EOMONTH (start_date,months)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EOMONTH returns the last day of the month which is @months from "
"the @start_date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EOMONTH returns the last day of the month which is @months from the @start_date.\n"
"\n"
"* EOMONTH returns #NUM! if @start_date or @months are invalid.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"If A1 contains 12/21/00 then EOMONTH(A1,0)=12/31/00, EOMONTH(A1,5)=5/31/01, "
"and EOMONTH(A1,2)=2/28/01\n"
+"If A1 contains 12/21/00 then EOMONTH(A1,0)=12/31/00, EOMONTH(A1,5)=5/31/01, and EOMONTH(A1,2)=2/28/01\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MONTH"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EOMONTH\n"
"@SYNTAX=EOMONTH (start_date,months)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EOMONTH returns the last day of the month which is @months from "
"the @start_date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EOMONTH returns the last day of the month which is @months from the @start_date.\n"
"\n"
"* EOMONTH returns #NUM! if @start_date or @months are invalid.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"If A1 contains 12/21/00 then EOMONTH(A1,0)=12/31/00, EOMONTH(A1,5)=5/31/01, "
"and EOMONTH(A1,2)=2/28/01\n"
+"If A1 contains 12/21/00 then EOMONTH(A1,0)=12/31/00, EOMONTH(A1,5)=5/31/01, and EOMONTH(A1,2)=2/28/01\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MONTH"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:922
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:983
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=WORKDAY\n"
"@SYNTAX=WORKDAY (start_date,days[,holidays])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=WORKDAY returns the date which is @days working days from the "
"@start_date. Weekends and holidays optionally supplied in @holidays are "
"respected.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=WORKDAY returns the date which is @days working days from the @start_date. Weekends and holidays optionally supplied in @holidays are respected.\n"
"\n"
"* WORKDAY returns #NUM! if @start_date or @days are invalid.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4392,9 +3490,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=WORKDAY\n"
"@SYNTAX=WORKDAY (start_date,days[,holidays])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=WORKDAY returns the date which is @days working days from the "
"@start_date. Weekends and holidays optionally supplied in @holidays are "
"respected.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=WORKDAY returns the date which is @days working days from the @start_date. Weekends and holidays optionally supplied in @holidays are respected.\n"
"\n"
"* WORKDAY returns #NUM! if @start_date or @days are invalid.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4405,13 +3501,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NETWORKDAYS"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:993
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1156
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NETWORKDAYS\n"
"@SYNTAX=NETWORKDAYS (start_date,end_date[,holidays])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NETWORKDAYS returns the number of nonweekend nonholidays "
"between @start_date and @end_date including these dates. Holidays are "
"optionally supplied in @holidays.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NETWORKDAYS returns the number of nonweekend nonholidays between @start_date and @end_date including these dates. Holidays are optionally supplied in @holidays.\n"
"\n"
"* NETWORKDAYS returns #NUM! if @start_date or @end_date are invalid.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4423,9 +3517,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NETWORKDAYS\n"
"@SYNTAX=NETWORKDAYS (start_date,end_date[,holidays])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NETWORKDAYS returns the number of nonweekend nonholidays "
"between @start_date and @end_date including these dates. Holidays are "
"optionally supplied in @holidays.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NETWORKDAYS returns the number of nonweekend nonholidays between @start_date and @end_date including these dates. Holidays are optionally supplied in @holidays.\n"
"\n"
"* NETWORKDAYS returns #NUM! if @start_date or @end_date are invalid.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4435,17 +3527,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=WORKDAY"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1121
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1284
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISOWEEKNUM\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISOWEEKNUM (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ISOWEEKNUM returns the ISO 8601 week number of @date.\n"
"\n"
"An ISO 8601 week starts on Monday. Weeks are numbered from 1. A week "
"including days from two different years is assigned to the year which "
"includes the most days. This means that Dec 31 could be in week 1 of the "
"following year, and Jan 1 could be in week 52 or 53 of the previous year. "
"ISOWEEKNUM returns the week number.\n"
+"An ISO 8601 week starts on Monday. Weeks are numbered from 1. A week including days from two different years is assigned to the year which includes the most days. This means that Dec 31 could be in week 1 of the following year, and Jan 1 could be in week 52 or 53 of the previous year. ISOWEEKNUM returns the week number.\n"
"\n"
"* ISOWEEKNUM returns #NUM! if date is invalid.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4457,11 +3545,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=ISOWEEKNUM (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ISOWEEKNUM returns the ISO 8601 week number of @date.\n"
"\n"
"An ISO 8601 week starts on Monday. Weeks are numbered from 1. A week "
"including days from two different years is assigned to the year which "
"includes the most days. This means that Dec 31 could be in week 1 of the "
"following year, and Jan 1 could be in week 52 or 53 of the previous year. "
"ISOWEEKNUM returns the week number.\n"
+"An ISO 8601 week starts on Monday. Weeks are numbered from 1. A week including days from two different years is assigned to the year which includes the most days. This means that Dec 31 could be in week 1 of the following year, and Jan 1 could be in week 52 or 53 of the previous year. ISOWEEKNUM returns the week number.\n"
"\n"
"* ISOWEEKNUM returns #NUM! if date is invalid.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4469,17 +3553,13 @@ msgstr ""
"If A1 contains 12/21/00 then ISOWEEKNUM(A1)=51\n"
"@SEEALSO=WEEKNUM, ISOYEAR"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1158
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1321
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISOYEAR\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISOYEAR (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ISOYEAR returns the year of the ISO 8601 week number of @date.\n"
"\n"
"An ISO 8601 week starts on Monday. Weeks are numbered from 1. A week "
"including days from two different years is assigned to the year which "
"includes the most days. This means that Dec 31 could be in week 1 of the "
"following year, and Jan 1 could be in week 52 or 53 of the previous year. "
"ISOYEAR returns the year the week is assigned to.\n"
+"An ISO 8601 week starts on Monday. Weeks are numbered from 1. A week including days from two different years is assigned to the year which includes the most days. This means that Dec 31 could be in week 1 of the following year, and Jan 1 could be in week 52 or 53 of the previous year. ISOYEAR returns the year the week is assigned to.\n"
"\n"
"* ISOYEAR returns #NUM! if date is invalid.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 4490,35 +3570,27 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=ISOYEAR (date)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ISOYEAR returns the year of the ISO 8601 week number of @date.\n"
"\n"
"An ISO 8601 week starts on Monday. Weeks are numbered from 1. A week "
"including days from two different years is assigned to the year which "
"includes the most days. This means that Dec 31 could be in week 1 of the "
"following year, and Jan 1 could be in week 52 or 53 of the previous year. "
"ISOYEAR returns the year the week is assigned to.\n"
+"An ISO 8601 week starts on Monday. Weeks are numbered from 1. A week including days from two different years is assigned to the year which includes the most days. This means that Dec 31 could be in week 1 of the following year, and Jan 1 could be in week 52 or 53 of the previous year. ISOYEAR returns the year the week is assigned to.\n"
"\n"
"* ISOYEAR returns #NUM! if date is invalid.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"If A1 contains 12/31/2001 then ISOYEAR(A1)=2002\n"
"@SEEALSO=ISOWEEKNUM"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1208
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1371
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=WEEKNUM\n"
"@SYNTAX=WEEKNUM (date[,method])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=WEEKNUM returns the week number of @date according to the given "
"@method.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=WEEKNUM returns the week number of @date according to the given @method.\n"
"\n"
"@method defaults to 1.\n"
"\n"
" For @method=1, week starts on Sunday, and days before first Sunday are in "
"week 0.\n"
" For @method=2, week starts on Monday, and days before first Monday are in "
"week 0.\n"
+" For @method=1, week starts on Sunday, and days before first Sunday are in week 0.\n"
+" For @method=2, week starts on Monday, and days before first Monday are in week 0.\n"
" For @method=150, the ISO 8601 week number is returned.\n"
"\n"
"* WEEKNUM returns #NUM! if @date or @method is invalid.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible, except that Excel does not support ISO "
"8601 week numbers.\n"
+"* This function is Excel compatible, except that Excel does not support ISO 8601 week numbers.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"If A1 contains 12/21/00 then WEEKNUM(A1,2)=51\n"
@@ 4526,31 +3598,26 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=WEEKNUM\n"
"@SYNTAX=WEEKNUM (date[,method])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=WEEKNUM returns the week number of @date according to the given "
"@method.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=WEEKNUM returns the week number of @date according to the given @method.\n"
"\n"
"@method defaults to 1.\n"
"\n"
" For @method=1, week starts on Sunday, and days before first Sunday are in "
"week 0.\n"
" For @method=2, week starts on Monday, and days before first Monday are in "
"week 0.\n"
+" For @method=1, week starts on Sunday, and days before first Sunday are in week 0.\n"
+" For @method=2, week starts on Monday, and days before first Monday are in week 0.\n"
" For @method=150, the ISO 8601 week number is returned.\n"
"\n"
"* WEEKNUM returns #NUM! if @date or @method is invalid.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible, except that Excel does not support ISO "
"8601 week numbers.\n"
+"* This function is Excel compatible, except that Excel does not support ISO 8601 week numbers.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"If A1 contains 12/21/00 then WEEKNUM(A1,2)=51\n"
"@SEEALSO=ISOWEEKNUM"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1256
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1419
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=YEARFRAC\n"
"@SYNTAX=YEARFRAC (start_date, end_date [,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=YEARFRAC returns the number of full days between @start_date "
"and @end_date according to the @basis.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=YEARFRAC returns the number of full days between @start_date and @end_date according to the @basis.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 4558,24 +3625,21 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=YEARFRAC\n"
"@SYNTAX=YEARFRAC (start_date, end_date [,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=YEARFRAC returns the number of full days between @start_date "
"and @end_date according to the @basis.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=YEARFRAC returns the number of full days between @start_date and @end_date according to the @basis.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DATEDIF"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:140
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:205
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BASE\n"
"@SYNTAX=BASE(number,base[,length])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BASE function converts a number to a string representing that "
"number in base @base.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BASE function converts a number to a string representing that number in base @base.\n"
"\n"
"* @base must be an integer between 2 and 36.\n"
"* This function is OpenOffice.Org compatible.\n"
"* Optional argument @length specifies the minimum result length. Leading "
"zeroes will be added to reach this length.\n"
+"* Optional argument @length specifies the minimum result length. Leading zeroes will be added to reach this length.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"BASE(255,16,4) equals \"00FF\".\n"
@@ 4584,8 +3648,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OCT2DEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=OCT2DEC(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2DEC function converts an octal number in a string or number "
"to its decimal equivalent.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2DEC function converts an octal number in a string or number to its decimal equivalent.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4594,12 +3657,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DEC2OCT, OCT2BIN, OCT2HEX"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:178
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:243
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BIN2DEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=BIN2DEC(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2DEC function converts a binary number in string or number "
"to its decimal equivalent.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2DEC function converts a binary number in string or number to its decimal equivalent.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4610,8 +3672,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BIN2DEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=BIN2DEC(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2DEC function converts a binary number in string or number "
"to its decimal equivalent.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2DEC function converts a binary number in string or number to its decimal equivalent.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4620,13 +3681,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DEC2BIN, BIN2OCT, BIN2HEX"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:204
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:272
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BIN2OCT\n"
"@SYNTAX=BIN2OCT(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2OCT function converts a binary number to an octal number. "
"@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of "
"spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2OCT function converts a binary number to an octal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4638,9 +3697,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BIN2OCT\n"
"@SYNTAX=BIN2OCT(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2OCT function converts a binary number to an octal number. "
"@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of "
"spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2OCT function converts a binary number to an octal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4650,13 +3707,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OCT2BIN, BIN2DEC, BIN2HEX"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:233
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:304
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BIN2HEX\n"
"@SYNTAX=BIN2HEX(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2HEX function converts a binary number to a hexadecimal "
"number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number "
"of spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2HEX function converts a binary number to a hexadecimal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4668,9 +3723,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BIN2HEX\n"
"@SYNTAX=BIN2HEX(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2HEX function converts a binary number to a hexadecimal "
"number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number "
"of spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BIN2HEX function converts a binary number to a hexadecimal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4680,13 +3733,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=HEX2BIN, BIN2OCT, BIN2DEC"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:262
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:336
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DEC2BIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=DEC2BIN(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2BIN function converts a decimal number to a binary number. "
"@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of "
"spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2BIN function converts a decimal number to a binary number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4698,9 +3749,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DEC2BIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=DEC2BIN(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2BIN function converts a decimal number to a binary number. "
"@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of "
"spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2BIN function converts a decimal number to a binary number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4710,13 +3759,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BIN2DEC, DEC2OCT, DEC2HEX"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:291
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:368
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DEC2OCT\n"
"@SYNTAX=DEC2OCT(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2OCT function converts a decimal number to an octal number. "
"@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of "
"spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2OCT function converts a decimal number to an octal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4728,9 +3775,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DEC2OCT\n"
"@SYNTAX=DEC2OCT(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2OCT function converts a decimal number to an octal number. "
"@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of "
"spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2OCT function converts a decimal number to an octal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4740,13 +3785,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OCT2DEC, DEC2BIN, DEC2HEX"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:320
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:400
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DEC2HEX\n"
"@SYNTAX=DEC2HEX(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2HEX function converts a decimal number to a hexadecimal "
"number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number "
"of spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2HEX function converts a decimal number to a hexadecimal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4758,9 +3801,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DEC2HEX\n"
"@SYNTAX=DEC2HEX(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2HEX function converts a decimal number to a hexadecimal "
"number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number "
"of spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DEC2HEX function converts a decimal number to a hexadecimal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4770,7 +3811,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=HEX2DEC, DEC2BIN, DEC2OCT"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:349
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:432
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DECIMAL\n"
"@SYNTAX=DECIMAL(text,base)\n"
@@ 4786,8 +3827,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OCT2DEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=OCT2DEC(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2DEC function converts an octal number in a string or number "
"to its decimal equivalent.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2DEC function converts an octal number in a string or number to its decimal equivalent.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4796,12 +3836,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DEC2OCT, OCT2BIN, OCT2HEX"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:381
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:464
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OCT2DEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=OCT2DEC(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2DEC function converts an octal number in a string or number "
"to its decimal equivalent.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2DEC function converts an octal number in a string or number to its decimal equivalent.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4812,8 +3851,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OCT2DEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=OCT2DEC(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2DEC function converts an octal number in a string or number "
"to its decimal equivalent.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2DEC function converts an octal number in a string or number to its decimal equivalent.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4822,13 +3860,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DEC2OCT, OCT2BIN, OCT2HEX"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:407
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:493
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OCT2BIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=OCT2BIN(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2BIN function converts an octal number to a binary number. "
"@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of "
"spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2BIN function converts an octal number to a binary number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4840,9 +3876,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OCT2BIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=OCT2BIN(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2BIN function converts an octal number to a binary number. "
"@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of "
"spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2BIN function converts an octal number to a binary number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4852,13 +3886,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BIN2OCT, OCT2DEC, OCT2HEX"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:436
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:525
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OCT2HEX\n"
"@SYNTAX=OCT2HEX(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2HEX function converts an octal number to a hexadecimal "
"number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number "
"of spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2HEX function converts an octal number to a hexadecimal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4870,9 +3902,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OCT2HEX\n"
"@SYNTAX=OCT2HEX(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2HEX function converts an octal number to a hexadecimal "
"number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number "
"of spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OCT2HEX function converts an octal number to a hexadecimal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4882,13 +3912,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=HEX2OCT, OCT2BIN, OCT2DEC"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:465
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:557
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=HEX2BIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=HEX2BIN(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2BIN function converts a hexadecimal number to a binary "
"number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number "
"of spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2BIN function converts a hexadecimal number to a binary number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4900,9 +3928,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=HEX2BIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=HEX2BIN(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2BIN function converts a hexadecimal number to a binary "
"number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number "
"of spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2BIN function converts a hexadecimal number to a binary number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4912,13 +3938,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BIN2HEX, HEX2OCT, HEX2DEC"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:494
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:589
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=HEX2OCT\n"
"@SYNTAX=HEX2OCT(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2OCT function converts a hexadecimal number to an octal "
"number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number "
"of spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2OCT function converts a hexadecimal number to an octal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4930,9 +3954,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=HEX2OCT\n"
"@SYNTAX=HEX2OCT(number[,places])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2OCT function converts a hexadecimal number to an octal "
"number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number "
"of spaces.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2OCT function converts a hexadecimal number to an octal number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of spaces.\n"
"\n"
"* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 4942,12 +3964,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OCT2HEX, HEX2BIN, HEX2DEC"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:523
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:621
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=HEX2DEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=HEX2DEC(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2DEC function converts a hexadecimal number to its decimal "
"equivalent.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2DEC function converts a hexadecimal number to its decimal equivalent.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4958,8 +3979,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=HEX2DEC\n"
"@SYNTAX=HEX2DEC(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2DEC function converts a hexadecimal number to its decimal "
"equivalent.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HEX2DEC function converts a hexadecimal number to its decimal equivalent.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 4968,15 +3988,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DEC2HEX, HEX2BIN, HEX2OCT"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:549
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:650
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BESSELI\n"
"@SYNTAX=BESSELI(x,y)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELI function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel "
"function.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELI function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel function.\n"
"\n"
"@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel "
"function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
+"@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x or @y are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
"* If @y < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n"
@@ 4989,11 +4007,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BESSELI\n"
"@SYNTAX=BESSELI(x,y)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELI function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel "
"function.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELI function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel function.\n"
"\n"
"@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel "
"function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
+"@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x or @y are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
"* If @y < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n"
@@ 5004,13 +4020,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BESSELJ,BESSELK,BESSELY"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:590
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:693
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BESSELK\n"
"@SYNTAX=BESSELK(x,y)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELK function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel function. "
"@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel "
"function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELK function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel function. @x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x or @y are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
"* If @y < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n"
@@ 5023,9 +4037,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BESSELK\n"
"@SYNTAX=BESSELK(x,y)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELK function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel function. "
"@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel "
"function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELK function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel function. @x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x or @y are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
"* If @y < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n"
@@ 5036,13 +4048,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BESSELI,BESSELJ,BESSELY"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:630
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:731
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BESSELJ\n"
"@SYNTAX=BESSELJ(x,y)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELJ function returns the Bessel function with @x is where "
"the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel function, if non"
"integer it is truncated.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELJ function returns the Bessel function with @x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x or @y are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
"* If @y < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n"
@@ 5055,9 +4065,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BESSELJ\n"
"@SYNTAX=BESSELJ(x,y)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELJ function returns the Bessel function with @x is where "
"the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel function, if non"
"integer it is truncated.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELJ function returns the Bessel function with @x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x or @y are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
"* If @y < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n"
@@ 5068,15 +4076,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BESSELI,BESSELK,BESSELY"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:669
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:769
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BESSELY\n"
"@SYNTAX=BESSELY(x,y)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELY function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel "
"function.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELY function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel function.\n"
"\n"
"@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel "
"function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
+"@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x or @y are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
"* If @y < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n"
@@ 5089,11 +4095,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BESSELY\n"
"@SYNTAX=BESSELY(x,y)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELY function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel "
"function.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BESSELY function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel function.\n"
"\n"
"@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel "
"function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
+"@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the Bessel function, if noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x or @y are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
"* If @y < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n"
@@ 5104,14 +4108,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BESSELI,BESSELJ,BESSELK"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:715
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:811
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CONVERT\n"
"@SYNTAX=CONVERT(number,from_unit,to_unit)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CONVERT returns a conversion from one measurement system to "
"another. For example, you can convert a weight in pounds to a weight in "
"grams. @number is the value you want to convert, @from_unit specifies the "
"unit of the @number, and @to_unit is the unit for the result.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CONVERT returns a conversion from one measurement system to another. For example, you can convert a weight in pounds to a weight in grams. @number is the value you want to convert, @from_unit specifies the unit of the @number, and @to_unit is the unit for the result.\n"
"\n"
"@from_unit and @to_unit can be any of the following:\n"
"\n"
@@ 5205,8 +4206,7 @@ msgid ""
"\t'z' \tzepto \t\t1E21\n"
"\t'y' \tyocto \t\t1E24\n"
"\n"
"* If @from_unit and @to_unit are different types, CONVERT returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @from_unit and @to_unit are different types, CONVERT returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 5218,10 +4218,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CONVERT\n"
"@SYNTAX=CONVERT(number,from_unit,to_unit)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CONVERT returns a conversion from one measurement system to "
"another. For example, you can convert a weight in pounds to a weight in "
"grams. @number is the value you want to convert, @from_unit specifies the "
"unit of the @number, and @to_unit is the unit for the result.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CONVERT returns a conversion from one measurement system to another. For example, you can convert a weight in pounds to a weight in grams. @number is the value you want to convert, @from_unit specifies the unit of the @number, and @to_unit is the unit for the result.\n"
"\n"
"@from_unit and @to_unit can be any of the following:\n"
"\n"
@@ 5315,8 +4312,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\t'z' \tzepto \t\t1E21\n"
"\t'y' \tyocto \t\t1E24\n"
"\n"
"* If @from_unit and @to_unit are different types, CONVERT returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @from_unit and @to_unit are different types, CONVERT returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 5326,67 +4322,53 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1133
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1228
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ERF\n"
"@SYNTAX=ERF([lower limit,]upper_limit)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ERF returns the error function. With a single argument ERF "
"returns the error function, defined as\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ERF returns the error function. With a single argument ERF returns the error function, defined as\n"
"\n"
"\terf(x) = 2/sqrt(pi)* integral from 0 to x of exp(t*t) dt.\n"
"\n"
"If two arguments are supplied, they are the lower and upper limits of the "
"integral.\n"
+"If two arguments are supplied, they are the lower and upper limits of the integral.\n"
"\n"
"* If either @lower_limit or @upper_limit is not numeric a #VALUE! error is "
"returned.\n"
"* This function is upwardcompatible with that in Excel. (If two arguments "
"are supplied, Excel will not allow either to be negative.)\n"
+"* If either @lower_limit or @upper_limit is not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
+"* This function is upwardcompatible with that in Excel. (If two arguments are supplied, Excel will not allow either to be negative.)\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"ERF(0.4) equals 0.428392355.\n"
"ERF(1.6448536269515/SQRT(2)) equals 0.90.\n"
"\n"
"The second example shows that a random variable with a normal distribution "
"has a 90 percent chance of falling within approximately 1.645 standard "
"deviations of the mean.\n"
+"The second example shows that a random variable with a normal distribution has a 90 percent chance of falling within approximately 1.645 standard deviations of the mean.\n"
"@SEEALSO=ERFC"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ERF\n"
"@SYNTAX=ERF([lower limit,]upper_limit)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ERF returns the error function. With a single argument ERF "
"returns the error function, defined as\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ERF returns the error function. With a single argument ERF returns the error function, defined as\n"
"\n"
"\terf(x) = 2/sqrt(pi)* integral from 0 to x of exp(t*t) dt.\n"
"\n"
"If two arguments are supplied, they are the lower and upper limits of the "
"integral.\n"
+"If two arguments are supplied, they are the lower and upper limits of the integral.\n"
"\n"
"* If either @lower_limit or @upper_limit is not numeric a #VALUE! error is "
"returned.\n"
"* This function is upwardcompatible with that in Excel. (If two arguments "
"are supplied, Excel will not allow either to be negative.)\n"
+"* If either @lower_limit or @upper_limit is not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
+"* This function is upwardcompatible with that in Excel. (If two arguments are supplied, Excel will not allow either to be negative.)\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"ERF(0.4) equals 0.428392355.\n"
"ERF(1.6448536269515/SQRT(2)) equals 0.90.\n"
"\n"
"The second example shows that a random variable with a normal distribution "
"has a 90 percent chance of falling within approximately 1.645 standard "
"deviations of the mean.\n"
+"The second example shows that a random variable with a normal distribution has a 90 percent chance of falling within approximately 1.645 standard deviations of the mean.\n"
"@SEEALSO=ERFC"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1183
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1279
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ERFC\n"
"@SYNTAX=ERFC(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ERFC function returns the complementary error function, defined "
"as\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ERFC function returns the complementary error function, defined as\n"
"\n"
"\t1  erf(x).\n"
"\n"
"erfc(x) is calculated more accurately than 1  erf(x) for arguments larger "
"than about 0.5.\n"
+"erfc(x) is calculated more accurately than 1  erf(x) for arguments larger than about 0.5.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x is not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 5396,13 +4378,11 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ERFC\n"
"@SYNTAX=ERFC(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ERFC function returns the complementary error function, defined "
"as\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ERFC function returns the complementary error function, defined as\n"
"\n"
"\t1  erf(x).\n"
"\n"
"erfc(x) is calculated more accurately than 1  erf(x) for arguments larger "
"than about 0.5.\n"
+"erfc(x) is calculated more accurately than 1  erf(x) for arguments larger than about 0.5.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x is not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 5410,12 +4390,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ERF"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1216
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1310
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DELTA\n"
"@SYNTAX=DELTA(x[,y])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DELTA function tests for numerical equivalence of two "
"arguments, returning 1 in case of equality.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DELTA function tests for numerical equivalence of two arguments, returning 1 in case of equality.\n"
"\n"
"* @y is optional, and defaults to 0.\n"
"* If either argument is nonnumeric returns a #VALUE! error.\n"
@@ 5428,8 +4407,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DELTA\n"
"@SYNTAX=DELTA(x[,y])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DELTA function tests for numerical equivalence of two "
"arguments, returning 1 in case of equality.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DELTA function tests for numerical equivalence of two arguments, returning 1 in case of equality.\n"
"\n"
"* @y is optional, and defaults to 0.\n"
"* If either argument is nonnumeric returns a #VALUE! error.\n"
@@ 5440,12 +4418,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=EXACT,GESTEP"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1274
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1342
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=GESTEP\n"
"@SYNTAX=GESTEP(x[,y])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GESTEP function test for if @x is >= @y, returning 1 if it is "
"so, and 0 otherwise. @y is optional, and defaults to 0.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GESTEP function tests if @x is >= @y, returning 1 if it is so, and 0 otherwise. @y is optional, and defaults to 0.\n"
"\n"
"* If either argument is nonnumeric returns a #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 5456,8 +4433,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=GESTEP\n"
"@SYNTAX=GESTEP(x[,y])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GESTEP function test for if @x is >= @y, returning 1 if it is "
"so, and 0 otherwise. @y is optional, and defaults to 0.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GESTEP function tests if @x is >= @y, returning 1 if it is so, and 0 otherwise. @y is optional, and defaults to 0.\n"
"\n"
"* If either argument is nonnumeric returns a #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 5466,14 +4442,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DELTA"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1331
+#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1373
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=INVSUMINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=INVSUMINV(x1,x2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INVSUMINV sum calculates the inverse of the sum of inverses.\n"
"\n"
"The primary use of this is for calculating equivalent resistance for "
"parallel resistors or equivalent capacitance of a series of capacitors.\n"
+"The primary use of this is for calculating equivalent resistance for parallel resistors or equivalent capacitance of a series of capacitors.\n"
"\n"
"* All arguments must be nonnegative, or else a #VALUE! result is returned.\n"
"* If any argument is zero, the result is zero.\n"
@@ 5487,8 +4462,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=INVSUMINV(x1,x2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INVSUMINV sum calculates the inverse of the sum of inverses.\n"
"\n"
"The primary use of this is for calculating equivalent resistance for "
"parallel resistors or equivalent capacitance of a series of capacitors.\n"
+"The primary use of this is for calculating equivalent resistance for parallel resistors or equivalent capacitance of a series of capacitors.\n"
"\n"
"* All arguments must be nonnegative, or else a #VALUE! result is returned.\n"
"* If any argument is zero, the result is zero.\n"
@@ 5502,8 +4476,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PROBBLOCK\n"
"@SYNTAX=PROBBLOCK(traffic,circuits)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PROBBLOCK returns probability of blocking when a number of "
"@traffic loads into a number of @circuits (servers).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PROBBLOCK returns probability of blocking when a number of @traffic loads into a number of @circuits (servers).\n"
"\n"
"* @traffic cannot exceed @circuits\n"
"\n"
@@ 5514,8 +4487,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PROBBLOCK\n"
"@SYNTAX=PROBBLOCK(traffic,circuits)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PROBBLOCK returns probability of blocking when a number of "
"@traffic loads into a number of @circuits (servers).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PROBBLOCK returns probability of blocking when a number of @traffic loads into a number of @circuits (servers).\n"
"\n"
"* @traffic cannot exceed @circuits\n"
"\n"
@@ 5528,9 +4500,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OFFTRAF\n"
"@SYNTAX=OFFTRAF(traffic,circuits)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OFFTRAF returns a predicted number of offered traffic from a "
"number of carried @traffic (taken from measurements) on a number of "
"@circuits.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OFFTRAF returns a predicted number of offered traffic from a number of carried @traffic (taken from measurements) on a number of @circuits.\n"
"\n"
"* @traffic cannot exceed @circuits\n"
"\n"
@@ 5541,9 +4511,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OFFTRAF\n"
"@SYNTAX=OFFTRAF(traffic,circuits)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OFFTRAF returns a predicted number of offered traffic from a "
"number of carried @traffic (taken from measurements) on a number of "
"@circuits.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OFFTRAF returns a predicted number of offered traffic from a number of carried @traffic (taken from measurements) on a number of @circuits.\n"
"\n"
"* @traffic cannot exceed @circuits\n"
"\n"
@@ 5556,8 +4524,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DIMCIRC\n"
"@SYNTAX=DIMCIRC(traffic,gos)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DIMCIRC returns a number of circuits required from a number of "
"@traffic loads with @gos grade of service.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DIMCIRC returns a number of circuits required from a number of @traffic loads with @gos grade of service.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"DIMCIRC(24,1%) returns 35.\n"
@@ 5566,8 +4533,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DIMCIRC\n"
"@SYNTAX=DIMCIRC(traffic,gos)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DIMCIRC returns a number of circuits required from a number of "
"@traffic loads with @gos grade of service.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DIMCIRC returns a number of circuits required from a number of @traffic loads with @gos grade of service.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"DIMCIRC(24,1%) returns 35.\n"
@@ 5578,8 +4544,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OFFCAP\n"
"@SYNTAX=OFFCAP(circuits,gos)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OFFCAP returns a number of traffic capacity given by a number "
"of @circuits with @gos grade of service.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OFFCAP returns a number of traffic capacity given by a number of @circuits with @gos grade of service.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"OFFCAP(30,1%) returns 20.337.\n"
@@ 5588,27 +4553,20 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OFFCAP\n"
"@SYNTAX=OFFCAP(circuits,gos)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OFFCAP returns a number of traffic capacity given by a number "
"of @circuits with @gos grade of service.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OFFCAP returns a number of traffic capacity given by a number of @circuits with @gos grade of service.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"OFFCAP(30,1%) returns 20.337.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DIMCIRC, OFFTRAF, PROBBLOCK"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:305
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:350
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ACCRINT\n"
"@SYNTAX=ACCRINT(issue,first_interest,settlement,rate,par,frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ACCRINT calculates the accrued interest for a security that "
"pays periodic interest.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ACCRINT calculates the accrued interest for a security that pays periodic interest.\n"
"\n"
"@issue is the issue date of the security. @first_interest is the first "
"interest date of the security. @settlement is the settlement date of the "
"security. The settlement date is always after the issue date (the date when "
"the security is bought). @rate is the annual rate of the security and @par "
"is the par value of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon "
"payments per year.\n"
+"@issue is the issue date of the security. @first_interest is the first interest date of the security. @settlement is the settlement date of the security. The settlement date is always after the issue date (the date when the security is bought). @rate is the annual rate of the security and @par is the par value of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"\n"
"Allowed frequencies are:\n"
" 1 = annual,\n"
@@ 5623,15 +4581,12 @@ msgid ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @issue date, @first_interest date, or @settlement date is not valid, "
"ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* The dates must be @issue < @first_interest < @settlement, or ACCRINT "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @issue date, @first_interest date, or @settlement date is not valid, ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* The dates must be @issue < @first_interest < @settlement, or ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @rate <= 0 or @par <= 0 , ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @issue date is after @settlement date or they are the same, ACCRINT "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @issue date is after @settlement date or they are the same, ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 5639,15 +4594,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ACCRINT\n"
"@SYNTAX=ACCRINT(issue,first_interest,settlement,rate,par,frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ACCRINT calculates the accrued interest for a security that "
"pays periodic interest.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ACCRINT calculates the accrued interest for a security that pays periodic interest.\n"
"\n"
"@issue is the issue date of the security. @first_interest is the first "
"interest date of the security. @settlement is the settlement date of the "
"security. The settlement date is always after the issue date (the date when "
"the security is bought). @rate is the annual rate of the security and @par "
"is the par value of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon "
"payments per year.\n"
+"@issue is the issue date of the security. @first_interest is the first interest date of the security. @settlement is the settlement date of the security. The settlement date is always after the issue date (the date when the security is bought). @rate is the annual rate of the security and @par is the par value of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"\n"
"Allowed frequencies are:\n"
" 1 = annual,\n"
@@ 5662,31 +4611,24 @@ msgstr ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @issue date, @first_interest date, or @settlement date is not valid, "
"ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* The dates must be @issue < @first_interest < @settlement, or ACCRINT "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @issue date, @first_interest date, or @settlement date is not valid, ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* The dates must be @issue < @first_interest < @settlement, or ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @rate <= 0 or @par <= 0 , ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @issue date is after @settlement date or they are the same, ACCRINT "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @issue date is after @settlement date or they are the same, ACCRINT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ACCRINTM"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:394
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:439
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ACCRINTM\n"
"@SYNTAX=ACCRINTM(issue,maturity,rate[,par,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ACCRINTM calculates and returns the accrued interest for a "
"security from @issue to @maturity date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ACCRINTM calculates and returns the accrued interest for a security from @issue to @maturity date.\n"
"\n"
"@issue is the issue date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of "
"the security. @rate is the annual rate of the security and @par is the par "
"value of the security. If you omit @par, ACCRINTM applies $1,000 instead. "
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@issue is the issue date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @rate is the annual rate of the security and @par is the par value of the security. If you omit @par, ACCRINTM applies $1,000 instead. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 5694,13 +4636,11 @@ msgid ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @issue date or @maturity date is not valid, ACCRINTM returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @issue date or @maturity date is not valid, ACCRINTM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @rate <= 0 or @par <= 0, ACCRINTM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, ACCRINTM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @issue date is after @maturity date or they are the same, ACCRINTM "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @issue date is after @maturity date or they are the same, ACCRINTM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 5708,13 +4648,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ACCRINTM\n"
"@SYNTAX=ACCRINTM(issue,maturity,rate[,par,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ACCRINTM calculates and returns the accrued interest for a "
"security from @issue to @maturity date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ACCRINTM calculates and returns the accrued interest for a security from @issue to @maturity date.\n"
"\n"
"@issue is the issue date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of "
"the security. @rate is the annual rate of the security and @par is the par "
"value of the security. If you omit @par, ACCRINTM applies $1,000 instead. "
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@issue is the issue date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @rate is the annual rate of the security and @par is the par value of the security. If you omit @par, ACCRINTM applies Â£1,000 instead. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 5722,29 +4658,23 @@ msgstr ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @issue date or @maturity date is not valid, ACCRINTM returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @issue date or @maturity date is not valid, ACCRINTM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @rate <= 0 or @par <= 0, ACCRINTM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, ACCRINTM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @issue date is after @maturity date or they are the same, ACCRINTM "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @issue date is after @maturity date or they are the same, ACCRINTM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ACCRINT"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:452
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:497
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=INTRATE\n"
"@SYNTAX=INTRATE(settlement,maturity,investment,redemption[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INTRATE calculates and returns the interest rate of a fully "
"vested security.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INTRATE calculates and returns the interest rate of a fully vested security.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @investment is the prize of the security paid "
"at @settlement date and @redemption is the amount to be received at "
"@maturity date.\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @investment is the price of the security paid at @settlement date and @redemption is the amount to be received at @maturity date.\n"
"\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
@@ 5754,30 +4684,22 @@ msgid ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, INTRATE returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, INTRATE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, INTRATE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, INTRATE "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, INTRATE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"If you had a bond with a settlement date of April 15, 2000, maturity date "
"September 30, 2000, investment of $100,000, redemption value $103,525, using "
"the actual/actual basis, the bond discount rate is:\n"
+"If you had a bond with a settlement date of April 15, 2000, maturity date September 30, 2000, investment of $100,000, redemption value $103,525, using the actual/actual basis, the bond discount rate is:\n"
"=INTRATE(36631, 36799, 100000, 103525, 1) which equals 0.0648 or 6.48%\n"
"@SEEALSO=RECEIVED, DATE"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=INTRATE\n"
"@SYNTAX=INTRATE(settlement,maturity,investment,redemption[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INTRATE calculates and returns the interest rate of a fully "
"vested security.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INTRATE calculates and returns the interest rate of a fully vested security.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @investment is the prize of the security paid "
"at @settlement date and @redemption is the amount to be received at "
"@maturity date.\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @investment is the price of the security paid at @settlement date and @redemption is the amount to be received at @maturity date.\n"
"\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
@@ 5787,31 +4709,24 @@ msgstr ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, INTRATE returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, INTRATE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, INTRATE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, INTRATE "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, INTRATE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"If you had a bond with a settlement date of April 15, 2000, maturity date "
"September 30, 2000, investment of $100,000, redemption value $103,525, using "
"the actual/actual basis, the bond discount rate is:\n"
+"If you had a bond with a settlement date of April 15, 2000, maturity date September 30, 2000, investment of Â£100,000, redemption value Â£103,525, using the actual/actual basis, the bond discount rate is:\n"
"=INTRATE(36631, 36799, 100000, 103525, 1) which equals 0.0648 or 6.48%\n"
"@SEEALSO=RECEIVED, DATE"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:517
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:562
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RECEIVED\n"
"@SYNTAX=RECEIVED(settlement,maturity,investment,rate[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RECEIVED calculates and returns the amount to be received at "
"maturity date for a security bond.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RECEIVED calculates and returns the amount to be received at maturity date for a security bond.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. The amount of investment is specified in "
"@investment. @rate is the security's discount rate.\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. The amount of investment is specified in @investment. @rate is the security's discount rate.\n"
"\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
@@ 5821,12 +4736,10 @@ msgid ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, RECEIVED returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, RECEIVED returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, RECEIVED returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, RECEIVED "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, RECEIVED returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 5834,12 +4747,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RECEIVED\n"
"@SYNTAX=RECEIVED(settlement,maturity,investment,rate[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RECEIVED calculates and returns the amount to be received at "
"maturity date for a security bond.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RECEIVED calculates and returns the amount to be received at maturity date for a security bond.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. The amount of investment is specified in "
"@investment. @rate is the security's discount rate.\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. The amount of investment is specified in @investment. @rate is the security's discount rate.\n"
"\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
@@ 5849,27 +4759,22 @@ msgstr ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, RECEIVED returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, RECEIVED returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, RECEIVED returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, RECEIVED "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, RECEIVED returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=INTRATE"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:579
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:624
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PRICEDISC\n"
"@SYNTAX=PRICEDISC(settlement,maturity,discount,redemption[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PRICEDISC calculates and returns the price per $100 face value "
"of a security bond. The security does not pay interest at maturity.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PRICEDISC calculates and returns the price per $100 face value of a security bond. The security does not pay interest at maturity.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @discount is the rate for which the security "
"is discounted. @redemption is the amount to be received on @maturity date.\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @discount is the rate for which the security is discounted. @redemption is the amount to be received on @maturity date.\n"
"\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
@@ 5879,12 +4784,10 @@ msgid ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, PRICEDISC returns "
"#NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, PRICEDISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, PRICEDISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, "
"PRICEDISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, PRICEDISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 5892,12 +4795,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PRICEDISC\n"
"@SYNTAX=PRICEDISC(settlement,maturity,discount,redemption[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PRICEDISC calculates and returns the price per $100 face value "
"of a security bond. The security does not pay interest at maturity.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PRICEDISC calculates and returns the price per Â£100 face value of a security bond. The security does not pay interest at maturity.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @discount is the rate for which the security "
"is discounted. @redemption is the amount to be received on @maturity date.\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @discount is the rate for which the security is discounted. @redemption is the amount to be received on @maturity date.\n"
"\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
@@ 5907,28 +4807,22 @@ msgstr ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, PRICEDISC returns "
"#NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, PRICEDISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, PRICEDISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, "
"PRICEDISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, PRICEDISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PRICEMAT"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:636
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:681
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PRICEMAT\n"
"@SYNTAX=PRICEMAT(settlement,maturity,issue,rate,yield[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PRICEMAT calculates and returns the price per $100 face value "
"of a security. The security pays interest at maturity.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PRICEMAT calculates and returns the price per $100 face value of a security. The security pays interest at maturity.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. "
"@rate is the discount rate of the security. @yield is the annual yield of "
"the security. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. @rate is the discount rate of the security. @yield is the annual yield of the security. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 5936,12 +4830,10 @@ msgid ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, PRICEMAT returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, PRICEMAT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, PRICEMAT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, PRICEMAT "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, PRICEMAT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 5949,13 +4841,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PRICEMAT\n"
"@SYNTAX=PRICEMAT(settlement,maturity,issue,rate,yield[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PRICEMAT calculates and returns the price per $100 face value "
"of a security. The security pays interest at maturity.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PRICEMAT calculates and returns the price per Â£100 face value of a security. The security pays interest at maturity.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. "
"@rate is the discount rate of the security. @yield is the annual yield of "
"the security. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. @rate is the discount rate of the security. @yield is the annual yield of the security. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 5963,27 +4851,22 @@ msgstr ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, PRICEMAT returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, PRICEMAT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, PRICEMAT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, PRICEMAT "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, PRICEMAT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PRICEDISC"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:700
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:745
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DISC\n"
"@SYNTAX=DISC(settlement,maturity,par,redemption[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DISC calculates and returns the discount rate for a security. "
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DISC calculates and returns the discount rate for a security. @settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
"\n"
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security. @par is the price per $100 "
"face value of the security. @redemption is the redemption value per $100 "
"face value of the security.\n"
+"@maturity is the maturity date of the security. @par is the price per $100 face value of the security. @redemption is the redemption value per $100 face value of the security.\n"
"\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
@@ 5993,12 +4876,10 @@ msgid ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, DISC returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, DISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, DISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, DISC "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, DISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 6006,12 +4887,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DISC\n"
"@SYNTAX=DISC(settlement,maturity,par,redemption[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DISC calculates and returns the discount rate for a security. "
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DISC calculates and returns the discount rate for a security. @settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
"\n"
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security. @par is the price per $100 "
"face value of the security. @redemption is the redemption value per $100 "
"face value of the security.\n"
+"@maturity is the maturity date of the security. @par is the price per Â£100 face value of the security. @redemption is the redemption value per Â£100 face value of the security.\n"
"\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
@@ 6021,23 +4899,20 @@ msgstr ""
" 3 actual days/365\n"
" 4 European 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, DISC returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date or @maturity date is not valid, DISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, US 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis < 0 or @basis > 4, DISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, DISC "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement date is after @maturity date or they are the same, DISC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:756
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:801
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EFFECT\n"
"@SYNTAX=EFFECT(r,nper)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EFFECT calculates the effective interest rate from a given "
"nominal rate.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EFFECT calculates the effective interest rate from a given nominal rate.\n"
"\n"
"Effective interest rate is calculated using this formula:\n"
"\n"
@@ 6052,19 +4927,14 @@ msgid ""
"* If @nper <= 0, EFFECT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"For example credit cards will list an APR (annual percentage rate) which is "
"a nominal interest rate.\n"
"For example if you wanted to find out how much you are actually paying "
"interest on your credit card that states an APR of 19% that is compounded "
"monthly you would type in:\n"
"=EFFECT(.19,12) and you would get .2075 or 20.75%. That is the effective "
"percentage you will pay on your loan.\n"
+"For example credit cards will list an APR (annual percentage rate) which is a nominal interest rate.\n"
+"For example if you wanted to find out how much you are actually paying interest on your credit card that states an APR of 19% that is compounded monthly you would type in:\n"
+"=EFFECT(.19,12) and you would get .2075 or 20.75%. That is the effective percentage you will pay on your loan.\n"
"@SEEALSO=NOMINAL"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EFFECT\n"
"@SYNTAX=EFFECT(r,nper)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EFFECT calculates the effective interest rate from a given "
"nominal rate.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EFFECT calculates the effective interest rate from a given nominal rate.\n"
"\n"
"Effective interest rate is calculated using this formula:\n"
"\n"
@@ 6079,21 +4949,16 @@ msgstr ""
"* If @nper <= 0, EFFECT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"For example credit cards will list an APR (annual percentage rate) which is "
"a nominal interest rate.\n"
"For example if you wanted to find out how much you are actually paying "
"interest on your credit card that states an APR of 19% that is compounded "
"monthly you would type in:\n"
"=EFFECT(.19,12) and you would get .2075 or 20.75%. That is the effective "
"percentage you will pay on your loan.\n"
+"For example credit cards will list an APR (annual percentage rate) which is a nominal interest rate.\n"
+"For example if you wanted to find out how much you are actually paying interest on your credit card that states an APR of 19% that is compounded monthly you would type in:\n"
+"=EFFECT(.19,12) and you would get .2075 or 20.75%. That is the effective percentage you will pay on your loan.\n"
"@SEEALSO=NOMINAL"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:806
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:851
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NOMINAL\n"
"@SYNTAX=NOMINAL(r,nper)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NOMINAL calculates the nominal interest rate from a given "
"effective rate.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NOMINAL calculates the nominal interest rate from a given effective rate.\n"
"\n"
"Nominal interest rate is given by a formula:\n"
"\n"
@@ 6112,8 +4977,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NOMINAL\n"
"@SYNTAX=NOMINAL(r,nper)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NOMINAL calculates the nominal interest rate from a given "
"effective rate.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NOMINAL calculates the nominal interest rate from a given effective rate.\n"
"\n"
"Nominal interest rate is given by a formula:\n"
"\n"
@@ 6130,7 +4994,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=EFFECT"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:847
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:892
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISPMT\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISPMT(rate,per,nper,pv)\n"
@@ 6150,17 +5014,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:887
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:932
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DB\n"
"@SYNTAX=DB(cost,salvage,life,period[,month])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DB calculates the depreciation of an asset for a given period "
"using the fixeddeclining balance method. @cost is the initial value of the "
"asset. @salvage is the value after the depreciation.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DB calculates the depreciation of an asset for a given period using the fixeddeclining balance method. @cost is the initial value of the asset. @salvage is the value after the depreciation.\n"
"\n"
"@life is the number of periods overall. @period is the period for which you "
"want the depreciation to be calculated. @month is the number of months in "
"the first year of depreciation.\n"
+"@life is the number of periods overall. @period is the period for which you want the depreciation to be calculated. @month is the number of months in the first year of depreciation.\n"
"\n"
"* If @month is omitted, it is assumed to be 12.\n"
"* If @cost = 0, DB returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 6173,13 +5033,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DB\n"
"@SYNTAX=DB(cost,salvage,life,period[,month])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DB calculates the depreciation of an asset for a given period "
"using the fixeddeclining balance method. @cost is the initial value of the "
"asset. @salvage is the value after the depreciation.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DB calculates the depreciation of an asset for a given period using the fixeddeclining balance method. @cost is the initial value of the asset. @salvage is the value after the depreciation.\n"
"\n"
"@life is the number of periods overall. @period is the period for which you "
"want the depreciation to be calculated. @month is the number of months in "
"the first year of depreciation.\n"
+"@life is the number of periods overall. @period is the period for which you want the depreciation to be calculated. @month is the number of months in the first year of depreciation.\n"
"\n"
"* If @month is omitted, it is assumed to be 12.\n"
"* If @cost = 0, DB returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 6190,21 +5046,15 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DDB,SLN,SYD"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:951
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:996
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DDB\n"
"@SYNTAX=DDB(cost,salvage,life,period[,factor])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DDB returns the depreciation of an asset for a given period "
"using the doubledeclining balance method or some other similar method you "
"specify.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DDB returns the depreciation of an asset for a given period using the doubledeclining balance method or some other similar method you specify.\n"
"\n"
"@cost is the initial value of the asset, @salvage is the value after the "
"last period, @life is the number of periods, @period is the period for which "
"you want the depreciation to be calculated, and @factor is the factor at "
"which the balance declines.\n"
+"@cost is the initial value of the asset, @salvage is the value after the last period, @life is the number of periods, @period is the period for which you want the depreciation to be calculated, and @factor is the factor at which the balance declines.\n"
"\n"
"* If @factor is omitted, it is assumed to be two (doubledeclining balance "
"method).\n"
+"* If @factor is omitted, it is assumed to be two (doubledeclining balance method).\n"
"* If @life <= 0, DDB returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 6213,148 +5063,112 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DDB\n"
"@SYNTAX=DDB(cost,salvage,life,period[,factor])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DDB returns the depreciation of an asset for a given period "
"using the doubledeclining balance method or some other similar method you "
"specify.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DDB returns the depreciation of an asset for a given period using the doubledeclining balance method or some other similar method you specify.\n"
"\n"
"@cost is the initial value of the asset, @salvage is the value after the "
"last period, @life is the number of periods, @period is the period for which "
"you want the depreciation to be calculated, and @factor is the factor at "
"which the balance declines.\n"
+"@cost is the initial value of the asset, @salvage is the value after the last period, @life is the number of periods, @period is the period for which you want the depreciation to be calculated, and @factor is the factor at which the balance declines.\n"
"\n"
"* If @factor is omitted, it is assumed to be two (doubledeclining balance "
"method).\n"
+"* If @factor is omitted, it is assumed to be two (doubledeclining balance method).\n"
"* If @life <= 0, DDB returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SLN,SYD"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1007
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1052
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SLN\n"
"@SYNTAX=SLN(cost,salvage_value,life)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SLN function will determine the straight line depreciation of "
"an asset for a single period.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SLN function will determine the straight line depreciation of an asset for a single period.\n"
"\n"
"The formula is:\n"
"\n"
"Depreciation expense = ( @cost  @salvage_value ) / @life\n"
"\n"
"@cost is the cost of an asset when acquired (market value).\n"
"@salvage_value is the amount you get when asset is sold at the end of the "
"asset's useful life.\n"
+"@salvage_value is the amount you get when asset is sold at the end of the asset's useful life.\n"
"@life is the anticipated life of an asset.\n"
"\n"
"* If @life <= 0, SLN returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"For example, lets suppose your company purchases a new machine for $10,000, "
"which has a salvage value of $700 and will have a useful life of 10 years. "
"The SLN yearly depreciation is computed as follows:\n"
+"For example, lets suppose your company purchases a new machine for $10,000, which has a salvage value of $700 and will have a useful life of 10 years. The SLN yearly depreciation is computed as follows:\n"
"=SLN(10000, 700, 10)\n"
"This will return the yearly depreciation figure of $930.\n"
"@SEEALSO=SYD"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SLN\n"
"@SYNTAX=SLN(cost,salvage_value,life)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SLN function will determine the straight line depreciation of "
"an asset for a single period.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SLN function will determine the straight line depreciation of an asset for a single period.\n"
"\n"
"The formula is:\n"
"\n"
"Depreciation expense = ( @cost  @salvage_value ) / @life\n"
"\n"
"@cost is the cost of an asset when acquired (market value).\n"
"@salvage_value is the amount you get when asset is sold at the end of the "
"asset's useful life.\n"
+"@salvage_value is the amount you get when asset is sold at the end of the asset's useful life.\n"
"@life is the anticipated life of an asset.\n"
"\n"
"* If @life <= 0, SLN returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"For example, lets suppose your company purchases a new machine for $10,000, "
"which has a salvage value of $700 and will have a useful life of 10 years. "
"The SLN yearly depreciation is computed as follows:\n"
+"For example, lets suppose your company purchases a new machine for Â£10,000, which has a salvage value of Â£700 and will have a useful life of 10 years. The SLN yearly depreciation is computed as follows:\n"
"=SLN(10000, 700, 10)\n"
"This will return the yearly depreciation figure of $930.\n"
+"This will return the yearly depreciation figure of Â£930.\n"
"@SEEALSO=SYD"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1060
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1105
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SYD\n"
"@SYNTAX=SYD(cost,salvage_value,life,period)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SYD function calculates the sumofyears digits depreciation "
"for an asset based on its cost, salvage value, anticipated life and a "
"particular period. This method accelerates the rate of the depreciation, so "
"that more depreciation expense occurs in earlier periods than in later ones. "
"The depreciable cost is the actual cost minus the salvage value. The useful "
"life is the number of periods (typically years) over with the asset is "
"depreciated.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SYD function calculates the sumofyears digits depreciation for an asset based on its cost, salvage value, anticipated life and a particular period. This method accelerates the rate of the depreciation, so that more depreciation expense occurs in earlier periods than in later ones. The depreciable cost is the actual cost minus the salvage value. The useful life is the number of periods (typically years) over which the asset is depreciated.\n"
"\n"
"The Formula used for sumofyears digits depreciation is:\n"
"\n"
"Depreciation expense =\n"
"\n"
"\t ( @cost  @salvage_value ) * (@life  @period + 1) * 2 / @life * (@life + "
"1).\n"
+"\t ( @cost  @salvage_value ) * (@life  @period + 1) * 2 / @life * (@life + 1).\n"
"\n"
"@cost is the cost of an asset when acquired (market value).\n"
"@salvage_value is the amount you get when asset sold at the end of its "
"useful life.\n"
+"@salvage_value is the amount you get when asset sold at the end of its useful life.\n"
"@life is the anticipated life of an asset.\n"
"@period is the period for which we need the expense.\n"
"\n"
"* If @life <= 0, SYD returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"For example say a company purchases a new computer for $5000 which has a "
"salvage value of $200, and a useful life of five years. We would use the "
"following to calculate the second year's depreciation using the SYD method:\n"
+"For example say a company purchases a new computer for $5000 which has a salvage value of $200, and a useful life of five years. We would use the following to calculate the second year's depreciation using the SYD method:\n"
"=SYD(5000, 200, 5, 2) which returns 1,280.00.\n"
"@SEEALSO=SLN"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SYD\n"
"@SYNTAX=SYD(cost,salvage_value,life,period)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SYD function calculates the sumofyears digits depreciation "
"for an asset based on its cost, salvage value, anticipated life and a "
"particular period. This method accelerates the rate of the depreciation, so "
"that more depreciation expense occurs in earlier periods than in later ones. "
"The depreciable cost is the actual cost minus the salvage value. The useful "
"life is the number of periods (typically years) over with the asset is "
"depreciated.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SYD function calculates the sumofyears digits depreciation for an asset based on its cost, salvage value, anticipated life and a particular period. This method accelerates the rate of the depreciation, so that more depreciation expense occurs in earlier periods than in later ones. The depreciable cost is the actual cost minus the salvage value. The useful life is the number of periods (typically years) over which the asset is depreciated.\n"
"\n"
"The Formula used for sumofyears digits depreciation is:\n"
"\n"
"Depreciation expense =\n"
"\n"
"\t ( @cost  @salvage_value ) * (@life  @period + 1) * 2 / @life * (@life + "
"1).\n"
+"\t ( @cost  @salvage_value ) * (@life  @period + 1) * 2 / @life * (@life + 1).\n"
"\n"
"@cost is the cost of an asset when acquired (market value).\n"
"@salvage_value is the amount you get when asset sold at the end of its "
"useful life.\n"
+"@salvage_value is the amount you get when asset sold at the end of its useful life.\n"
"@life is the anticipated life of an asset.\n"
"@period is the period for which we need the expense.\n"
"\n"
"* If @life <= 0, SYD returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"For example say a company purchases a new computer for $5000 which has a "
"salvage value of $200, and a useful life of five years. We would use the "
"following to calculate the second year's depreciation using the SYD method:\n"
+"For example say a company purchases a new computer for Â£5000 which has a salvage value of Â£200, and a useful life of five years. We would use the following to calculate the second year's depreciation using the SYD method:\n"
"=SYD(5000, 200, 5, 2) which returns 1,280.00.\n"
"@SEEALSO=SLN"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1121
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1166
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DOLLARDE\n"
"@SYNTAX=DOLLARDE(fractional_dollar,fraction)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DOLLARDE converts a dollar price expressed as a fraction into a "
"dollar price expressed as a decimal number.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DOLLARDE converts a dollar price expressed as a fraction into a dollar price expressed as a decimal number.\n"
"\n"
"@fractional_dollar is the fractional number to be converted. @fraction is "
"the denominator of the fraction.\n"
+"@fractional_dollar is the fractional number to be converted. @fraction is the denominator of the fraction.\n"
"\n"
"* If @fraction is noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @fraction <= 0, DOLLARDE returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 6365,11 +5179,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DOLLARDE\n"
"@SYNTAX=DOLLARDE(fractional_dollar,fraction)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DOLLARDE converts a dollar price expressed as a fraction into a "
"dollar price expressed as a decimal number.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DOLLARDE converts a dollar price expressed as a fraction into a dollar price expressed as a decimal number.\n"
"\n"
"@fractional_dollar is the fractional number to be converted. @fraction is "
"the denominator of the fraction.\n"
+"@fractional_dollar is the fractional number to be converted. @fraction is the denominator of the fraction.\n"
"\n"
"* If @fraction is noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @fraction <= 0, DOLLARDE returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 6378,12 +5190,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DOLLARFR"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1168
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1225
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DOLLARFR\n"
"@SYNTAX=DOLLARFR(decimal_dollar,fraction)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DOLLARFR converts a decimal dollar price into a dollar price "
"expressed as a fraction.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DOLLARFR converts a decimal dollar price into a dollar price expressed as a fraction.\n"
"\n"
"* If @fraction is noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @fraction <= 0, DOLLARFR returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 6394,8 +5205,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DOLLARFR\n"
"@SYNTAX=DOLLARFR(decimal_dollar,fraction)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DOLLARFR converts a decimal dollar price into a dollar price "
"expressed as a fraction.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DOLLARFR converts a decimal dollar price into a dollar price expressed as a fraction.\n"
"\n"
"* If @fraction is noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @fraction <= 0, DOLLARFR returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 6404,37 +5214,33 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DOLLARDE"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1212
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1279
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MIRR\n"
"@SYNTAX=MIRR(values,finance_rate,reinvest_rate)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MIRR function returns the modified internal rate of return for "
"a given periodic cash flow. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MIRR function returns the modified internal rate of return for a given periodic cash flow. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NPV"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MIRR\n"
"@SYNTAX=MIRR(values,finance_rate,reinvest_rate)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MIRR function returns the modified internal rate of return for "
"a given periodic cash flow. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MIRR function returns the modified internal rate of return for a given periodic cash flow. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NPV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1275
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1342
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TBILLEQ\n"
"@SYNTAX=TBILLEQ(settlement,maturity,discount)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLEQ function returns the bondyield equivalent (BEY) for a "
"treasury bill. TBILLEQ is equivalent to\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLEQ function returns the bondyield equivalent (BEY) for a treasury bill. TBILLEQ is equivalent to\n"
"\n"
"\t(365 * @discount) / (360  @discount * DSM),\n"
"\n"
"where DSM is the days between @settlement and @maturity.\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year "
"later than the @settlement, TBILLEQ returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year later than the @settlement, TBILLEQ returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @discount is negative, TBILLEQ returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 6443,31 +5249,26 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TBILLEQ\n"
"@SYNTAX=TBILLEQ(settlement,maturity,discount)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLEQ function returns the bondyield equivalent (BEY) for a "
"treasury bill. TBILLEQ is equivalent to\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLEQ function returns the bondyield equivalent (BEY) for a treasury bill. TBILLEQ is equivalent to\n"
"\n"
"\t(365 * @discount) / (360  @discount * DSM),\n"
"\n"
"where DSM is the days between @settlement and @maturity.\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year "
"later than the @settlement, TBILLEQ returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year later than the @settlement, TBILLEQ returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @discount is negative, TBILLEQ returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TBILLPRICE,TBILLYIELD"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1326
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1393
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TBILLPRICE\n"
"@SYNTAX=TBILLPRICE(settlement,maturity,discount)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLPRICE function returns the price per $100 value for a "
"treasury bill where @settlement is the settlement date and @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the bill. @discount is the treasury bill's discount rate.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLPRICE function returns the price per $100 value for a treasury bill where @settlement is the settlement date and @maturity is the maturity date of the bill. @discount is the treasury bill's discount rate.\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year "
"later than the @settlement, TBILLPRICE returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year later than the @settlement, TBILLPRICE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @discount is negative, TBILLPRICE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 6476,28 +5277,22 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TBILLPRICE\n"
"@SYNTAX=TBILLPRICE(settlement,maturity,discount)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLPRICE function returns the price per $100 value for a "
"treasury bill where @settlement is the settlement date and @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the bill. @discount is the treasury bill's discount rate.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLPRICE function returns the price per Â£100 value for a treasury bill where @settlement is the settlement date and @maturity is the maturity date of the bill. @discount is the treasury bill's discount rate.\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year "
"later than the @settlement, TBILLPRICE returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year later than the @settlement, TBILLPRICE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @discount is negative, TBILLPRICE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TBILLEQ,TBILLYIELD"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1372
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1439
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TBILLYIELD\n"
"@SYNTAX=TBILLYIELD(settlement,maturity,pr)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLYIELD function returns the yield for a treasury bill. "
"@settlement is the settlement date and @maturity is the maturity date of the "
"bill. @discount is the treasury bill's discount rate.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLYIELD function returns the yield for a treasury bill. @settlement is the settlement date and @maturity is the maturity date of the bill. @discount is the treasury bill's discount rate.\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year "
"later than the @settlement, TBILLYIELD returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year later than the @settlement, TBILLYIELD returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @pr is negative, TBILLYIELD returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 6506,19 +5301,16 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TBILLYIELD\n"
"@SYNTAX=TBILLYIELD(settlement,maturity,pr)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLYIELD function returns the yield for a treasury bill. "
"@settlement is the settlement date and @maturity is the maturity date of the "
"bill. @discount is the treasury bill's discount rate.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TBILLYIELD function returns the yield for a treasury bill. @settlement is the settlement date and @maturity is the maturity date of the bill. @discount is the treasury bill's discount rate.\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year "
"later than the @settlement, TBILLYIELD returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year later than the @settlement, TBILLYIELD returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @pr is negative, TBILLYIELD returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TBILLEQ,TBILLPRICE"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1418
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1485
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RATE\n"
"@SYNTAX=RATE(nper,pmt,pv[,fv,type,guess])\n"
@@ 6542,56 +5334,39 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PV,FV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1532
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1599
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IRR\n"
"@SYNTAX=IRR(values[,guess])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IRR calculates and returns the internal rate of return of an "
"investment. This function is closely related to the net present value "
"function (NPV). The IRR is the interest rate for a series of cash flows "
"where the net preset value is zero.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IRR calculates and returns the internal rate of return of an investment. This function is closely related to the net present value function (NPV). The IRR is the interest rate for a series of cash flows where the net preset value is zero.\n"
"\n"
"@values contains the series of cash flows generated by the investment. The "
"payments should occur at regular intervals. The optional @guess is the "
"initial value used in calculating the IRR. You do not have to use that, it "
"is only provided for the Excel compatibility.\n"
+"@values contains the series of cash flows generated by the investment. The payments should occur at regular intervals. The optional @guess is the initial value used in calculating the IRR. You do not have to use that, it is only provided for the Excel compatibility.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1:A8 contain the numbers 32432, 5324, 7432, "
"9332, 12324, 4334, 1235, 3422. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1:A8 contain the numbers 32432, 5324, 7432, 9332, 12324, 4334, 1235, 3422. Then\n"
"IRR(A1:A8) returns 0.04375. \n"
"@SEEALSO=FV,NPV,PV"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IRR\n"
"@SYNTAX=IRR(values[,guess])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IRR calculates and returns the internal rate of return of an "
"investment. This function is closely related to the net present value "
"function (NPV). The IRR is the interest rate for a series of cash flows "
"where the net preset value is zero.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IRR calculates and returns the internal rate of return of an investment. This function is closely related to the net present value function (NPV). The IRR is the interest rate for a series of cash flows where the net preset value is zero.\n"
"\n"
"@values contains the series of cash flows generated by the investment. The "
"payments should occur at regular intervals. The optional @guess is the "
"initial value used in calculating the IRR. You do not have to use that, it "
"is only provided for the Excel compatibility.\n"
+"@values contains the series of cash flows generated by the investment. The payments should occur at regular intervals. The optional @guess is the initial value used in calculating the IRR. You do not have to use that, it is only provided for the Excel compatibility.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1:A8 contain the numbers 32432, 5324, 7432, "
"9332, 12324, 4334, 1235, 3422. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1:A8 contain the numbers 32432, 5324, 7432, 9332, 12324, 4334, 1235, 3422. Then\n"
"IRR(A1:A8) returns 0.04375. \n"
"@SEEALSO=FV,NPV,PV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1658
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1733
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PV\n"
"@SYNTAX=PV(rate,nper,pmt[,fv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PV calculates the present value of an investment. @rate is the "
"periodic interest rate, @nper is the number of periods used for compounding. "
"@pmt is the payment made each period, @fv is the future value and @type is "
"when the payment is made.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PV calculates the present value of an investment. @rate is the periodic interest rate, @nper is the number of periods used for compounding. @pmt is the payment made each period, @fv is the future value and @type is when the payment is made.\n"
"\n"
"* If @type = 1 then the payment is made at the beginning of the period.\n"
"* If @type = 0 (or omitted) it is made at the end of each period.\n"
@@ 6601,10 +5376,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PV\n"
"@SYNTAX=PV(rate,nper,pmt[,fv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PV calculates the present value of an investment. @rate is the "
"periodic interest rate, @nper is the number of periods used for compounding. "
"@pmt is the payment made each period, @fv is the future value and @type is "
"when the payment is made.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PV calculates the present value of an investment. @rate is the periodic interest rate, @nper is the number of periods used for compounding. @pmt is the payment made each period, @fv is the future value and @type is when the payment is made.\n"
"\n"
"* If @type = 1 then the payment is made at the beginning of the period.\n"
"* If @type = 0 (or omitted) it is made at the end of each period.\n"
@@ 6612,14 +5384,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1702
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1781
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NPV\n"
"@SYNTAX=NPV(rate,v1,v2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NPV calculates the net present value of an investment "
"generating periodic payments. @rate is the periodic interest rate and @v1, "
"@v2, ... are the periodic payments. If the schedule of the cash flows are "
"not periodic use the XNPV function. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NPV calculates the net present value of an investment generating periodic payments. @rate is the periodic interest rate and @v1, @v2, ... are the periodic payments. If the schedule of the cash flows are not periodic use the XNPV function. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"NPV(0.17,10000,3340,2941,2493,3233,1732,2932) equals 186.30673.\n"
"\n"
@@ 6627,26 +5396,19 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NPV\n"
"@SYNTAX=NPV(rate,v1,v2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NPV calculates the net present value of an investment "
"generating periodic payments. @rate is the periodic interest rate and @v1, "
"@v2, ... are the periodic payments. If the schedule of the cash flows are "
"not periodic use the XNPV function. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NPV calculates the net present value of an investment generating periodic payments. @rate is the periodic interest rate and @v1, @v2, ... are the periodic payments. If the schedule of the cash flows are not periodic use the XNPV function. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"NPV(0.17,10000,3340,2941,2493,3233,1732,2932) equals 186.30673.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PV,XNPV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1758
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1832
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=XNPV\n"
"@SYNTAX=XNPV(rate,values,dates)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=XNPV calculates the net present value of an investment. The "
"schedule of the cash flows is given in @dates array. The first date "
"indicates the beginning of the payment schedule. @rate is the interest rate "
"and @values are the payments.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=XNPV calculates the net present value of an investment. The schedule of the cash flows is given in @dates array. The first date indicates the beginning of the payment schedule. @rate is the interest rate and @values are the payments.\n"
"\n"
"* If @values and @dates contain unequal number of values, XNPV returns the "
"#NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @values and @dates contain unequal number of values, XNPV returns the #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 6654,75 +5416,47 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=XNPV\n"
"@SYNTAX=XNPV(rate,values,dates)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=XNPV calculates the net present value of an investment. The "
"schedule of the cash flows is given in @dates array. The first date "
"indicates the beginning of the payment schedule. @rate is the interest rate "
"and @values are the payments.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=XNPV calculates the net present value of an investment. The schedule of the cash flows is given in @dates array. The first date indicates the beginning of the payment schedule. @rate is the interest rate and @values are the payments.\n"
"\n"
"* If @values and @dates contain unequal number of values, XNPV returns the "
"#NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @values and @dates contain unequal number of values, XNPV returns the #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NPV,PV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1821
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1894
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=XIRR\n"
"@SYNTAX=XIRR(values,dates[,guess])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=XIRR calculates and returns the internal rate of return of an "
"investment that has not necessarily periodic payments. This function is "
"closely related to the net present value function (NPV and XNPV). The XIRR "
"is the interest rate for a series of cash flows where the XNPV is zero.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=XIRR calculates and returns the internal rate of return of an investment that has not necessarily periodic payments. This function is closely related to the net present value function (NPV and XNPV). The XIRR is the interest rate for a series of cash flows where the XNPV is zero.\n"
"\n"
"@values contains the series of cash flows generated by the investment. "
"@dates contains the dates of the payments. The first date describes the "
"payment day of the initial payment and thus all the other dates should be "
"after this date. The optional @guess is the initial value used in "
"calculating the XIRR. You do not have to use that, it is only provided for "
"the Excel compatibility.\n"
+"@values contains the series of cash flows generated by the investment. @dates contains the dates of the payments. The first date describes the payment day of the initial payment and thus all the other dates should be after this date. The optional @guess is the initial value used in calculating the XIRR. You do not have to use that, it is only provided for the Excel compatibility.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1:A5 contain the numbers 6000, 2134, 1422, "
"1933, and 1422, and the cells B1:B5 contain the dates \"19990115\", \"1999"
"0404\", \"19990509\", \"20000312\", and \"2000051\". Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1:A5 contain the numbers 6000, 2134, 1422, 1933, and 1422, and the cells B1:B5 contain the dates \"19990115\", \"19990404\", \"19990509\", \"20000312\", and \"2000051\". Then\n"
"XIRR(A1:A5,B1:B5) returns 0.224838. \n"
"@SEEALSO=IRR,XNPV"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=XIRR\n"
"@SYNTAX=XIRR(values,dates[,guess])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=XIRR calculates and returns the internal rate of return of an "
"investment that has not necessarily periodic payments. This function is "
"closely related to the net present value function (NPV and XNPV). The XIRR "
"is the interest rate for a series of cash flows where the XNPV is zero.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=XIRR calculates and returns the internal rate of return of an investment that has not necessarily periodic payments. This function is closely related to the net present value function (NPV and XNPV). The XIRR is the interest rate for a series of cash flows where the XNPV is zero.\n"
"\n"
"@values contains the series of cash flows generated by the investment. "
"@dates contains the dates of the payments. The first date describes the "
"payment day of the initial payment and thus all the other dates should be "
"after this date. The optional @guess is the initial value used in "
"calculating the XIRR. You do not have to use that, it is only provided for "
"the Excel compatibility.\n"
+"@values contains the series of cash flows generated by the investment. @dates contains the dates of the payments. The first date describes the payment day of the initial payment and thus all the other dates should be after this date. The optional @guess is the initial value used in calculating the XIRR. You do not have to use that, it is only provided for the Excel compatibility.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1:A5 contain the numbers 6000, 2134, 1422, "
"1933, and 1422, and the cells B1:B5 contain the dates \"19990115\", \"1999"
"0404\", \"19990509\", \"20000312\", and \"2000051\". Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1:A5 contain the numbers 6000, 2134, 1422, 1933, and 1422, and the cells B1:B5 contain the dates \"19990115\", \"19990404\", \"19990509\", \"20000312\", and \"2000051\". Then\n"
"XIRR(A1:A5,B1:B5) returns 0.224838. \n"
"@SEEALSO=IRR,XNPV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1931
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2014
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FV\n"
"@SYNTAX=FV(rate,nper,pmt[,pv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FV computes the future value of an investment. This is based on "
"periodic, constant payments and a constant interest rate. The interest rate "
"per period is @rate, @nper is the number of periods in an annuity, @pmt is "
"the payment made each period, @pv is the present value and @type is when the "
"payment is made.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FV computes the future value of an investment. This is based on periodic, constant payments and a constant interest rate. The interest rate per period is @rate, @nper is the number of periods in an annuity, @pmt is the payment made each period, @pv is the present value and @type is when the payment is made.\n"
"\n"
"* If @type = 1 then the payment is made at the beginning of the period.\n"
"* If @type = 0 it is made at the end of each period.\n"
@@ 6733,11 +5467,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FV\n"
"@SYNTAX=FV(rate,nper,pmt[,pv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FV computes the future value of an investment. This is based on "
"periodic, constant payments and a constant interest rate. The interest rate "
"per period is @rate, @nper is the number of periods in an annuity, @pmt is "
"the payment made each period, @pv is the present value and @type is when the "
"payment is made.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FV computes the future value of an investment. This is based on periodic, constant payments and a constant interest rate. The interest rate per period is @rate, @nper is the number of periods in an annuity, @pmt is the payment made each period, @pv is the present value and @type is when the payment is made.\n"
"\n"
"* If @type = 1 then the payment is made at the beginning of the period.\n"
"* If @type = 0 it is made at the end of each period.\n"
@@ 6746,20 +5476,17 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PV,PMT,PPMT"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:1971
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2058
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PMT\n"
"@SYNTAX=PMT(rate,nper,pv[,fv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PMT returns the amount of payment for a loan based on a "
"constant interest rate and constant payments (each payment is equal "
"amount).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PMT returns the amount of payment for a loan based on a constant interest rate and constant payments (each payment is equal amount).\n"
"\n"
"@rate is the constant interest rate.\n"
"@nper is the overall number of payments.\n"
"@pv is the present value.\n"
"@fv is the future value.\n"
"@type is the type of the payment: 0 means at the end of the period and 1 "
"means at the beginning of the period.\n"
+"@type is the type of the payment: 0 means at the end of the period and 1 means at the beginning of the period.\n"
"\n"
"* If @fv is omitted, Gnumeric assumes it to be zero.\n"
"* If @type is omitted, Gnumeric assumes it to be zero.\n"
@@ 6770,16 +5497,13 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PMT\n"
"@SYNTAX=PMT(rate,nper,pv[,fv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PMT returns the amount of payment for a loan based on a "
"constant interest rate and constant payments (each payment is equal "
"amount).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PMT returns the amount of payment for a loan based on a constant interest rate and constant payments (each payment is equal amount).\n"
"\n"
"@rate is the constant interest rate.\n"
"@nper is the overall number of payments.\n"
"@pv is the present value.\n"
"@fv is the future value.\n"
"@type is the type of the payment: 0 means at the end of the period and 1 "
"means at the beginning of the period.\n"
+"@type is the type of the payment: 0 means at the end of the period and 1 means at the beginning of the period.\n"
"\n"
"* If @fv is omitted, Gnumeric assumes it to be zero.\n"
"* If @type is omitted, Gnumeric assumes it to be zero.\n"
@@ 6788,12 +5512,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PPMT,PV,FV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2011
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2101
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IPMT\n"
"@SYNTAX=IPMT(rate,per,nper,pv[,fv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IPMT calculates the amount of a payment of an annuity going "
"towards interest.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IPMT calculates the amount of a payment of an annuity going towards interest.\n"
"\n"
"Formula for IPMT is:\n"
"\n"
@@ 6812,8 +5535,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IPMT\n"
"@SYNTAX=IPMT(rate,per,nper,pv[,fv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IPMT calculates the amount of a payment of an annuity going "
"towards interest.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IPMT calculates the amount of a payment of an annuity going towards interest.\n"
"\n"
"Formula for IPMT is:\n"
"\n"
@@ 6830,12 +5552,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PPMT,PV,FV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2064
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2158
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PPMT\n"
"@SYNTAX=PPMT(rate,per,nper,pv[,fv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PPMT calculates the amount of a payment of an annuity going "
"towards principal.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PPMT calculates the amount of a payment of an annuity going towards principal.\n"
"\n"
"Formula for it is:\n"
"PPMT(per) = PMT  IPMT(per)\n"
@@ 6853,8 +5574,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PPMT\n"
"@SYNTAX=PPMT(rate,per,nper,pv[,fv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PPMT calculates the amount of a payment of an annuity going "
"towards principal.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PPMT calculates the amount of a payment of an annuity going towards principal.\n"
"\n"
"Formula for it is:\n"
"PPMT(per) = PMT  IPMT(per)\n"
@@ 6870,49 +5590,35 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=IPMT,PV,FV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2116
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2214
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NPER\n"
"@SYNTAX=NPER(rate,pmt,pv[,fv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NPER calculates number of periods of an investment based on "
"periodic constant payments and a constant interest rate.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NPER calculates number of periods of an investment based on periodic constant payments and a constant interest rate.\n"
"\n"
"The interest rate per period is @rate, @pmt is the payment made each period, "
"@pv is the present value, @fv is the future value and @type is when the "
"payments are due. If @type = 1, payments are due at the beginning of the "
"period, if @type = 0, payments are due at the end of the period.\n"
+"The interest rate per period is @rate, @pmt is the payment made each period, @pv is the present value, @fv is the future value and @type is when the payments are due. If @type = 1, payments are due at the beginning of the period, if @type = 0, payments are due at the end of the period.\n"
"\n"
"* If @rate <= 0, NPER returns #DIV0 error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"For example, if you deposit $10,000 in a savings account that earns an "
"interest rate of 6%. To calculate home many years it will take to double "
"your investment use NPER as follows:\n"
"=NPER(0.06, 0, 10000, 20000,0)returns 11.895661046 which indicates that you "
"can double your money just before the end of the 12th year.\n"
+"For example, if you deposit $10,000 in a savings account that earns an interest rate of 6%. To calculate how many years it will take to double your investment use NPER as follows:\n"
+"=NPER(0.06, 0, 10000, 20000,0)returns 11.895661046 which indicates that you can double your money just before the end of the 12th year.\n"
"@SEEALSO=PPMT,PV,FV"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NPER\n"
"@SYNTAX=NPER(rate,pmt,pv[,fv,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NPER calculates number of periods of an investment based on "
"periodic constant payments and a constant interest rate.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NPER calculates number of periods of an investment based on periodic constant payments and a constant interest rate.\n"
"\n"
"The interest rate per period is @rate, @pmt is the payment made each period, "
"@pv is the present value, @fv is the future value and @type is when the "
"payments are due. If @type = 1, payments are due at the beginning of the "
"period, if @type = 0, payments are due at the end of the period.\n"
+"The interest rate per period is @rate, @pmt is the payment made each period, @pv is the present value, @fv is the future value and @type is when the payments are due. If @type = 1, payments are due at the beginning of the period, if @type = 0, payments are due at the end of the period.\n"
"\n"
"* If @rate <= 0, NPER returns #DIV0 error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"For example, if you deposit $10,000 in a savings account that earns an "
"interest rate of 6%. To calculate home many years it will take to double "
"your investment use NPER as follows:\n"
"=NPER(0.06, 0, 10000, 20000,0)returns 11.895661046 which indicates that you "
"can double your money just before the end of the 12th year.\n"
+"For example, if you deposit Â£10,000 in a savings account that earns an interest rate of 6%. To calculate home many years it will take to double your investment use NPER as follows:\n"
+"=NPER(0.06, 0, 10000, 20000,0)returns 11.895661046 which indicates that you can double your money just before the end of the 12th year.\n"
"@SEEALSO=PPMT,PV,FV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2173
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2274
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DURATION\n"
"@SYNTAX=DURATION(settlement,maturity,coup,yield,frequency[,basis])\n"
@@ 6922,9 +5628,7 @@ msgid ""
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@coup The annual coupon rate as a percentage.\n"
"@yield The annualized yield of the security as a percentage.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies "
"are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting "
"system you want to use:\n"
+"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 6948,9 +5652,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@coup The annual coupon rate as a percentage.\n"
"@yield The annualised yield of the security as a percentage.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies "
"are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting "
"system you want to use:\n"
+"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 6966,14 +5668,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=G_DURATION,MDURATION"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2235
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2336
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=G_DURATION\n"
"@SYNTAX=G_DURATION(rate,pv,fv)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=G_DURATION calculates number of periods needed for an "
"investment to attain a desired value. This function is similar to FV and PV "
"with a difference that we do not need give the direction of cash flows e.g. "
"100 for a cash outflow and +100 for a cash inflow.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=G_DURATION calculates number of periods needed for an investment to attain a desired value. This function is similar to FV and PV with a difference that we do not need give the direction of cash flows e.g. 100 for a cash outflow and +100 for a cash inflow.\n"
"\n"
"* If @rate <= 0, G_DURATION returns #DIV0 error.\n"
"* If @fv = 0 or @pv = 0, G_DURATION returns #DIV0 error.\n"
@@ 6985,10 +5684,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=G_DURATION\n"
"@SYNTAX=G_DURATION(rate,pv,fv)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=G_DURATION calculates number of periods needed for an "
"investment to attain a desired value. This function is similar to FV and PV "
"with a difference that we do not need give the direction of cash flows e.g. "
"100 for a cash outflow and +100 for a cash inflow.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=G_DURATION calculates number of periods needed for an investment to attain a desired value. This function is similar to FV and PV with a difference that we do not need give the direction of cash flows e.g. 100 for a cash outflow and +100 for a cash inflow.\n"
"\n"
"* If @rate <= 0, G_DURATION returns #DIV0 error.\n"
"* If @fv = 0 or @pv = 0, G_DURATION returns #DIV0 error.\n"
@@ 6998,40 +5694,31 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PPMT,PV,FV,DURATION,MDURATION"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2279
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2380
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FVSCHEDULE\n"
"@SYNTAX=FVSCHEDULE(principal,schedule)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FVSCHEDULE returns the future value of given initial value "
"after applying a series of compound periodic interest rates. The argument "
"@principal is the present value; @schedule is an array of interest rates to "
"apply. The @schedule argument must be a range of cells.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FVSCHEDULE returns the future value of given initial value after applying a series of compound periodic interest rates. The argument @principal is the present value; @schedule is an array of interest rates to apply. The @schedule argument must be a range of cells.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain interest rates 0.11, "
"0.13, 0.09, 0.17, and 0.03. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain interest rates 0.11, 0.13, 0.09, 0.17, and 0.03. Then\n"
"FVSCHEDULE(3000,A1:A5) equals 4942.7911611.\n"
"@SEEALSO=PV,FV"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FVSCHEDULE\n"
"@SYNTAX=FVSCHEDULE(principal,schedule)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FVSCHEDULE returns the future value of given initial value "
"after applying a series of compound periodic interest rates. The argument "
"@principal is the present value; @schedule is an array of interest rates to "
"apply. The @schedule argument must be a range of cells.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FVSCHEDULE returns the future value of given initial value after applying a series of compound periodic interest rates. The argument @principal is the present value; @schedule is an array of interest rates to apply. The @schedule argument must be a range of cells.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain interest rates 0.11, "
"0.13, 0.09, 0.17, and 0.03. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain interest rates 0.11, 0.13, 0.09, 0.17, and 0.03. Then\n"
"FVSCHEDULE(3000,A1:A5) equals 4942.7911611.\n"
"@SEEALSO=PV,FV"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2326
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2427
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EURO\n"
"@SYNTAX=EURO(currency)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EURO converts one Euro to a given national currency in the "
"European monetary union.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EURO converts one Euro to a given national currency in the European monetary union.\n"
"\n"
"@currency is one of the following:\n"
"\n"
@@ 7049,8 +5736,7 @@ msgid ""
" NLG\t(Netherlands)\n"
" PTE\t(Portugal)\n"
"\n"
"* If the given @currency is other than one of the above, EURO returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If the given @currency is other than one of the above, EURO returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"EURO(\"DEM\") returns 1.95583.\n"
@@ 7058,8 +5744,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EURO\n"
"@SYNTAX=EURO(currency)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EURO converts one Euro to a given national currency in the "
"European monetary union.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EURO converts one Euro to a given national currency in the European monetary union.\n"
"\n"
"@currency is one of the following:\n"
"\n"
@@ 7077,21 +5762,17 @@ msgstr ""
" NLG\t(Netherlands)\n"
" PTE\t(Portugal)\n"
"\n"
"* If the given @currency is other than one of the above, EURO returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If the given @currency is other than one of the above, EURO returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"EURO(\"DEM\") returns 1.95583.\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2436
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2537
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EUROCONVERT\n"
"@SYNTAX=EUROCONVERT(n,source,target)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EUROCONVERT converts the currency value @n of @source currency "
"to a target currency @target. Both currencies are given as threeletter "
"strings using the ISO code system names. The following currencies are "
"available:\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EUROCONVERT converts the currency value @n of @source currency to a target currency @target. Both currencies are given as threeletter strings using the ISO code system names. The following currencies are available:\n"
"\n"
" ATS\t(Austria)\n"
" BEF\t(Belgium)\n"
@@ 7107,8 +5788,7 @@ msgid ""
" NLG\t(Netherlands)\n"
" PTE\t(Portugal)\n"
"\n"
"* If the given @source or @target is other than one of the above, "
"EUROCONVERT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If the given @source or @target is other than one of the above, EUROCONVERT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"EUROCONVERT(2.1,\"DEM\",\"EUR\") returns 1.07.\n"
@@ 7116,10 +5796,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EUROCONVERT\n"
"@SYNTAX=EUROCONVERT(n,source,target)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EUROCONVERT converts the currency value @n of @source currency "
"to a target currency @target. Both currencies are given as threeletter "
"strings using the ISO code system names. The following currencies are "
"available:\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EUROCONVERT converts the currency value @n of @source currency to a target currency @target. Both currencies are given as threeletter strings using the ISO code system names. The following currencies are available:\n"
"\n"
" ATS\t(Austria)\n"
" BEF\t(Belgium)\n"
@@ 7135,23 +5812,19 @@ msgstr ""
" NLG\t(Netherlands)\n"
" PTE\t(Portugal)\n"
"\n"
"* If the given @source or @target is other than one of the above, "
"EUROCONVERT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If the given @source or @target is other than one of the above, EUROCONVERT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"EUROCONVERT(2.1,\"DEM\",\"EUR\") returns 1.07.\n"
"@SEEALSO=EURO"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2486
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2587
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PRICE\n"
"@SYNTAX=PRICE(settle,mat,rate,yield,redemption_price,[frequency,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PRICE returns price per $100 face value of a security. This "
"method can only be used if the security pays periodic interest.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PRICE returns price per $100 face value of a security. This method can only be used if the security pays periodic interest.\n"
"\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies "
"are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting "
"system you want to use:\n"
+"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7169,12 +5842,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PRICE\n"
"@SYNTAX=PRICE(settle,mat,rate,yield,redemption_price,[frequency,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PRICE returns price per $100 face value of a security. This "
"method can only be used if the security pays periodic interest.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PRICE returns price per Â£100 face value of a security. This method can only be used if the security pays periodic interest.\n"
"\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies "
"are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting "
"system you want to use:\n"
+"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7190,17 +5860,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2553
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2654
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=YIELD\n"
"@SYNTAX=YIELD(settlement,maturity,rate,price,redemption_price,frequency[,"
"basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=YIELD returns the yield on a security that pays periodic "
"interest.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=YIELD(settlement,maturity,rate,price,redemption_price,frequency[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=YIELD returns the yield on a security that pays periodic interest.\n"
"\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies "
"are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting "
"system you want to use:\n"
+"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7217,14 +5883,10 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO="
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=YIELD\n"
"@SYNTAX=YIELD(settlement,maturity,rate,price,redemption_price,frequency[,"
"basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=YIELD returns the yield on a security that pays periodic "
"interest.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=YIELD(settlement,maturity,rate,price,redemption_price,frequency[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=YIELD returns the yield on a security that pays periodic interest.\n"
"\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies "
"are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting "
"system you want to use:\n"
+"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7240,17 +5902,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2676
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2777
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=YIELDDISC\n"
"@SYNTAX=YIELDDISC(settlement,maturity,pr,redemption[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=YIELDDISC calculates the annual yield of a security that is "
"discounted.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=YIELDDISC calculates the annual yield of a security that is discounted.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @pr is the price per $100 face value of the "
"security. @redemption is the redemption value per $100 face value. @basis is "
"the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @pr is the price per $100 face value of the security. @redemption is the redemption value per $100 face value. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7268,13 +5926,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=YIELDDISC\n"
"@SYNTAX=YIELDDISC(settlement,maturity,pr,redemption[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=YIELDDISC calculates the annual yield of a security that is "
"discounted.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=YIELDDISC calculates the annual yield of a security that is discounted.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @pr is the price per $100 face value of the "
"security. @redemption is the redemption value per $100 face value. @basis is "
"the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @pr is the price per Â£100 face value of the security. @redemption is the redemption value per Â£100 face value. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7290,18 +5944,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2740
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2841
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=YIELDMAT\n"
"@SYNTAX=YIELDMAT(settlement,maturity,issue,rate,pr[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=YIELDMAT calculates the annual yield of a security for which "
"the interest is payed at maturity date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=YIELDMAT calculates the annual yield of a security for which the interest is paid at maturity date.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. "
"@rate is the interest rate set to the security. @pr is the price per $100 "
"face value of the security. @basis is the type of day counting system you "
"want to use:\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. @rate is the interest rate set to the security. @pr is the price per $100 face value of the security. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7318,14 +5967,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=YIELDMAT\n"
"@SYNTAX=YIELDMAT(settlement,maturity,issue,rate,pr[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=YIELDMAT calculates the annual yield of a security for which "
"the interest is payed at maturity date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=YIELDMAT calculates the annual yield of a security for which the interest is paid at maturity date.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. "
"@rate is the interest rate set to the security. @pr is the price per $100 "
"face value of the security. @basis is the type of day counting system you "
"want to use:\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. @rate is the interest rate set to the security. @pr is the price per Â£100 face value of the security. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7340,19 +5984,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2795
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2897
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ODDFPRICE\n"
"@SYNTAX=ODDFPRICE(settlement,maturity,issue,first_coupon,rate,yld,redemption,"
"frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ODDFPRICE returns the price per $100 face value of a security. "
"The security should have an odd short or long first period.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=ODDFPRICE(settlement,maturity,issue,first_coupon,rate,yld,redemption,frequency[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ODDFPRICE returns the price per $100 face value of a security. The security should have an odd short or long first period.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. "
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies "
"are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting "
"system you want to use:\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7369,16 +6007,10 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO="
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ODDFPRICE\n"
"@SYNTAX=ODDFPRICE(settlement,maturity,issue,first_coupon,rate,yld,redemption,"
"frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ODDFPRICE returns the price per $100 face value of a security. "
"The security should have an odd short or long first period.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=ODDFPRICE(settlement,maturity,issue,first_coupon,rate,yld,redemption,frequency[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ODDFPRICE returns the price per Â£100 face value of a security. The security should have an odd short or long first period.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. "
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies "
"are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting "
"system you want to use:\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @issue is the issue date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7394,18 +6026,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:2952
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3054
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ODDFYIELD\n"
"@SYNTAX=ODDFYIELD(settlement,maturity,issue,first_coupon,rate,pr,redemption,"
"frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ODDFYIELD calculates the yield of a security having an odd "
"first period.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments "
"per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. "
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@SYNTAX=ODDFYIELD(settlement,maturity,issue,first_coupon,rate,pr,redemption,frequency[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ODDFYIELD calculates the yield of a security having an odd first period.\n"
+"\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7422,15 +6049,10 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO="
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ODDFYIELD\n"
"@SYNTAX=ODDFYIELD(settlement,maturity,issue,first_coupon,rate,pr,redemption,"
"frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ODDFYIELD calculates the yield of a security having an odd "
"first period.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments "
"per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. "
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@SYNTAX=ODDFYIELD(settlement,maturity,issue,first_coupon,rate,pr,redemption,frequency[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ODDFYIELD calculates the yield of a security having an odd first period.\n"
+"\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7446,18 +6068,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3063
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3165
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ODDLPRICE\n"
"@SYNTAX=ODDLPRICE(settlement,maturity,last_interest,rate,yld,redemption,"
"frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ODDLPRICE calculates the price per $100 face value of a "
"security that has an odd last coupon period.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments "
"per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. "
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@SYNTAX=ODDLPRICE(settlement,maturity,last_interest,rate,yld,redemption,frequency[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ODDLPRICE calculates the price per $100 face value of a security that has an odd last coupon period.\n"
+"\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7474,15 +6091,10 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO="
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ODDLPRICE\n"
"@SYNTAX=ODDLPRICE(settlement,maturity,last_interest,rate,yld,redemption,"
"frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ODDLPRICE calculates the price per $100 face value of a "
"security that has an odd last coupon period.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments "
"per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. "
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@SYNTAX=ODDLPRICE(settlement,maturity,last_interest,rate,yld,redemption,frequency[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ODDLPRICE calculates the price per Â£100 face value of a security that has an odd last coupon period.\n"
+"\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7498,18 +6110,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3157
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3259
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ODDLYIELD\n"
"@SYNTAX=ODDLYIELD(settlement,maturity,last_interest,rate,pr,redemption,"
"frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ODDLYIELD calculates the yield of a security having an odd last "
"period.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments "
"per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. "
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@SYNTAX=ODDLYIELD(settlement,maturity,last_interest,rate,pr,redemption,frequency[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ODDLYIELD calculates the yield of a security having an odd last period.\n"
+"\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7526,15 +6133,10 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO="
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ODDLYIELD\n"
"@SYNTAX=ODDLYIELD(settlement,maturity,last_interest,rate,pr,redemption,"
"frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ODDLYIELD calculates the yield of a security having an odd last "
"period.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the "
"maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments "
"per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. "
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
+"@SYNTAX=ODDLYIELD(settlement,maturity,last_interest,rate,pr,redemption,frequency[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ODDLYIELD calculates the yield of a security having an odd last period.\n"
+"\n"
+"@settlement is the settlement date of the security. @maturity is the maturity date of the security. @frequency is the number of coupon payments per year. Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. @basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 US 30/360\n"
" 1 actual days/actual days\n"
@@ 7550,16 +6152,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3251
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3353
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=AMORDEGRC\n"
"@SYNTAX=AMORDEGRC(cost,purchase_date,first_period,salvage,period,rate[,"
"basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AMORDEGRC: Calculates depreciation for each accounting period "
"using French accounting conventions. Assets purchased in the middle of a "
"period take prorated depreciation into account. This is similar to "
"AMORLINC, except that a depreciation coefficient is applied in the "
"calculation depending on the life of the assets.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=AMORDEGRC(cost,purchase_date,first_period,salvage,period,rate[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AMORDEGRC: Calculates depreciation for each accounting period using French accounting conventions. Assets purchased in the middle of a period take prorated depreciation into account. This is similar to AMORLINC, except that a depreciation coefficient is applied in the calculation depending on the life of the assets.\n"
"Named for AMORtissement DEGRessif Comptabilite\n"
"\n"
"@cost The value of the asset.\n"
@@ 7585,13 +6182,8 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=AMORLINC"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=AMORDEGRC\n"
"@SYNTAX=AMORDEGRC(cost,purchase_date,first_period,salvage,period,rate[,"
"basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AMORDEGRC: Calculates depreciation for each accounting period "
"using French accounting conventions. Assets purchased in the middle of a "
"period take prorated depreciation into account. This is similar to "
"AMORLINC, except that a depreciation coefficient is applied in the "
"calculation depending on the life of the assets.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=AMORDEGRC(cost,purchase_date,first_period,salvage,period,rate[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AMORDEGRC: Calculates depreciation for each accounting period using French accounting conventions. Assets purchased in the middle of a period take prorated depreciation into account. This is similar to AMORLINC, except that a depreciation coefficient is applied in the calculation depending on the life of the assets.\n"
"Named for AMORtissement DEGRessif Comptabilite\n"
"\n"
"@cost The value of the asset.\n"
@@ 7616,14 +6208,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AMORLINC"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3317
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3420
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=AMORLINC\n"
"@SYNTAX=AMORLINC(cost,purchase_date,first_period,salvage,period,rate[,"
"basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AMORLINC: Calculates depreciation for each accounting period "
"using French accounting conventions. Assets purchased in the middle of a "
"period take prorated depreciation into account.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=AMORLINC(cost,purchase_date,first_period,salvage,period,rate[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AMORLINC: Calculates depreciation for each accounting period using French accounting conventions. Assets purchased in the middle of a period take prorated depreciation into account.\n"
"Named for AMORtissement LINeaire Comptabilite.\n"
"\n"
"@cost The value of the asset.\n"
@@ 7649,11 +6238,8 @@ msgid ""
"@SEEALSO=AMORDEGRC"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=AMORLINC\n"
"@SYNTAX=AMORLINC(cost,purchase_date,first_period,salvage,period,rate[,"
"basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AMORLINC: Calculates depreciation for each accounting period "
"using French accounting conventions. Assets purchased in the middle of a "
"period take prorated depreciation into account.\n"
+"@SYNTAX=AMORLINC(cost,purchase_date,first_period,salvage,period,rate[,basis])\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AMORLINC: Calculates depreciation for each accounting period using French accounting conventions. Assets purchased in the middle of a period take prorated depreciation into account.\n"
"Named for AMORtissement LINeaire Comptabilite.\n"
"\n"
"@cost The value of the asset.\n"
@@ 7678,19 +6264,17 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AMORDEGRC"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3378
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3482
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COUPDAYBS\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUPDAYBS(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis,eom])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYBS returns the number of days from the beginning of the "
"coupon period to the settlement date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYBS returns the number of days from the beginning of the coupon period to the settlement date.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 7714,15 +6298,13 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COUPDAYBS\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUPDAYBS(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis,eom])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYBS returns the number of days from the beginning of the "
"coupon period to the settlement date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYBS returns the number of days from the beginning of the coupon period to the settlement date.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 7744,19 +6326,17 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3426
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3530
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COUPDAYS\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUPDAYS(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis,eom])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYS returns the number of days in the coupon period of the "
"settlement date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYS returns the number of days in the coupon period of the settlement date.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 7781,15 +6361,13 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COUPDAYS\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUPDAYS(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis,eom])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYS returns the number of days in the coupon period of the "
"settlement date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYS returns the number of days in the coupon period of the settlement date.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 7812,19 +6390,17 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3475
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3579
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COUPDAYSNC\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUPDAYSNC(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis,eom])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYSNC returns the number of days from the settlement date "
"to the next coupon date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYSNC returns the number of days from the settlement date to the next coupon date.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 7848,15 +6424,13 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COUPDAYSNC\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUPDAYSNC(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis,eom])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYSNC returns the number of days from the settlement date "
"to the next coupon date.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUPDAYSNC returns the number of days from the settlement date to the next coupon date.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 7878,7 +6452,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3523
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3627
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COUPNCD\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUPNCD(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis,eom])\n"
@@ 7888,8 +6462,7 @@ msgid ""
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 7919,8 +6492,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 7942,7 +6514,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3572
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3676
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COUPPCD\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUPPCD(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis,eom])\n"
@@ 7952,8 +6524,7 @@ msgid ""
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 7983,8 +6554,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly, 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 8006,19 +6576,17 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3622
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3726
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COUPNUM\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUPNUM(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis,eom])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUPNUM returns the numbers of coupons to be paid between the "
"settlement and maturity dates, rounded up.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUPNUM returns the numbers of coupons to be paid between the settlement and maturity dates, rounded up.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 8028,8 +6596,7 @@ msgid ""
" 4 European 30/360\n"
" 5 European+ 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @frequency is other than 1, 2, 4, 6 or 12, COUPNUM returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @frequency is other than 1, 2, 4, 6 or 12, COUPNUM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, MSRB 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis is not in between 0 and 5, #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"\n"
@@ 8040,15 +6607,13 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COUPNUM\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUPNUM(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis,eom])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUPNUM returns the numbers of coupons to be paid between the "
"settlement and maturity dates, rounded up.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUPNUM returns the numbers of coupons to be paid between the settlement and maturity dates, rounded up.\n"
"\n"
"@settlement is the settlement date of the security.\n"
"@maturity is the maturity date of the security.\n"
"@frequency is the number of coupon payments per year.\n"
"@eom = TRUE handles end of month maturity dates special.\n"
"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. 6 = bimonthly, "
"12 = monthly.\n"
+"Allowed frequencies are: 1 = annual, 2 = semi, 4 = quarterly. 6 = bimonthly, 12 = monthly.\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
" 0 MSRB 30/360 (MSRB Rule G33 (e))\n"
@@ 8058,8 +6623,7 @@ msgstr ""
" 4 European 30/360\n"
" 5 European+ 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @frequency is other than 1, 2, 4, 6 or 12, COUPNUM returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @frequency is other than 1, 2, 4, 6 or 12, COUPNUM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, MSRB 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis is not in between 0 and 5, #NUM! error is returned.\n"
"\n"
@@ 8068,12 +6632,11 @@ msgstr ""
"COUPNUM (DATE(2002,11,29),DATE(2004,2,29),4,0,FALSE) = 5\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3666
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3770
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CUMIPMT\n"
"@SYNTAX=CUMIPMT(rate,nper,pv,start_period,end_period,type)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CUMIPMT returns the cumulative interest paid on a loan between "
"@start_period and @end_period.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CUMIPMT returns the cumulative interest paid on a loan between @start_period and @end_period.\n"
"\n"
"* If @rate <= 0, CUMIPMT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @nper <= 0, CUMIPMT returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 8089,8 +6652,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CUMIPMT\n"
"@SYNTAX=CUMIPMT(rate,nper,pv,start_period,end_period,type)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CUMIPMT returns the cumulative interest paid on a loan between "
"@start_period and @end_period.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CUMIPMT returns the cumulative interest paid on a loan between @start_period and @end_period.\n"
"\n"
"* If @rate <= 0, CUMIPMT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @nper <= 0, CUMIPMT returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 8104,12 +6666,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3719
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3823
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CUMPRINC\n"
"@SYNTAX=CUMPRINC(rate,nper,pv,start_period,end_period,type)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CUMPRINC returns the cumulative principal paid on a loan "
"between @start_period and @end_period.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CUMPRINC returns the cumulative principal paid on a loan between @start_period and @end_period.\n"
"\n"
"* If @rate <= 0, CUMPRINC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @nper <= 0, CUMPRINC returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 8125,8 +6686,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CUMPRINC\n"
"@SYNTAX=CUMPRINC(rate,nper,pv,start_period,end_period,type)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CUMPRINC returns the cumulative principal paid on a loan "
"between @start_period and @end_period.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CUMPRINC returns the cumulative principal paid on a loan between @start_period and @end_period.\n"
"\n"
"* If @rate <= 0, CUMPRINC returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @nper <= 0, CUMPRINC returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 8140,12 +6700,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3772
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3876
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MDURATION\n"
"@SYNTAX=MDURATION(settlement,maturity,coupon,yield,frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MDURATION returns the Macauley duration for a security with par "
"value 100.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MDURATION returns the Macauley duration for a security with par value 100.\n"
"\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
@@ 8156,8 +6715,7 @@ msgid ""
" 4 European 30/360\n"
" 5 European+ 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement or @maturity are not valid dates, MDURATION returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @settlement or @maturity are not valid dates, MDURATION returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @frequency is other than 1, 2, or 4, MDURATION returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, MSRB 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis is invalid, #NUM! error is returned.\n"
@@ 8168,8 +6726,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MDURATION\n"
"@SYNTAX=MDURATION(settlement,maturity,coupon,yield,frequency[,basis])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MDURATION returns the Macauley duration for a security with par "
"value 100.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MDURATION returns the Macauley duration for a security with par value 100.\n"
"\n"
"@basis is the type of day counting system you want to use:\n"
"\n"
@@ 8180,8 +6737,7 @@ msgstr ""
" 4 European 30/360\n"
" 5 European+ 30/360\n"
"\n"
"* If @settlement or @maturity are not valid dates, MDURATION returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @settlement or @maturity are not valid dates, MDURATION returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @frequency is other than 1, 2, or 4, MDURATION returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @basis is omitted, MSRB 30/360 is applied.\n"
"* If @basis is invalid, #NUM! error is returned.\n"
@@ 8190,12 +6746,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DURATION,G_DURATION"
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3833
+#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/functions.c:3937
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=VDB\n"
"@SYNTAX=VDB(cost,salvage,life,start_period,end_period[,factor,switch])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=VDB calculates the depreciation of an asset for a given period "
"or partial period using the doubledeclining balance method.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=VDB calculates the depreciation of an asset for a given period or partial period using the doubledeclining balance method.\n"
"\n"
"* If @start_period < 0, VDB returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @start_period > @end_period, VDB returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 8210,8 +6765,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=VDB\n"
"@SYNTAX=VDB(cost,salvage,life,start_period,end_period[,factor,switch])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=VDB calculates the depreciation of an asset for a given period "
"or partial period using the doubledeclining balance method.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=VDB calculates the depreciation of an asset for a given period or partial period using the doubledeclining balance method.\n"
"\n"
"* If @start_period < 0, VDB returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @start_period > @end_period, VDB returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 8224,12 +6778,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DB"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:66
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:68
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CELL\n"
"@SYNTAX=CELL(type,ref)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CELL returns information about the formatting, location, or "
"contents of a cell.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CELL returns information about the formatting, location, or contents of a cell.\n"
"\n"
"@type specifies the type of information you want to obtain:\n"
"\n"
@@ 8251,8 +6804,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CELL\n"
"@SYNTAX=CELL(type,ref)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CELL returns information about the formatting, location, or "
"contents of a cell.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CELL returns information about the formatting, location, or contents of a cell.\n"
"\n"
"@type specifies the type of information you want to obtain:\n"
"\n"
@@ 8272,12 +6824,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=INDIRECT"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1168
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1175
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EXPRESSION\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXPRESSION(cell)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXPRESSION returns expression in @cell as a string, or empty if "
"the cell is not an expression.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXPRESSION returns expression in @cell as a string, or empty if the cell is not an expression.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"entering '=EXPRESSION(A3)' in A2 = empty (assuming there is nothing in A3).\n"
"entering '=EXPRESSION(A2)' in A1 = 'EXPRESSION(A3)'.\n"
@@ 8286,15 +6837,14 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EXPRESSION\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXPRESSION(cell)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXPRESSION returns expression in @cell as a string, or empty if "
"the cell is not an expression.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXPRESSION returns expression in @cell as a string, or empty if the cell is not an expression.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"entering '=EXPRESSION(A3)' in A2 = empty (assuming there is nothing in A3).\n"
"entering '=EXPRESSION(A2)' in A1 = 'EXPRESSION(A3)'.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TEXT"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1214
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1222
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COUNTBLANK\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUNTBLANK(range)\n"
@@ 8318,12 +6868,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COUNT"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1261
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1273
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=INFO\n"
"@SYNTAX=INFO(type)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INFO returns information about the current operating "
"environment. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INFO returns information about the current operating environment. \n"
"\n"
"@type is the type of information you want to obtain:\n"
"\n"
@@ 8336,8 +6885,7 @@ msgid ""
" system \t\tReturns the name of the environment.\n"
" totmem \t\tReturns the amount of total memory available.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible, except that types directory and origin "
"are not implemented.\n"
+"* This function is Excel compatible, except that types directory and origin are not implemented.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"INFO(\"system\") returns \"Linux\" on a Linux system.\n"
@@ 8346,8 +6894,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=INFO\n"
"@SYNTAX=INFO(type)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INFO returns information about the current operating "
"environment. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INFO returns information about the current operating environment. \n"
"\n"
"@type is the type of information you want to obtain:\n"
"\n"
@@ 8360,15 +6907,14 @@ msgstr ""
" system \t\tReturns the name of the environment.\n"
" totmem \t\tReturns the amount of total memory available.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible, except that types directory and origin "
"are not implemented.\n"
+"* This function is Excel compatible, except that types directory and origin are not implemented.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"INFO(\"system\") returns \"Linux\" on a Linux system.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1367
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1381
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISERROR\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISERROR(value)\n"
@@ 8392,7 +6938,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ERROR"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1392
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1406
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISNA\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISNA(value)\n"
@@ 8416,12 +6962,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NA"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1421
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1435
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISERR\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISERR(value)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ISERR returns TRUE if the value is any error value except #N/"
"A.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ISERR returns TRUE if the value is any error value except #N/A.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 8431,8 +6976,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ISERR\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISERR(value)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ISERR returns TRUE if the value is any error value except #N/"
"A.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ISERR returns TRUE if the value is any error value except #N/A.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 8440,12 +6984,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ISERROR"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1447
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1461
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ERROR.TYPE\n"
"@SYNTAX=ERROR.TYPE(value)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ERROR.TYPE returns an error number corresponding to the given "
"error value. The error numbers for error values are:\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ERROR.TYPE returns an error number corresponding to the given error value. The error numbers for error values are:\n"
"\n"
"\t#DIV/0! \t\t2\n"
"\t#VALUE! \t3\n"
@@ 8463,8 +7006,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ERROR.TYPE\n"
"@SYNTAX=ERROR.TYPE(value)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ERROR.TYPE returns an error number corresponding to the given "
"error value. The error numbers for error values are:\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ERROR.TYPE returns an error number corresponding to the given error value. The error numbers for error values are:\n"
"\n"
"\t#DIV/0! \t\t2\n"
"\t#VALUE! \t3\n"
@@ 8480,7 +7022,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ISERROR"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1489
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1503
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NA\n"
"@SYNTAX=NA()\n"
@@ 8504,7 +7046,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ISNA"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1514
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1528
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ERROR\n"
"@SYNTAX=ERROR(text)\n"
@@ 8524,7 +7066,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ISERROR"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1538
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1552
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISBLANK\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISBLANK(value)\n"
@@ 8548,7 +7090,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1563
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1577
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISEVEN\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISEVEN(value)\n"
@@ 8572,7 +7114,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ISODD"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1588
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1606
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISLOGICAL\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISLOGICAL(value)\n"
@@ 8596,7 +7138,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1613
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1631
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISNONTEXT\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISNONTEXT(value)\n"
@@ 8620,7 +7162,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ISTEXT"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1638
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1656
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISNUMBER\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISNUMBER(value)\n"
@@ 8644,7 +7186,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1664
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1681
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISODD\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISODD(value)\n"
@@ 8668,7 +7210,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ISEVEN"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1689
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1710
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISREF\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISREF(value)\n"
@@ 8692,7 +7234,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1724
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1739
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISTEXT\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISTEXT(value)\n"
@@ 8716,12 +7258,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ISNONTEXT"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1749
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1764
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=N\n"
"@SYNTAX=N(value)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=N returns a value converted to a number. Strings containing "
"text are converted to the zero value.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=N returns a value converted to a number. Strings containing text are converted to the zero value.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 8732,8 +7273,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=N\n"
"@SYNTAX=N(value)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=N returns a value converted to a number. Strings containing "
"text are converted to the zero value.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=N returns a value converted to a number. Strings containing text are converted to the zero value.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 8742,7 +7282,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1792
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1804
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TYPE\n"
"@SYNTAX=TYPE(value)\n"
@@ 8778,14 +7318,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1844
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1853
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=GETENV\n"
"@SYNTAX=GETENV(string)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GETENV retrieves a value from the execution environment.\n"
"\n"
"* If the variable specified by @string does not exist, #N/A! will be "
"returned. Note, that variable names are case sensitive.\n"
+"* If the variable specified by @string does not exist, #N/A! will be returned. Note, that variable names are case sensitive.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
@@ 8794,22 +7333,18 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=GETENV(string)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GETENV retrieves a value from the execution environment.\n"
"\n"
"* If the variable specified by @string does not exist, #N/A! will be "
"returned. Note, that variable names are case sensitive.\n"
+"* If the variable specified by @string does not exist, #N/A! will be returned. Note, that variable names are case sensitive.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:44
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:45
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=AND\n"
"@SYNTAX=AND(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AND implements the logical AND function: the result is TRUE if "
"all of the expressions evaluate to TRUE, otherwise it returns FALSE.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AND implements the logical AND function: the result is TRUE if all of the expressions evaluate to TRUE, otherwise it returns FALSE.\n"
"\n"
"@b1 trough @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an "
"integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and "
"anything else is TRUE.\n"
+"@b1 through @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and anything else is TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"* If the values contain strings or empty cells those values are ignored.\n"
"* If no logical values are provided, then the error #VALUE! is returned.\n"
@@ 8826,12 +7361,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=AND\n"
"@SYNTAX=AND(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AND implements the logical AND function: the result is TRUE if "
"all of the expressions evaluate to TRUE, otherwise it returns FALSE.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AND implements the logical AND function: the result is TRUE if all of the expressions evaluate to TRUE, otherwise it returns FALSE.\n"
"\n"
"@b1 trough @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an "
"integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and "
"anything else is TRUE.\n"
+"@b1 through @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and anything else is TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"* If the values contain strings or empty cells those values are ignored.\n"
"* If no logical values are provided, then the error #VALUE! is returned.\n"
@@ 8846,12 +7378,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OR, NOT"
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:109
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:112
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NOT\n"
"@SYNTAX=NOT(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NOT implements the logical NOT function: the result is TRUE if "
"the @number is zero; otherwise the result is FALSE.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NOT implements the logical NOT function: the result is TRUE if the @number is zero; otherwise the result is FALSE.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 8863,8 +7394,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NOT\n"
"@SYNTAX=NOT(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NOT implements the logical NOT function: the result is TRUE if "
"the @number is zero; otherwise the result is FALSE.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NOT implements the logical NOT function: the result is TRUE if the @number is zero; otherwise the result is FALSE.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 8874,16 +7404,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AND, OR"
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:140
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:143
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OR\n"
"@SYNTAX=OR(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OR implements the logical OR function: the result is TRUE if "
"any of the values evaluated to TRUE.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OR implements the logical OR function: the result is TRUE if any of the values evaluated to TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"@b1 trough @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an "
"integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and "
"anything else is TRUE.\n"
+"@b1 through @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and anything else is TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"* If the values contain strings or empty cells those values are ignored.\n"
"* If no logical values are provided, then the error #VALUE! is returned.\n"
@@ 8897,12 +7424,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OR\n"
"@SYNTAX=OR(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OR implements the logical OR function: the result is TRUE if "
"any of the values evaluated to TRUE.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OR implements the logical OR function: the result is TRUE if any of the values evaluated to TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"@b1 trough @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an "
"integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and "
"anything else is TRUE.\n"
+"@b1 through @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and anything else is TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"* If the values contain strings or empty cells those values are ignored.\n"
"* If no logical values are provided, then the error #VALUE! is returned.\n"
@@ 8914,16 +7438,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AND, NOT"
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:202
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:207
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=XOR\n"
"@SYNTAX=XOR(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=XOR implements the logical exclusive OR function: the result is "
"TRUE if an odd number of the values evaluated to TRUE.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=XOR implements the logical exclusive OR function: the result is TRUE if an odd number of the values evaluated to TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"@b1 trough @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an "
"integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and "
"anything else is TRUE.\n"
+"@b1 through @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and anything else is TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"* If the values contain strings or empty cells those values are ignored.\n"
"* If no logical values are provided, then the error #VALUE! is returned.\n"
@@ 8935,12 +7456,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=XOR\n"
"@SYNTAX=XOR(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=XOR implements the logical exclusive OR function: the result is "
"TRUE if an odd number of the values evaluated to TRUE.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=XOR implements the logical exclusive OR function: the result is TRUE if an odd number of the values evaluated to TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"@b1 trough @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an "
"integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and "
"anything else is TRUE.\n"
+"@b1 through @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an integer or floating point value is provided, zero is considered FALSE and anything else is TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"* If the values contain strings or empty cells those values are ignored.\n"
"* If no logical values are provided, then the error #VALUE! is returned.\n"
@@ 8950,14 +7468,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=OR, AND, NOT"
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:262
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:269
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=IF\n"
"@SYNTAX=IF(condition[,iftrue,iffalse])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IF function can be used to evaluate conditionally other "
"expressions. IF evaluates @condition. If @condition returns a nonzero "
"value the result of the IF expression is the @iftrue expression, otherwise "
"IF evaluates to the value of @iffalse.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IF function can be used to evaluate conditionally other expressions. IF evaluates @condition. If @condition returns a nonzero value the result of the IF expression is the @iftrue expression, otherwise IF evaluates to the value of @iffalse.\n"
"\n"
"* If omitted @iftrue defaults to TRUE and @iffalse to FALSE.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 8969,10 +7484,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=IF\n"
"@SYNTAX=IF(condition[,iftrue,iffalse])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=IF function can be used to evaluate conditionally other "
"expressions. IF evaluates @condition. If @condition returns a nonzero "
"value the result of the IF expression is the @iftrue expression, otherwise "
"IF evaluates to the value of @iffalse.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=IF function can be used to evaluate conditionally other expressions. IF evaluates @condition. If @condition returns a nonzero value the result of the IF expression is the @iftrue expression, otherwise IF evaluates to the value of @iffalse.\n"
"\n"
"* If omitted @iftrue defaults to TRUE and @iffalse to FALSE.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 8982,7 +7494,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:305
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:310
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TRUE\n"
"@SYNTAX=TRUE()\n"
@@ 9006,7 +7518,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FALSE"
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:330
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:335
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FALSE\n"
"@SYNTAX=FALSE()\n"
@@ 9030,19 +7542,15 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TRUE"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:324
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:327
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ADDRESS\n"
"@SYNTAX=ADDRESS(row_num,col_num[,abs_num,a1,text])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ADDRESS returns a cell address as text for specified row and "
"column numbers.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ADDRESS returns a cell address as text for specified row and column numbers.\n"
"\n"
"@a1 is a logical value that specifies the reference style. If @a1 is TRUE "
"or omitted, ADDRESS returns an A1style reference, i.e. $D$4. Otherwise "
"ADDRESS returns an R1C1style reference, i.e. R4C4.\n"
+"@a1 is a logical value that specifies the reference style. If @a1 is TRUE or omitted, ADDRESS returns an A1style reference, i.e. $D$4. Otherwise ADDRESS returns an R1C1style reference, i.e. R4C4.\n"
"\n"
"@text specifies the name of the worksheet to be used as the external "
"reference.\n"
+"@text specifies the name of the worksheet to be used as the external reference.\n"
"\n"
"* If @abs_num is 1 or omitted, ADDRESS returns absolute reference.\n"
"* If @abs_num is 2 ADDRESS returns absolute row and relative column.\n"
@@ 9060,15 +7568,11 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ADDRESS\n"
"@SYNTAX=ADDRESS(row_num,col_num[,abs_num,a1,text])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ADDRESS returns a cell address as text for specified row and "
"column numbers.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ADDRESS returns a cell address as text for specified row and column numbers.\n"
"\n"
"@a1 is a logical value that specifies the reference style. If @a1 is TRUE "
"or omitted, ADDRESS returns an A1style reference, i.e. $D$4. Otherwise "
"ADDRESS returns an R1C1style reference, i.e. R4C4.\n"
+"@a1 is a logical value that specifies the reference style. If @a1 is TRUE or omitted, ADDRESS returns an A1style reference, i.e. $D$4. Otherwise ADDRESS returns an R1C1style reference, i.e. R4C4.\n"
"\n"
"@text specifies the name of the worksheet to be used as the external "
"reference.\n"
+"@text specifies the name of the worksheet to be used as the external reference.\n"
"\n"
"* If @abs_num is 1 or omitted, ADDRESS returns absolute reference.\n"
"* If @abs_num is 2 ADDRESS returns absolute row and relative column.\n"
@@ 9084,7 +7588,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COLUMNNUMBER"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:431
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:427
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=AREAS\n"
"@SYNTAX=AREAS(reference)\n"
@@ 9104,12 +7608,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ADDRESS,INDEX,INDIRECT,OFFSET"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:508
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:506
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CHOOSE\n"
"@SYNTAX=CHOOSE(index[,value1][,value2]...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CHOOSE returns the value of index @index. @index is rounded to "
"an integer if it is not.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CHOOSE returns the value of index @index. @index is rounded to an integer if it is not.\n"
"\n"
"* If @index < 1 or @index > number of values, CHOOSE returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
@@ 9120,8 +7623,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CHOOSE\n"
"@SYNTAX=CHOOSE(index[,value1][,value2]...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CHOOSE returns the value of index @index. @index is rounded to "
"an integer if it is not.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CHOOSE returns the value of index @index. @index is rounded to an integer if it is not.\n"
"\n"
"* If @index < 1 or @index > number of values, CHOOSE returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
@@ 9130,17 +7632,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=IF"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:563
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:559
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=VLOOKUP\n"
"@SYNTAX=VLOOKUP(value,range,column[,approximate,as_index])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=VLOOKUP function finds the row in range that has a first column "
"similar to @value. If @approximate is not true it finds the row with an "
"exact equivalence. If @approximate is true, then the values must be sorted "
"in order of ascending value for correct function; in this case it finds the "
"row with value less than @value. It returns the value in the row found at a "
"1based offset in @column columns into the @range. @as_index returns the 0"
"based offset that matched rather than the value.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=VLOOKUP function finds the row in range that has a first column similar to @value. If @approximate is not true it finds the row with an exact equivalence. If @approximate is true, then the values must be sorted in order of ascending value for correct function; in this case it finds the row with value less than @value. It returns the value in the row found at a 1based offset in @column columns into the @range. @as_index returns the 0based offset that matched rather than the value.\n"
"\n"
"* VLOOKUP returns #NUM! if @column < 0.\n"
"* VLOOKUP returns #REF! if @column falls outside @range.\n"
@@ 9151,13 +7647,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=VLOOKUP\n"
"@SYNTAX=VLOOKUP(value,range,column[,approximate,as_index])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=VLOOKUP function finds the row in range that has a first column "
"similar to @value. If @approximate is not true it finds the row with an "
"exact equivalence. If @approximate is true, then the values must be sorted "
"in order of ascending value for correct function; in this case it finds the "
"row with value less than @value. It returns the value in the row found at a "
"1based offset in @column columns into the @range. @as_index returns the 0"
"based offset that matched rather than the value.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=VLOOKUP function finds the row in range that has a first column similar to @value. If @approximate is not true it finds the row with an exact equivalence. If @approximate is true, then the values must be sorted in order of ascending value for correct function; in this case it finds the row with value less than @value. It returns the value in the row found at a 1based offset in @column columns into the @range. @as_index returns the 0based offset that matched rather than the value.\n"
"\n"
"* VLOOKUP returns #NUM! if @column < 0.\n"
"* VLOOKUP returns #REF! if @column falls outside @range.\n"
@@ 9166,17 +7656,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=HLOOKUP"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:624
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:620
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=HLOOKUP\n"
"@SYNTAX=HLOOKUP(value,range,row[,approximate,as_index])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HLOOKUP function finds the col in range that has a first row "
"cell similar to @value. If @approximate is not true it finds the col with "
"an exact equivalence. If @approximate is true, then the values must be "
"sorted in order of ascending value for correct function; in this case it "
"finds the col with value less than @value it returns the value in the col "
"found at a 1based offset in @row rows into the @range. @as_index returns "
"the 0based offset that matched rather than the value.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HLOOKUP function finds the col in range that has a first row cell similar to @value. If @approximate is not true it finds the col with an exact equivalence. If @approximate is true, then the values must be sorted in order of ascending value for correct function; in this case it finds the col with value less than @value it returns the value in the col found at a 1based offset in @row rows into the @range. @as_index returns the 0based offset that matched rather than the value.\n"
"\n"
"* HLOOKUP returns #NUM! if @row < 0.\n"
"* HLOOKUP returns #REF! if @row falls outside @range.\n"
@@ 9187,13 +7671,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=HLOOKUP\n"
"@SYNTAX=HLOOKUP(value,range,row[,approximate,as_index])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HLOOKUP function finds the col in range that has a first row "
"cell similar to @value. If @approximate is not true it finds the col with "
"an exact equivalence. If @approximate is true, then the values must be "
"sorted in order of ascending value for correct function; in this case it "
"finds the col with value less than @value it returns the value in the col "
"found at a 1based offset in @row rows into the @range. @as_index returns "
"the 0based offset that matched rather than the value.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HLOOKUP function finds the col in range that has a first row cell similar to @value. If @approximate is not true it finds the col with an exact equivalence. If @approximate is true, then the values must be sorted in order of ascending value for correct function; in this case it finds the col with value less than @value it returns the value in the col found at a 1based offset in @row rows into the @range. @as_index returns the 0based offset that matched rather than the value.\n"
"\n"
"* HLOOKUP returns #NUM! if @row < 0.\n"
"* HLOOKUP returns #REF! if @row falls outside @range.\n"
@@ 9202,14 +7680,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=VLOOKUP"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:686
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:682
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LOOKUP\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOOKUP(value,vector1[,vector2])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOOKUP function finds the row index of @value in @vector1 and "
"returns the contents of @vector2 at that row index. Alternatively a single "
"array can be used for @vector1. If the area is longer than it is wide then "
"the sense of the search is rotated. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOOKUP function finds the row index of @value in @vector1 and returns the contents of @vector2 at that row index. Alternatively a single array can be used for @vector1. If the area is longer than it is wide then the sense of the search is rotated. \n"
"\n"
"* If LOOKUP can't find @value it uses the largest value less than @value.\n"
"* The data must be sorted.\n"
@@ 9221,10 +7696,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LOOKUP\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOOKUP(value,vector1[,vector2])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOOKUP function finds the row index of @value in @vector1 and "
"returns the contents of @vector2 at that row index. Alternatively a single "
"array can be used for @vector1. If the area is longer than it is wide then "
"the sense of the search is rotated. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOOKUP function finds the row index of @value in @vector1 and returns the contents of @vector2 at that row index. Alternatively a single array can be used for @vector1. If the area is longer than it is wide then the sense of the search is rotated. \n"
"\n"
"* If LOOKUP can't find @value it uses the largest value less than @value.\n"
"* The data must be sorted.\n"
@@ 9234,23 +7706,19 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=VLOOKUP,HLOOKUP"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:752
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:748
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MATCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=MATCH(seek,vector[,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MATCH function finds the row index of @seek in @vector and "
"returns it.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MATCH function finds the row index of @seek in @vector and returns it.\n"
"\n"
"If the area is longer than it is wide then the sense of the search is "
"rotated. Alternatively a single array can be used.\n"
+"If the area is longer than it is wide then the sense of the search is rotated. Alternatively a single array can be used.\n"
"\n"
"* The @type parameter, which defaults to +1, controls the search:\n"
"* If @type = 1, MATCH finds largest value <= @seek.\n"
"* If @type = 0, MATCH finds first value == @seek.\n"
"* If @type = 1, MATCH finds smallest value >= @seek.\n"
"* For @type = 0, the data can be in any order. * For @type = 1 and @type = "
"+1, the data must be sorted. (And in these cases, MATCH uses a binary "
"search to locate the index.)\n"
+"* For @type = 0, the data can be in any order. * For @type = 1 and @type = +1, the data must be sorted. (And in these cases, MATCH uses a binary search to locate the index.)\n"
"* If @seek could not be found, #N/A is returned.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 9259,33 +7727,26 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MATCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=MATCH(seek,vector[,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MATCH function finds the row index of @seek in @vector and "
"returns it.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MATCH function finds the row index of @seek in @vector and returns it.\n"
"\n"
"If the area is longer than it is wide then the sense of the search is "
"rotated. Alternatively a single array can be used.\n"
+"If the area is longer than it is wide then the sense of the search is rotated. Alternatively a single array can be used.\n"
"\n"
"* The @type parameter, which defaults to +1, controls the search:\n"
"* If @type = 1, MATCH finds largest value <= @seek.\n"
"* If @type = 0, MATCH finds first value == @seek.\n"
"* If @type = 1, MATCH finds smallest value >= @seek.\n"
"* For @type = 0, the data can be in any order. * For @type = 1 and @type = "
"+1, the data must be sorted. (And in these cases, MATCH uses a binary "
"search to locate the index.)\n"
+"* For @type = 0, the data can be in any order. * For @type = 1 and @type = +1, the data must be sorted. (And in these cases, MATCH uses a binary search to locate the index.)\n"
"* If @seek could not be found, #N/A is returned.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LOOKUP"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:810
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:806
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=INDIRECT\n"
"@SYNTAX=INDIRECT(ref_text[,format])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INDIRECT function returns the contents of the cell pointed to "
"by the @ref_text string. The string specifies a single cell reference the "
"format of which is either A1 or R1C1 style. The style is set by the @format "
"boolean, which defaults to the A1 style.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INDIRECT function returns the contents of the cell pointed to by the @ref_text string. The string specifies a single cell reference the format of which is either A1 or R1C1 style. The style is set by the @format boolean, which defaults to the A1 style.\n"
"\n"
"* If @ref_text is not a valid reference returns #REF! \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 9296,10 +7757,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=INDIRECT\n"
"@SYNTAX=INDIRECT(ref_text[,format])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INDIRECT function returns the contents of the cell pointed to "
"by the @ref_text string. The string specifies a single cell reference the "
"format of which is either A1 or R1C1 style. The style is set by the @format "
"boolean, which defaults to the A1 style.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INDIRECT function returns the contents of the cell pointed to by the @ref_text string. The string specifies a single cell reference the format of which is either A1 or R1C1 style. The style is set by the @format boolean, which defaults to the A1 style.\n"
"\n"
"* If @ref_text is not a valid reference returns #REF! \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 9308,35 +7766,27 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AREAS,INDEX,CELL"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:856
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:855
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=INDEX\n"
"@SYNTAX=INDEX(array[,row, col, area])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INDEX gives a reference to a cell in the given @array.The cell "
"is pointed out by @row and @col, which count the rows and columns in the "
"array.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INDEX gives a reference to a cell in the given @array.The cell is pointed out by @row and @col, which count the rows and columns in the array.\n"
"\n"
"* If @row and @col are omitted the are assumed to be 1.\n"
"* If the reference falls outside the range of the @array, INDEX returns a "
"#REF! error.\n"
+"* If the reference falls outside the range of the @array, INDEX returns a #REF! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, "
"17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then INDEX(A1:A5,4,1,1) equals 25.9\n"
+"@EXAMPLES=Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then INDEX(A1:A5,4,1,1) equals 25.9\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=INDEX\n"
"@SYNTAX=INDEX(array[,row, col, area])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INDEX gives a reference to a cell in the given @array.The cell "
"is pointed out by @row and @col, which count the rows and columns in the "
"array.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INDEX gives a reference to a cell in the given @array.The cell is pointed out by @row and @col, which count the rows and columns in the array.\n"
"\n"
"* If @row and @col are omitted the are assumed to be 1.\n"
"* If the reference falls outside the range of the @array, INDEX returns a "
"#REF! error.\n"
+"* If the reference falls outside the range of the @array, INDEX returns a #REF! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, "
"17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then INDEX(A1:A5,4,1,1) equals 25.9\n"
+"@EXAMPLES=Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then INDEX(A1:A5,4,1,1) equals 25.9\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
@@ 9344,11 +7794,8 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COLUMN\n"
"@SYNTAX=COLUMN([reference])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMN function returns the column number of the current cell "
"unless @reference is given. In that case, it returns an array of the column "
"numbers of all cells in @reference. \n"
"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, COLUMN "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMN function returns the column number of the current cell unless @reference is given. In that case, it returns an array of the column numbers of all cells in @reference. \n"
+"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, COLUMN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"COLUMN() in E1 equals 5.\n"
@@ 9357,23 +7804,19 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COLUMN\n"
"@SYNTAX=COLUMN([reference])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMN function returns the column number of the current cell "
"unless @reference is given. In that case, it returns an array of the column "
"numbers of all cells in @reference. \n"
"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, COLUMN "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMN function returns the column number of the current cell unless @reference is given. In that case, it returns an array of the column numbers of all cells in @reference. \n"
+"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, COLUMN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"COLUMN() in E1 equals 5.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COLUMNS,ROW,ROWS"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:984
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:985
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COLUMNNUMBER\n"
"@SYNTAX=COLUMNNUMBER(name)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMNNUMBER function returns an integer corresponding to the "
"column name supplied as a string.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMNNUMBER function returns an integer corresponding to the column name supplied as a string.\n"
"\n"
"* If @name is invalid, COLUMNNUMBER returns the #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
@@ 9384,8 +7827,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COLUMNNUMBER\n"
"@SYNTAX=COLUMNNUMBER(name)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMNNUMBER function returns an integer corresponding to the "
"column name supplied as a string.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMNNUMBER function returns an integer corresponding to the column name supplied as a string.\n"
"\n"
"* If @name is invalid, COLUMNNUMBER returns the #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
@@ 9394,15 +7836,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ADDRESS"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1019
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1020
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COLUMNS\n"
"@SYNTAX=COLUMNS(reference)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMNS function returns the number of columns in area or array "
"reference.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMNS function returns the number of columns in area or array reference.\n"
"\n"
"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, COLUMNS "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, COLUMNS returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"COLUMNS(H2:J3) equals 3.\n"
@@ 9411,27 +7851,23 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COLUMNS\n"
"@SYNTAX=COLUMNS(reference)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMNS function returns the number of columns in area or array "
"reference.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COLUMNS function returns the number of columns in area or array reference.\n"
"\n"
"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, COLUMNS "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, COLUMNS returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"COLUMNS(H2:J3) equals 3.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COLUMN,ROW,ROWS"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1047
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1048
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=OFFSET\n"
"@SYNTAX=OFFSET(range,row,col[,height[,width]])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OFFSET function returns a cell range. The cell range starts at "
"offset (@row,@col) from @range, and is of height @height and width @width.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OFFSET function returns a cell range. The cell range starts at offset (@row,@col) from @range, and is of height @height and width @width.\n"
"\n"
"* If @range is neither a reference nor a range, OFFSET returns #VALUE!.\n"
"* If either @height or @width is omitted, the height or width of the "
"reference is used.\n"
+"* If either @height or @width is omitted, the height or width of the reference is used.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 9439,26 +7875,22 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=OFFSET\n"
"@SYNTAX=OFFSET(range,row,col[,height[,width]])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=OFFSET function returns a cell range. The cell range starts at "
"offset (@row,@col) from @range, and is of height @height and width @width.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=OFFSET function returns a cell range. The cell range starts at offset (@row,@col) from @range, and is of height @height and width @width.\n"
"\n"
"* If @range is neither a reference nor a range, OFFSET returns #VALUE!.\n"
"* If either @height or @width is omitted, the height or width of the "
"reference is used.\n"
+"* If either @height or @width is omitted, the height or width of the reference is used.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COLUMN,COLUMNS,ROWS,INDEX,INDIRECT,ADDRESS"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1108
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1109
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ROW\n"
"@SYNTAX=ROW([reference])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROW function returns an array of the row numbers taking a "
"default argument of the containing cell position.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ROW function returns an array of the row numbers taking a default argument of the containing cell position.\n"
"\n"
"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, ROW returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, ROW returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"ROW() in G13 equals 13.\n"
@@ 9467,26 +7899,22 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ROW\n"
"@SYNTAX=ROW([reference])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROW function returns an array of the row numbers taking a "
"default argument of the containing cell position.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ROW function returns an array of the row numbers taking a default argument of the containing cell position.\n"
"\n"
"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, ROW returns "
"#VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, ROW returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"ROW() in G13 equals 13.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COLUMN,COLUMNS,ROWS"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1164
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1166
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ROWS\n"
"@SYNTAX=ROWS(reference)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROWS function returns the number of rows in area or array "
"reference.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ROWS function returns the number of rows in area or array reference.\n"
"\n"
"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, ROWS "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, ROWS returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"ROWS(H7:I13) equals 7.\n"
@@ 9495,23 +7923,20 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ROWS\n"
"@SYNTAX=ROWS(reference)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROWS function returns the number of rows in area or array "
"reference.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ROWS function returns the number of rows in area or array reference.\n"
"\n"
"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, ROWS "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, ROWS returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"ROWS(H7:I13) equals 7.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COLUMN,COLUMNS,ROW"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1192
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1194
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=HYPERLINK\n"
"@SYNTAX=HYPERLINK(link_location[,optional_label])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HYPERLINK function currently returns its 2nd argument, or if "
"that is omitted the 1st argument.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HYPERLINK function currently returns its 2nd argument, or if that is omitted the 1st argument.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"HYPERLINK(\"www.gnome.org\",\"GNOME\").\n"
@@ 9520,15 +7945,14 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=HYPERLINK\n"
"@SYNTAX=HYPERLINK(link_location[,optional_label])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HYPERLINK function currently returns its 2nd argument, or if "
"that is omitted the 1st argument.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HYPERLINK function currently returns its 2nd argument, or if that is omitted the 1st argument.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"HYPERLINK(\"www.gnome.org\",\"GNOME\").\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1220
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1222
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TRANSPOSE\n"
"@SYNTAX=TRANSPOSE(matrix)\n"
@@ 9546,7 +7970,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MMULT"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:91
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:77
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=GCD\n"
"@SYNTAX=GCD(number1,number2,...)\n"
@@ 9576,69 +8000,61 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LCM"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:146
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:148
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LCM\n"
"@SYNTAX=LCM(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LCM returns the least common multiple of integers. The least "
"common multiple is the smallest positive number that is a multiple of all "
"integer arguments given.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LCM returns the least common multiple of integers. The least common multiple is the smallest positive number that is a multiple of all integer arguments given.\n"
"\n"
"* If any of the arguments is less than one, LCM returns #NUM!.\n"
"* If any of the arguments is noninteger, it is truncated.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"LCM(2,13) equals to 26.\n"
"LCM(4,7,5) equals to 140.\n"
+"LCM(2,13) equals 26.\n"
+"LCM(4,7,5) equals 140.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=GCD"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LCM\n"
"@SYNTAX=LCM(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LCM returns the least common multiple of integers. The least "
"common multiple is the smallest positive number that is a multiple of all "
"integer arguments given.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LCM returns the least common multiple of integers. The least common multiple is the smallest positive number that is a multiple of all integer arguments given.\n"
"\n"
"* If any of the arguments is less than one, LCM returns #NUM!.\n"
"* If any of the arguments is noninteger, it is truncated.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"LCM(2,13) equals to 26.\n"
"LCM(4,7,5) equals to 140.\n"
+"LCM(2,13) equals 26.\n"
+"LCM(4,7,5) equals 140.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=GCD"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:206
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:218
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=HYPOT\n"
"@SYNTAX=HYPOT(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HYPOT returns the square root of the sum of the squares of the "
"arguments.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HYPOT returns the square root of the sum of the squares of the arguments.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"HYPOT(3,4) equals to 5.\n"
+"HYPOT(3,4) equals 5.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MIN,MAX"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=HYPOT\n"
"@SYNTAX=HYPOT(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HYPOT returns the square root of the sum of the squares of the "
"arguments.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HYPOT returns the square root of the sum of the squares of the arguments.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"HYPOT(3,4) equals to 5.\n"
+"HYPOT(3,4) equals 5.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MIN,MAX"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:236
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:248
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ABS\n"
"@SYNTAX=ABS(b1)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ABS implements the Absolute Value function: the result is to "
"drop the negative sign (if present). This can be done for integers and "
"floating point numbers.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ABS implements the Absolute Value function: the result is to drop the negative sign (if present). This can be done for integers and floating point numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 9650,9 +8066,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ABS\n"
"@SYNTAX=ABS(b1)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ABS implements the Absolute Value function: the result is to "
"drop the negative sign (if present). This can be done for integers and "
"floating point numbers.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ABS implements the Absolute Value function: the result is to drop the negative sign (if present). This can be done for integers and floating point numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 9662,12 +8076,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CEIL, CEILING, FLOOR, INT, MOD"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:264
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:276
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ACOS\n"
"@SYNTAX=ACOS(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ACOS function calculates the arc cosine of @x; that is the "
"value whose cosine is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ACOS function calculates the arc cosine of @x; that is the value whose cosine is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* The value it returns is in radians.\n"
"* If @x falls outside the range 1 to 1, ACOS returns the #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 9681,8 +8094,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ACOS\n"
"@SYNTAX=ACOS(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ACOS function calculates the arc cosine of @x; that is the "
"value whose cosine is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ACOS function calculates the arc cosine of @x; that is the value whose cosine is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* The value it returns is in radians.\n"
"* If @x falls outside the range 1 to 1, ACOS returns the #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 9694,12 +8106,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COS, SIN, DEGREES, RADIANS"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:301
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:312
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ACOSH\n"
"@SYNTAX=ACOSH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ACOSH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic cosine of "
"@x; that is the value whose hyperbolic cosine is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ACOSH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic cosine of @x; that is the value whose hyperbolic cosine is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x is less than 1.0, ACOSH() returns the #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 9712,8 +8123,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ACOSH\n"
"@SYNTAX=ACOSH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ACOSH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic cosine of "
"@x; that is the value whose hyperbolic cosine is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ACOSH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic cosine of @x; that is the value whose hyperbolic cosine is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x is less than 1.0, ACOSH() returns the #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 9724,12 +8134,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ACOS, ASINH, DEGREES, RADIANS "
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:337
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:347
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ASIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=ASIN(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ASIN function calculates the arc sine of @x; that is the value "
"whose sine is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ASIN function calculates the arc sine of @x; that is the value whose sine is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x falls outside the range 1 to 1, ASIN returns the #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 9742,8 +8151,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ASIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=ASIN(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ASIN function calculates the arc sine of @x; that is the value "
"whose sine is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ASIN function calculates the arc sine of @x; that is the value whose sine is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x falls outside the range 1 to 1, ASIN returns the #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 9754,12 +8162,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SIN, COS, ASINH, DEGREES, RADIANS"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:373
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:382
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ASINH\n"
"@SYNTAX=ASINH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ASINH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic sine of @x; "
"that is the value whose hyperbolic sine is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ASINH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic sine of @x; that is the value whose hyperbolic sine is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 9771,8 +8178,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ASINH\n"
"@SYNTAX=ASINH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ASINH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic sine of @x; "
"that is the value whose hyperbolic sine is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ASINH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic sine of @x; that is the value whose hyperbolic sine is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 9782,12 +8188,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ASIN, ACOSH, SIN, COS, DEGREES, RADIANS"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:400
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:409
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ATAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=ATAN(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ATAN function calculates the arc tangent of @x; that is the "
"value whose tangent is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ATAN function calculates the arc tangent of @x; that is the value whose tangent is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* Return value is in radians.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 9800,8 +8205,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ATAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=ATAN(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ATAN function calculates the arc tangent of @x; that is the "
"value whose tangent is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ATAN function calculates the arc tangent of @x; that is the value whose tangent is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* Return value is in radians.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 9812,15 +8216,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TAN, COS, SIN, DEGREES, RADIANS"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:428
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:437
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ATANH\n"
"@SYNTAX=ATANH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ATANH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic tangent of @x; "
"that is the value whose hyperbolic tangent is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ATANH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic tangent of @x; that is the value whose hyperbolic tangent is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If the absolute value of @x is greater than 1.0, ATANH returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If the absolute value of @x is greater than 1.0, ATANH returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 9831,11 +8233,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ATANH\n"
"@SYNTAX=ATANH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ATANH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic tangent of @x; "
"that is the value whose hyperbolic tangent is @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ATANH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic tangent of @x; that is the value whose hyperbolic tangent is @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If the absolute value of @x is greater than 1.0, ATANH returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If the absolute value of @x is greater than 1.0, ATANH returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 9844,14 +8244,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ATAN, TAN, SIN, COS, DEGREES, RADIANS"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:464
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:472
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ATAN2\n"
"@SYNTAX=ATAN2(b1,b2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ATAN2 function calculates the arc tangent of the two variables "
"@b1 and @b2. It is similar to calculating the arc tangent of @b2 / @b1, "
"except that the signs of both arguments are used to determine the quadrant "
"of the result.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ATAN2 function calculates the arc tangent of the two variables @b1 and @b2. It is similar to calculating the arc tangent of @b2 / @b1, except that the signs of both arguments are used to determine the quadrant of the result.\n"
"\n"
"* The result is in radians.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 9864,10 +8261,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ATAN2\n"
"@SYNTAX=ATAN2(b1,b2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ATAN2 function calculates the arc tangent of the two variables "
"@b1 and @b2. It is similar to calculating the arc tangent of @b2 / @b1, "
"except that the signs of both arguments are used to determine the quadrant "
"of the result.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ATAN2 function calculates the arc tangent of the two variables @b1 and @b2. It is similar to calculating the arc tangent of @b2 / @b1, except that the signs of both arguments are used to determine the quadrant of the result.\n"
"\n"
"* The result is in radians.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 9878,7 +8272,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ATAN, ATANH, COS, SIN, DEGREES, RADIANS"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:495
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:508
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CEIL\n"
"@SYNTAX=CEIL(x)\n"
@@ 9904,18 +8298,16 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CEILING, FLOOR, ABS, INT, MOD"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:522
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:534
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COUNTIF\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUNTIF(range,criteria)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUNTIF function counts the number of cells in the given @range "
"that meet the given @criteria.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUNTIF function counts the number of cells in the given @range that meet the given @criteria.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, "
"and 39. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"COUNTIF(A1:A5,\"<=28\") equals 3.\n"
"COUNTIF(A1:A5,\"<28\") equals 2.\n"
"COUNTIF(A1:A5,\"28\") equals 1.\n"
@@ 9925,14 +8317,12 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COUNTIF\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUNTIF(range,criteria)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUNTIF function counts the number of cells in the given @range "
"that meet the given @criteria.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUNTIF function counts the number of cells in the given @range that meet the given @criteria.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, "
"and 39. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"COUNTIF(A1:A5,\"<=28\") equals 3.\n"
"COUNTIF(A1:A5,\"<28\") equals 2.\n"
"COUNTIF(A1:A5,\"28\") equals 1.\n"
@@ 9940,54 +8330,43 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COUNT,SUMIF"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:601
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:612
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMIF\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMIF(range,criteria[,actual_range])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMIF function sums the values in the given @range that meet "
"the given @criteria. If @actual_range is given, SUMIF sums the values in "
"the @actual_range whose corresponding components in @range meet the given "
"@criteria.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMIF function sums the values in the given @range that meet the given @criteria. If @actual_range is given, SUMIF sums the values in the @actual_range whose corresponding components in @range meet the given @criteria.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, "
"and 39. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"SUMIF(A1:A5,\"<=28\") equals 78.\n"
"SUMIF(A1:A5,\"<28\") equals 50.\n"
"In addition, if the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 5, 3, 2, 6, and 7 "
"then:\n"
+"In addition, if the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 5, 3, 2, 6, and 7 then:\n"
"SUMIF(A1:A5,\"<=27\",B1:B5) equals 8.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COUNTIF, SUM"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMIF\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMIF(range,criteria[,actual_range])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMIF function sums the values in the given @range that meet "
"the given @criteria. If @actual_range is given, SUMIF sums the values in "
"the @actual_range whose corresponding components in @range meet the given "
"@criteria.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMIF function sums the values in the given @range that meet the given @criteria. If @actual_range is given, SUMIF sums the values in the @actual_range whose corresponding components in @range meet the given @criteria.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, "
"and 39. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"SUMIF(A1:A5,\"<=28\") equals 78.\n"
"SUMIF(A1:A5,\"<28\") equals 50.\n"
"In addition, if the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 5, 3, 2, 6, and 7 "
"then:\n"
+"In addition, if the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 5, 3, 2, 6, and 7 then:\n"
"SUMIF(A1:A5,\"<=27\",B1:B5) equals 8.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COUNTIF, SUM"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:722
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:736
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CEILING\n"
"@SYNTAX=CEILING(x[,significance])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CEILING function rounds @x up to the nearest multiple of "
"@significance.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CEILING function rounds @x up to the nearest multiple of @significance.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x or @significance is nonnumeric CEILING returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* If @x and @significance have different signs CEILING returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 10001,8 +8380,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CEILING\n"
"@SYNTAX=CEILING(x,significance)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CEILING function rounds @x up to the nearest multiple of "
"@significance.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CEILING function rounds @x up to the nearest multiple of @significance.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x or @significance is nonnumeric CEILING returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* If @x and @significance have different signs CEILING returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 10014,12 +8392,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CEIL, FLOOR, ABS, INT, MOD"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:772
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:777
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COS\n"
"@SYNTAX=COS(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COS function returns the cosine of @x, where @x is given in "
"radians.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COS function returns the cosine of @x, where @x is given in radians.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10031,8 +8408,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COS\n"
"@SYNTAX=COS(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COS function returns the cosine of @x, where @x is given in "
"radians.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COS function returns the cosine of @x, where @x is given in radians.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10042,12 +8418,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COSH, SIN, SINH, TAN, TANH, RADIANS, DEGREES"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:799
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:804
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COSH\n"
"@SYNTAX=COSH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COSH function returns the hyperbolic cosine of @x, which is "
"defined mathematically as\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COSH function returns the hyperbolic cosine of @x, which is defined mathematically as\n"
"\n"
"\t(exp(@x) + exp(@x)) / 2.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10062,8 +8437,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COSH\n"
"@SYNTAX=COSH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COSH function returns the hyperbolic cosine of @x, which is "
"defined mathematically as\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COSH function returns the hyperbolic cosine of @x, which is defined mathematically as\n"
"\n"
"\t(exp(@x) + exp(@x)) / 2.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10076,12 +8450,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COS, SIN, SINH, TAN, TANH, RADIANS, DEGREES, EXP"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:827
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:832
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DEGREES\n"
"@SYNTAX=DEGREES(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DEGREES computes the number of degrees equivalent to @x "
"radians.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DEGREES computes the number of degrees equivalent to @x radians.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10092,8 +8465,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DEGREES\n"
"@SYNTAX=DEGREES(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DEGREES computes the number of degrees equivalent to @x "
"radians.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DEGREES computes the number of degrees equivalent to @x radians.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10102,12 +8474,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RADIANS, PI"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:854
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:859
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EXP\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXP(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXP computes the value of e (the base of natural logarithms) "
"raised to the power of @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXP computes the value of e (the base of natural logarithms) raised to the power of @x.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10118,8 +8489,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EXP\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXP(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXP computes the value of e (the base of natural logarithms) "
"raised to the power of @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXP computes the value of e (the base of natural logarithms) raised to the power of @x.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10128,12 +8498,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LOG, LOG2, LOG10"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:880
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:885
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EXPM1\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXPM1(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXPM1 computes EXP(@x)1 with higher resulting precision than "
"the direct formula.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXPM1 computes EXP(@x)1 with higher resulting precision than the direct formula.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"EXPM1(0.01) equals 0.01005.\n"
@@ 10142,15 +8511,14 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EXPM1\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXPM1(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXPM1 computes EXP(@x)1 with higher resulting precision than "
"the direct formula.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXPM1 computes EXP(@x)1 with higher resulting precision than the direct formula.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"EXPM1(0.01) equals 0.01005.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=EXP, LN1P"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:904
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:909
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FACT\n"
"@SYNTAX=FACT(x)\n"
@@ 10176,15 +8544,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:944
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:949
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BETA\n"
"@SYNTAX=BETA(a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BETA function returns the value of the mathematic beta function "
"extended to all real numbers except 0 and negative integers.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BETA function returns the value of the mathematical beta function extended to all real numbers except 0 and negative integers.\n"
"\n"
"* If @a, @b, or (@a + @b) are nonpositive integers, BETA returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @a, @b, or (@a + @b) are nonpositive integers, BETA returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"BETA(2,3) equals 0.083333.\n"
@@ 10194,11 +8560,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BETA\n"
"@SYNTAX=BETA(a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BETA function returns the value of the mathematic beta function "
"extended to all real numbers except 0 and negative integers.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BETA function returns the value of the mathematical beta function extended to all real numbers except 0 and negative integers.\n"
"\n"
"* If @a, @b, or (@a + @b) are nonpositive integers, BETA returns #NUM! "
"error.\n"
+"* If @a, @b, or (@a + @b) are nonpositive integers, BETA returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"BETA(2,3) equals 0.083333.\n"
@@ 10206,12 +8570,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BETALN,GAMMALN"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:977
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:982
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BETALN\n"
"@SYNTAX=BETALN(a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BETALN function returns the natural logarithm of the absolute "
"value of the beta function.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BETALN function returns the natural logarithm of the absolute value of the beta function.\n"
"\n"
"* If @a, @b, or (@a + @b) are nonpositive integers, BETALN returns #NUM! \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 10222,8 +8585,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BETALN\n"
"@SYNTAX=BETALN(a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BETALN function returns the natural logarithm of the absolute "
"value of the beta function.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BETALN function returns the natural logarithm of the absolute value of the beta function.\n"
"\n"
"* If @a, @b, or (@a + @b) are nonpositive integers, BETALN returns #NUM! \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 10232,14 +8594,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BETA,GAMMALN"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1009
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1014
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COMBIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=COMBIN(n,k)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COMBIN computes the number of combinations.\n"
"\n"
"* Performing this function on a noninteger or a negative number returns "
"#NUM! error.\n"
+"* Performing this function on a noninteger or a negative number returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @n is less than @k COMBIN returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10253,8 +8614,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=COMBIN(n,k)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COMBIN computes the number of combinations.\n"
"\n"
"* Performing this function on a noninteger or a negative number returns "
"#NUM! error.\n"
+"* Performing this function on a noninteger or a negative number returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @n is less than @k COMBIN returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10264,12 +8624,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1045
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1050
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FLOOR\n"
"@SYNTAX=FLOOR(x[,significance])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FLOOR function rounds @x down to the next nearest multiple of "
"@significance.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FLOOR function rounds @x down to the next nearest multiple of @significance.\n"
"\n"
"* @significance defaults to 1.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 10284,8 +8643,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FLOOR\n"
"@SYNTAX=FLOOR(x[,significance])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FLOOR function rounds @x down to the next nearest multiple of "
"@significance.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FLOOR function rounds @x down to the next nearest multiple of @significance.\n"
"\n"
"* @significance defaults to 1.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 10302,8 +8660,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=INT\n"
"@SYNTAX=INT(a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INT function returns the largest integer that is not bigger "
"than its argument.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INT function returns the largest integer that is not bigger than its argument.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10315,8 +8672,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=INT\n"
"@SYNTAX=INT(a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INT function returns the largest integer that is not bigger "
"than its argument.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INT function returns the largest integer that is not bigger than its argument.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10330,9 +8686,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LOG\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOG(x[,base])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOG computes the logarithm of @x in the given base @base. If "
"no @base is given LOG returns the logarithm in base 10. @base must be > 0. "
"and cannot equal 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOG computes the logarithm of @x in the given base @base. If no @base is given LOG returns the logarithm in base 10. @base must be > 0. and cannot equal 1.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10344,9 +8698,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LOG\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOG(x[,base])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOG computes the logarithm of @x in the given base @base. If "
"no @base is given LOG returns the logarithm in base 10. @base must be > 0. "
"and cannot equal 1.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOG computes the logarithm of @x in the given base @base. If no @base is given LOG returns the logarithm in base 10. @base must be > 0. and cannot equal 1.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10386,8 +8738,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LN1P\n"
"@SYNTAX=LN1P(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LN1P computes LN(1+@x) with higher resulting precision than the "
"direct formula.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LN1P computes LN(1+@x) with higher resulting precision than the direct formula.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x <= 1, LN1P returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10398,8 +8749,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LN1P\n"
"@SYNTAX=LN1P(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LN1P computes LN(1+@x) with higher resulting precision than the "
"direct formula.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LN1P computes LN(1+@x) with higher resulting precision than the direct formula.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x <= 1, LN1P returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10415,7 +8765,7 @@ msgid ""
"@DESCRIPTION=POWER returns the value of @x raised to the power @y.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"* If both @x and @y equals to 0, POWER returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If both @x and @y equal 0, POWER returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @x = 0 and @y < 0, POWER returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* If @x < 0 and @y is noninteger, POWER returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 10431,7 +8781,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@DESCRIPTION=POWER returns the value of @x raised to the power @y.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"* If both @x and @y equals to 0, POWER returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If both @x and @y equal 0, POWER returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @x = 0 and @y < 0, POWER returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* If @x < 0 and @y is noninteger, POWER returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 10466,7 +8816,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=EXP, LOG10, LOG"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1289
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1290
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LOG10\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOG10(x)\n"
@@ 10496,8 +8846,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MOD\n"
"@SYNTAX=MOD(number,divisor)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MOD function returns the remainder when @divisor is divided "
"into @number.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MOD function returns the remainder when @divisor is divided into @number.\n"
"\n"
"* MOD returns #DIV/0! if @divisor is zero.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 10509,8 +8858,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MOD\n"
"@SYNTAX=MOD(number,divisor)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MOD function returns the remainder when @divisor is divided "
"into @number.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MOD function returns the remainder when @divisor is divided into @number.\n"
"\n"
"* MOD returns #DIV/0! if @divisor is zero.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 10520,12 +8868,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CEIL, CEILING, FLOOR, ABS, INT, ABS"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1375
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1374
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RADIANS\n"
"@SYNTAX=RADIANS(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RADIANS computes the number of radians equivalent to @x "
"degrees.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RADIANS computes the number of radians equivalent to @x degrees.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10536,8 +8883,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RADIANS\n"
"@SYNTAX=RADIANS(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RADIANS computes the number of radians equivalent to @x "
"degrees.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RADIANS computes the number of radians equivalent to @x degrees.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10546,12 +8892,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PI,DEGREES"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1402
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1401
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=SIN(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SIN function returns the sine of @x, where @x is given in "
"radians.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SIN function returns the sine of @x, where @x is given in radians.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10562,8 +8907,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=SIN(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SIN function returns the sine of @x, where @x is given in "
"radians.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SIN function returns the sine of @x, where @x is given in radians.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10572,12 +8916,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COS, COSH, SINH, TAN, TANH, RADIANS, DEGREES"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1428
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1427
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SINH\n"
"@SYNTAX=SINH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SINH function returns the hyperbolic sine of @x, which is "
"defined mathematically as\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SINH function returns the hyperbolic sine of @x, which is defined mathematically as\n"
"\n"
"\t(exp(@x)  exp(@x)) / 2.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10590,8 +8933,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SINH\n"
"@SYNTAX=SINH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SINH function returns the hyperbolic sine of @x, which is "
"defined mathematically as\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SINH function returns the hyperbolic sine of @x, which is defined mathematically as\n"
"\n"
"\t(exp(@x)  exp(@x)) / 2.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10602,7 +8944,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SIN, COS, COSH, TAN, TANH, DEGREES, RADIANS, EXP"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1455
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1454
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SQRT\n"
"@SYNTAX=SQRT(x)\n"
@@ 10628,74 +8970,59 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=POWER"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1486
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1485
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMA\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMA(value1, value2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMA computes the sum of all the values and cells referenced in "
"the argument list. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the "
"calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to "
"FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, "
"it is counted as one (1).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMA computes the sum of all the values and cells referenced in the argument list. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1).\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, and 43. Then\n"
"SUMA(A1:A5) equals 107.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE, SUM, COUNT"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMA\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMA(value1, value2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMA computes the sum of all the values and cells referenced in "
"the argument list. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the "
"calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to "
"FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, "
"it is counted as one (1).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMA computes the sum of all the values and cells referenced in the argument list. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1).\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, and 43. Then\n"
"SUMA(A1:A5) equals 107.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE, SUM, COUNT"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1521
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1520
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMSQ\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMSQ(value1, value2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMSQ returns the sum of the squares of all the values and "
"cells referenced in the argument list.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMSQ returns the sum of the squares of all the values and cells referenced in the argument list.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, and 43. Then\n"
"SUMSQ(A1:A5) equals 2925.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUM, COUNT"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMSQ\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMSQ(value1, value2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMSQ returns the sum of the squares of all the values and "
"cells referenced in the argument list.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMSQ returns the sum of the squares of all the values and cells referenced in the argument list.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, and 43. Then\n"
"SUMSQ(A1:A5) equals 2925.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUM, COUNT"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1555
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1554
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MULTINOMIAL\n"
"@SYNTAX=MULTINOMIAL(value1, value2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MULTINOMIAL returns the ratio of the factorial of a sum of "
"values to the product of factorials.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MULTINOMIAL returns the ratio of the factorial of a sum of values to the product of factorials.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
@@ 10706,8 +9033,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MULTINOMIAL\n"
"@SYNTAX=MULTINOMIAL(value1, value2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MULTINOMIAL returns the ratio of the factorial of a sum of "
"values to the product of factorials.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MULTINOMIAL returns the ratio of the factorial of a sum of values to the product of factorials.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
@@ 10716,12 +9042,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUM"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1587
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1586
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=G_PRODUCT\n"
"@SYNTAX=G_PRODUCT(value1, value2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=G_PRODUCT returns the product of all the values and cells "
"referenced in the argument list.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=G_PRODUCT returns the product of all the values and cells referenced in the argument list.\n"
"\n"
"* Empty cells are ignored and the empty product is 1.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10732,8 +9057,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=G_PRODUCT\n"
"@SYNTAX=G_PRODUCT(value1, value2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=G_PRODUCT returns the product of all the values and cells "
"referenced in the argument list.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=G_PRODUCT returns the product of all the values and cells referenced in the argument list.\n"
"\n"
"* Empty cells are ignored and the empty product is 1.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10742,12 +9066,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUM, COUNT"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1618
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1617
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=TAN(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TAN function returns the tangent of @x, where @x is given in "
"radians.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TAN function returns the tangent of @x, where @x is given in radians.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10758,8 +9081,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=TAN(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TAN function returns the tangent of @x, where @x is given in "
"radians.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TAN function returns the tangent of @x, where @x is given in radians.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 10768,12 +9090,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TANH, COS, COSH, SIN, SINH, DEGREES, RADIANS"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1644
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1643
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TANH\n"
"@SYNTAX=TANH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TANH function returns the hyperbolic tangent of @x, which is "
"defined mathematically as \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TANH function returns the hyperbolic tangent of @x, which is defined mathematically as \n"
"\n"
"\tsinh(@x) / cosh(@x).\n"
"\n"
@@ 10786,8 +9107,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TANH\n"
"@SYNTAX=TANH(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TANH function returns the hyperbolic tangent of @x, which is "
"defined mathematically as \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TANH function returns the hyperbolic tangent of @x, which is defined mathematically as \n"
"\n"
"\tsinh(@x) / cosh(@x).\n"
"\n"
@@ 10798,15 +9118,14 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TAN, SIN, SINH, COS, COSH, DEGREES, RADIANS"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1670
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1669
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PI\n"
"@SYNTAX=PI()\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PI functions returns the value of pi.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is called with no arguments.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible, except that it returns pi with a better "
"precision.\n"
+"* This function is Excel compatible, except that it returns pi with a better precision.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"PI() equals about 3.141593.\n"
@@ 10818,20 +9137,18 @@ msgstr ""
"@DESCRIPTION=PI functions returns the value of pi.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is called with no arguments.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible, except that it returns pi with a better "
"precision.\n"
+"* This function is Excel compatible, except that it returns pi with a better precision.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"PI() equals about 3.141593.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SQRTPI"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1698
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1697
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TRUNC\n"
"@SYNTAX=TRUNC(number[,digits])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TRUNC function returns the value of @number truncated to the "
"number of digits specified.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TRUNC function returns the value of @number truncated to the number of digits specified.\n"
"\n"
"* If @digits is omitted or negative then @digits defaults to zero.\n"
"* If @digits is not an integer, it is truncated.\n"
@@ 10845,8 +9162,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TRUNC\n"
"@SYNTAX=TRUNC(number[,digits])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TRUNC function returns the value of @number truncated to the "
"number of digits specified.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TRUNC function returns the value of @number truncated to the number of digits specified.\n"
"\n"
"* If @digits is omitted or negative then @digits defaults to zero.\n"
"* If @digits is not an integer, it is truncated.\n"
@@ 10858,12 +9174,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=INT"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1737
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1743
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EVEN\n"
"@SYNTAX=EVEN(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EVEN function returns the number rounded up to the nearest even "
"integer. Negative numbers are rounded down.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EVEN function returns the number rounded up to the nearest even integer. Negative numbers are rounded down.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
@@ 10875,8 +9190,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EVEN\n"
"@SYNTAX=EVEN(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EVEN function returns the number rounded up to the nearest even "
"integer.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EVEN function returns the number rounded up to the nearest even integer.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
@@ 10885,12 +9199,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ODD"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1779
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1787
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ODD\n"
"@SYNTAX=ODD(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ODD function returns the @number rounded up to the nearest odd "
"integer. Negative numbers are rounded down.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ODD function returns the @number rounded up to the nearest odd integer. Negative numbers are rounded down.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
@@ 10902,8 +9215,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ODD\n"
"@SYNTAX=ODD(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ODD function returns the @number rounded up to the nearest odd "
"integer.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ODD function returns the @number rounded up to the nearest odd integer.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
@@ 10912,12 +9224,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=EVEN"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1821
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1831
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FACTDOUBLE\n"
"@SYNTAX=FACTDOUBLE(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FACTDOUBLE function returns the double factorial of a @number, "
"i.e., x!!.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FACTDOUBLE function returns the double factorial of a @number, i.e., x!!.\n"
"\n"
"* If @number is not an integer, it is truncated.\n"
"* If @number is negative FACTDOUBLE returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 10930,8 +9241,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FACTDOUBLE\n"
"@SYNTAX=FACTDOUBLE(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FACTDOUBLE function returns the double factorial of a @number, "
"i.e., x!!.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FACTDOUBLE function returns the double factorial of a @number, i.e., x!!.\n"
"\n"
"* If @number is not an integer, it is truncated.\n"
"* If @number is negative FACTDOUBLE returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 10942,7 +9252,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FACT"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1862
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1878
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FIB\n"
"@SYNTAX=FIB(number)\n"
@@ 10968,12 +9278,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1913
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1929
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=QUOTIENT\n"
"@SYNTAX=QUOTIENT(numerator,denominator)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=QUOTIENT function returns the integer portion of a division. "
"@numerator is the divided number and @denominator is the divisor.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=QUOTIENT function returns the integer portion of a division. @numerator is the divided number and @denominator is the divisor.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
@@ 10984,8 +9293,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=QUOTIENT\n"
"@SYNTAX=QUOTIENT(numerator,denominator)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=QUOTIENT function returns the integer portion of a division. "
"@numerator is the divided number and @denominator is the divisor.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=QUOTIENT function returns the integer portion of a division. @numerator is the divided number and @denominator is the divisor.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
@@ 10994,12 +9302,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MOD"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1948
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1962
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SIGN\n"
"@SYNTAX=SIGN(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SIGN function returns 1 if the @number is positive, zero if the "
"@number is 0, and 1 if the @number is negative.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SIGN function returns 1 if the @number is positive, zero if the @number is 0, and 1 if the @number is negative.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
@@ 11012,8 +9319,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SIGN\n"
"@SYNTAX=SIGN(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SIGN function returns 1 if the @number is positive, zero if the "
"@number is 0, and 1 if the @number is negative.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SIGN function returns 1 if the @number is positive, zero if the @number is 0, and 1 if the @number is negative.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
" \n"
@@ 11024,12 +9330,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1985
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:1997
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SQRTPI\n"
"@SYNTAX=SQRTPI(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SQRTPI function returns the square root of a @number multiplied "
"by pi.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SQRTPI function returns the square root of a @number multiplied by pi.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 11040,8 +9345,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SQRTPI\n"
"@SYNTAX=SQRTPI(number)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SQRTPI function returns the square root of a @number multiplied "
"by pi.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SQRTPI function returns the square root of a @number multiplied by pi.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 11050,21 +9354,17 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PI"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2017
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2028
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ROUNDDOWN\n"
"@SYNTAX=ROUNDDOWN(number[,digits])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROUNDDOWN function rounds a given @number towards 0.\n"
"\n"
"@number is the number you want rounded toward 0 and @digits is the number of "
"digits to which you want to round that number.\n"
+"@number is the number you want rounded toward 0 and @digits is the number of digits to which you want to round that number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded toward 0 to the given "
"number of digits.\n"
"* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded toward 0 to the next "
"integer.\n"
"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded toward 0 to the left of "
"the decimal point.\n"
+"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded toward 0 to the given number of digits.\n"
+"* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded toward 0 to the next integer.\n"
+"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded toward 0 to the left of the decimal point.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 11077,16 +9377,11 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ROUNDDOWN\n"
"@SYNTAX=ROUNDDOWN(number[,digits])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROUNDDOWN function rounds a given @number down. @number is the "
"number you want rounded down and @digits is the number of digits to which "
"you want to round that number.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ROUNDDOWN function rounds a given @number down. @number is the number you want rounded down and @digits is the number of digits to which you want to round that number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded down to the given "
"number of digits.\n"
"* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded down to the nearest "
"integer.\n"
"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded down to the left of the "
"decimal point.\n"
+"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded down to the given number of digits.\n"
+"* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded down to the nearest integer.\n"
+"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded down to the left of the decimal point.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 11097,20 +9392,17 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ROUND,ROUNDUP"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2066
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2065
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ROUND\n"
"@SYNTAX=ROUND(number[,digits])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROUND function rounds a given number.\n"
"\n"
"@number is the number you want rounded and @digits is the number of digits "
"to which you want to round that number.\n"
+"@number is the number you want rounded and @digits is the number of digits to which you want to round that number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded to the given number of "
"digits.\n"
+"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded to the given number of digits.\n"
"* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded to the nearest integer.\n"
"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded to the left of the "
"decimal point.\n"
+"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded to the left of the decimal point.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 11125,14 +9417,11 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=ROUND(number[,digits])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROUND function rounds a given number.\n"
"\n"
"@number is the number you want rounded and @digits is the number of digits "
"to which you want to round that number.\n"
+"@number is the number you want rounded and @digits is the number of digits to which you want to round that number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded to the given number of "
"digits.\n"
+"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded to the given number of digits.\n"
"* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded to the nearest integer.\n"
"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded to the left of the "
"decimal point.\n"
+"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded to the left of the decimal point.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 11143,21 +9432,17 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ROUNDDOWN,ROUNDUP"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2110
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2119
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ROUNDUP\n"
"@SYNTAX=ROUNDUP(number[,digits])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROUNDUP function rounds a given number away from 0.\n"
"\n"
"@number is the number you want rounded away from 0 and @digits is the number "
"of digits to which you want to round that number.\n"
+"@number is the number you want rounded away from 0 and @digits is the number of digits to which you want to round that number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded away from 0 to the "
"given number of digits.\n"
"* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded away from 0 to the next "
"integer.\n"
"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded away from 0 to the left "
"of the decimal point.\n"
+"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded away from 0 to the given number of digits.\n"
+"* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded away from 0 to the next integer.\n"
+"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded away from 0 to the left of the decimal point.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 11172,15 +9457,11 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=ROUNDUP(number[,digits])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROUNDUP function rounds a given number up.\n"
"\n"
"@number is the number you want rounded up and @digits is the number of "
"digits to which you want to round that number.\n"
+"@number is the number you want rounded up and @digits is the number of digits to which you want to round that number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded up to the given number "
"of digits.\n"
"* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded up to the nearest "
"integer.\n"
"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded up to the left of the "
"decimal point.\n"
+"* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded up to the given number of digits.\n"
+"* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded up to the nearest integer.\n"
+"* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded up to the left of the decimal point.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 11191,14 +9472,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ROUND,ROUNDDOWN"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2160
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2180
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MROUND\n"
"@SYNTAX=MROUND(number,multiple)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MROUND function rounds a given number to the desired multiple.\n"
"\n"
"@number is the number you want rounded and @multiple is the the multiple to "
"which you want to round the number.\n"
+"@number is the number you want rounded and @multiple is the the multiple to which you want to round the number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @number and @multiple have different sign, MROUND returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 11213,8 +9493,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=MROUND(number,multiple)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MROUND function rounds a given number to the desired multiple.\n"
"\n"
"@number is the number you want rounded and @multiple is the the multiple to "
"which you want to round the number.\n"
+"@number is the number you want rounded and @multiple is the the multiple to which you want to round the number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @number and @multiple have different sign, MROUND returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 11225,17 +9504,14 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=ROUNDDOWN,ROUND,ROUNDUP"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2217
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2237
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ROMAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=ROMAN(number[,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROMAN function returns an arabic number in the roman numeral "
"style, as text. @number is the number you want to convert and @type is the "
"type of roman numeral you want.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ROMAN function returns an arabic number in the roman numeral style, as text. @number is the number you want to convert and @type is the type of roman numeral you want.\n"
"\n"
"* If @type is 0 or it is omitted, ROMAN returns classic roman numbers.\n"
"* Type 1 is more concise than classic type, type 2 is more concise than type "
"1, and type 3 is more concise than type 2. Type 4 is simplified type.\n"
+"* Type 1 is more concise than classic type, type 2 is more concise than type 1, and type 3 is more concise than type 2. Type 4 is simplified type.\n"
"* If @number is negative or greater than 3999, ROMAN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 11250,13 +9526,10 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ROMAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=ROMAN(number[,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ROMAN function returns an arabic number in the roman numeral "
"style, as text. @number is the number you want to convert and @type is the "
"type of roman numeral you want.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ROMAN function returns an arabic number in the roman numeral style, as text. @number is the number you want to convert and @type is the type of roman numeral you want.\n"
"\n"
"* If @type is 0 or it is omitted, ROMAN returns classic roman numbers.\n"
"* Type 1 is more concise than classic type, type 2 is more concise than type "
"1, and type 3 is more concise than type 2. Type 4 is simplified type.\n"
+"* Type 1 is more concise than classic type, type 2 is more concise than type 1, and type 3 is more concise than type 2. Type 4 is simplified type.\n"
"* If @number is negative or greater than 3999, ROMAN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 11269,175 +9542,130 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2486
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2502
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMX2MY2\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMX2MY2(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMX2MY2 function returns the sum of the difference of squares "
"of corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range "
"of data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The "
"equation of SUMX2MY2 is SUM (x^2y^2).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMX2MY2 function returns the sum of the difference of squares of corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The equation of SUMX2MY2 is SUM (x^2y^2).\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMX2MY2 "
"returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMX2MY2 returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. "
"Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"SUMX2MY2(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 1299.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUMSQ,SUMX2PY2"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMX2MY2\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMX2MY2(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMX2MY2 function returns the sum of the difference of squares "
"of corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range "
"of data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The "
"equation of SUMX2MY2 is SUM (x^2y^2).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMX2MY2 function returns the sum of the difference of squares of corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The equation of SUMX2MY2 is SUM (x^2y^2).\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMX2MY2 "
"returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMX2MY2 returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. "
"Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"SUMX2MY2(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 1299.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUMSQ,SUMX2PY2"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2603
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2619
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMX2PY2\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMX2PY2(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMX2PY2 function returns the sum of the sum of squares of "
"corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of "
"data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The "
"equation of SUMX2PY2 is SUM (x^2+y^2).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMX2PY2 function returns the sum of the sum of squares of corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The equation of SUMX2PY2 is SUM (x^2+y^2).\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMX2PY2 "
"returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMX2PY2 returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. "
"Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"SUMX2PY2(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 7149.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUMSQ,SUMX2MY2"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMX2PY2\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMX2PY2(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMX2PY2 function returns the sum of the sum of squares of "
"corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of "
"data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The "
"equation of SUMX2PY2 is SUM (x^2+y^2).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMX2PY2 function returns the sum of the sum of squares of corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The equation of SUMX2PY2 is SUM (x^2+y^2).\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMX2PY2 "
"returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMX2PY2 returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. "
"Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"SUMX2PY2(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 7149.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUMSQ,SUMX2MY2"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2717
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2733
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMXMY2\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMXMY2(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMXMY2 function returns the sum of squares of differences of "
"corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of "
"data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The "
"equation of SUMXMY2 is SUM (xy)^2.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMXMY2 function returns the sum of squares of differences of corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The equation of SUMXMY2 is SUM (xy)^2.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMXMY2 "
"returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMXMY2 returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. "
"Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"SUMXMY2(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 409.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUMSQ,SUMX2MY2,SUMX2PY2"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMXMY2\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMXMY2(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMXMY2 function returns the sum of squares of differences of "
"corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of "
"data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The "
"equation of SUMXMY2 is SUM (xy)^2.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUMXMY2 function returns the sum of squares of differences of corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The equation of SUMXMY2 is SUM (xy)^2.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMXMY2 "
"returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMXMY2 returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. "
"Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"SUMXMY2(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 409.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUMSQ,SUMX2MY2,SUMX2PY2"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2833
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2849
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SERIESSUM\n"
"@SYNTAX=SERIESSUM(x,n,m,coefficients)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SERIESSUM function returns the sum of a power series. @x is "
"the base of the power series, @n is the initial power to raise @x, @m is the "
"increment to the power for each term in the series, and @coefficients are "
"the coefficients by which each successive power of @x is multiplied.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SERIESSUM function returns the sum of a power series. @x is the base of the power series, @n is the initial power to raise @x, @m is the increment to the power for each term in the series, and @coefficients are the coefficients by which each successive power of @x is multiplied.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 1.23, 2.32, "
"2.98, 3.42, and 4.33. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 1.23, 2.32, 2.98, 3.42, and 4.33. Then\n"
"SERIESSUM(3,1,2.23,A1:A5) equals 251416.43018.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COUNT,SUM"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SERIESSUM\n"
"@SYNTAX=SERIESSUM(x,n,m,coefficients)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SERIESSUM function returns the sum of a power series. @x is "
"the base of the power series, @n is the initial power to raise @x, @m is the "
"increment to the power for each term in the series, and @coefficients are "
"the coefficients by which each successive power of @x is multiplied.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SERIESSUM function returns the sum of a power series. @x is the base of the power series, @n is the initial power to raise @x, @m is the increment to the power for each term in the series, and @coefficients are the coefficients by which each successive power of @x is multiplied.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 1.23, 2.32, "
"2.98, 3.42, and 4.33. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 1.23, 2.32, 2.98, 3.42, and 4.33. Then\n"
"SERIESSUM(3,1,2.23,A1:A5) equals 251416.43018.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COUNT,SUM"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2894
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2910
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MINVERSE\n"
"@SYNTAX=MINVERSE(matrix)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MINVERSE function returns the inverse matrix of @matrix.\n"
"\n"
"* If @matrix cannot be inverted, MINVERSE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @matrix does not contain equal number of columns and rows, MINVERSE "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @matrix does not contain equal number of columns and rows, MINVERSE returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 11449,21 +9677,18 @@ msgstr ""
"@DESCRIPTION=MINVERSE function returns the inverse matrix of @matrix.\n"
"\n"
"* If @matrix cannot be inverted, MINVERSE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @matrix does not contain equal number of columns and rows, MINVERSE "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @matrix does not contain equal number of columns and rows, MINVERSE returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MMULT, MDETERM"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3040
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3055
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MMULT\n"
"@SYNTAX=MMULT(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MMULT function returns the matrix product of two arrays. The "
"result is an array with the same number of rows as @array1 and the same "
"number of columns as @array2.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MMULT function returns the matrix product of two arrays. The result is an array with the same number of rows as @array1 and the same number of columns as @array2.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 11473,9 +9698,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MMULT\n"
"@SYNTAX=MMULT(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MMULT function returns the matrix product of two arrays. The "
"result is an array with the same number of rows as @array1 and the same "
"number of columns as @array2.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MMULT function returns the matrix product of two arrays. The result is an array with the same number of rows as @array1 and the same number of columns as @array2.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 11483,20 +9706,17 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TRANSPOSE,MINVERSE"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3119
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3131
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MDETERM\n"
"@SYNTAX=MDETERM(matrix)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MDETERM function returns the determinant of a given matrix.\n"
"\n"
"* If the @matrix does not contain equal number of columns and rows, MDETERM "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If the @matrix does not contain equal number of columns and rows, MDETERM returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that A1, ..., A4 contain numbers 2, 3, 7, and 3, B1, ..., B4 "
"4, 2, 4, and 1, C1, ..., C4 9, 4, 3, and 2, and D1, ..., D4 7, 3, 6, and 5. "
"Then\n"
+"Let us assume that A1, ..., A4 contain numbers 2, 3, 7, and 3, B1, ..., B4 4, 2, 4, and 1, C1, ..., C4 9, 4, 3, and 2, and D1, ..., D4 7, 3, 6, and 5. Then\n"
"MDETERM(A1:D4) equals 148.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MMULT, MINVERSE"
@@ 11505,690 +9725,821 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=MDETERM(matrix)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MDETERM function returns the determinant of a given matrix.\n"
"\n"
"* If the @matrix does not contain equal number of columns and rows, MDETERM "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If the @matrix does not contain equal number of columns and rows, MDETERM returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that A1, ..., A4 contain numbers 2, 3, 7, and 3, B1, ..., B4 "
"4, 2, 4, and 1, C1, ..., C4 9, 4, 3, and 2, and D1, ..., D4 7, 3, 6, and 5. "
"Then\n"
+"Let us assume that A1, ..., A4 contain numbers 2, 3, 7, and 3, B1, ..., B4 4, 2, 4, and 1, C1, ..., C4 9, 4, 3, and 2, and D1, ..., D4 7, 3, 6, and 5. Then\n"
"MDETERM(A1:D4) equals 148.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MMULT, MINVERSE"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3169
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMPRODUCT\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMPRODUCT(range1,range2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMPRODUCT function multiplies corresponding data entries in "
"the given arrays or ranges, and then returns the sum of those products. If "
"an array entry is not numeric, the value zero is used instead.\n"
"\n"
"* If arrays or range arguments do not have the same dimensions, SUMPRODUCT "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. "
"Then\n"
"SUMPRODUCT(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 3370.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUM,PRODUCT"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SUMPRODUCT\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUMPRODUCT(range1,range2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUMPRODUCT function multiplies corresponding data entries in "
"the given arrays or ranges, and then returns the sum of those products. If "
"an array entry is not numeric, the value zero is used instead.\n"
"\n"
"* If arrays or range arguments do not have the same dimensions, SUMPRODUCT "
"returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, "
"and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. "
"Then\n"
"SUMPRODUCT(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 3370.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUM,PRODUCT"
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3180
+msgid "SUMPRODUCT:Multiplies components and adds the results."
+msgstr "SUMPRODUCT:Multiplies components and adds the results."
+
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3182
+msgid "Multiplies corresponding data entries in the given arrays or ranges, and then returns the sum of those products."
+msgstr "Multiplies corresponding data entries in the given arrays or ranges, and then returns the sum of those products."
+
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3185
+msgid "If an entry is not numeric, the value zero is used instead."
+msgstr "If an entry is not numeric, the value zero is used instead."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:18
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3186
+msgid "If arrays or range arguments do not have the same dimensions, return #VALUE! error."
+msgstr "If arrays or range arguments do not have the same dimensions, return #VALUE! error."
+
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3188
+msgid "SUMPRODUCTs arguments are arrays or ranges. Attempting to use A1:A5>0 will not work, implicit intersection will kick in. Instead use (A1:A5>0)"
+msgstr "SUMPRODUCTs arguments are arrays or ranges. Attempting to use A1:A5>0 will not work, implicit intersection will kick in. Instead use (A1:A5>0)"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:19
msgid "R.DNORM:probability density function of the normal distribution."
msgstr "R.DNORM:probability density function of the normal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:19 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:44
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:98 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:123
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:150 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:177
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:202 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:256
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:281 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:335
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:358 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:408
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:433 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:460
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:487 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:510
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:560 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:585
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:639 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:662
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:712 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:735
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:785 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:810
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:837 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:864
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:889 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:943
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:970 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:999
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1022 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1072
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1097
msgid "x:obserevation."
msgstr "x:obserevation."

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:20 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:45
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:72
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:20
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:45
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:99
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:124
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:151
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:178
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:203
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:257
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:282
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:336
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:359
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:409
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:434
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:461
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:488
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:511
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:561
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:586
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:640
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:663
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:713
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:736
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:786
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:811
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:838
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:865
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:890
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:944
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:971
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1029
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1052
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1102
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1127
+msgid "x:observation."
+msgstr "x:observation."
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:21
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:46
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:73
msgid "mu:mean of the distribution."
msgstr "mu:mean of the distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:21 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:46
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:73
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:22
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:47
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:74
msgid "sigma:standard deviation of the distribution."
msgstr "sigma:standard deviation of the distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:22 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:101
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:180 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:259
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:337 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:411
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:489 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:563
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:641 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:714
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:788 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:867
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:947 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1001
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1075
msgid ""
"give_log:if true, log of the result will be returned instead. This is "
"useful if the result would otherwise underflow to 0. Defaults to false."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:23
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:102
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:181
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:260
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:338
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:412
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:490
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:564
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:642
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:715
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:789
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:868
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:948
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1031
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1105
+msgid "give_log:if true, log of the result will be returned instead. This is useful if the result would otherwise underflow to 0. Defaults to false."
msgstr "give_log:if true, log of the result will be returned instead. This is useful if the result would otherwise underflow to 0. Defaults to false."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:23
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the normal "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:24
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the normal distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the normal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:43
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:44
msgid "R.PNORM:cumulative distribution function of the normal distribution."
msgstr "R.PNORM:cumulative distribution function of the normal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:47 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:74
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:126 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:153
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:205 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:232
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:284 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:311
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:360 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:385
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:436 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:463
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:512 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:537
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:588 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:615
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:664 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:689
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:737 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:762
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:813 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:840
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:892 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:919
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:974 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1024
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1049 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1100
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1127
msgid ""
"lower_tail:if true (the default), the lower tail of the distribution is "
"considered."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:48
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:75
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:127
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:154
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:206
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:233
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:285
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:312
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:361
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:386
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:437
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:464
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:513
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:538
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:589
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:616
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:665
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:690
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:738
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:763
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:814
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:841
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:893
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:920
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:975
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1004
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1054
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1079
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1130
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1157
+msgid "lower_tail:if true (the default), the lower tail of the distribution is considered."
msgstr "lower_tail:if true (the default), the lower tail of the distribution is considered."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:48 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:75
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:127 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:154
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:206 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:233
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:285 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:312
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:361 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:386
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:437 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:464
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:513 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:538
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:589 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:616
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:665 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:690
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:738 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:763
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:814 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:841
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:893 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:920
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:975 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1025
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1050 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1101
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1128
msgid ""
"log_p:if true, log of the probability is used. This is useful if the "
"probability would otherwise underflow to 0. Defaults to false."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:49
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:76
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:128
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:155
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:207
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:234
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:286
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:313
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:362
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:387
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:438
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:465
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:514
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:539
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:590
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:617
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:666
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:691
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:739
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:764
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:815
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:842
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:894
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:921
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:976
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1005
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1055
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1080
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1131
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1158
+msgid "log_p:if true, log of the probability is used. This is useful if the probability would otherwise underflow to 0. Defaults to false."
msgstr "log_p:if true, log of the probability is used. This is useful if the probability would otherwise underflow to 0. Defaults to false."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:49
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the normal "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:50
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the normal distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the normal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:70
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:71
msgid "R.QNORM:probability quantile function of the normal distribution."
msgstr "R.QNORM:probability quantile function of the normal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:71 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:229
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:308 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:383
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:535 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:612
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:687 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:760
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:916 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1047
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1124
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:72
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:230
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:309
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:384
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:536
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:613
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:688
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:761
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:917
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1000
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1077
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1154
msgid "p:probability."
msgstr "p:probability."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:76
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the normal distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:77
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the normal distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the normal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:97
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:98
msgid "R.DLNORM:probability density function of the lognormal distribution."
msgstr "R.DLNORM:probability density function of the lognormal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:99 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:124
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:151
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:100
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:125
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:152
msgid "logmean:mean of the underlying normal distribution."
msgstr "logmean:mean of the underlying normal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:100 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:125
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:152
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:101
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:126
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:153
msgid "logsd:standard deviation of the underlying normal distribution."
msgstr "logsd:standard deviation of the underlying normal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:102
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the lognormal "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:103
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the lognormal distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the lognormal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:122
msgid ""
"R.PLNORM:cumulative distribution function of the lognormal distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:123
+msgid "R.PLNORM:cumulative distribution function of the lognormal distribution."
msgstr "R.PLNORM:cumulative distribution function of the lognormal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:128
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the lognormal "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:129
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the lognormal distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the lognormal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:149
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:150
msgid "R.QLNORM:probability quantile function of the lognormal distribution."
msgstr "R.QLNORM:probability quantile function of the lognormal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:155
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the lognormal distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:156
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the lognormal distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the lognormal distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:176
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:177
msgid "R.DGAMMA:probability density function of the gamma distribution."
msgstr "R.DGAMMA:probability density function of the gamma distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:178 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:203
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:230 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:561
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:586 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:613
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:179
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:204
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:231
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:562
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:587
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:614
msgid "shape:the shape parameter of the distribution"
msgstr "shape:the shape parameter of the distribution"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:179 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:204
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:231 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:562
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:587 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:614
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:713 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:736
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:761 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1074
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1099 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1126
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:180
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:205
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:232
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:563
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:588
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:615
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:714
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:737
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:762
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1104
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1129
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1156
msgid "scale:the scale parameter of the distribution"
msgstr "scale:the scale parameter of the distribution"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:181
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the gamma "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:182
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the gamma distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the gamma distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:201
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:202
msgid "R.PGAMMA:cumulative distribution function of the gamma distribution."
msgstr "R.PGAMMA:cumulative distribution function of the gamma distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:207
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the gamma "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:208
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the gamma distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the gamma distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:228
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:229
msgid "R.QGAMMA:probability quantile function of the gamma distribution."
msgstr "R.QGAMMA:probability quantile function of the gamma distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:234
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the gamma distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:235
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the gamma distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the gamma distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:255
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:256
msgid "R.DBETA:probability density function of the beta distribution."
msgstr "R.DBETA:probability density function of the beta distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:257 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:282
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:309
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:258
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:283
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:310
msgid "a:the first shape parameter of the distribution"
msgstr "a:the first shape parameter of the distribution"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:258 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:283
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:310
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:259
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:284
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:311
msgid "b:the second scale parameter of the distribution"
msgstr "b:the second scale parameter of the distribution"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:260
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the beta "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:261
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the beta distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the beta distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:280
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:281
msgid "R.PBETA:cumulative distribution function of the beta distribution."
msgstr "R.PBETA:cumulative distribution function of the beta distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:286
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the beta "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:287
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the beta distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the beta distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:307
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:308
msgid "R.QBETA:probability quantile function of the beta distribution."
msgstr "R.QBETA:probability quantile function of the beta distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:313
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the beta distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:314
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the beta distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the beta distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:334
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:335
msgid "R.DT:probability density function of the Student t distribution."
msgstr "R.DT:probability density function of the Student t distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:336 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:359
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:384
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:337
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:360
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:385
msgid "n:the number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
msgstr "n:the number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:338
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the Student t "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:339
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the Student t distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the Student t distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:357
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:358
msgid "R.PT:cumulative distribution function of the Student t distribution."
msgstr "R.PT:cumulative distribution function of the Student t distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:362
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Student t "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:363
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Student t distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Student t distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:382
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:383
msgid "R.QT:probability quantile function of the Student t distribution."
msgstr "R.QT:probability quantile function of the Student t distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:387
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the Student t distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:388
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the Student t distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the Student t distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:407
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:408
msgid "R.DF:probability density function of the F distribution."
msgstr "R.DF:probability density function of the F distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:409 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:434
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:461
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:410
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:435
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:462
msgid "n1:the first number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
msgstr "n1:the first number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:410 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:435
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:462
msgid "n2:the first number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
msgstr "n2:the first number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:411
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:436
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:463
+msgid "n2:the second number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
+msgstr "n2:the second number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:412
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the F distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:413
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the F distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the F distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:432
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:433
msgid "R.PF:cumulative distribution function of the F distribution."
msgstr "R.PF:cumulative distribution function of the F distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:438
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the F "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:439
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the F distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the F distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:459
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:460
msgid "R.QF:probability quantile function of the F distribution."
msgstr "R.QF:probability quantile function of the F distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:465
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the F distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:466
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the F distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the F distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:486
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:487
msgid "R.DCHISQ:probability density function of the chisquare distribution."
msgstr "R.DCHISQ:probability density function of the chisquare distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:488 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:511
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:536
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:489
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:512
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:537
msgid "df:the number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
msgstr "df:the number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:490
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the chisquare "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:491
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the chisquare distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the chisquare distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:509
msgid ""
"R.PCHISQ:cumulative distribution function of the chisquare distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:510
+msgid "R.PCHISQ:cumulative distribution function of the chisquare distribution."
msgstr "R.PCHISQ:cumulative distribution function of the chisquare distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:514
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the chisquare "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:515
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the chisquare distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the chisquare distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:534
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:535
msgid "R.QCHISQ:probability quantile function of the chisquare distribution."
msgstr "R.QCHISQ:probability quantile function of the chisquare distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:539
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the chisquare distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:540
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the chisquare distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the chisquare distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:559
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:560
msgid "R.DWEIBULL:probability density function of the Weibull distribution."
msgstr "R.DWEIBULL:probability density function of the Weibull distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:564
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the Weibull "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:565
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the Weibull distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the Weibull distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:584
msgid ""
"R.PWEIBULL:cumulative distribution function of the Weibull distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:585
+msgid "R.PWEIBULL:cumulative distribution function of the Weibull distribution."
msgstr "R.PWEIBULL:cumulative distribution function of the Weibull distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:590
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Weibull "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:591
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Weibull distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Weibull distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:611
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:612
msgid "R.QWEIBULL:probability quantile function of the Weibull distribution."
msgstr "R.QWEIBULL:probability quantile function of the Weibull distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:617
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the Weibull distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:618
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the Weibull distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the Weibull distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:638
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:639
msgid "R.DPOIS:probability density function of the Poisson distribution."
msgstr "R.DPOIS:probability density function of the Poisson distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:640 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:663
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:688
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:641
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:664
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:689
msgid "lambda:the mean of the distribution"
msgstr "lambda:the mean of the distribution"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:642
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the Poisson "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:643
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the Poisson distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the Poisson distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:661
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:662
msgid "R.PPOIS:cumulative distribution function of the Poisson distribution."
msgstr "R.PPOIS:cumulative distribution function of the Poisson distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:666
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Poisson "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:667
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Poisson distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Poisson distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:686
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:687
msgid "R.QPOIS:probability quantile function of the Poisson distribution."
msgstr "R.QPOIS:probability quantile function of the Poisson distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:691
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the Poisson distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:692
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the Poisson distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the Poisson distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:711
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:712
msgid "R.DEXP:probability density function of the exponential distribution."
msgstr "R.DEXP:probability density function of the exponential distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:715
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the exponential "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:716
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the exponential distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the exponential distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:734
msgid ""
"R.PEXP:cumulative distribution function of the exponential distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:735
+msgid "R.PEXP:cumulative distribution function of the exponential distribution."
msgstr "R.PEXP:cumulative distribution function of the exponential distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:739
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the "
"exponential distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:740
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the exponential distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the exponential distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:759
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:760
msgid "R.QEXP:probability quantile function of the exponential distribution."
msgstr "R.QEXP:probability quantile function of the exponential distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:764
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the exponential distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:765
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the exponential distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the exponential distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:784
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:785
msgid "R.DBINOM:probability density function of the binomial distribution."
msgstr "R.DBINOM:probability density function of the binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:786 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:811
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:838 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:865
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:890 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:917
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:787
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:812
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:839
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:866
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:891
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:918
msgid "n:the number of trials"
msgstr "n:the number of trials"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:787 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:812
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:839 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:866
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:891 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:918
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1000 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1023
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1048
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:788
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:813
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:840
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:867
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:892
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:919
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1030
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1053
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1078
msgid "psuc:the probability of success in each trial"
msgstr "psuc:the probability of success in each trial"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:789
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the binomial "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:790
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the binomial distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:809
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:810
msgid "R.PBINOM:cumulative distribution function of the binomial distribution."
msgstr "R.PBINOM:cumulative distribution function of the binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:815
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the binomial "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:816
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the binomial distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:836
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:837
msgid "R.QBINOM:probability quantile function of the binomial distribution."
msgstr "R.QBINOM:probability quantile function of the binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:842
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the binomial distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:843
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the binomial distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:863
msgid ""
"R.DNBINOM:probability density function of the negative binomial distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:864
+msgid "R.DNBINOM:probability density function of the negative binomial distribution."
msgstr "R.DNBINOM:probability density function of the negative binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:868
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the negative "
"binomial distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:869
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the negative binomial distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the negative binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:888
msgid ""
"R.PNBINOM:cumulative distribution function of the negative binomial "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:889
+msgid "R.PNBINOM:cumulative distribution function of the negative binomial distribution."
msgstr "R.PNBINOM:cumulative distribution function of the negative binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:894
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the negative "
"binomial distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:895
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the negative binomial distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the negative binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:915
msgid ""
"R.QNBINOM:probability quantile function of the negative binomial "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:916
+msgid "R.QNBINOM:probability quantile function of the negative binomial distribution."
msgstr "R.QNBINOM:probability quantile function of the negative binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:921
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the negative binomial "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:922
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the negative binomial distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the negative binomial distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:942
msgid ""
"R.DHYPER:probability density function of the hypergeometric distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:943
+msgid "R.DHYPER:probability density function of the hypergeometric distribution."
msgstr "R.DHYPER:probability density function of the hypergeometric distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:944 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:971
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:945
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:972
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1001
msgid "r:the number of red balls"
msgstr "r:the number of red balls"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:945 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:972
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:946
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:973
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1002
msgid "b:the number of black balls"
msgstr "b:the number of black balls"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:946 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:973
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:947
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:974
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1003
msgid "n:the number of balls drawn"
msgstr "n:the number of balls drawn"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:948
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the hypergeometric "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:949
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the hypergeometric distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the hypergeometric distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:969
msgid ""
"R.PHYPER:cumulative distribution function of the hypergeometric distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:970
+msgid "R.PHYPER:cumulative distribution function of the hypergeometric distribution."
msgstr "R.PHYPER:cumulative distribution function of the hypergeometric distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:976
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the "
"hypergeometric distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:977
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the hypergeometric distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the hypergeometric distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:998
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:999
+msgid "R.QHYPER:probability quantile function of the hypergeometric distribution."
+msgstr "R.QHYPER:probability quantile function of the hypergeometric distribution."
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1006
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the hypergeometric distribution."
+msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the hypergeometric distribution."
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1028
msgid "R.DGEOM:probability density function of the geometric distribution."
msgstr "R.DGEOM:probability density function of the geometric distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1002
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the geometric "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1032
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the geometric distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the geometric distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1021
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1051
msgid "R.PGEOM:cumulative distribution function of the geometric distribution."
msgstr "R.PGEOM:cumulative distribution function of the geometric distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1026
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the geometric "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1056
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the geometric distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the geometric distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1046
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1076
msgid "R.QGEOM:probability quantile function of the geometric distribution."
msgstr "R.QGEOM:probability quantile function of the geometric distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1051
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the geometric distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1081
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the geometric distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the geometric distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1071
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1101
msgid "R.DCAUCHY:probability density function of the Cauchy distribution."
msgstr "R.DCAUCHY:probability density function of the Cauchy distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1073 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1098
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1125
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1103
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1128
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1155
msgid "location:the center of the distribution"
msgstr "location:the center of the distribution"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1076
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability density function of the Cauchy "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1106
+msgid "This function returns the probability density function of the Cauchy distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability density function of the Cauchy distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1096
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1126
msgid "R.PCAUCHY:cumulative distribution function of the Cauchy distribution."
msgstr "R.PCAUCHY:cumulative distribution function of the Cauchy distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1102
msgid ""
"This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Cauchy "
"distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1132
+msgid "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Cauchy distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the cumulative distribution function of the Cauchy distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1123
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1153
msgid "R.QCAUCHY:probability quantile function of the Cauchy distribution."
msgstr "R.QCAUCHY:probability quantile function of the Cauchy distribution."
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1129
msgid ""
"This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse "
"of the cumulative distribution function, of the Cauchy distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1159
+msgid "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the Cauchy distribution."
msgstr "This function returns the probability quantile function, i.e., the inverse of the cumulative distribution function, of the Cauchy distribution."
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1194
+msgid "x,mu,sigma,give_log"
+msgstr "x,mu,sigma,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1202
+msgid "x,mu,sigma,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,mu,sigma,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1210
+msgid "p,mu,sigma,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "p,mu,sigma,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1218
+msgid "x,logmean,logsd,give_log"
+msgstr "x,logmean,logsd,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1226
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1234
+msgid "x,logmean,logsd,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,logmean,logsd,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1242
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1362
+msgid "x,shape,scale,give_log"
+msgstr "x,shape,scale,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1250
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1370
+msgid "x,shape,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,shape,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1258
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1378
+msgid "p,shape,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "p,shape,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1266
+msgid "x,a,b,give_log"
+msgstr "x,a,b,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1274
+msgid "x,a,b,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,a,b,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1282
+msgid "p,a,b,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "p,a,b,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1290
+msgid "x,n,give_log"
+msgstr "x,n,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1298
+msgid "x,n,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,n,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1306
+msgid "p,n,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "p,n,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1314
+msgid "x,n1,n2,give_log"
+msgstr "x,n1,n2,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1322
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1330
+msgid "x,n1,n2,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,n1,n2,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1338
+msgid "x,df,give_log"
+msgstr "x,df,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1346
+msgid "x,df,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,df,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1354
+msgid "p,df,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "p,df,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1386
+msgid "x,lambda,give_log"
+msgstr "x,lambda,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1394
+msgid "x,lambda,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,lambda,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1402
+msgid "p,lambda,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "p,lambda,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1410
+msgid "x,scale,give_log"
+msgstr "x,scale,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1418
+msgid "x,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1426
+msgid "p,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "p,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1434
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1458
+msgid "x,n,psuc,give_log"
+msgstr "x,n,psuc,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1442
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1450
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1466
+msgid "x,n,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,n,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1474
+msgid "p,n,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "p,n,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1482
+msgid "x,r,b,n,give_log"
+msgstr "x,r,b,n,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1490
+msgid "x,r,b,n,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,r,b,n,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1498
+msgid "p,r,b,n,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "p,r,b,n,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1506
+msgid "x,psuc,give_log"
+msgstr "x,psuc,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1514
+msgid "x,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1522
+msgid "p,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "p,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1530
+msgid "x,location,scale,give_log"
+msgstr "x,location,scale,give_log"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1538
+msgid "x,location,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "x,location,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+
+#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1546
+msgid "p,location,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+msgstr "p,location,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
+
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:47
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RAND\n"
@@ 12217,31 +10568,27 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDUNIFORM\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDUNIFORM(a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDUNIFORM returns a random variate from the uniform (flat) "
"distribution from a to b. The distribution is,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDUNIFORM returns a random variate from the uniform (flat) distribution from a to b. The distribution is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) dx = {1 over (ba)} dx : for a <= x < b.\n"
"p(x) dx = 0 : for x < a or b <= x.\n"
"* If @a > @b RANDUNIFORM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDUNIFORM(1.4,4.2) returns a random number greater than or equal to 1.4 "
"but less than 4.2.\n"
+"RANDUNIFORM(1.4,4.2) returns a random number greater than or equal to 1.4 but less than 4.2.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDBETWEEN,RAND"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDUNIFORM\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDUNIFORM(a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDUNIFORM returns a random variate from the uniform (flat) "
"distribution from a to b. The distribution is,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDUNIFORM returns a random variate from the uniform (flat) distribution from a to b. The distribution is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) dx = {1 over (ba)} dx : for a <= x < b.\n"
"p(x) dx = 0 : for x < a or b <= x.\n"
"* If @a > @b RANDUNIFORM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDUNIFORM(1.4,4.2) returns a random number greater than or equal to 1.4 "
"but less than 4.2.\n"
+"RANDUNIFORM(1.4,4.2) returns a random number greater than or equal to 1.4 but less than 4.2.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDBETWEEN,RAND"
@@ 12249,16 +10596,12 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDDISCRETE\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDDISCRETE(val_range[,prob_range])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDDISCRETE returns one of the values in the @val_range. The "
"probabilities for each value are given in the @prob_range.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDDISCRETE returns one of the values in the @val_range. The probabilities for each value are given in the @prob_range.\n"
"\n"
"* If @prob_range is omitted, the uniform discrete distribution is assumed.\n"
"* If the sum of all values in @prob_range is other than one, RANDDISCRETE "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @val_range and @prob_range are not the same size, RANDDISCRETE returns "
"#NUM! error.\n"
"* If @val_range or @prob_range is not a range, RANDDISCRETE returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If the sum of all values in @prob_range is other than one, RANDDISCRETE returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @val_range and @prob_range are not the same size, RANDDISCRETE returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @val_range or @prob_range is not a range, RANDDISCRETE returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDDISCRETE(A1:A6) returns one of the values in the range A1:A6.\n"
@@ 12267,23 +10610,19 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDDISCRETE\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDDISCRETE(val_range[,prob_range])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDDISCRETE returns one of the values in the @val_range. The "
"probabilities for each value are given in the @prob_range.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDDISCRETE returns one of the values in the @val_range. The probabilities for each value are given in the @prob_range.\n"
"\n"
"* If @prob_range is omitted, the uniform discrete distribution is assumed.\n"
"* If the sum of all values in @prob_range is other than one, RANDDISCRETE "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @val_range and @prob_range are not the same size, RANDDISCRETE returns "
"#NUM! error.\n"
"* If @val_range or @prob_range is not a range, RANDDISCRETE returns #VALUE! "
"error.\n"
+"* If the sum of all values in @prob_range is other than one, RANDDISCRETE returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @val_range and @prob_range are not the same size, RANDDISCRETE returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @val_range or @prob_range is not a range, RANDDISCRETE returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDDISCRETE(A1:A6) returns one of the values in the range A1:A6.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDBETWEEN,RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:243
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:244
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDEXP\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDEXP(b)\n"
@@ 12303,7 +10642,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDBETWEEN"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:269
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:270
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDPOISSON\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDPOISSON(lambda)\n"
@@ 12327,7 +10666,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDBETWEEN"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:300
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:301
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDBINOM\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDBINOM(p,trials)\n"
@@ 12351,14 +10690,14 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDBETWEEN"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:333
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:334
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDBETWEEN\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDBETWEEN(bottom,top)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDBETWEEN function returns a random integer number between "
"and including @bottom and @top.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDBETWEEN function returns a random integer number between and including @bottom and @top.\n"
"\n"
"* If @bottom or @top is noninteger, they are truncated.\n"
+"* If @bottom is noninteger, it is rounded up.\n"
+"* If @top is noninteger, it is rounded down.\n"
"* If @bottom > @top, RANDBETWEEN returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 12369,10 +10708,10 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDBETWEEN\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDBETWEEN(bottom,top)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDBETWEEN function returns a random integer number between "
"and including @bottom and @top.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDBETWEEN function returns a random integer number between and including @bottom and @top.\n"
"\n"
"* If @bottom or @top is noninteger, they are truncated.\n"
+"* If @bottom is noninteger, it is rounded up.\n"
+"* If @top is noninteger, it is rounded down.\n"
"* If @bottom > @top, RANDBETWEEN returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 12381,12 +10720,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDUNIFORM"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:371
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:374
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDNEGBINOM\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDNEGBINOM(p,failures)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDNEGBINOM returns a negative binomiallydistributed random "
"number.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDNEGBINOM returns a negative binomiallydistributed random number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1, RANDNEGBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @failures < 1, RANDNEGBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 12398,8 +10736,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDNEGBINOM\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDNEGBINOM(p,failures)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDNEGBINOM returns a negative binomiallydistributed random "
"number.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDNEGBINOM returns a negative binomiallydistributed random number.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1, RANDNEGBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @failures < 1, RANDNEGBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 12409,7 +10746,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDBETWEEN"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:405
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:408
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDBERNOULLI\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDBERNOULLI(p)\n"
@@ 12433,7 +10770,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDBETWEEN"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:436
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:439
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDNORM\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDNORM(mean,stdev)\n"
@@ 12457,13 +10794,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:468
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:471
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDCAUCHY\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDCAUCHY(a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDCAUCHY returns a Cauchydistributed random number with "
"scale parameter a. The Cauchy distribution is also known as the Lorentz "
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDCAUCHY returns a Cauchydistributed random number with scale parameter a. The Cauchy distribution is also known as the Lorentz distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @a < 0 RANDCAUCHY returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
@@ 12474,9 +10809,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDCAUCHY\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDCAUCHY(a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDCAUCHY returns a Cauchydistributed random number with "
"scale parameter a. The Cauchy distribution is also known as the Lorentz "
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDCAUCHY returns a Cauchydistributed random number with scale parameter a. The Cauchy distribution is also known as the Lorentz distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @a < 0 RANDCAUCHY returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
@@ 12485,7 +10818,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:501
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:504
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDLOGNORM\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDLOGNORM(zeta,sigma)\n"
@@ 12505,7 +10838,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:528
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:531
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDWEIBULL\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDWEIBULL(a,b)\n"
@@ 12525,13 +10858,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:555
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:558
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDLAPLACE\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDLAPLACE(a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLAPLACE returns a Laplacedistributed random number. "
"Laplace distribution is also known as twosided exponential probability "
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLAPLACE returns a Laplacedistributed random number. Laplace distribution is also known as twosided exponential probability distribution.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDLAPLACE(1).\n"
@@ 12540,16 +10871,14 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDLAPLACE\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDLAPLACE(a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLAPLACE returns a Laplacedistributed random number. "
"Laplace distribution is also known as twosided exponential probability "
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLAPLACE returns a Laplacedistributed random number. Laplace distribution is also known as twosided exponential probability distribution.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDLAPLACE(1).\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:583
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:586
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDRAYLEIGH\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDRAYLEIGH(sigma)\n"
@@ 12569,13 +10898,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:609
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:612
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL(a,sigma)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL returns a random variate from the tail of the "
"Rayleigh distribution with scale parameter sigma and a lower limit of a. The "
"distribution is,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL returns a random variate from the tail of the Rayleigh distribution with scale parameter sigma and a lower limit of a. The distribution is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) dx = {x over sigma^2} exp ((a^2  x^2) /(2 sigma^2)) dx,\n"
"\n"
@@ 12588,9 +10915,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL(a,sigma)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL returns a random variate from the tail of the "
"Rayleigh distribution with scale parameter sigma and a lower limit of a. The "
"distribution is,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL returns a random variate from the tail of the Rayleigh distribution with scale parameter sigma and a lower limit of a. The distribution is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) dx = {x over sigma^2} exp ((a^2  x^2) /(2 sigma^2)) dx,\n"
"\n"
@@ 12601,7 +10926,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDRAYLEIGH"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:640
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:643
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDGAMMA\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDGAMMA(a,b)\n"
@@ 12625,7 +10950,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:672
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:675
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDPARETO\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDPARETO(a,b)\n"
@@ 12645,7 +10970,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:699
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:702
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDFDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDFDIST(nu1,nu2)\n"
@@ 12665,7 +10990,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDGAMMA"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:726
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:729
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDBETA\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDBETA(a,b)\n"
@@ 12685,15 +11010,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDGAMMA"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:753
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:756
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDLOGISTIC\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDLOGISTIC(a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLOGISTIC returns a logisticdistributed random number. The "
"distribution function is,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLOGISTIC returns a logisticdistributed random number. The distribution function is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) dx = { exp(x/a) over a (1 + exp(x/a))^2 } dx for infty < x < "
"+infty.\n"
+"\tp(x) dx = { exp(x/a) over a (1 + exp(x/a))^2 } dx for infty < x < +infty.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDLOGISTIC(1).\n"
@@ 12702,24 +11025,20 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDLOGISTIC\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDLOGISTIC(a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLOGISTIC returns a logisticdistributed random number. The "
"distribution function is,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLOGISTIC returns a logisticdistributed random number. The distribution function is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) dx = { exp(x/a) over a (1 + exp(x/a))^2 } dx for infty < x < "
"+infty.\n"
+"\tp(x) dx = { exp(x/a) over a (1 + exp(x/a))^2 } dx for infty < x < +infty.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDLOGISTIC(1).\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:782
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:785
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDGEOM\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDGEOM(p)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDGEOM returns a geometricdistributed random number. The "
"number of independent trials with probability @p until the first success. "
"The probability distribution for geometric variates is, \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDGEOM returns a geometricdistributed random number. The number of independent trials with probability @p until the first success. The probability distribution for geometric variates is, \n"
"\n"
"\tp(k) = p (1p)^(k1), for k >= 1.\n"
"\n"
@@ 12731,9 +11050,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDGEOM\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDGEOM(p)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDGEOM returns a geometricdistributed random number. The "
"number of independent trials with probability @p until the first success. "
"The probability distribution for geometric variates is, \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDGEOM returns a geometricdistributed random number. The number of independent trials with probability @p until the first success. The probability distribution for geometric variates is, \n"
"\n"
"\tp(k) = p (1p)^(k1), for k >= 1.\n"
"\n"
@@ 12743,12 +11060,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:816
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:819
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDHYPERG\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDHYPERG(n1,n2,t)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDHYPERG returns a hypergeometricdistributed random number. "
"The probability distribution for hypergeometric random variates is,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDHYPERG returns a hypergeometricdistributed random number. The probability distribution for hypergeometric random variates is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(k) = C(n_1,k) C(n_2, tk) / C(n_1 + n_2,k), \n"
"\n"
@@ 12762,8 +11078,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDHYPERG\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDHYPERG(n1,n2,t)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDHYPERG returns a hypergeometricdistributed random number. "
"The probability distribution for hypergeometric random variates is,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDHYPERG returns a hypergeometricdistributed random number. The probability distribution for hypergeometric random variates is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(k) = C(n_1,k) C(n_2, tk) / C(n_1 + n_2,k), \n"
"\n"
@@ 12775,7 +11090,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:849
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:854
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDLOG\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDLOG(p)\n"
@@ 12799,7 +11114,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:880
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:885
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDCHISQ\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDCHISQ(nu)\n"
@@ 12819,7 +11134,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDGAMMA"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:906
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:911
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDTDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDTDIST(nu)\n"
@@ 12839,13 +11154,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:932
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:937
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDGUMBEL\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDGUMBEL(a,b[,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDGUMBEL returns a Type I or Type II Gumbeldistributed "
"random number. @type is either 1 or 2 and specifies the type of the "
"distribution (Type I or Type II).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDGUMBEL returns a Type I or Type II Gumbeldistributed random number. @type is either 1 or 2 and specifies the type of the distribution (Type I or Type II).\n"
"\n"
"* If @type is neither 1 nor 2, RANDGUMBEL returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @type is omitted, Type I is assumed.\n"
@@ 12857,9 +11170,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDGUMBEL\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDGUMBEL(a,b[,type])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDGUMBEL returns a Type I or Type II Gumbeldistributed "
"random number. @type is either 1 or 2 and specifies the type of the "
"distribution (Type I or Type II).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDGUMBEL returns a Type I or Type II Gumbeldistributed random number. @type is either 1 or 2 and specifies the type of the distribution (Type I or Type II).\n"
"\n"
"* If @type is neither 1 nor 2, RANDGUMBEL returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @type is omitted, Type I is assumed.\n"
@@ 12869,12 +11180,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:971
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:975
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDLEVY\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDLEVY(c,alpha[,beta])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLEVY returns a Levydistributed random number. If @beta is "
"omitted, it is assumed to be 0.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLEVY returns a Levydistributed random number. If @beta is omitted, it is assumed to be 0.\n"
"\n"
"* For @alpha = 1, @beta=0, we get the Lorentz distribution.\n"
"* For @alpha = 2, @beta=0, we get the normal distribution.\n"
@@ 12889,8 +11199,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDLEVY\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDLEVY(c,alpha[,beta])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLEVY returns a Levydistributed random number. If @beta is "
"omitted, it is assumed to be 0.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLEVY returns a Levydistributed random number. If @beta is omitted, it is assumed to be 0.\n"
"\n"
"* For @alpha = 1, @beta=0, we get the Lorentz distribution.\n"
"* For @alpha = 2, @beta=0, we get the normal distribution.\n"
@@ 12903,18 +11212,16 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1009
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1013
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDEXPPOW\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDEXPPOW(a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDEXPPOW returns a random variate from the exponential power "
"distribution with scale parameter @a and exponent @b. The distribution is,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDEXPPOW returns a random variate from the exponential power distribution with scale parameter @a and exponent @b. The distribution is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) dx = {1 over 2 a Gamma(1+1/b)} exp(x/a^b) dx, for x >= 0.\n"
"\n"
"* For @b = 1 this reduces to the Laplace distribution.\n"
"* For @b = 2 it has the same form as a normal distribution with sigma = a/"
"sqrt(2).\n"
+"* For @b = 2 it has the same form as a normal distribution with sigma = a/sqrt(2).\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDEXPPOW(0.5,0.1).\n"
@@ 12923,32 +11230,27 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDEXPPOW\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDEXPPOW(a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDEXPPOW returns a random variate from the exponential power "
"distribution with scale parameter @a and exponent @b. The distribution is,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDEXPPOW returns a random variate from the exponential power distribution with scale parameter @a and exponent @b. The distribution is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) dx = {1 over 2 a Gamma(1+1/b)} exp(x/a^b) dx, for x >= 0.\n"
"\n"
"* For @b = 1 this reduces to the Laplace distribution.\n"
"* For @b = 2 it has the same form as a normal distribution with sigma = a/"
"sqrt(2).\n"
+"* For @b = 2 it has the same form as a normal distribution with sigma = a/sqrt(2).\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDEXPPOW(0.5,0.1).\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1043
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1047
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDLANDAU\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDLANDAU()\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLANDAU returns a random variate from the Landau "
"distribution. The probability distribution for Landau random variates is "
"defined analytically by the complex integral,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLANDAU returns a random variate from the Landau distribution. The probability distribution for Landau random variates is defined analytically by the complex integral,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) = (1/(2 pi i)) int_{ci infty}^{c+i infty} ds exp(s log(s) + x s).\n"
"\n"
"For numerical purposes it is more convenient to use the following equivalent "
"form of the integral,\n"
+"For numerical purposes it is more convenient to use the following equivalent form of the integral,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) = (1/pi) int_0^ infty dt exp(t log(t)  x t) sin(pi t).\n"
"\n"
@@ 12959,14 +11261,11 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDLANDAU\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDLANDAU()\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLANDAU returns a random variate from the Landau "
"distribution. The probability distribution for Landau random variates is "
"defined analytically by the complex integral,\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDLANDAU returns a random variate from the Landau distribution. The probability distribution for Landau random variates is defined analytically by the complex integral,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) = (1/(2 pi i)) int_{ci infty}^{c+i infty} ds exp(s log(s) + x s).\n"
"\n"
"For numerical purposes it is more convenient to use the following equivalent "
"form of the integral,\n"
+"For numerical purposes it is more convenient to use the following equivalent form of the integral,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) = (1/pi) int_0^ infty dt exp(t log(t)  x t) sin(pi t).\n"
"\n"
@@ 12975,23 +11274,17 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1074
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1078
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDNORMTAIL\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDNORMTAIL(a,sigma)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDNORMTAIL returns a random variates from the upper tail of a "
"normal distribution with standard deviation @sigma. The values returned are "
"larger than the lower limit @a, which must be positive. The method is based "
"on Marsaglia's famous rectanglewedgetail algorithm (Ann Math Stat 32, 894"
"899 (1961)), with this aspect explained in Knuth, v2, 3rd ed, p139, 586 "
"(exercise 11).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDNORMTAIL returns a random variates from the upper tail of a normal distribution with standard deviation @sigma. The values returned are larger than the lower limit @a, which must be positive. The method is based on Marsaglia's famous rectanglewedgetail algorithm (Ann Math Stat 32, 894899 (1961)), with this aspect explained in Knuth, v2, 3rd ed, p139, 586 (exercise 11).\n"
"\n"
"The probability distribution for normal tail random variates is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) dx = {1 over N(a;sigma)} exp ( x^2/(2 sigma^2)) dx,\n"
"\n"
"for x > a where N(a;sigma) is the normalization constant, N(a;sigma) = (1/2) "
"erfc(a / sqrt(2 sigma^2)).\n"
+"for x > a where N(a;sigma) is the normalization constant, N(a;sigma) = (1/2) erfc(a / sqrt(2 sigma^2)).\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDNORMTAIL(0.5,0.1).\n"
@@ 13000,86 +11293,50 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANDNORMTAIL\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANDNORMTAIL(a,sigma)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANDNORMTAIL returns a random variates from the upper tail of a "
"normal distribution with standard deviation @sigma. The values returned are "
"larger than the lower limit @a, which must be positive. The method is based "
"on Marsaglia's famous rectanglewedgetail algorithm (Ann Math Stat 32, 894"
"899 (1961)), with this aspect explained in Knuth, v2, 3rd ed, p139, 586 "
"(exercise 11).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANDNORMTAIL returns a random variates from the upper tail of a normal distribution with standard deviation @sigma. The values returned are larger than the lower limit @a, which must be positive. The method is based on Marsaglia's famous rectanglewedgetail algorithm (Ann Math Stat 32, 894899 (1961)), with this aspect explained in Knuth, v2, 3rd ed, p139, 586 (exercise 11).\n"
"\n"
"The probability distribution for normal tail random variates is,\n"
"\n"
"\tp(x) dx = {1 over N(a;sigma)} exp ( x^2/(2 sigma^2)) dx,\n"
"\n"
"for x > a where N(a;sigma) is the normalisation constant, N(a;sigma) = (1/2) "
"erfc(a / sqrt(2 sigma^2)).\n"
+"for x > a where N(a;sigma) is the normalisation constant, N(a;sigma) = (1/2) erfc(a / sqrt(2 sigma^2)).\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RANDNORMTAIL(0.5,0.1).\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RAND"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1113
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1117
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SIMTABLE\n"
"@SYNTAX=SIMTABLE(d1, d2, ..., dN)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SIMTABLE returns one of the values in the given argument list "
"depending on the round number of the simulation tool. When the simulation "
"tool is not activated, SIMTABLE returns @d1.\n"
"\n"
"With the simulation tool and the SIMTABLE function you can test given "
"decision variables. Each SIMTABLE function contains the possible values of a "
"simulation variable. In most valid simulation models you should have the "
"same number of values @dN for all decision variables. If the simulation is "
"run more rounds than there are values defined, SIMTABLE returns #N/A! error "
"(e.g. if A1 contains `=SIMTABLE(1)' and A2 `=SIMTABLE(1,2)', A1 yields #N/A! "
"error on the second round).\n"
"\n"
"The successive use of the simulation tool also requires that you give to the "
"tool at least one input variable having RAND() or any other "
"RAND() function in it. On each round, the simulation tool "
"iterates for the given number of rounds over all the input variables to "
"reevaluate them. On each iteration, the values of the output variables are "
"stored, and when the round is completed, descriptive statistical information "
"is created according to the values.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"SIMTABLE(TRUE,FALSE) returns TRUE on the first simulation round and FALSE on "
"the second round.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SIMTABLE returns one of the values in the given argument list depending on the round number of the simulation tool. When the simulation tool is not activated, SIMTABLE returns @d1.\n"
+"\n"
+"With the simulation tool and the SIMTABLE function you can test given decision variables. Each SIMTABLE function contains the possible values of a simulation variable. In most valid simulation models you should have the same number of values @dN for all decision variables. If the simulation is run more rounds than there are values defined, SIMTABLE returns #N/A! error (e.g. if A1 contains `=SIMTABLE(1)' and A2 `=SIMTABLE(1,2)', A1 yields #N/A! error on the second round).\n"
+"\n"
+"The successive use of the simulation tool also requires that you give to the tool at least one input variable having RAND() or any other RAND() function in it. On each round, the simulation tool iterates for the given number of rounds over all the input variables to reevaluate them. On each iteration, the values of the output variables are stored, and when the round is completed, descriptive statistical information is created according to the values.\n"
+"\n"
+"@EXAMPLES=\n"
+"SIMTABLE(TRUE,FALSE) returns TRUE on the first simulation round and FALSE on the second round.\n"
"SIMTABLE(223,225,227,229) returns 227 on the simulation round #3.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SIMTABLE\n"
"@SYNTAX=SIMTABLE(d1, d2, ..., dN)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SIMTABLE returns one of the values in the given argument list "
"depending on the round number of the simulation tool. When the simulation "
"tool is not activated, SIMTABLE returns @d1.\n"
"\n"
"With the simulation tool and the SIMTABLE function you can test given "
"decision variables. Each SIMTABLE function contains the possible values of a "
"simulation variable. In most valid simulation models you should have the "
"same number of values @dN for all decision variables. If the simulation is "
"run more rounds than there are values defined, SIMTABLE returns #N/A! error "
"(e.g. if A1 contains `=SIMTABLE(1)' and A2 `=SIMTABLE(1,2)', A1 yields #N/A! "
"error on the second round).\n"
"\n"
"The successive use of the simulation tool also requires that you give to the "
"tool at least one input variable having RAND() or any other "
"RAND() function in it. On each round, the simulation tool "
"iterates for the given number of rounds over all the input variables to "
"reevaluate them. On each iteration, the values of the output variables are "
"stored, and when the round is completed, descriptive statistical information "
"is created according to the values.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"SIMTABLE(TRUE,FALSE) returns TRUE on the first simulation round and FALSE on "
"the second round.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SIMTABLE returns one of the values in the given argument list depending on the round number of the simulation tool. When the simulation tool is not activated, SIMTABLE returns @d1.\n"
+"\n"
+"With the simulation tool and the SIMTABLE function you can test given decision variables. Each SIMTABLE function contains the possible values of a simulation variable. In most valid simulation models you should have the same number of values @dN for all decision variables. If the simulation is run more rounds than there are values defined, SIMTABLE returns #N/A! error (e.g. if A1 contains `=SIMTABLE(1)' and A2 `=SIMTABLE(1,2)', A1 yields #N/A! error on the second round).\n"
+"\n"
+"The successive use of the simulation tool also requires that you give to the tool at least one input variable having RAND() or any other RAND() function in it. On each round, the simulation tool iterates for the given number of rounds over all the input variables to reevaluate them. On each iteration, the values of the output variables are stored, and when the round is completed, descriptive statistical information is created according to the values.\n"
+"\n"
+"@EXAMPLES=\n"
+"SIMTABLE(TRUE,FALSE) returns TRUE on the first simulation round and FALSE on the second round.\n"
"SIMTABLE(223,225,227,229) returns 227 on the simulation round #3.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:137
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:135
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=VARP\n"
"@SYNTAX=VARP(b1, b2, ...)\n"
@@ 13087,8 +11344,7 @@ msgid ""
"VARP is also known as the Nvariance.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"VARP(A1:A5) equals 94.112.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,DVAR,DVARP,STDEV,VAR"
@@ 13099,169 +11355,135 @@ msgstr ""
"VARP is also known as the Nvariance.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"VARP(A1:A5) equals 94.112.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,DVAR,DVARP,STDEV,VAR"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:169
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:167
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=VAR\n"
"@SYNTAX=VAR(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=VAR calculates sample variance of the given sample. To get the "
"true variance of a complete population use VARP.\n"
"VAR is also known as the N1variance. Under reasonable conditions, it is "
"the maximumlikelihood estimator for the true variance.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=VAR calculates sample variance of the given sample. To get the true variance of a complete population use VARP.\n"
+"VAR is also known as the N1variance. Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the true variance.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"VAR(A1:A5) equals 117.64.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=VARP,STDEV"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=VAR\n"
"@SYNTAX=VAR(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=VAR calculates sample variance of the given sample. To get the "
"true variance of a complete population use VARP.\n"
"VAR is also known as the N1variance. Under reasonable conditions, it is "
"the maximumlikelihood estimator for the true variance.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=VAR calculates sample variance of the given sample. To get the true variance of a complete population use VARP.\n"
+"VAR is also known as the N1variance. Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the true variance.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"VAR(A1:A5) equals 117.64.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=VARP,STDEV"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:206
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:204
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=STDEV\n"
"@SYNTAX=STDEV(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STDEV returns the sample standard deviation of the given "
"sample.\n"
"To obtain the population standard deviation of a whole population use "
"STDEVP.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STDEV returns the sample standard deviation of the given sample.\n"
+"To obtain the population standard deviation of a whole population use STDEVP.\n"
"STDEV is also known as the N1standard deviation.\n"
"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the "
"true population standard deviation.\n"
+"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the true population standard deviation.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"STDEV(A1:A5) equals 10.84619749.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,DSTDEV,DSTDEVP,STDEVA,STDEVPA,VAR"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=STDEV\n"
"@SYNTAX=STDEV(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STDEV returns the sample standard deviation of the given "
"sample.\n"
"To obtain the population standard deviation of a whole population use "
"STDEVP.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STDEV returns the sample standard deviation of the given sample.\n"
+"To obtain the population standard deviation of a whole population use STDEVP.\n"
"STDEV is also known as the N1standard deviation.\n"
"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the "
"true population standard deviation.\n"
+"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the true population standard deviation.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"STDEV(A1:A5) equals 10.84619749.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,DSTDEV,DSTDEVP,STDEVA,STDEVPA,VAR"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:245
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:243
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=STDEVP\n"
"@SYNTAX=STDEVP(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVP returns the population standard deviation of the given "
"population. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVP returns the population standard deviation of the given population. \n"
"This is also known as the Nstandard deviation\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"STDEVP(A1:A5) equals 9.701133954.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEV,STDEVA,STDEVPA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=STDEVP\n"
"@SYNTAX=STDEVP(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVP returns the population standard deviation of the given "
"population. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVP returns the population standard deviation of the given population. \n"
"This is also known as the Nstandard deviation\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"STDEVP(A1:A5) equals 9.701133954.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEV,STDEVA,STDEVPA"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:279
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:277
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RANK\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANK(x,ref[,order])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANK returns the rank of a number in a list of numbers. @x is "
"the number whose rank you want to find, @ref is the list of numbers, and "
"@order specifies how to rank numbers. If @order is 0, numbers are ranked in "
"descending order, otherwise numbers are ranked in ascending order.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANK returns the rank of a number in a list of numbers. @x is the number whose rank you want to find, @ref is the list of numbers, and @order specifies how to rank numbers. If @order is 0, numbers are ranked in descending order, otherwise numbers are ranked in ascending order.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"RANK(17.3,A1:A5) equals 4.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PERCENTRANK"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RANK\n"
"@SYNTAX=RANK(x,ref[,order])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RANK returns the rank of a number in a list of numbers. @x is "
"the number whose rank you want to find, @ref is the list of numbers, and "
"@order specifies how to rank numbers. If @order is 0, numbers are ranked in "
"descending order, otherwise numbers are ranked in ascending order.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RANK returns the rank of a number in a list of numbers. @x is the number whose rank you want to find, @ref is the list of numbers, and @order specifies how to rank numbers. If @order is 0, numbers are ranked in descending order, otherwise numbers are ranked in ascending order.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"RANK(17.3,A1:A5) equals 4.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PERCENTRANK"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:376
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:364
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TRIMMEAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=TRIMMEAN(ref,fraction)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TRIMMEAN returns the mean of the interior of a data set. @ref "
"is the list of numbers whose mean you want to calculate and @fraction is the "
"fraction of the data set excluded from the mean. For example, if "
"@fraction=0.2 and the data set contains 40 numbers, 8 numbers are trimmed "
"from the data set (40 x 0.2): the 4 largest and the 4 smallest. To avoid a "
"bias, the number of points to be excluded is always rounded down to the "
"nearest even number.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TRIMMEAN returns the mean of the interior of a data set. @ref is the list of numbers whose mean you want to calculate and @fraction is the fraction of the data set excluded from the mean. For example, if @fraction=0.2 and the data set contains 40 numbers, 8 numbers are trimmed from the data set (40 x 0.2): the 4 largest and the 4 smallest. To avoid a bias, the number of points to be excluded is always rounded down to the nearest even number.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"TRIMMEAN(A1:A5,0.2) equals 23.2.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,GEOMEAN,HARMEAN,MEDIAN,MODE"
@@ 13278,7 +11500,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,GEOMEAN,HARMEAN,MEDIAN,MODE"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:438
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:426
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COVAR\n"
"@SYNTAX=COVAR(array1,array2)\n"
@@ 13288,9 +11510,7 @@ msgid ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"COVAR(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 65.858.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CORREL,FISHER,FISHERINV"
@@ 13303,14 +11523,12 @@ msgstr ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"COVAR(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 65.858.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CORREL,FISHER,FISHERINV"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:473
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:462
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CORREL\n"
"@SYNTAX=CORREL(array1,array2)\n"
@@ 13320,9 +11538,7 @@ msgid ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"CORREL(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 0.996124788.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COVAR,FISHER,FISHERINV"
@@ 13335,20 +11551,16 @@ msgstr ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"CORREL(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 0.996124788.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COVAR,FISHER,FISHERINV"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:508
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:498
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NEGBINOMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=NEGBINOMDIST(f,t,p)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NEGBINOMDIST function returns the negative binomial "
"distribution. @f is the number of failures, @t is the threshold number of "
"successes, and @p is the probability of a success.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NEGBINOMDIST function returns the negative binomial distribution. @f is the number of failures, @t is the threshold number of successes, and @p is the probability of a success.\n"
"\n"
"* If @f or @t is a noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If (@f + @t 1) <= 0 NEGBINOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 13362,9 +11574,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NEGBINOMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=NEGBINOMDIST(f,t,p)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NEGBINOMDIST function returns the negative binomial "
"distribution. @f is the number of failures, @t is the threshold number of "
"successes, and @p is the probability of a success.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NEGBINOMDIST function returns the negative binomial distribution. @f is the number of failures, @t is the threshold number of successes, and @p is the probability of a success.\n"
"\n"
"* If @f or @t is a noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If (@f + @t 1) <= 0 NEGBINOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 13376,12 +11586,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BINOMDIST,COMBIN,FACT,HYPGEOMDIST,PERMUT"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:549
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:536
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NORMSDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=NORMSDIST(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NORMSDIST function returns the standard normal cumulative "
"distribution. @x is the value for which you want the distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NORMSDIST function returns the standard normal cumulative distribution. @x is the value for which you want the distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 13392,8 +11601,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NORMSDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=NORMSDIST(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NORMSDIST function returns the standard normal cumulative "
"distribution. @x is the value for which you want the distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NORMSDIST function returns the standard normal cumulative distribution. @x is the value for which you want the distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 13402,13 +11610,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NORMDIST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:581
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:568
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NORMSINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=NORMSINV(p)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NORMSINV function returns the inverse of the standard normal "
"cumulative distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the "
"normal distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NORMSINV function returns the inverse of the standard normal cumulative distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 NORMSINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 13420,9 +11626,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NORMSINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=NORMSINV(p)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NORMSINV function returns the inverse of the standard normal "
"cumulative distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the "
"normal distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NORMSINV function returns the inverse of the standard normal cumulative distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 NORMSINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 13432,13 +11636,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NORMDIST,NORMINV,NORMSDIST,STANDARDIZE,ZTEST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:616
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:603
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGNORMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGNORMDIST(x,mean,stddev)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGNORMDIST function returns the lognormal distribution. @x is "
"the value for which you want the distribution, @mean is the mean of the "
"distribution, and @stddev is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGNORMDIST function returns the lognormal distribution. @x is the value for which you want the distribution, @mean is the mean of the distribution, and @stddev is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @stddev = 0 LOGNORMDIST returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* If @x <= 0, @mean < 0 or @stddev < 0 LOGNORMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 13451,9 +11653,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGNORMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGNORMDIST(x,mean,stddev)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGNORMDIST function returns the lognormal distribution. @x is "
"the value for which you want the distribution, @mean is the mean of the "
"distribution, and @stddev is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGNORMDIST function returns the lognormal distribution. @x is the value for which you want the distribution, @mean is the mean of the distribution, and @stddev is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @stddev = 0 LOGNORMDIST returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* If @x <= 0, @mean < 0 or @stddev < 0 LOGNORMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 13464,14 +11664,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NORMDIST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:659
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:641
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGINV(p,mean,stddev)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGINV function returns the inverse of the lognormal cumulative "
"distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal "
"distribution, @mean is the arithmetic mean of the distribution, and @stddev "
"is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGINV function returns the inverse of the lognormal cumulative distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal distribution, @mean is the arithmetic mean of the distribution, and @stddev is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @stddev <= 0 LOGINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 13483,10 +11680,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGINV(p,mean,stddev)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGINV function returns the inverse of the lognormal cumulative "
"distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal "
"distribution, @mean is the arithmetic mean of the distribution, and @stddev "
"is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGINV function returns the inverse of the lognormal cumulative distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal distribution, @mean is the arithmetic mean of the distribution, and @stddev is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @stddev <= 0 LOGINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 13496,12 +11690,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=EXP,LN,LOG,LOG10,LOGNORMDIST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:699
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:681
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FISHERINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=FISHERINV(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FISHERINV function returns the inverse of the Fisher "
"transformation at @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FISHERINV function returns the inverse of the Fisher transformation at @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x is nonnumber FISHERINV returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 13513,8 +11706,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FISHERINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=FISHERINV(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FISHERINV function returns the inverse of the Fisher "
"transformation at @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FISHERINV function returns the inverse of the Fisher transformation at @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x is nonnumber FISHERINV returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 13524,299 +11716,253 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FISHER"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:729
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:711
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MODE\n"
"@SYNTAX=MODE(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MODE returns the most common number of the data set. If the "
"data set has many most common numbers MODE returns the first one of them.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MODE returns the most common number of the data set. If the data set has many most common numbers MODE returns the first one of them.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If the data set does not contain any duplicates MODE returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"11.4, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 11.4, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MODE(A1:A5) equals 11.4.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,MEDIAN"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MODE\n"
"@SYNTAX=MODE(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MODE returns the most common number of the data set. If the "
"data set has many most common numbers MODE returns the first one of them.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MODE returns the most common number of the data set. If the data set has many most common numbers MODE returns the first one of them.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If the data set does not contain any duplicates MODE returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"11.4, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 11.4, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MODE(A1:A5) equals 11.4.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,MEDIAN"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:768
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:749
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=HARMEAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=HARMEAN(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HARMEAN returns the harmonic mean of the N data points (that "
"is, N divided by the sum of the inverses of the data points).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HARMEAN returns the harmonic mean of the N data points (that is, N divided by the sum of the inverses of the data points).\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"HARMEAN(A1:A5) equals 19.529814427.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,GEOMEAN,MEDIAN,MODE,TRIMMEAN"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=HARMEAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=HARMEAN(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HARMEAN returns the harmonic mean of the N data points (that "
"is, N divided by the sum of the inverses of the data points).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HARMEAN returns the harmonic mean of the N data points (that is, N divided by the sum of the inverses of the data points).\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"HARMEAN(A1:A5) equals 19.529814427.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,GEOMEAN,MEDIAN,MODE,TRIMMEAN"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:803
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:783
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=GEOMEAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=GEOMEAN(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GEOMEAN returns the geometric mean of the given arguments. This "
"is equal to the Nth root of the product of the terms.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GEOMEAN returns the geometric mean of the given arguments. This is equal to the Nth root of the product of the terms.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"GEOMEAN(A1:A5) equals 21.279182482.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,HARMEAN,MEDIAN,MODE,TRIMMEAN"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=GEOMEAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=GEOMEAN(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GEOMEAN returns the geometric mean of the given arguments. This "
"is equal to the Nth root of the product of the terms.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GEOMEAN returns the geometric mean of the given arguments. This is equal to the Nth root of the product of the terms.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"GEOMEAN(A1:A5) equals 21.279182482.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,HARMEAN,MEDIAN,MODE,TRIMMEAN"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:837
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:816
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COUNT\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUNT(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUNT returns the total number of integer or floating point "
"arguments passed.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUNT returns the total number of integer or floating point arguments passed.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"COUNT(A1:A5) equals 5.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COUNT\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUNT(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUNT returns the total number of integer or floating point "
"arguments passed.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUNT returns the total number of integer or floating point arguments passed.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"COUNT(A1:A5) equals 5.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:883
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:861
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=COUNTA\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUNTA(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUNTA returns the number of arguments passed not including "
"empty cells.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUNTA returns the number of arguments passed not including empty cells.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, \"missing\", \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, \"missing\", \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"COUNTA(A1:A5) equals 5.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,COUNT,DCOUNT,DCOUNTA,PRODUCT,SUM"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=COUNTA\n"
"@SYNTAX=COUNTA(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=COUNTA returns the number of arguments passed not including "
"empty cells.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=COUNTA returns the number of arguments passed not including empty cells.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, \"missing\", \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, \"missing\", \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"COUNTA(A1:A5) equals 5.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,COUNT,DCOUNT,DCOUNTA,PRODUCT,SUM"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:928
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:905
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=AVERAGE\n"
"@SYNTAX=AVERAGE(value1, value2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AVERAGE computes the average of all the values and cells "
"referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the "
"arguments divided by the count of the arguments.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AVERAGE computes the average of all the values and cells referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the arguments divided by the count of the arguments.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"AVERAGE(A1:A5) equals 23.2.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUM, COUNT"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=AVERAGE\n"
"@SYNTAX=AVERAGE(value1, value2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AVERAGE computes the average of all the values and cells "
"referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the "
"arguments divided by the count of the arguments.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AVERAGE computes the average of all the values and cells referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the arguments divided by the count of the arguments.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"AVERAGE(A1:A5) equals 23.2.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SUM, COUNT"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:963
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:939
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=MIN(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MIN returns the value of the element of the values passed that "
"has the smallest value, with negative numbers considered smaller than "
"positive numbers.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MIN returns the value of the element of the values passed that has the smallest value, with negative numbers considered smaller than positive numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MIN(A1:A5) equals 11.4.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MAX,ABS"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MIN\n"
"@SYNTAX=MIN(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MIN returns the value of the element of the values passed that "
"has the smallest value, with negative numbers considered smaller than "
"positive numbers.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MIN returns the value of the element of the values passed that has the smallest value, with negative numbers considered smaller than positive numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MIN(A1:A5) equals 11.4.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MAX,ABS"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1008
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:983
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MAX\n"
"@SYNTAX=MAX(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MAX returns the value of the element of the values passed that "
"has the largest value, with negative numbers considered smaller than "
"positive numbers.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MAX returns the value of the element of the values passed that has the largest value, with negative numbers considered smaller than positive numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MAX(A1:A5) equals 40.1.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MIN,ABS"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MAX\n"
"@SYNTAX=MAX(b1, b2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MAX returns the value of the element of the values passed that "
"has the largest value, with negative numbers considered smaller than "
"positive numbers.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MAX returns the value of the element of the values passed that has the largest value, with negative numbers considered smaller than positive numbers.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MAX(A1:A5) equals 40.1.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MIN,ABS"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1053
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1027
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SKEW\n"
"@SYNTAX=SKEW(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SKEW returns an unbiased estimate for skewness of a "
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SKEW returns an unbiased estimate for skewness of a distribution.\n"
"\n"
"Note, that this is only meaningful if the underlying distribution really has "
"a third moment. The skewness of a symmetric (e.g., normal) distribution is "
"zero.\n"
+"Note, that this is only meaningful if the underlying distribution really has a third moment. The skewness of a symmetric (e.g., normal) distribution is zero.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If less than three numbers are given, SKEW returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"SKEW(A1:A5) equals 0.976798268.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VAR,SKEWP,KURT"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SKEW\n"
"@SYNTAX=SKEW(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SKEW returns an unbiased estimate for skewness of a "
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SKEW returns an unbiased estimate for skewness of a distribution.\n"
"\n"
"Note, that this is only meaningful if the underlying distribution really has "
"a third moment. The skewness of a symmetric (e.g., normal) distribution is "
"zero.\n"
+"Note, that this is only meaningful if the underlying distribution really has a third moment. The skewness of a symmetric (e.g., normal) distribution is zero.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If less than three numbers are given, SKEW returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"SKEW(A1:A5) equals 0.976798268.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VAR,SKEWP,KURT"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1094
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1067
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SKEWP\n"
"@SYNTAX=SKEWP(n1, n2, ...)\n"
@@ 13826,8 +11972,7 @@ msgid ""
"* If less than two numbers are given, SKEWP returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"SKEWP(A1:A5) equals 0.655256198.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VARP,SKEW,KURTP"
@@ 13840,18 +11985,16 @@ msgstr ""
"* If less than two numbers are given, SKEWP returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"SKEWP(A1:A5) equals 0.655256198.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VARP,SKEW,KURTP"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1130
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1102
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EXPONDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXPONDIST(x,y,cumulative)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXPONDIST function returns the exponential distribution. If the "
"@cumulative boolean is false it will return:\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXPONDIST function returns the exponential distribution. If the @cumulative boolean is false it will return:\n"
"\n"
"\t@y * exp (@y*@x),\n"
"\n"
@@ 13869,8 +12012,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EXPONDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXPONDIST(x,y,cumulative)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXPONDIST function returns the exponential distribution. If the "
"@cumulative boolean is false it will return:\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXPONDIST function returns the exponential distribution. If the @cumulative boolean is false it will return:\n"
"\n"
"\t@y * exp (@y*@x),\n"
"\n"
@@ 13886,12 +12028,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=POISSON"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1177
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1142
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BERNOULLI\n"
"@SYNTAX=BERNOULLI(k,p)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BERNOULLI returns the probability p(k) of obtaining @k from a "
"Bernoulli distribution with probability parameter @p.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BERNOULLI returns the probability p(k) of obtaining @k from a Bernoulli distribution with probability parameter @p.\n"
"\n"
"* If @k != 0 and @k != 1 BERNOULLI returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 BERNOULLI returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 13903,8 +12044,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BERNOULLI\n"
"@SYNTAX=BERNOULLI(k,p)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BERNOULLI returns the probability p(k) of obtaining @k from a "
"Bernoulli distribution with probability parameter @p.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BERNOULLI returns the probability p(k) of obtaining @k from a Bernoulli distribution with probability parameter @p.\n"
"\n"
"* If @k != 0 and @k != 1 BERNOULLI returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 BERNOULLI returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 13914,12 +12054,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDBERNOULLI"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1222
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1187
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=GAMMALN\n"
"@SYNTAX=GAMMALN(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMALN function returns the natural logarithm of the gamma "
"function.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMALN function returns the natural logarithm of the gamma function.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x is nonnumber then GAMMALN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* If @x <= 0 then GAMMALN returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 13932,8 +12071,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=GAMMALN\n"
"@SYNTAX=GAMMALN(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMALN function returns the natural logarithm of the gamma "
"function.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMALN function returns the natural logarithm of the gamma function.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x is nonnumber then GAMMALN returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* If @x <= 0 then GAMMALN returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 13944,13 +12082,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=POISSON"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1262
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1227
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=GAMMADIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=GAMMADIST(x,alpha,beta,cum)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMADIST function returns the gamma distribution. If @cum is "
"TRUE, GAMMADIST returns the incomplete gamma function, otherwise it returns "
"the probability mass function.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMADIST function returns the gamma distribution. If @cum is TRUE, GAMMADIST returns the incomplete gamma function, otherwise it returns the probability mass function.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x < 0 GAMMADIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @alpha <= 0 or @beta <= 0, GAMMADIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 13963,9 +12099,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=GAMMADIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=GAMMADIST(x,alpha,beta,cum)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMADIST function returns the gamma distribution. If @cum is "
"TRUE, GAMMADIST returns the incomplete gamma function, otherwise it returns "
"the probability mass function.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMADIST function returns the gamma distribution. If @cum is TRUE, GAMMADIST returns the incomplete gamma function, otherwise it returns the probability mass function.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x < 0 GAMMADIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @alpha <= 0 or @beta <= 0, GAMMADIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 13976,12 +12110,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=GAMMAINV"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1306
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1268
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=GAMMAINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=GAMMAINV(p,alpha,beta)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMAINV function returns the inverse of the cumulative gamma "
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMAINV function returns the inverse of the cumulative gamma distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 GAMMAINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @alpha <= 0 or @beta <= 0 GAMMAINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 13994,8 +12127,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=GAMMAINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=GAMMAINV(p,alpha,beta)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMAINV function returns the inverse of the cumulative gamma "
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GAMMAINV function returns the inverse of the cumulative gamma distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 GAMMAINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @alpha <= 0 or @beta <= 0 GAMMAINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14006,12 +12138,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=GAMMADIST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1344
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1306
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CHIDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=CHIDIST(x,dof)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CHIDIST function returns the onetailed probability of the chi"
"squared distribution. @dof is the number of degrees of freedom.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CHIDIST function returns the onetailed probability of the chisquared distribution. @dof is the number of degrees of freedom.\n"
"\n"
"* If @dof is noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @dof < 1 CHIDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14024,8 +12155,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CHIDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=CHIDIST(x,dof)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CHIDIST function returns the onetailed probability of the chi"
"squared distribution. @dof is the number of degrees of freedom.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CHIDIST function returns the onetailed probability of the chisquared distribution. @dof is the number of degrees of freedom.\n"
"\n"
"* If @dof is noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @dof < 1 CHIDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14036,12 +12166,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CHIINV,CHITEST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1383
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1342
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CHIINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=CHIINV(p,dof)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CHIINV function returns the inverse of the onetailed "
"probability of the chisquared distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CHIINV function returns the inverse of the onetailed probability of the chisquared distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @dof < 1 CHIINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14053,8 +12182,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CHIINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=CHIINV(p,dof)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CHIINV function returns the inverse of the onetailed "
"probability of the chisquared distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CHIINV function returns the inverse of the onetailed probability of the chisquared distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @dof < 1 CHIINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14064,16 +12192,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CHIDIST,CHITEST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1420
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1376
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CHITEST\n"
"@SYNTAX=CHITEST(actual_range,theoretical_range)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CHITEST function returns the test for independence of chi"
"squared distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CHITEST function returns the test for independence of chisquared distribution.\n"
"\n"
"@actual_range is a range that contains the observed data points. "
"@theoretical_range is a range that contains the expected values of the data "
"points.\n"
+"@actual_range is a range that contains the observed data points. @theoretical_range is a range that contains the expected values of the data points.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 14083,12 +12208,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CHITEST\n"
"@SYNTAX=CHITEST(actual_range,theoretical_range)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CHITEST function returns the test for independence of chi"
"squared distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CHITEST function returns the test for independence of chisquared distribution.\n"
"\n"
"@actual_range is a range that contains the observed data points. "
"@theoretical_range is a range that contains the expected values of the data "
"points.\n"
+"@actual_range is a range that contains the observed data points. @theoretical_range is a range that contains the expected values of the data points.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 14096,12 +12218,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CHIDIST,CHIINV"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1561
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1517
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BETADIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=BETADIST(x,alpha,beta[,a,b])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BETADIST function returns the cumulative beta distribution. @a "
"is the optional lower bound of @x and @b is the optional upper bound of @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BETADIST function returns the cumulative beta distribution. @a is the optional lower bound of @x and @b is the optional upper bound of @x.\n"
"* If @a is not given, BETADIST uses 0.\n"
"* If @b is not given, BETADIST uses 1.\n"
"* If @x < @a or @x > @b BETADIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14116,8 +12237,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BETADIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=BETADIST(x,alpha,beta[,a,b])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BETADIST function returns the cumulative beta distribution. @a "
"is the optional lower bound of @x and @b is the optional upper bound of @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BETADIST function returns the cumulative beta distribution. @a is the optional lower bound of @x and @b is the optional upper bound of @x.\n"
"* If @a is not given, BETADIST uses 0.\n"
"* If @b is not given, BETADIST uses 1.\n"
"* If @x < @a or @x > @b BETADIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14130,13 +12250,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BETAINV"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1605
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1563
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BETAINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=BETAINV(p,alpha,beta[,a,b])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BETAINV function returns the inverse of cumulative beta "
"distribution. @a is the optional lower bound of @x and @b is the optional "
"upper bound of @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BETAINV function returns the inverse of cumulative beta distribution. @a is the optional lower bound of @x and @b is the optional upper bound of @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @a is not given, BETAINV uses 0.\n"
"* If @b is not given, BETAINV uses 1.\n"
@@ 14152,9 +12270,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BETAINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=BETAINV(p,alpha,beta[,a,b])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BETAINV function returns the inverse of cumulative beta "
"distribution. @a is the optional lower bound of @x and @b is the optional "
"upper bound of @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BETAINV function returns the inverse of cumulative beta distribution. @a is the optional lower bound of @x and @b is the optional upper bound of @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @a is not given, BETAINV uses 0.\n"
"* If @b is not given, BETAINV uses 1.\n"
@@ 14168,19 +12284,19 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BETADIST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1649
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1607
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=TDIST(x,dof,tails)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TDIST function returns the Student's tdistribution. @dof is "
"the degree of freedom and @tails is 1 or 2 depending on whether you want one"
"tailed or twotailed distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TDIST function returns the Student's tdistribution. @dof is the degree of freedom and @tails is 1 or 2 depending on whether you want onetailed or twotailed distribution.\n"
"@tails = 1 returns the size of the right tail.\n"
"\n"
"* If @dof < 1 TDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @tails is neither 1 or 2 TDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible for nonnegative @x.\n"
"\n"
+"Warning: the parameterization of this function is different from what is used for, e.g., NORMSDIST. This is a common source of mistakes, but necessary for compatibility.\n"
+"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"TDIST(2,5,1) equals 0.050969739.\n"
"TDIST(2,5,1) equals 0.949030261.\n"
@@ 14190,15 +12306,15 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=TDIST(x,dof,tails)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TDIST function returns the Student's tdistribution. @dof is "
"the degree of freedom and @tails is 1 or 2 depending on whether you want one"
"tailed or twotailed distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TDIST function returns the Student's tdistribution. @dof is the degree of freedom and @tails is 1 or 2 depending on whether you want onetailed or twotailed distribution.\n"
"@tails = 1 returns the size of the right tail.\n"
"\n"
"* If @dof < 1 TDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @tails is neither 1 or 2 TDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible for nonnegative @x.\n"
"\n"
+"Warning: the parameterisation of this function is different from what is used for, e.g., NORMSDIST. This is a common source of mistakes, but necessary for compatibility.\n"
+"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"TDIST(2,5,1) equals 0.050969739.\n"
"TDIST(2,5,1) equals 0.949030261.\n"
@@ 14206,16 +12322,17 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TINV,TTEST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1693
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1652
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=TINV(p,dof)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TINV function returns the inverse of the twotailed Student's t"
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TINV function returns the inverse of the twotailed Student's tdistribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @dof < 1 TINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
+"Warning: the parameterization of this function is different from what is used for, e.g., NORMSINV. This is a common source of mistakes, but necessary for compatibility.\n"
+"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"TINV(0.4,32) equals 0.852998454.\n"
"\n"
@@ 14223,24 +12340,23 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=TINV(p,dof)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TINV function returns the inverse of the twotailed Student's t"
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TINV function returns the inverse of the twotailed Student's tdistribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @dof < 1 TINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
+"Warning: the parameterisation of this function is different from what is used for, e.g., NORMSINV. This is a common source of mistakes, but necessary for compatibility.\n"
+"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"TINV(0.4,32) equals 0.852998454.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TDIST,TTEST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1730
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1690
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=FDIST(x,dof1,dof2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FDIST function returns the F probability distribution. @dof1 is "
"the numerator degrees of freedom and @dof2 is the denominator degrees of "
"freedom.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FDIST function returns the F probability distribution. @dof1 is the numerator degrees of freedom and @dof2 is the denominator degrees of freedom.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x < 0 FDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @dof1 < 1 or @dof2 < 1, FDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14253,9 +12369,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=FDIST(x,dof1,dof2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FDIST function returns the F probability distribution. @dof1 is "
"the numerator degrees of freedom and @dof2 is the denominator degrees of "
"freedom.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FDIST function returns the F probability distribution. @dof1 is the numerator degrees of freedom and @dof2 is the denominator degrees of freedom.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x < 0 FDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @dof1 < 1 or @dof2 < 1, FDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14266,12 +12380,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FINV"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1770
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1727
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LANDAU\n"
"@SYNTAX=LANDAU(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LANDAU returns the probability density p(x) at @x for the "
"Landau distribution using an approximation method. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LANDAU returns the probability density p(x) at @x for the Landau distribution using an approximation method. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"LANDAU(0.34).\n"
"\n"
@@ 14279,19 +12392,17 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LANDAU\n"
"@SYNTAX=LANDAU(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LANDAU returns the probability density p(x) at @x for the "
"Landau distribution using an approximation method. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LANDAU returns the probability density p(x) at @x for the Landau distribution using an approximation method. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"LANDAU(0.34).\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDLANDAU"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1915
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1872
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=FINV(p,dof1,dof2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FINV function returns the inverse of the F probability "
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FINV function returns the inverse of the F probability distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 FINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @dof1 < 1 or @dof2 < 1 FINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14304,8 +12415,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=FINV(p,dof1,dof2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FINV function returns the inverse of the F probability "
"distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FINV function returns the inverse of the F probability distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 FINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @dof1 < 1 or @dof2 < 1 FINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14316,14 +12426,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FDIST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1954
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1908
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BINOMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=BINOMDIST(n,trials,p,cumulative)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BINOMDIST function returns the binomial distribution. @n is the "
"number of successes, @trials is the total number of independent trials, @p "
"is the probability of success in trials, and @cumulative describes whether "
"to return the sum of the binomial function from 0 to @n.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BINOMDIST function returns the binomial distribution. @n is the number of successes, @trials is the total number of independent trials, @p is the probability of success in trials, and @cumulative describes whether to return the sum of the binomial function from 0 to @n.\n"
"\n"
"* If @n or @trials are noninteger they are truncated.\n"
"* If @n < 0 or @trials < 0 BINOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14338,10 +12445,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BINOMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=BINOMDIST(n,trials,p,cumulative)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BINOMDIST function returns the binomial distribution. @n is the "
"number of successes, @trials is the total number of independent trials, @p "
"is the probability of success in trials, and @cumulative describes whether "
"to return the sum of the binomial function from 0 to @n.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BINOMDIST function returns the binomial distribution. @n is the number of successes, @trials is the total number of independent trials, @p is the probability of success in trials, and @cumulative describes whether to return the sum of the binomial function from 0 to @n.\n"
"\n"
"* If @n or @trials are noninteger they are truncated.\n"
"* If @n < 0 or @trials < 0 BINOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14354,12 +12458,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=POISSON"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2003
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1953
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CAUCHY\n"
"@SYNTAX=CAUCHY(x,a,cum)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CAUCHY returns the Cauchy distribution with scale parameter @a. "
"If @cum is TRUE, CAUCHY returns the cumulative distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CAUCHY returns the Cauchy distribution with scale parameter @a. If @cum is TRUE, CAUCHY returns the cumulative distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @a < 0 CAUCHY returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @cum != TRUE and @cum != FALSE CAUCHY returns #VALUE! error.\n"
@@ 14371,8 +12474,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CAUCHY\n"
"@SYNTAX=CAUCHY(x,a,cum)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CAUCHY returns the Cauchy distribution with scale parameter @a. "
"If @cum is TRUE, CAUCHY returns the cumulative distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CAUCHY returns the Cauchy distribution with scale parameter @a. If @cum is TRUE, CAUCHY returns the cumulative distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @a < 0 CAUCHY returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @cum != TRUE and @cum != FALSE CAUCHY returns #VALUE! error.\n"
@@ 14382,14 +12484,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDCAUCHY"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2046
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:1991
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CRITBINOM\n"
"@SYNTAX=CRITBINOM(trials,p,alpha)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CRITBINOM function returns the smallest value for which the "
"cumulative is greater than or equal to a given value. @n is the number of "
"trials, @p is the probability of success in trials, and @alpha is the "
"criterion value.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CRITBINOM function returns the smallest value for which the cumulative is greater than or equal to a given value. @n is the number of trials, @p is the probability of success in trials, and @alpha is the criterion value.\n"
"\n"
"* If @trials is a noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @trials < 0 CRITBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14404,10 +12503,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CRITBINOM\n"
"@SYNTAX=CRITBINOM(trials,p,alpha)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CRITBINOM function returns the smallest value for which the "
"cumulative is greater than or equal to a given value. @n is the number of "
"trials, @p is the probability of success in trials, and @alpha is the "
"criterion value.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CRITBINOM function returns the smallest value for which the cumulative is greater than or equal to a given value. @n is the number of trials, @p is the probability of success in trials, and @alpha is the criterion value.\n"
"\n"
"* If @trials is a noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @trials < 0 CRITBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14420,12 +12516,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BINOMDIST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2089
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2031
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PERMUT\n"
"@SYNTAX=PERMUT(n,k)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PERMUT function returns the number of permutations. @n is the "
"number of objects, @k is the number of objects in each permutation.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PERMUT function returns the number of permutations. @n is the number of objects, @k is the number of objects in each permutation.\n"
"\n"
"* If @n = 0 PERMUT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @n < @k PERMUT returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14438,8 +12533,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PERMUT\n"
"@SYNTAX=PERMUT(n,k)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PERMUT function returns the number of permutations. @n is the "
"number of objects, @k is the number of objects in each permutation.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PERMUT function returns the number of permutations. @n is the number of objects, @k is the number of objects in each permutation.\n"
"\n"
"* If @n = 0 PERMUT returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @n < @k PERMUT returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14450,16 +12544,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COMBIN"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2127
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2067
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=HYPGEOMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=HYPGEOMDIST(x,n,M,N[,cumulative])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HYPGEOMDIST function returns the hypergeometric distribution. "
"@x is the number of successes in the sample, @n is the number of trials, @M "
"is the number of successes overall, and @N is the population size.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HYPGEOMDIST function returns the hypergeometric distribution. @x is the number of successes in the sample, @n is the number of trials, @M is the number of successes overall, and @N is the population size.\n"
"\n"
"If the optional argument @cumulative is TRUE, the cumulative left tail will "
"be returned.\n"
+"If the optional argument @cumulative is TRUE, the cumulative left tail will be returned.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x,@n,@M or @N is a noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @x,@n,@M or @N < 0 HYPGEOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14473,12 +12564,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=HYPGEOMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=HYPGEOMDIST(x,n,M,N[,cumulative])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=HYPGEOMDIST function returns the hypergeometric distribution. "
"@x is the number of successes in the sample, @n is the number of trials, @M "
"is the number of successes overall, and @N is the population size.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=HYPGEOMDIST function returns the hypergeometric distribution. @x is the number of successes in the sample, @n is the number of trials, @M is the number of successes overall, and @N is the population size.\n"
"\n"
"If the optional argument @cumulative is TRUE, the cumulative left tail will "
"be returned.\n"
+"If the optional argument @cumulative is TRUE, the cumulative left tail will be returned.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x,@n,@M or @N is a noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @x,@n,@M or @N < 0 HYPGEOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14490,13 +12578,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BINOMDIST,POISSON"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2174
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2114
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CONFIDENCE\n"
"@SYNTAX=CONFIDENCE(x,stddev,size)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CONFIDENCE function returns the confidence interval for a mean. "
"@x is the significance level, @stddev is the population standard deviation, "
"and @size is the size of the sample.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CONFIDENCE function returns the confidence interval for a mean. @x is the significance level, @stddev is the population standard deviation, and @size is the size of the sample.\n"
"\n"
"* If @size is noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @size < 0 CONFIDENCE returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14510,9 +12596,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CONFIDENCE\n"
"@SYNTAX=CONFIDENCE(x,stddev,size)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CONFIDENCE function returns the confidence interval for a mean. "
"@x is the significance level, @stddev is the population standard deviation, "
"and @size is the size of the sample.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CONFIDENCE function returns the confidence interval for a mean. @x is the significance level, @stddev is the population standard deviation, and @size is the size of the sample.\n"
"\n"
"* If @size is noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @size < 0 CONFIDENCE returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14524,13 +12608,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2218
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2152
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=STANDARDIZE\n"
"@SYNTAX=STANDARDIZE(x,mean,stddev)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STANDARDIZE function returns a normalized value. @x is the "
"number to be normalized, @mean is the mean of the distribution, @stddev is "
"the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STANDARDIZE function returns a normalized value. @x is the number to be normalized, @mean is the mean of the distribution, @stddev is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @stddev is 0 STANDARDIZE returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14542,9 +12624,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=STANDARDIZE\n"
"@SYNTAX=STANDARDIZE(x,mean,stddev)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STANDARDIZE function returns a normalised value. @x is the "
"number to be normalised, @mean is the mean of the distribution, @stddev is "
"the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STANDARDIZE function returns a normalised value. @x is the number to be normalised, @mean is the mean of the distribution, @stddev is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @stddev is 0 STANDARDIZE returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14554,12 +12634,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2259
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2189
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=WEIBULL\n"
"@SYNTAX=WEIBULL(x,alpha,beta,cumulative)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=WEIBULL function returns the Weibull distribution. If the "
"@cumulative boolean is true it will return:\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=WEIBULL function returns the Weibull distribution. If the @cumulative boolean is true it will return:\n"
"\n"
"\t1  exp ((@x/@beta)^@alpha),\n"
"\n"
@@ 14578,8 +12657,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=WEIBULL\n"
"@SYNTAX=WEIBULL(x,alpha,beta,cumulative)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=WEIBULL function returns the Weibull distribution. If the "
"@cumulative boolean is true it will return:\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=WEIBULL function returns the Weibull distribution. If the @cumulative boolean is true it will return:\n"
"\n"
"\t1  exp ((@x/@beta)^@alpha),\n"
"\n"
@@ 14596,16 +12674,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=POISSON"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2308
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2231
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NORMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=NORMDIST(x,mean,stddev,cumulative)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=The NORMDIST function returns the value of the probability "
"density function or the cumulative distribution function for the normal "
"distribution with the mean given by @mean, and the standard deviation given "
"by @stddev. If @cumulative is FALSE, NORMDIST returns the value of the "
"probability density function at the value @x. If @cumulative is TRUE, "
"NORMDIST returns the value of the cumulative distribution function at @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=The NORMDIST function returns the value of the probability density function or the cumulative distribution function for the normal distribution with the mean given by @mean, and the standard deviation given by @stddev. If @cumulative is FALSE, NORMDIST returns the value of the probability density function at the value @x. If @cumulative is TRUE, NORMDIST returns the value of the cumulative distribution function at @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @stddev is 0 NORMDIST returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14617,12 +12690,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NORMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=NORMDIST(x,mean,stddev,cumulative)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=The NORMDIST function returns the value of the probability "
"density function or the cumulative distribution function for the normal "
"distribution with the mean given by @mean, and the standard deviation given "
"by @stddev. If @cumulative is FALSE, NORMDIST returns the value of the "
"probability density function at the value @x. If @cumulative is TRUE, "
"NORMDIST returns the value of the cumulative distribution function at @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=The NORMDIST function returns the value of the probability density function or the cumulative distribution function for the normal distribution with the mean given by @mean, and the standard deviation given by @stddev. If @cumulative is FALSE, NORMDIST returns the value of the probability density function at the value @x. If @cumulative is TRUE, NORMDIST returns the value of the cumulative distribution function at @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @stddev is 0 NORMDIST returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14632,14 +12700,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=POISSON"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2361
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2277
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NORMINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=NORMINV(p,mean,stddev)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NORMINV function returns the inverse of the normal cumulative "
"distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal "
"distribution, @mean is the arithmetic mean of the distribution, and @stddev "
"is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NORMINV function returns the inverse of the normal cumulative distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal distribution, @mean is the arithmetic mean of the distribution, and @stddev is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @stddev <= 0 NORMINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14651,10 +12716,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NORMINV\n"
"@SYNTAX=NORMINV(p,mean,stddev)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NORMINV function returns the inverse of the normal cumulative "
"distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal "
"distribution, @mean is the arithmetic mean of the distribution, and @stddev "
"is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NORMINV function returns the inverse of the normal cumulative distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal distribution, @mean is the arithmetic mean of the distribution, and @stddev is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n"
"\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @stddev <= 0 NORMINV returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14664,61 +12726,49 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NORMDIST,NORMSDIST,NORMSINV,STANDARDIZE,ZTEST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2402
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2316
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=KURT\n"
"@SYNTAX=KURT(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=KURT returns an unbiased estimate of the kurtosis of a data "
"set.\n"
"Note, that this is only meaningful if the underlying distribution really has "
"a fourth moment. The kurtosis is offset by three such that a normal "
"distribution will have zero kurtosis.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=KURT returns an unbiased estimate of the kurtosis of a data set.\n"
+"Note, that this is only meaningful if the underlying distribution really has a fourth moment. The kurtosis is offset by three such that a normal distribution will have zero kurtosis.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If fewer than four numbers are given or all of them are equal KURT returns "
"#DIV/0! error.\n"
+"* If fewer than four numbers are given or all of them are equal KURT returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"KURT(A1:A5) equals 1.234546305.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VAR,SKEW,KURTP"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=KURT\n"
"@SYNTAX=KURT(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=KURT returns an unbiased estimate of the kurtosis of a data "
"set.\n"
"Note, that this is only meaningful if the underlying distribution really has "
"a fourth moment. The kurtosis is offset by three such that a normal "
"distribution will have zero kurtosis.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=KURT returns an unbiased estimate of the kurtosis of a data set.\n"
+"Note, that this is only meaningful if the underlying distribution really has a fourth moment. The kurtosis is offset by three such that a normal distribution will have zero kurtosis.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If fewer than four numbers are given or all of them are equal KURT returns "
"#DIV/0! error.\n"
+"* If fewer than four numbers are given or all of them are equal KURT returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"KURT(A1:A5) equals 1.234546305.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VAR,SKEW,KURTP"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2444
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2357
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=KURTP\n"
"@SYNTAX=KURTP(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=KURTP returns the population kurtosis of a data set.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If fewer than two numbers are given or all of them are equal KURTP returns "
"#DIV/0! error.\n"
+"* If fewer than two numbers are given or all of them are equal KURTP returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"KURTP(A1:A5) equals 0.691363424.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VARP,SKEWP,KURT"
@@ 14728,79 +12778,69 @@ msgstr ""
"@DESCRIPTION=KURTP returns the population kurtosis of a data set.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If fewer than two numbers are given or all of them are equal KURTP returns "
"#DIV/0! error.\n"
+"* If fewer than two numbers are given or all of them are equal KURTP returns #DIV/0! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"KURTP(A1:A5) equals 0.691363424.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VARP,SKEWP,KURT"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2480
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2392
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=AVEDEV\n"
"@SYNTAX=AVEDEV(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AVEDEV returns the average of the absolute deviations of a data "
"set from their mean.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AVEDEV returns the average of the absolute deviations of a data set from their mean.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"AVEDEV(A1:A5) equals 7.84.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEV"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=AVEDEV\n"
"@SYNTAX=AVEDEV(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AVEDEV returns the average of the absolute deviations of a data "
"set from their mean.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AVEDEV returns the average of the absolute deviations of a data set from their mean.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"AVEDEV(A1:A5) equals 7.84.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEV"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2514
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2425
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DEVSQ\n"
"@SYNTAX=DEVSQ(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DEVSQ returns the sum of squares of deviations of a data set "
"from the sample mean.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DEVSQ returns the sum of squares of deviations of a data set from the sample mean.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"DEVSQ(A1:A5) equals 470.56.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEV"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=DEVSQ\n"
"@SYNTAX=DEVSQ(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=DEVSQ returns the sum of squares of deviations of a data set "
"from the sample mean.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=DEVSQ returns the sum of squares of deviations of a data set from the sample mean.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"DEVSQ(A1:A5) equals 470.56.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEV"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2550
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2460
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FISHER\n"
"@SYNTAX=FISHER(x)\n"
@@ 14828,13 +12868,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=SKEW"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2588
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2498
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=POISSON\n"
"@SYNTAX=POISSON(x,mean,cumulative)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=POISSON function returns the Poisson distribution. @x is the "
"number of events, @mean is the expected numeric value @cumulative describes "
"whether to return the sum of the Poisson function from 0 to @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=POISSON function returns the Poisson distribution. @x is the number of events, @mean is the expected numeric value @cumulative describes whether to return the sum of the Poisson function from 0 to @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x is a noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @x < 0 POISSON returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14848,9 +12886,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=POISSON\n"
"@SYNTAX=POISSON(x,mean,cumulative)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=POISSON function returns the Poisson distribution. @x is the "
"number of events, @mean is the expected numeric value @cumulative describes "
"whether to return the sum of the Poisson function from 0 to @x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=POISSON function returns the Poisson distribution. @x is the number of events, @mean is the expected numeric value @cumulative describes whether to return the sum of the Poisson function from 0 to @x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @x is a noninteger it is truncated.\n"
"* If @x < 0 POISSON returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 14862,12 +12898,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=NORMDIST, WEIBULL"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2634
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2540
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PEARSON\n"
"@SYNTAX=PEARSON(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PEARSON returns the Pearson correlation coefficient of two data "
"sets.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PEARSON returns the Pearson correlation coefficient of two data sets.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14878,8 +12913,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PEARSON\n"
"@SYNTAX=PEARSON(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PEARSON returns the Pearson correlation coefficient of two data "
"sets.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PEARSON returns the Pearson correlation coefficient of two data sets.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14888,12 +12922,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=INTERCEPT,LINEST,RSQ,SLOPE,STEYX"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2662
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2568
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RSQ\n"
"@SYNTAX=RSQ(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RSQ returns the square of the Pearson correlation coefficient "
"of two data sets.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RSQ returns the square of the Pearson correlation coefficient of two data sets.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14904,8 +12937,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RSQ\n"
"@SYNTAX=RSQ(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RSQ returns the square of the Pearson correlation coefficient "
"of two data sets.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RSQ returns the square of the Pearson correlation coefficient of two data sets.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
@@ 14914,20 +12946,18 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CORREL,COVAR,INTERCEPT,LINEST,LOGEST,PEARSON,SLOPE,STEYX,TREND"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2695
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2602
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MEDIAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=MEDIAN(n1, n2, ...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MEDIAN returns the median of the given data set.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If even numbers are given MEDIAN returns the average of the two numbers in "
"the middle.\n"
+"* If even numbers are given MEDIAN returns the average of the two numbers in the middle.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MEDIAN(A1:A5) equals 21.3.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,COUNT,COUNTA,DAVERAGE,MODE,SSMEDIAN,SUM"
@@ 14937,31 +12967,25 @@ msgstr ""
"@DESCRIPTION=MEDIAN returns the median of the given data set.\n"
"\n"
"* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n"
"* If even numbers are given MEDIAN returns the average of the two numbers in "
"the middle.\n"
+"* If even numbers are given MEDIAN returns the average of the two numbers in the middle.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MEDIAN(A1:A5) equals 21.3.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,COUNT,COUNTA,DAVERAGE,MODE,SSMEDIAN,SUM"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2732
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2638
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SSMEDIAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=SSMEDIAN(array[,interval)]\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=The SSMEDIAN function returns the median for grouped data as "
"commonly determined in the social sciences. The data points given in @array "
"are assumed to be the result of grouping data into intervals of length "
"@interval\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=The SSMEDIAN function returns the median for grouped data as commonly determined in the social sciences. The data points given in @array are assumed to be the result of grouping data into intervals of length @interval\n"
"\n"
"* If @interval is not given, SSMEDIAN uses 1.\n"
"* If @array is empty, SSMEDIAN returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @interval <= 0, SSMEDIAN returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* SSMEDIAN does not check whether the data points are at least @interval "
"apart.\n"
+"* SSMEDIAN does not check whether the data points are at least @interval apart.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, A3 contain numbers 7, 8, 8. Then\n"
@@ 14971,16 +12995,12 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SSMEDIAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=SSMEDIAN(array[,interval)]\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=The SSMEDIAN function returns the median for grouped data as "
"commonly determined in the social sciences. The data points given in @array "
"are assumed to be the result of grouping data into intervals of length "
"@interval\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=The SSMEDIAN function returns the median for grouped data as commonly determined in the social sciences. The data points given in @array are assumed to be the result of grouping data into intervals of length @interval\n"
"\n"
"* If @interval is not given, SSMEDIAN uses 1.\n"
"* If @array is empty, SSMEDIAN returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @interval <= 0, SSMEDIAN returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* SSMEDIAN does not check whether the data points are at least @interval "
"apart.\n"
+"* SSMEDIAN does not check whether the data points are at least @interval apart.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, A3 contain numbers 7, 8, 8. Then\n"
@@ 14988,20 +13008,18 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MEDIAN"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2838
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2744
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LARGE\n"
"@SYNTAX=LARGE(n1, n2, ..., k)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LARGE returns the kth largest value in a data set.\n"
"\n"
"* If data set is empty LARGE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @k <= 0 or @k is greater than the number of data items given LARGE "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @k <= 0 or @k is greater than the number of data items given LARGE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"LARGE(A1:A5,2) equals 25.9.\n"
"LARGE(A1:A5,4) equals 17.3.\n"
"\n"
@@ 15012,32 +13030,28 @@ msgstr ""
"@DESCRIPTION=LARGE returns the kth largest value in a data set.\n"
"\n"
"* If data set is empty LARGE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @k <= 0 or @k is greater than the number of data items given LARGE "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @k <= 0 or @k is greater than the number of data items given LARGE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"LARGE(A1:A5,2) equals 25.9.\n"
"LARGE(A1:A5,4) equals 17.3.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PERCENTILE,PERCENTRANK,QUARTILE,SMALL"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2888
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2793
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SMALL\n"
"@SYNTAX=SMALL(n1, n2, ..., k)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SMALL returns the kth smallest value in a data set.\n"
"\n"
"* If data set is empty SMALL returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @k <= 0 or @k is greater than the number of data items given SMALL "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @k <= 0 or @k is greater than the number of data items given SMALL returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"SMALL(A1:A5,2) equals 17.3.\n"
"SMALL(A1:A5,4) equals 25.9.\n"
"\n"
@@ 15048,31 +13062,25 @@ msgstr ""
"@DESCRIPTION=SMALL returns the kth smallest value in a data set.\n"
"\n"
"* If data set is empty SMALL returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @k <= 0 or @k is greater than the number of data items given SMALL "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @k <= 0 or @k is greater than the number of data items given SMALL returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"SMALL(A1:A5,2) equals 17.3.\n"
"SMALL(A1:A5,4) equals 25.9.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PERCENTILE,PERCENTRANK,QUARTILE,LARGE"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2961
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2865
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PROB\n"
"@SYNTAX=PROB(x_range,prob_range,lower_limit[,upper_limit])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PROB function returns the probability that values in a range or "
"an array are between two limits. If @upper_limit is not given, PROB returns "
"the probability that values in @x_range are equal to @lower_limit.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PROB function returns the probability that values in a range or an array are between two limits. If @upper_limit is not given, PROB returns the probability that values in @x_range are equal to @lower_limit.\n"
"\n"
"* If the sum of the probabilities in @prob_range is not equal to 1 PROB "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If the sum of the probabilities in @prob_range is not equal to 1 PROB returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If any value in @prob_range is <=0 or > 1, PROB returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @x_range and @prob_range contain a different number of data entries, "
"PROB returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @x_range and @prob_range contain a different number of data entries, PROB returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 15081,58 +13089,46 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PROB\n"
"@SYNTAX=PROB(x_range,prob_range,lower_limit[,upper_limit])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PROB function returns the probability that values in a range or "
"an array are between two limits. If @upper_limit is not given, PROB returns "
"the probability that values in @x_range are equal to @lower_limit.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PROB function returns the probability that values in a range or an array are between two limits. If @upper_limit is not given, PROB returns the probability that values in @x_range are equal to @lower_limit.\n"
"\n"
"* If the sum of the probabilities in @prob_range is not equal to 1 PROB "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If the sum of the probabilities in @prob_range is not equal to 1 PROB returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If any value in @prob_range is <=0 or > 1, PROB returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @x_range and @prob_range contain a different number of data entries, "
"PROB returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @x_range and @prob_range contain a different number of data entries, PROB returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=BINOMDIST,CRITBINOM"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3056
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:2960
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=STEYX\n"
"@SYNTAX=STEYX(known_y's,known_x's)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STEYX function returns the standard error of the predicted y"
"value for each x in the regression.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STEYX function returns the standard error of the predicted yvalue for each x in the regression.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_y's and @known_x's are empty or have a different number of "
"arguments then STEYX returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @known_y's and @known_x's are empty or have a different number of arguments then STEYX returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"STEYX(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 1.101509979.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PEARSON,RSQ,SLOPE"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=STEYX\n"
"@SYNTAX=STEYX(known_y's,known_x's)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STEYX function returns the standard error of the predicted y"
"value for each x in the regression.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STEYX function returns the standard error of the predicted yvalue for each x in the regression.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_y's and @known_x's are empty or have a different number of "
"arguments then STEYX returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @known_y's and @known_x's are empty or have a different number of arguments then STEYX returns #N/A error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"STEYX(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 1.101509979.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=PEARSON,RSQ,SLOPE"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3214
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3118
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ZTEST\n"
"@SYNTAX=ZTEST(ref,x)\n"
@@ 15144,8 +13140,7 @@ msgid ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"ZTEST(A1:A5,20) equals 0.254717826.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CONFIDENCE,NORMDIST,NORMINV,NORMSDIST,NORMSINV,STANDARDIZE"
@@ 15160,139 +13155,103 @@ msgstr ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"ZTEST(A1:A5,20) equals 0.254717826.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CONFIDENCE,NORMDIST,NORMINV,NORMSDIST,NORMSINV,STANDARDIZE"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3271
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3174
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=AVERAGEA\n"
"@SYNTAX=AVERAGEA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AVERAGEA returns the average of the given arguments. Numbers, "
"text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell "
"contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value "
"zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). "
"Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AVERAGEA returns the average of the given arguments. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"AVERAGEA(A1:A5) equals 18.94.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=AVERAGEA\n"
"@SYNTAX=AVERAGEA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=AVERAGEA returns the average of the given arguments. Numbers, "
"text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell "
"contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value "
"zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). "
"Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=AVERAGEA returns the average of the given arguments. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"AVERAGEA(A1:A5) equals 18.94.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=AVERAGE"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3310
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3212
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MAXA\n"
"@SYNTAX=MAXA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MAXA returns the largest value of the given arguments. "
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the "
"cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MAXA returns the largest value of the given arguments. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MAXA(A1:A5) equals 40.1.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MAX,MINA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MAXA\n"
"@SYNTAX=MAXA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MAXA returns the largest value of the given arguments. "
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the "
"cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MAXA returns the largest value of the given arguments. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MAXA(A1:A5) equals 40.1.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MAX,MINA"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3349
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3250
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MINA\n"
"@SYNTAX=MINA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MINA returns the smallest value of the given arguments. "
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the "
"cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MINA returns the smallest value of the given arguments. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MINA(A1:A5) equals 0.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MIN,MAXA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MINA\n"
"@SYNTAX=MINA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MINA returns the smallest value of the given arguments. "
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the "
"cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MINA returns the smallest value of the given arguments. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"MINA(A1:A5) equals 0.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MIN,MAXA"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3388
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3288
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=VARA\n"
"@SYNTAX=VARA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=VARA calculates sample variance of the given sample.\n"
"To get the true variance of a complete population use VARPA.\n"
"VARA is also known as the N1variance.\n"
"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the "
"true variance.\n"
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the "
"cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the true variance.\n"
+"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"VARA(A1:A5) equals 228.613.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=VAR,VARPA"
@@ 15302,38 +13261,29 @@ msgstr ""
"@DESCRIPTION=VARA calculates sample variance of the given sample.\n"
"To get the true variance of a complete population use VARPA.\n"
"VARA is also known as the N1variance.\n"
"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the "
"true variance.\n"
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the "
"cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the true variance.\n"
+"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"VARA(A1:A5) equals 228.613.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=VAR,VARPA"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3433
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3332
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=VARPA\n"
"@SYNTAX=VARPA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=VARPA calculates the variance of an entire population.\n"
"VARPA is also known as the Nvariance.\n"
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If "
"the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"VARPA(A1:A5) equals 182.8904.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=VARA,VARP"
@@ 15342,124 +13292,90 @@ msgstr ""
"@SYNTAX=VARPA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=VARPA calculates the variance of an entire population.\n"
"VARPA is also known as the Nvariance.\n"
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If "
"the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"VARPA(A1:A5) equals 182.8904.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=VARA,VARP"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3473
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3371
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=STDEVA\n"
"@SYNTAX=STDEVA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVA returns the sample standard deviation of the given "
"sample.\n"
"To obtain the population standard deviation of a whole population use "
"STDEVPA.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVA returns the sample standard deviation of the given sample.\n"
+"To obtain the population standard deviation of a whole population use STDEVPA.\n"
"STDEVA is also known as the N1standard deviation.\n"
"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the "
"true population standard deviation.\n"
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If "
"the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the true population standard deviation.\n"
+"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"STDEVA(A1:A5) equals 15.119953704.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEV,STDEVPA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=STDEVA\n"
"@SYNTAX=STDEVA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVA returns the sample standard deviation of the given "
"sample.\n"
"To obtain the population standard deviation of a whole population use "
"STDEVPA.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVA returns the sample standard deviation of the given sample.\n"
+"To obtain the population standard deviation of a whole population use STDEVPA.\n"
"STDEVA is also known as the N1standard deviation.\n"
"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the "
"true population standard deviation.\n"
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If "
"the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"Under reasonable conditions, it is the maximumlikelihood estimator for the true population standard deviation.\n"
+"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"STDEVA(A1:A5) equals 15.119953704.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEV,STDEVPA"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3519
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3416
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=STDEVPA\n"
"@SYNTAX=STDEVPA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVPA returns the population standard deviation of an entire "
"population.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVPA returns the population standard deviation of an entire population.\n"
"This is also known as the Nstandard deviation\n"
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If "
"the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"STDEVPA(A1:A5) equals 13.523697719.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEVA,STDEVP"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=STDEVPA\n"
"@SYNTAX=STDEVPA(number1,number2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVPA returns the population standard deviation of an entire "
"population.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=STDEVPA returns the population standard deviation of an entire population.\n"
"This is also known as the Nstandard deviation\n"
"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If "
"the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as "
"value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one "
"(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
+"Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings "
"11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings 11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"STDEVPA(A1:A5) equals 13.523697719.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEVA,STDEVP"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3560
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3456
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PERCENTRANK\n"
"@SYNTAX=PERCENTRANK(array,x[,significance])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PERCENTRANK function returns the rank of a data point in a data "
"set. @array is the range of numeric values, @x is the data point which you "
"want to rank, and the optional @significance specifies the number of "
"significant digits for the returned value, truncating the remainder. If "
"@significance is omitted, PERCENTRANK uses three digits.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PERCENTRANK function returns the rank of a data point in a data set. @array is the range of numeric values, @x is the data point which you want to rank, and the optional @significance specifies the number of significant digits for the returned value, truncating the remainder. If @significance is omitted, PERCENTRANK uses three digits.\n"
"\n"
"* If @array contains no data points, PERCENTRANK returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @significance is less than one, PERCENTRANK returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @x exceeds the largest value or is less than the smallest value in "
"@array, PERCENTRANK returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @x does not match any of the values in @array or @x matches more than "
"once, PERCENTRANK interpolates the returned value.\n"
+"* If @x exceeds the largest value or is less than the smallest value in @array, PERCENTRANK returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @x does not match any of the values in @array or @x matches more than once, PERCENTRANK interpolates the returned value.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 15467,65 +13383,52 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PERCENTRANK\n"
"@SYNTAX=PERCENTRANK(array,x[,significance])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PERCENTRANK function returns the rank of a data point in a data "
"set. @array is the range of numeric values, @x is the data point which you "
"want to rank, and the optional @significance specifies the number of "
"significant digits for the returned value, truncating the remainder. If "
"@significance is omitted, PERCENTRANK uses three digits.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PERCENTRANK function returns the rank of a data point in a data set. @array is the range of numeric values, @x is the data point which you want to rank, and the optional @significance specifies the number of significant digits for the returned value, truncating the remainder. If @significance is omitted, PERCENTRANK uses three digits.\n"
"\n"
"* If @array contains no data points, PERCENTRANK returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @significance is less than one, PERCENTRANK returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @x exceeds the largest value or is less than the smallest value in "
"@array, PERCENTRANK returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @x does not match any of the values in @array or @x matches more than "
"once, PERCENTRANK interpolates the returned value.\n"
+"* If @x exceeds the largest value or is less than the smallest value in @array, PERCENTRANK returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @x does not match any of the values in @array or @x matches more than once, PERCENTRANK interpolates the returned value.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LARGE,MAX,MEDIAN,MIN,PERCENTILE,QUARTILE,SMALL"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3673
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3569
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PERCENTILE\n"
"@SYNTAX=PERCENTILE(array,k)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PERCENTILE function returns the 100*@kth percentile of the "
"given data points (that is, a number x such that a fraction @k of the data "
"points are less than x).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PERCENTILE function returns the 100*@kth percentile of the given data points (that is, a number x such that a fraction @k of the data points are less than x).\n"
"\n"
"* If @array is empty, PERCENTILE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @k < 0 or @k > 1, PERCENTILE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"PERCENTILE(A1:A5,0.42) equals 20.02.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=QUARTILE"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PERCENTILE\n"
"@SYNTAX=PERCENTILE(array,k)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PERCENTILE function returns the 100*@kth percentile of the "
"given data points (that is, a number x such that a fraction @k of the data "
"points are less than x).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PERCENTILE function returns the 100*@kth percentile of the given data points (that is, a number x such that a fraction @k of the data points are less than x).\n"
"\n"
"* If @array is empty, PERCENTILE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @k < 0 or @k > 1, PERCENTILE returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"PERCENTILE(A1:A5,0.42) equals 20.02.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=QUARTILE"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3725
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3621
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=QUARTILE\n"
"@SYNTAX=QUARTILE(array,quart)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=QUARTILE function returns the quartile of the given data "
"points.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=QUARTILE function returns the quartile of the given data points.\n"
"\n"
"If @quart is equal to: QUARTILE returns:\n"
"0 the smallest value of @array.\n"
@@ 15540,16 +13443,14 @@ msgid ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"QUARTILE(A1:A5,1) equals 17.3.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LARGE,MAX,MEDIAN,MIN,PERCENTILE,SMALL"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=QUARTILE\n"
"@SYNTAX=QUARTILE(array,quart)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=QUARTILE function returns the quartile of the given data "
"points.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=QUARTILE function returns the quartile of the given data points.\n"
"\n"
"If @quart is equal to: QUARTILE returns:\n"
"0 the smallest value of @array.\n"
@@ 15564,68 +13465,56 @@ msgstr ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n"
"QUARTILE(A1:A5,1) equals 17.3.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LARGE,MAX,MEDIAN,MIN,PERCENTILE,SMALL"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3784
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3680
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FTEST\n"
"@SYNTAX=FTEST(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FTEST function returns the twotailed probability that the "
"variances in the given two data sets are not significantly different.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FTEST function returns the twotailed probability that the variances in the given two data sets are not significantly different.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"FTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 0.510815017.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FDIST,FINV"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FTEST\n"
"@SYNTAX=FTEST(array1,array2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FTEST function returns the twotailed probability that the "
"variances in the given two data sets are not significantly different.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FTEST function returns the twotailed probability that the variances in the given two data sets are not significantly different.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"FTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 0.510815017.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FDIST,FINV"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3841
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3737
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TTEST\n"
"@SYNTAX=TTEST(array1,array2,tails,type)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TTEST function returns the probability of a Student's tTest. \n"
"@array1 is the first data set and @array2 is the second data set. If @tails "
"is one, TTEST uses the onetailed distribution and if @tails is two, TTEST "
"uses the twotailed distribution. @type determines the kind of the test:\n"
+"@array1 is the first data set and @array2 is the second data set. If @tails is one, TTEST uses the onetailed distribution and if @tails is two, TTEST uses the twotailed distribution. @type determines the kind of the test:\n"
"\n"
"\t1 Paired test\n"
"\t2 Twosample equal variance\n"
"\t3 Twosample unequal variance\n"
"\n"
"* If the data sets contain a different number of data points and the test is "
"paired (@type one), TTEST returns the #N/A error.\n"
+"* If the data sets contain a different number of data points and the test is paired (@type one), TTEST returns the #N/A error.\n"
"* @tails and @type are truncated to integers.\n"
"* If @tails is not one or two, TTEST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @type is any other than one, two, or three, TTEST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"TTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5,1,1) equals 0.003127619.\n"
"TTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5,2,1) equals 0.006255239.\n"
"TTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5,1,2) equals 0.111804322.\n"
@@ 15636,25 +13525,20 @@ msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TTEST\n"
"@SYNTAX=TTEST(array1,array2,tails,type)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TTEST function returns the probability of a Student's tTest. \n"
"@array1 is the first data set and @array2 is the second data set. If @tails "
"is one, TTEST uses the onetailed distribution and if @tails is two, TTEST "
"uses the twotailed distribution. @type determines the kind of the test:\n"
+"@array1 is the first data set and @array2 is the second data set. If @tails is one, TTEST uses the onetailed distribution and if @tails is two, TTEST uses the twotailed distribution. @type determines the kind of the test:\n"
"\n"
"\t1 Paired test\n"
"\t2 Twosample equal variance\n"
"\t3 Twosample unequal variance\n"
"\n"
"* If the data sets contain a different number of data points and the test is "
"paired (@type one), TTEST returns the #N/A error.\n"
+"* If the data sets contain a different number of data points and the test is paired (@type one), TTEST returns the #N/A error.\n"
"* @tails and @type are truncated to integers.\n"
"* If @tails is not one or two, TTEST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @type is any other than one, two, or three, TTEST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"TTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5,1,1) equals 0.003127619.\n"
"TTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5,2,1) equals 0.006255239.\n"
"TTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5,1,2) equals 0.111804322.\n"
@@ 15662,17 +13546,13 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FDIST,FINV"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:4012
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3904
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FREQUENCY\n"
"@SYNTAX=FREQUENCY(data_array,bins_array)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FREQUENCY function counts how often given values occur within a "
"range of values. The results are given as an array.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FREQUENCY function counts how often given values occur within a range of values. The results are given as an array.\n"
"\n"
"@data_array is a data array for which you want to count the frequencies. "
"@bin_array is an array containing the intervals into which you want to group "
"the values in data_array. If the @bin_array is empty, FREQUENCY returns the "
"number of data points in @data_array.\n"
+"@data_array is a data array for which you want to count the frequencies. @bin_array is an array containing the intervals into which you want to group the values in data_array. If the @bin_array is empty, FREQUENCY returns the number of data points in @data_array.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 15682,13 +13562,9 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FREQUENCY\n"
"@SYNTAX=FREQUENCY(data_array,bins_array)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FREQUENCY function counts how often given values occur within a "
"range of values. The results are given as an array.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FREQUENCY function counts how often given values occur within a range of values. The results are given as an array.\n"
"\n"
"@data_array is a data array for which you want to count the frequencies. "
"@bin_array is an array containing the intervals into which you want to group "
"the values in data_array. If the @bin_array is empty, FREQUENCY returns the "
"number of data points in @data_array.\n"
+"@data_array is a data array for which you want to count the frequencies. @bin_array is an array containing the intervals into which you want to group the values in data_array. If the @bin_array is empty, FREQUENCY returns the number of data points in @data_array.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 15696,32 +13572,19 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:4092
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3984
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LINEST\n"
"@SYNTAX=LINEST(known_y's[,known_x's[,const[,stat]]])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LINEST function calculates the ``least squares'' line that best "
"fit to your data in @known_y's. @known_x's contains the corresponding x's "
"where y=mx+b.\n"
"\n"
"LINEST returns an array having two columns and one row. The slope (m) of "
"the regression line y=mx+b is given in the first column and the yintercept "
"(b) in the second.\n"
"\n"
"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned. Extra "
"statistical information is written bellow the regression line coefficients "
"in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of "
"data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m1, "
"(m2, ...), b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and "
"the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the F"
"observed value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the "
"regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LINEST function calculates the ``least squares'' line that best fit to your data in @known_y's. @known_x's contains the corresponding x's where y=mx+b.\n"
+"\n"
+"LINEST returns an array having two columns and one row. The slope (m) of the regression line y=mx+b is given in the first column and the yintercept (b) in the second.\n"
+"\n"
+"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned. Extra statistical information is written below the regression line coefficients in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m1, (m2, ...), b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the Fobserved value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used.\n"
"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LINEST "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i."
"e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
+"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LINEST returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i.e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
"* The default of @stat is FALSE.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 15730,117 +13593,72 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LINEST\n"
"@SYNTAX=LINEST(known_y's[,known_x's[,const[,stat]]])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LINEST function calculates the ``least squares'' line that best "
"fit to your data in @known_y's. @known_x's contains the corresponding x's "
"where y=mx+b.\n"
"\n"
"LINEST returns an array having two columns and one row. The slope (m) of "
"the regression line y=mx+b is given in the first column and the yintercept "
"(b) in the second.\n"
"\n"
"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned. Extra "
"statistical information is written bellow the regression line coefficients "
"in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of "
"data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m1, "
"(m2, ...), b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and "
"the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the F"
"observed value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the "
"regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LINEST function calculates the ``least squares'' line that best fit to your data in @known_y's. @known_x's contains the corresponding x's where y=mx+b.\n"
+"\n"
+"LINEST returns an array having two columns and one row. The slope (m) of the regression line y=mx+b is given in the first column and the yintercept (b) in the second.\n"
+"\n"
+"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned. Extra statistical information is written below the regression line coefficients in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m1, (m2, ...), b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the Fobserved value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used.\n"
"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LINEST "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i."
"e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
+"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LINEST returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i.e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
"* The default of @stat is FALSE.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LOGEST,TREND"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:4367
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:4259
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGREG\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGREG(known_y's[,known_x's[,const[,stat]]])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGREG function transforms your x's to z=ln(x) and applies the "
"``least squares'' method to fit the linear equation\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGREG function transforms your x's to z=ln(x) and applies the ``least squares'' method to fit the linear equation\n"
"y = m * z + b \n"
"to your y's and z's  equivalent to fitting the equation\n"
"y = m * ln(x) + b \n"
"to y's and x's. \n"
"\n"
"If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used. LOGREG returns an "
"array having two columns and one row. m is given in the first column and b "
"in the second. \n"
+"If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used. LOGREG returns an array having two columns and one row. m is given in the first column and b in the second. \n"
"\n"
"If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LOGREG "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LOGREG returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"If @const is FALSE, the curve will be forced to go through [1; 0], i.e., b "
"will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
+"If @const is FALSE, the curve will be forced to go through [1; 0], i.e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned which "
"applies to the state AFTER transformation to z. Extra statistical "
"information is written below m and b in the result array. Extra statistical "
"information consists of four rows of data. In the first row the standard "
"error values for the coefficients m, b are represented. The second row "
"contains the square of R and the standard error for the y estimate. The "
"third row contains the Fobserved value and the degrees of freedom. The "
"last row contains the regression sum of squares and the residual sum of "
"squares.The default of @stat is FALSE.\n"
+"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned which applies to the state AFTER transformation to z. Extra statistical information is written below m and b in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m, b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the Fobserved value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.The default of @stat is FALSE.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LOGFIT,LINEST,LOGEST"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGREG\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGREG(known_y's[,known_x's[,const[,stat]]])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGREG function transforms your x's to z=ln(x) and applies the "
"``least squares'' method to fit the linear equation\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGREG function transforms your x's to z=ln(x) and applies the ``least squares'' method to fit the linear equation\n"
"y = m * z + b \n"
"to your y's and z's  equivalent to fitting the equation\n"
"y = m * ln(x) + b \n"
"to y's and x's. \n"
"\n"
"If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used. LOGREG returns an "
"array having two columns and one row. m is given in the first column and b "
"in the second. \n"
+"If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used. LOGREG returns an array having two columns and one row. m is given in the first column and b in the second. \n"
"\n"
"If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LOGREG "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LOGREG returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"If @const is FALSE, the curve will be forced to go through [1; 0], i.e., b "
"will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
+"If @const is FALSE, the curve will be forced to go through [1; 0], i.e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned which "
"applies to the state AFTER transformation to z. Extra statistical "
"information is written below m and b in the result array. Extra statistical "
"information consists of four rows of data. In the first row the standard "
"error values for the coefficients m, b are represented. The second row "
"contains the square of R and the standard error for the y estimate. The "
"third row contains the Fobserved value and the degrees of freedom. The "
"last row contains the regression sum of squares and the residual sum of "
"squares.The default of @stat is FALSE.\n"
+"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned which applies to the state AFTER transformation to z. Extra statistical information is written below m and b in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m, b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the Fobserved value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.The default of @stat is FALSE.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LOGFIT,LINEST,LOGEST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:4647
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:4539
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGFIT\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGFIT(known_y's,known_x's)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGFIT function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit the "
"logarithmic equation\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGFIT function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit the logarithmic equation\n"
"y = a + b * ln(sign * (x  c)) , sign = +1 or 1 \n"
"to your data. The graph of the equation is a logarithmic curve moved "
"horizontally by c and possibly mirrored across the yaxis (if sign = 1).\n"
+"to your data. The graph of the equation is a logarithmic curve moved horizontally by c and possibly mirrored across the yaxis (if sign = 1).\n"
"\n"
"LOGFIT returns an array having five columns and one row. `Sign' is given in "
"the first column, `a', `b', and `c' are given in columns 2 to 4. Column 5 "
"holds the sum of squared residuals.\n"
+"LOGFIT returns an array having five columns and one row. `Sign' is given in the first column, `a', `b', and `c' are given in columns 2 to 4. Column 5 holds the sum of squared residuals.\n"
"\n"
"An error is returned when there are less than 3 different x's or y's, or "
"when the shape of the point cloud is too different from a ``logarithmic'' "
"one.\n"
+"An error is returned when there are less than 3 different x's or y's, or when the shape of the point cloud is too different from a ``logarithmic'' one.\n"
"\n"
"You can use the above formula \n"
"= a + b * ln(sign * (x  c)) \n"
@@ 15848,29 +13666,20 @@ msgid ""
"= (exp((y  a) / b)) / sign + c \n"
"to compute unknown y's or x's, respectively. \n"
"\n"
"Technically, this is nonlinear fitting by trialanderror. The accuracy of "
"`c' is: width of xrange > rounded to the next smaller (10^integer), times "
"0.000001. There might be cases in which the returned fit is not the best "
"possible.\n"
+"Technically, this is nonlinear fitting by trialanderror. The accuracy of `c' is: width of xrange > rounded to the next smaller (10^integer), times 0.000001. There might be cases in which the returned fit is not the best possible.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LOGREG,LINEST,LOGEST"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGFIT\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGFIT(known_y's,known_x's)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGFIT function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit the "
"logarithmic equation\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGFIT function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit the logarithmic equation\n"
"y = a + b * ln(sign * (x  c)) , sign = +1 or 1 \n"
"to your data. The graph of the equation is a logarithmic curve moved "
"horizontally by c and possibly mirrored across the yaxis (if sign = 1).\n"
+"to your data. The graph of the equation is a logarithmic curve moved horizontally by c and possibly mirrored across the yaxis (if sign = 1).\n"
"\n"
"LOGFIT returns an array having five columns and one row. `Sign' is given in "
"the first column, `a', `b', and `c' are given in columns 2 to 4. Column 5 "
"holds the sum of squared residuals.\n"
+"LOGFIT returns an array having five columns and one row. `Sign' is given in the first column, `a', `b', and `c' are given in columns 2 to 4. Column 5 holds the sum of squared residuals.\n"
"\n"
"An error is returned when there are less than 3 different x's or y's, or "
"when the shape of the point cloud is too different from a ``logarithmic'' "
"one.\n"
+"An error is returned when there are less than 3 different x's or y's, or when the shape of the point cloud is too different from a ``logarithmic'' one.\n"
"\n"
"You can use the above formula \n"
"= a + b * ln(sign * (x  c)) \n"
@@ 15878,86 +13687,56 @@ msgstr ""
"= (exp((y  a) / b)) / sign + c \n"
"to compute unknown y's or x's, respectively. \n"
"\n"
"Technically, this is nonlinear fitting by trialanderror. The accuracy of "
"`c' is: width of xrange > rounded to the next smaller (10^integer), times "
"0.000001. There might be cases in which the returned fit is not the best "
"possible.\n"
+"Technically, this is nonlinear fitting by trialanderror. The accuracy of `c' is: width of xrange > rounded to the next smaller (10^integer), times 0.000001. There might be cases in which the returned fit is not the best possible.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LOGREG,LINEST,LOGEST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:4750
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:4642
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TREND\n"
"@SYNTAX=TREND(known_y's[,known_x's[,new_x's[,const]]])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TREND function estimates future values of a given data set "
"using the ``least squares'' line that best fit to your data. @known_y's is "
"the yvalues where y=mx+b and @known_x's contains the corresponding x"
"values. @new_x's contains the xvalues for which you want to estimate the y"
"values. If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the "
"origin, i.e., b will be zero.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TREND function estimates future values of a given data set using the ``least squares'' line that best fit to your data. @known_y's is the yvalues where y=mx+b and @known_x's contains the corresponding xvalues. @new_x's contains the xvalues for which you want to estimate the yvalues. If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i.e., b will be zero.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used.\n"
"* If @new_x's is omitted, it is assumed to be the same as @known_x's.\n"
"* If @const is omitted, it is assumed to be TRUE.\n"
"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, TREND "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, TREND returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"TREND(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals {12.1, 15.7, 21.6, 26.7, 39.7}.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LINEST"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=TREND\n"
"@SYNTAX=TREND(known_y's[,known_x's[,new_x's[,const]]])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=TREND function estimates future values of a given data set "
"using the ``least squares'' line that best fit to your data. @known_y's is "
"the yvalues where y=mx+b and @known_x's contains the corresponding x"
"values. @new_x's contains the xvalues for which you want to estimate the y"
"values. If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the "
"origin, i.e., b will be zero.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=TREND function estimates future values of a given data set using the ``least squares'' line that best fit to your data. @known_y's is the yvalues where y=mx+b and @known_x's contains the corresponding xvalues. @new_x's contains the xvalues for which you want to estimate the yvalues. If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i.e., b will be zero.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used.\n"
"* If @new_x's is omitted, it is assumed to be the same as @known_x's.\n"
"* If @const is omitted, it is assumed to be TRUE.\n"
"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, TREND "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, TREND returns #NUM! error.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"TREND(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals {12.1, 15.7, 21.6, 26.7, 39.7}.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LINEST"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:4868
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:4760
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGEST\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGEST(known_y's[,known_x's,const,stat])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGEST function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit an "
"exponential curve of the form\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGEST function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit an exponential curve of the form\n"
"\n"
"\ty = b * m{1}^x{1} * m{2}^x{2}... to your data.\n"
"\n"
"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned. Extra "
"statistical information is written bellow the regression line coefficients "
"in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of "
"data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m1, "
"(m2, ...), b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and "
"the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the F"
"observed value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the "
"regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used. LOGEST returns "
"an array { m{n},m{n1}, ...,m{1},b }.\n"
"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LOGEST "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through (0,1),i.e., b "
"will be one. The default is TRUE.\n"
+"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned. Extra statistical information is written below the regression line coefficients in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m1, (m2, ...), b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the Fobserved value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.\n"
+"\n"
+"* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used. LOGEST returns an array { m{n},m{n1}, ...,m{1},b }.\n"
+"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LOGEST returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through (0,1),i.e., b will be one. The default is TRUE.\n"
"* The default of @stat is FALSE.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 15966,48 +13745,32 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGEST\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGEST(known_y's[,known_x's,const,stat])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGEST function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit an "
"exponential curve of the form\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGEST function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit an exponential curve of the form\n"
"\n"
"\ty = b * m{1}^x{1} * m{2}^x{2}... to your data.\n"
"\n"
"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned. Extra "
"statistical information is written bellow the regression line coefficients "
"in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of "
"data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m1, "
"(m2, ...), b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and "
"the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the F"
"observed value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the "
"regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used. LOGEST returns "
"an array { m{n},m{n1}, ...,m{1},b }.\n"
"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LOGEST "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through (0,1),i.e., b "
"will be one. The default is TRUE.\n"
+"If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned. Extra statistical information is written below the regression line coefficients in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m1, (m2, ...), b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the Fobserved value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.\n"
+"\n"
+"* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used. LOGEST returns an array { m{n},m{n1}, ...,m{1},b }.\n"
+"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LOGEST returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through (0,1),i.e., b will be one. The default is TRUE.\n"
"* The default of @stat is FALSE.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=GROWTH,TREND"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5124
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5016
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=GROWTH\n"
"@SYNTAX=GROWTH(known_y's[,known_x's,new_x's,const])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GROWTH function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit an "
"exponential curve to your data and predicts the exponential growth by using "
"this curve. \n"
"GROWTH returns an array having one column and a row for each data point in "
"@new_x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GROWTH function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit an exponential curve to your data and predicts the exponential growth by using this curve. \n"
+"GROWTH returns an array having one column and a row for each data point in @new_x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used.\n"
"* If @new_x's is omitted, it is assumed to be the same as @known_x's.\n"
"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, GROWTH "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i."
"e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
+"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, GROWTH returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i.e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
@@ 16015,102 +13778,79 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=GROWTH\n"
"@SYNTAX=GROWTH(known_y's[,known_x's,new_x's,const])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GROWTH function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit an "
"exponential curve to your data and predicts the exponential growth by using "
"this curve. \n"
"GROWTH returns an array having one column and a row for each data point in "
"@new_x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GROWTH function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit an exponential curve to your data and predicts the exponential growth by using this curve. \n"
+"GROWTH returns an array having one column and a row for each data point in @new_x.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used.\n"
"* If @new_x's is omitted, it is assumed to be the same as @known_x's.\n"
"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, GROWTH "
"returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i."
"e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
+"* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, GROWTH returns #NUM! error.\n"
+"* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i.e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LOGEST,GROWTH,TREND"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5239
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5131
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FORECAST\n"
"@SYNTAX=FORECAST(x,known_y's,known_x's)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FORECAST function estimates a future value according to "
"existing values using simple linear regression. The estimated future value "
"is a yvalue for a given xvalue (@x).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FORECAST function estimates a future value according to existing values using simple linear regression. The estimated future value is a yvalue for a given xvalue (@x).\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x or @known_y contains no data entries or different number of "
"data entries, FORECAST returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @known_x or @known_y contains no data entries or different number of data entries, FORECAST returns #N/A error.\n"
"* If the variance of the @known_x is zero, FORECAST returns #DIV/0 error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"FORECAST(7,A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 10.859397661.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=INTERCEPT,TREND"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FORECAST\n"
"@SYNTAX=FORECAST(x,known_y's,known_x's)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FORECAST function estimates a future value according to "
"existing values using simple linear regression. The estimated future value "
"is a yvalue for a given xvalue (@x).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FORECAST function estimates a future value according to existing values using simple linear regression. The estimated future value is a yvalue for a given xvalue (@x).\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x or @known_y contains no data entries or different number of "
"data entries, FORECAST returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @known_x or @known_y contains no data entries or different number of data entries, FORECAST returns #N/A error.\n"
"* If the variance of the @known_x is zero, FORECAST returns #DIV/0 error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"FORECAST(7,A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 10.859397661.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=INTERCEPT,TREND"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5313
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5205
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=INTERCEPT\n"
"@SYNTAX=INTERCEPT(known_y's,known_x's)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INTERCEPT function calculates the point where the linear "
"regression line intersects the yaxis.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INTERCEPT function calculates the point where the linear regression line intersects the yaxis.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x or @known_y contains no data entries or different number of "
"data entries, INTERCEPT returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @known_x or @known_y contains no data entries or different number of data entries, INTERCEPT returns #N/A error.\n"
"* If the variance of the @known_x is zero, INTERCEPT returns #DIV/0 error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"INTERCEPT(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 20.785117212.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FORECAST,TREND"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=INTERCEPT\n"
"@SYNTAX=INTERCEPT(known_y's,known_x's)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=INTERCEPT function calculates the point where the linear "
"regression line intersects the yaxis.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=INTERCEPT function calculates the point where the linear regression line intersects the yaxis.\n"
"\n"
"* If @known_x or @known_y contains no data entries or different number of "
"data entries, INTERCEPT returns #N/A error.\n"
+"* If @known_x or @known_y contains no data entries or different number of data entries, INTERCEPT returns #N/A error.\n"
"* If the variance of the @known_x is zero, INTERCEPT returns #DIV/0 error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"INTERCEPT(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 20.785117212.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FORECAST,TREND"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5366
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5259
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SLOPE\n"
"@SYNTAX=SLOPE(known_y's,known_x's)\n"
@@ 16119,9 +13859,7 @@ msgid ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"SLOPE(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 1.417959936.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEV,STDEVPA"
@@ 16133,20 +13871,16 @@ msgstr ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, "
"21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, "
"and 42.7. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, 21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, and 42.7. Then\n"
"SLOPE(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 1.417959936.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=STDEV,STDEVPA"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5413
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5307
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SUBTOTAL\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUBTOTAL(function_nbr,ref1,ref2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUBTOTAL function returns a subtotal of given list of "
"arguments. @function_nbr is the number that specifies which function to use "
"in calculating the subtotal.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUBTOTAL function returns a subtotal of given list of arguments. @function_nbr is the number that specifies which function to use in calculating the subtotal.\n"
"\n"
"The following functions are available:\n"
"\n"
@@ 16165,8 +13899,7 @@ msgid ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, "
"and 39. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"SUBTOTAL(1,A1:A5) equals 30.\n"
"SUBTOTAL(6,A1:A5) equals 22378356.\n"
"SUBTOTAL(7,A1:A5) equals 6.164414003.\n"
@@ 16177,9 +13910,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SUBTOTAL\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUBTOTAL(function_nbr,ref1,ref2,...)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUBTOTAL function returns a subtotal of given list of "
"arguments. @function_nbr is the number that specifies which function to use "
"in calculating the subtotal.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUBTOTAL function returns a subtotal of given list of arguments. @function_nbr is the number that specifies which function to use in calculating the subtotal.\n"
"\n"
"The following functions are available:\n"
"\n"
@@ 16198,8 +13929,7 @@ msgstr ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, "
"and 39. Then\n"
+"Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, and 39. Then\n"
"SUBTOTAL(1,A1:A5) equals 30.\n"
"SUBTOTAL(6,A1:A5) equals 22378356.\n"
"SUBTOTAL(7,A1:A5) equals 6.164414003.\n"
@@ 16208,7 +13938,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=COUNT,SUM"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5516
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5413
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CRONBACH\n"
"@SYNTAX=CRONBACH(ref1,ref2,...)\n"
@@ 16226,12 +13956,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5648
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5535
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=GEOMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=GEOMDIST(k,p,cum)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GEOMDIST returns the probability p(k) of obtaining @k from a "
"geometric distribution with probability parameter @p.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GEOMDIST returns the probability p(k) of obtaining @k from a geometric distribution with probability parameter @p.\n"
"\n"
"* If @k < 0 GEOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 GEOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 16244,8 +13973,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=GEOMDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=GEOMDIST(k,p,cum)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=GEOMDIST returns the probability p(k) of obtaining @k from a "
"geometric distribution with probability parameter @p.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=GEOMDIST returns the probability p(k) of obtaining @k from a geometric distribution with probability parameter @p.\n"
"\n"
"* If @k < 0 GEOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
"* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 GEOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n"
@@ 16256,12 +13984,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDGEOM"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5687
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5574
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGISTIC\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGISTIC(x,a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGISTIC returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a "
"logistic distribution with scale parameter @a.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGISTIC returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a logistic distribution with scale parameter @a.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"LOGISTIC(0.4,1).\n"
@@ 16270,20 +13997,18 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LOGISTIC\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOGISTIC(x,a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LOGISTIC returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a "
"logistic distribution with scale parameter @a.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LOGISTIC returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a logistic distribution with scale parameter @a.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"LOGISTIC(0.4,1).\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDLOGISTIC"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5726
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5613
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PARETO\n"
"@SYNTAX=PARETO(x,a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PARETO returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a Pareto "
"distribution with exponent @a and scale @b.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PARETO returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a Pareto distribution with exponent @a and scale @b.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"PARETO(0.6,1,2).\n"
@@ 16292,20 +14017,18 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PARETO\n"
"@SYNTAX=PARETO(x,a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PARETO returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a Pareto "
"distribution with exponent @a and scale @b.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PARETO returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a Pareto distribution with exponent @a and scale @b.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"PARETO(0.6,1,2).\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDPARETO"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5767
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5654
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RAYLEIGH\n"
"@SYNTAX=RAYLEIGH(x,sigma)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RAYLEIGH returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a "
"Rayleigh distribution with scale parameter @sigma.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RAYLEIGH returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a Rayleigh distribution with scale parameter @sigma.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RAYLEIGH(0.4,1).\n"
@@ 16314,20 +14037,18 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RAYLEIGH\n"
"@SYNTAX=RAYLEIGH(x,sigma)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RAYLEIGH returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a "
"Rayleigh distribution with scale parameter @sigma.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RAYLEIGH returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a Rayleigh distribution with scale parameter @sigma.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RAYLEIGH(0.4,1).\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDRAYLEIGH"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5810
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5697
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RAYLEIGHTAIL\n"
"@SYNTAX=RAYLEIGHTAIL(x,a,sigma)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RAYLEIGHTAIL returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a "
"Rayleigh tail distribution with scale parameter @sigma and lower limit @a.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RAYLEIGHTAIL returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a Rayleigh tail distribution with scale parameter @sigma and lower limit @a.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RAYLEIGHTAIL(0.6,0.3,1).\n"
@@ 16336,24 +14057,19 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RAYLEIGHTAIL\n"
"@SYNTAX=RAYLEIGHTAIL(x,a,sigma)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RAYLEIGHTAIL returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a "
"Rayleigh tail distribution with scale parameter @sigma and lower limit @a.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RAYLEIGHTAIL returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a Rayleigh tail distribution with scale parameter @sigma and lower limit @a.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"RAYLEIGHTAIL(0.6,0.3,1).\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5856
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5743
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EXPPOWDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXPPOWDIST(x,a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXPPOWDIST returns the probability density p(x) at @x for "
"Exponential Power distribution with scale parameter @a and exponent @b.\n"
"This distribution has been recommended for lifetime analysis when a Ushaped "
"hazard function is desired. This corresponds to rapid failure once the "
"product starts to wear out after a period of steady or even improving "
"reliability.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXPPOWDIST returns the probability density p(x) at @x for Exponential Power distribution with scale parameter @a and exponent @b.\n"
+"This distribution has been recommended for lifetime analysis when a Ushaped hazard function is desired. This corresponds to rapid failure once the product starts to wear out after a period of steady or even improving reliability.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"EXPPOWDIST(0.4,1,2).\n"
"\n"
@@ 16361,20 +14077,18 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EXPPOWDIST\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXPPOWDIST(x,a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXPPOWDIST returns the probability density p(x) at @x for "
"Exponential Power distribution with scale parameter @a and exponent @b.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXPPOWDIST returns the probability density p(x) at @x for Exponential Power distribution with scale parameter @a and exponent @b.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"EXPPOWDIST(0.4,1,2).\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=RANDEXPPOW"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5895
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5782
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LAPLACE\n"
"@SYNTAX=LAPLACE(x,a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LAPLACE returns the probability density p(x) at @x for Laplace "
"distribution with mean @a. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LAPLACE returns the probability density p(x) at @x for Laplace distribution with mean @a. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"LAPLACE(0.4,1).\n"
"\n"
@@ 16382,8 +14096,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LAPLACE\n"
"@SYNTAX=LAPLACE(x,a)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LAPLACE returns the probability density p(x) at @x for Laplace "
"distribution with mean @a. \n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LAPLACE returns the probability density p(x) at @x for Laplace distribution with mean @a. \n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"LAPLACE(0.4,1).\n"
"\n"
@@ 16409,12 +14122,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CODE"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:104
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:105
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=UNICHAR\n"
"@SYNTAX=UNICHAR(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=UNICHAR returns the Unicode character represented by the number "
"@x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=UNICHAR returns the Unicode character represented by the number @x.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"UNICHAR(65) equals A.\n"
@@ 16424,8 +14136,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=UNICHAR\n"
"@SYNTAX=UNICHAR(x)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=UNICHAR returns the Unicode character represented by the number "
"@x.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=UNICHAR returns the Unicode character represented by the number @x.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"UNICHAR(65) equals A.\n"
@@ 16433,7 +14144,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CHAR,UNICODE,CODE"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:139
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:140
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CODE\n"
"@SYNTAX=CODE(char)\n"
@@ 16457,7 +14168,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CHAR"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:187
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:188
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=UNICODE\n"
"@SYNTAX=UNICODE(char)\n"
@@ 16479,12 +14190,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=UNICHAR,CODE,CHAR"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:216
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:217
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EXACT\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXACT(string1, string2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXACT returns true if @string1 is exactly equal to @string2 "
"(this routine is case sensitive).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXACT returns true if @string1 is exactly equal to @string2 (this routine is case sensitive).\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16496,8 +14206,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EXACT\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXACT(string1, string2)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=EXACT returns true if @string1 is exactly equal to @string2 "
"(this routine is case sensitive).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=EXACT returns true if @string1 is exactly equal to @string2 (this routine is case sensitive).\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16507,7 +14216,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LEN, SEARCH, DELTA"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:244
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:245
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LEN\n"
"@SYNTAX=LEN(string)\n"
@@ 16531,7 +14240,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CHAR, CODE, LENB"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:268
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:269
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LENB\n"
"@SYNTAX=LENB(string)\n"
@@ 16555,12 +14264,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CHAR, CODE, LEN"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:293
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:294
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LEFT\n"
"@SYNTAX=LEFT(text[,num_chars])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LEFT returns the leftmost @num_chars characters or the left "
"character if @num_chars is not specified.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LEFT returns the leftmost @num_chars characters or the left character if @num_chars is not specified.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16571,8 +14279,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=LEFT\n"
"@SYNTAX=LEFT(text[,num_chars])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=LEFT returns the leftmost @num_chars characters or the left "
"character if @num_chars is not specified.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=LEFT returns the leftmost @num_chars characters or the left character if @num_chars is not specified.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16581,7 +14288,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MID, RIGHT"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:332
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:331
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=LOWER\n"
"@SYNTAX=LOWER(text)\n"
@@ 16605,12 +14312,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=UPPER"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:357
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:356
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=MID\n"
"@SYNTAX=MID(string, position, length)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MID returns a substring from @string starting at @position for "
"@length characters.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MID returns a substring from @string starting at @position for @length characters.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16621,8 +14327,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=MID\n"
"@SYNTAX=MID(string, position, length)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=MID returns a substring from @string starting at @position for "
"@length characters.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=MID returns a substring from @string starting at @position for @length characters.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16631,12 +14336,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LEFT, RIGHT"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:405
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:401
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=RIGHT\n"
"@SYNTAX=RIGHT(text[,num_chars])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RIGHT returns the rightmost @num_chars characters or the right "
"character if @num_chars is not specified.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RIGHT returns the rightmost @num_chars characters or the right character if @num_chars is not specified.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16648,8 +14352,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=RIGHT\n"
"@SYNTAX=RIGHT(text[,num_chars])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=RIGHT returns the rightmost @num_chars characters or the right "
"character if @num_chars is not specified.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=RIGHT returns the rightmost @num_chars characters or the right character if @num_chars is not specified.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16659,7 +14362,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MID, LEFT"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:452
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:443
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=UPPER\n"
"@SYNTAX=UPPER(text)\n"
@@ 16683,12 +14386,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LOWER"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:477
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:468
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CONCATENATE\n"
"@SYNTAX=CONCATENATE(string1[,string2...])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CONCATENATE returns the string obtained by concatenation of the "
"given strings.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CONCATENATE returns the string obtained by concatenation of the given strings.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16699,8 +14401,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=CONCATENATE\n"
"@SYNTAX=CONCATENATE(string1[,string2...])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=CONCATENATE returns the string obtained by concatenation of the "
"given strings.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=CONCATENATE returns the string obtained by concatenation of the given strings.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16709,7 +14410,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LEFT, MID, RIGHT"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:505
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:496
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=REPT\n"
"@SYNTAX=REPT(string,num)\n"
@@ 16733,7 +14434,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CONCATENATE"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:554
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:546
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=CLEAN\n"
"@SYNTAX=CLEAN(string)\n"
@@ 16757,12 +14458,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO="
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:590
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:582
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FIND\n"
"@SYNTAX=FIND(string1,string2[,start])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FIND returns position of @string1 in @string2 (casesensitive), "
"searching only from character @start onwards (assuming 1 if omitted).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FIND returns position of @string1 in @string2 (casesensitive), searching only from character @start onwards (assuming 1 if omitted).\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16773,8 +14473,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FIND\n"
"@SYNTAX=FIND(string1,string2[,start])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FIND returns position of @string1 in @string2 (casesensitive), "
"searching only from character @start onwards (assuming 1 if omitted).\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FIND returns position of @string1 in @string2 (casesensitive), searching only from character @start onwards (assuming 1 if omitted).\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16783,12 +14482,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=EXACT, LEN, MID, SEARCH"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:651
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:626
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=FIXED\n"
"@SYNTAX=FIXED(num,[decimals, no_commas])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FIXED returns @num as a formatted string with @decimals numbers "
"after the decimal point, omitting commas if requested by @no_commas.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FIXED returns @num as a formatted string with @decimals numbers after the decimal point, omitting commas if requested by @no_commas.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16799,8 +14497,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=FIXED\n"
"@SYNTAX=FIXED(num,[decimals, no_commas])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=FIXED returns @num as a formatted string with @decimals numbers "
"after the decimal point, omitting commas if requested by @no_commas.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=FIXED returns @num as a formatted string with @decimals numbers after the decimal point, omitting commas if requested by @no_commas.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16809,7 +14506,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=TEXT, VALUE, DOLLAR"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:719
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:692
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PROPER\n"
"@SYNTAX=PROPER(string)\n"
@@ 16833,12 +14530,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=LOWER, UPPER"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:774
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:747
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=REPLACE\n"
"@SYNTAX=REPLACE(old,start,num,new)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=REPLACE returns @old with @new replacing @num characters from "
"@start.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=REPLACE returns @old with @new replacing @num characters from @start.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16849,8 +14545,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=REPLACE\n"
"@SYNTAX=REPLACE(old,start,num,new)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=REPLACE returns @old with @new replacing @num characters from "
"@start.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=REPLACE returns @old with @new replacing @num characters from @start.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16859,12 +14554,11 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=MID, SEARCH, SUBSTITUTE, TRIM"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:826
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:803
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=T\n"
"@SYNTAX=T(value)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=T returns @value if and only if it is text, otherwise a blank "
"string.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=T returns @value if and only if it is text, otherwise a blank string.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16876,8 +14570,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=T\n"
"@SYNTAX=T(value)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=T returns @value if and only if it is text, otherwise a blank "
"string.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=T returns @value if and only if it is text, otherwise a blank string.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16887,7 +14580,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CELL, N, VALUE"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:857
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:834
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TEXT\n"
"@SYNTAX=TEXT(value,format_text)\n"
@@ 16908,12 +14601,12 @@ msgstr ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"TEXT(3.223,\"$0.00\") equals \"$3.22\".\n"
+"TEXT(3.223,\"Â£0.00\") equals \"Â£3.22\".\n"
"TEXT(date(1999,4,15),\"mmmm, dd, yy\") equals \"April, 15, 99\".\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DOLLAR, FIXED, VALUE"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:901
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:878
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=TRIM\n"
"@SYNTAX=TRIM(text)\n"
@@ 16937,7 +14630,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=CLEAN, MID, REPLACE, SUBSTITUTE"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:956
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:932
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=VALUE\n"
"@SYNTAX=VALUE(text)\n"
@@ 16957,17 +14650,15 @@ msgstr ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"VALUE(\"$1,000\") equals 1000.\n"
+"VALUE(\"Â£1,000\") equals 1000.\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=DOLLAR, FIXED, TEXT"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1002
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:972
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SUBSTITUTE\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUBSTITUTE(text, old, new [,num])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUBSTITUTE replaces @old with @new in @text. Substitutions are "
"only applied to instance @num of @old in @text, otherwise every one is "
"changed.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUBSTITUTE replaces @old with @new in @text. Substitutions are only applied to instance @num of @old in @text, otherwise every one is changed.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16978,9 +14669,7 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SUBSTITUTE\n"
"@SYNTAX=SUBSTITUTE(text, old, new [,num])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SUBSTITUTE replaces @old with @new in @text. Substitutions are "
"only applied to instance @num of @old in @text, otherwise every one is "
"changed.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SUBSTITUTE replaces @old with @new in @text. Substitutions are only applied to instance @num of @old in @text, otherwise every one is changed.\n"
"\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
@@ 16989,7 +14678,7 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=REPLACE, TRIM"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1071
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1050
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=DOLLAR\n"
"@SYNTAX=DOLLAR(num[,decimals])\n"
@@ 17009,27 +14698,20 @@ msgstr ""
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"DOLLAR(12345) equals \"$12,345.00\".\n"
+"DOLLAR(12345) equals \"Â£12,345.00\".\n"
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FIXED, TEXT, VALUE"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1130
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1110
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=SEARCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=SEARCH(search_string,text[,start_num])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SEARCH returns the location of the @search_ string within "
"@text. The search starts with the @start_num character of text @text. If "
"@start_num is omitted, it is assumed to be one. The search is not case "
"sensitive.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SEARCH returns the location of the @search_ string within @text. The search starts with the @start_num character of text @text. If @start_num is omitted, it is assumed to be one. The search is not case sensitive.\n"
"\n"
"@search_string can contain wildcard characters (*) and question marks (?). A "
"question mark matches any character and a wildcard matches any string "
"including the empty string. If you want the actual wildcard or question "
"mark to be found, use tilde (~) before the character.\n"
+"@search_string can contain wildcard characters (*) and question marks (?). A question mark matches any character and a wildcard matches any string including the empty string. If you want the actual wildcard or question mark to be found, use tilde (~) before the character.\n"
"\n"
"* If @search_string is not found, SEARCH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* If @start_num is less than one or it is greater than the length of @text, "
"SEARCH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @start_num is less than one or it is greater than the length of @text, SEARCH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 17040,19 +14722,12 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=SEARCH\n"
"@SYNTAX=SEARCH(search_string,text[,start_num])\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=SEARCH returns the location of the @search_ string within "
"@text. The search starts with the @start_num character of text @text. If "
"@start_num is omitted, it is assumed to be one. The search is not case "
"sensitive.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=SEARCH returns the location of the @search_ string within @text. The search starts with the @start_num character of text @text. If @start_num is omitted, it is assumed to be one. The search is not case sensitive.\n"
"\n"
"@search_string can contain wildcard characters (*) and question marks (?). A "
"question mark matches any character and a wildcard matches any string "
"including the empty string. If you want the actual wildcard or question "
"mark to be found, use tilde (~) before the character.\n"
+"@search_string can contain wildcard characters (*) and question marks (?). A question mark matches any character and a wildcard matches any string including the empty string. If you want the actual wildcard or question mark to be found, use tilde (~) before the character.\n"
"\n"
"* If @search_string is not found, SEARCH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* If @start_num is less than one or it is greater than the length of @text, "
"SEARCH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+"* If @start_num is less than one or it is greater than the length of @text, SEARCH returns #VALUE! error.\n"
"* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
@@ 17061,84 +14736,84 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"@SEEALSO=FIND"
#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:136
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1187
+msgid ""
+"@FUNCTION=ASC\n"
+"@SYNTAX=ASC(string)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ASC a compatibility function that is meaningless in Gnumeric. In MS Excel (tm) it converts 2 byte @string into single byte text.\n"
+"\n"
+"@EXAMPLES=\n"
+"CHAR(\"Foo\") equals \"Foo\".\n"
+"\n"
+"@SEEALSO="
+msgstr ""
+"@FUNCTION=ASC\n"
+"@SYNTAX=ASC(string)\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ASC a compatibility function that is meaningless in Gnumeric. In MS Excel (tm) it converts 2 byte @string into single byte text.\n"
+"\n"
+"@EXAMPLES=\n"
+"CHAR(\"Foo\") equals \"Foo\".\n"
+"\n"
+"@SEEALSO="
+
+#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:229
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=EXECSQL\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXECSQL(dsn,username,password,sql)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=The EXECSQL function lets you execute a command in a database "
"server, and show the results returned in current sheet. It uses libgda as "
"the means for accessing the databases.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=The EXECSQL function lets you execute a command in a database server, and show the results returned in current sheet. It uses libgda as the means for accessing the databases.\n"
"For using it, you need first to set up a libgda data source.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"To get all the data from the table \"Customers\" present in the "
"\"mydatasource\" GDA data source, you would use:\n"
"EXECSQL(\"mydatasource\",\"username\",\"password\",\"SELECT * FROM customers"
"\")\n"
+"To get all the data from the table \"Customers\" present in the \"mydatasource\" GDA data source, you would use:\n"
+"EXECSQL(\"mydatasource\",\"username\",\"password\",\"SELECT * FROM customers\")\n"
"@SEEALSO=READDBTABLE"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=EXECSQL\n"
"@SYNTAX=EXECSQL(dsn,username,password,sql)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=The EXECSQL function lets you execute a command in a database "
"server, and show the results returned in current sheet. It uses libgda as "
"the means for accessing the databases.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=The EXECSQL function lets you execute a command in a database server, and show the results returned in current sheet. It uses libgda as the means for accessing the databases.\n"
"For using it, you need first to set up a libgda data source.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"To get all the data from the table \"Customers\" present in the "
"\"mydatasource\" GDA data source, you would use:\n"
"EXECSQL(\"mydatasource\",\"username\",\"password\",\"SELECT * FROM customers"
"\")\n"
+"To get all the data from the table \"Customers\" present in the \"mydatasource\" GDA data source, you would use:\n"
+"EXECSQL(\"mydatasource\",\"username\",\"password\",\"SELECT * FROM customers\")\n"
"@SEEALSO=READDBTABLE"
#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:203
+#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:302
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=READDBTABLE\n"
"@SYNTAX=READDBTABLE(dsn,username,password,table)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=The READDBTABLE function lets you get the contents of a table, "
"as stored in a database.For using it, you need first to set up a libgda data "
"source.\n"
"Note that this function returns all the rows in the given table. If you want "
"to get data from more than one table or want a more precise selection "
"(conditions), use the EXECSQL function.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"To get all the data from the table \"Customers\" present in the "
"\"mydatasource\" GDA data source, you would use:\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=The READDBTABLE function lets you get the contents of a table, as stored in a database. For using it, you need first to set up a libgda data source.\n"
+"Note that this function returns all the rows in the given table. If you want to get data from more than one table or want a more precise selection (conditions), use the EXECSQL function.\n"
+"@EXAMPLES=\n"
+"To get all the data from the table \"Customers\" present in the \"mydatasource\" GDA data source, you would use:\n"
"READDBTABLE(\"mydatasource\",\"username\",\"password\",\"customers\")\n"
"@SEEALSO=EXECSQL"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=READDBTABLE\n"
"@SYNTAX=READDBTABLE(dsn,username,password,table)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=The READDBTABLE function lets you get the contents of a table, "
"as stored in a database.For using it, you need first to set up a libgda data "
"source.\n"
"Note that this function returns all the rows in the given table. If you want "
"to get data from more than one table or want a more precise selection "
"(conditions), use the EXECSQL function.\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"To get all the data from the table \"Customers\" present in the "
"\"mydatasource\" GDA data source, you would use:\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=The READDBTABLE function lets you get the contents of a table, as stored in a database. For using it, you need first to set up a libgda data source.\n"
+"Note that this function returns all the rows in the given table. If you want to get data from more than one table or want a more precise selection (conditions), use the EXECSQL function.\n"
+"@EXAMPLES=\n"
+"To get all the data from the table \"Customers\" present in the \"mydatasource\" GDA data source, you would use:\n"
"READDBTABLE(\"mydatasource\",\"username\",\"password\",\"customers\")\n"
"@SEEALSO=EXECSQL"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:210
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:206
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NT_PHI\n"
"@SYNTAX=NT_PHI(n)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NT_PHI function calculates the number of integers less than or "
"equal to @n that are relatively prime to @n.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NT_PHI function calculates the number of integers less than or equal to @n that are relatively prime to @n.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=NT_D, ITHPRIME, NT_SIGMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NT_PHI\n"
"@SYNTAX=NT_PHI(n)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NT_PHI function calculates the number of integers less than or "
"equal to @n that are relatively prime to @n.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NT_PHI function calculates the number of integers less than or equal to @n that are relatively prime to @n.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=NT_D, ITHPRIME, NT_SIGMA"
#. xgettext: you can translate the funny character as an 'o' if unicode is not available.
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:248
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:244
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NT_MU\n"
"@SYNTAX=NT_MU(n)\n"
@@ 17168,7 +14843,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=NT_D, ITHPRIME, NT_PHI"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:290
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:286
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NT_D\n"
"@SYNTAX=NT_D(n)\n"
@@ 17184,7 +14859,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=ITHPRIME, NT_PHI, NT_SIGMA"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:326
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:322
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NT_SIGMA\n"
"@SYNTAX=NT_SIGMA(n)\n"
@@ 17200,7 +14875,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=NT_D, ITHPRIME, NT_PHI"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:363
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:359
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ITHPRIME\n"
"@SYNTAX=ITHPRIME(i)\n"
@@ 17216,30 +14891,27 @@ msgstr ""
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=NT_D, NT_SIGMA"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:393
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:389
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=ISPRIME\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISPRIME(i)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ISPRIME function returns TRUE if @i is prime and FALSE "
"otherwise.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ISPRIME function returns TRUE if @i is prime and FALSE otherwise.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=ITHPRIME, NT_D, NT_SIGMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=ISPRIME\n"
"@SYNTAX=ISPRIME(i)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ISPRIME function returns TRUE if @i is prime and FALSE "
"otherwise.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ISPRIME function returns TRUE if @i is prime and FALSE otherwise.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=ITHPRIME, NT_D, NT_SIGMA"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:445
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:447
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=PFACTOR\n"
"@SYNTAX=PFACTOR(n)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PFACTOR function returns the smallest prime factor of its "
"argument.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PFACTOR function returns the smallest prime factor of its argument.\n"
"\n"
"The argument must be at least 2, or else a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
"\n"
@@ 17248,33 +14920,30 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=PFACTOR\n"
"@SYNTAX=PFACTOR(n)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=PFACTOR function returns the smallest prime factor of its "
"argument.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=PFACTOR function returns the smallest prime factor of its argument.\n"
"\n"
"The argument must be at least 2, or else a #VALUE! error is returned.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=ITHPRIME"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:478
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:483
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=NT_PI\n"
"@SYNTAX=NT_PI(n)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NT_PI function returns the number of primes less than or equal "
"to @n.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NT_PI function returns the number of primes less than or equal to @n.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=ITHPRIME, NT_PHI, NT_D, NT_SIGMA"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=NT_PI\n"
"@SYNTAX=NT_PI(n)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=NT_PI function returns the number of primes less than or equal "
"to @n.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=NT_PI function returns the number of primes less than or equal to @n.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=ITHPRIME, NT_PHI, NT_D, NT_SIGMA"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:508
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:518
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BITOR\n"
"@SYNTAX=BITOR(a,b)\n"
@@ 17290,25 +14959,23 @@ msgstr ""
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=BITXOR,BITAND"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:530
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:545
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BITXOR\n"
"@SYNTAX=BITXOR(a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BITXOR function returns bitwise exclusive oring of its "
"arguments.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BITXOR function returns bitwise exclusive oring of its arguments.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=BITOR,BITAND"
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=BITXOR\n"
"@SYNTAX=BITXOR(a,b)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=BITXOR function returns bitwise exclusive oring of its "
"arguments.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=BITXOR function returns bitwise exclusive oring of its arguments.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=BITOR,BITAND"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:553
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:573
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BITAND\n"
"@SYNTAX=BITAND(a,b)\n"
@@ 17324,7 +14991,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=BITOR,BITXOR"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:576
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:601
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BITLSHIFT\n"
"@SYNTAX=BITLSHIFT(x,n)\n"
@@ 17344,7 +15011,7 @@ msgstr ""
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"@SEEALSO=BITRSHIFT"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:606
+#: ../plugins/numtheory/numtheory.c:634
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=BITRSHIFT\n"
"@SYNTAX=BITRSHIFT(x,n)\n"
@@ 17369,11 +15036,9 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"@FUNCTION=atl_last\n"
"@SYNTAX=ATL_LAST (tag)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ATL_LAST is a sample implemention of a real time data source. "
"It takes a string tag and monitors the named pipe /tmp/atl for changes to "
"the value of that tag.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ATL_LAST is a sample implemention of a real time data source. It takes a string tag and monitors the named pipe /tmp/atl for changes to the value of that tag.\n"
"\n"
"* This is no intended to be generally enabled and is OFF by default.\n"
+"* This is not intended to be generally enabled and is OFF by default.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"ATL_LAST(\"IBM\")\n"
@@ 17381,16 +15046,52 @@ msgid ""
msgstr ""
"@FUNCTION=atl_last\n"
"@SYNTAX=ATL_LAST (tag)\n"
"@DESCRIPTION=ATL_LAST is a sample implemention of a real time data source. "
"It takes a string tag and monitors the named pipe /tmp/atl for changes to "
"the value of that tag.\n"
+"@DESCRIPTION=ATL_LAST is a sample implemention of a real time data source. It takes a string tag and monitors the named pipe /tmp/atl for changes to the value of that tag.\n"
"\n"
"* This is no intended to be generally enabled and is OFF by default.\n"
+"* This is not intended to be generally enabled and is OFF by default.\n"
"\n"
"@EXAMPLES=\n"
"ATL_LAST(\"IBM\")\n"
"@SEEALSO="
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "@FUNCTION=SUMPRODUCT\n"
+#~ "@SYNTAX=SUMPRODUCT(range1,range2,...)\n"
+#~ "@DESCRIPTION=SUMPRODUCT function multiplies corresponding data entries in "
+#~ "the given arrays or ranges, and then returns the sum of those products. "
+#~ "If an array entry is not numeric, the value zero is used instead.\n"
+#~ "\n"
+#~ "* If arrays or range arguments do not have the same dimensions, "
+#~ "SUMPRODUCT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+#~ "* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
+#~ "\n"
+#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
+#~ "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, "
+#~ "21, and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and "
+#~ "39. Then\n"
+#~ "SUMPRODUCT(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 3370.\n"
+#~ "\n"
+#~ "@SEEALSO=SUM,PRODUCT"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "@FUNCTION=SUMPRODUCT\n"
+#~ "@SYNTAX=SUMPRODUCT(range1,range2,...)\n"
+#~ "@DESCRIPTION=SUMPRODUCT function multiplies corresponding data entries in "
+#~ "the given arrays or ranges, and then returns the sum of those products. "
+#~ "If an array entry is not numeric, the value zero is used instead.\n"
+#~ "\n"
+#~ "* If arrays or range arguments do not have the same dimensions, "
+#~ "SUMPRODUCT returns #VALUE! error.\n"
+#~ "* This function is Excel compatible.\n"
+#~ "\n"
+#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
+#~ "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, "
+#~ "21, and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and "
+#~ "39. Then\n"
+#~ "SUMPRODUCT(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 3370.\n"
+#~ "\n"
+#~ "@SEEALSO=SUM,PRODUCT"
+#~ msgid "n2:the first number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
+#~ msgstr "n2:the first number of degrees of freedom of the distribution"
#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DNORM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DNORM(x,mu,sigma[,give_log])\n"
@@ 17421,7 +15122,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PNORM,R.QNORM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PNORM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PNORM(x,mu,sigma[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17454,7 +15154,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DNORM,R.QNORM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QNORM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QNORM(p,mu,sigma[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17491,7 +15190,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DNORM,R.PNORM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DLNORM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DLNORM(x,logmean,logsd[,give_log])\n"
@@ 17522,7 +15220,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PLNORM,R.QLNORM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PLNORM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PLNORM(x,logmean,logsd[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17555,7 +15252,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DLNORM,R.QLNORM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QLNORM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QLNORM(x,logmean,logsd[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17590,7 +15286,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DLNORM,R.PLNORM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DGAMMA\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DGAMMA(x,shape,scale[,give_log])\n"
@@ 17621,7 +15316,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PGAMMA,R.QGAMMA"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PGAMMA\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PGAMMA(x,p,scale[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17654,7 +15348,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DGAMMA,R.QGAMMA"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QGAMMA\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QGAMMA(p,alpha,scale[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17689,7 +15382,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DGAMMA,R.PGAMMA"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DBETA\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DBETA(x,a,b[,give_log])\n"
@@ 17720,7 +15412,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PBETA,R.QBETA"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PBETA\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PBETA(x,a,b[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17753,7 +15444,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DBETA,R.QBETA"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QBETA\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QBETA(alpha,a,b[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17788,7 +15478,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DBETA,R.PBETA"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DT\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DT(x,n[,give_log])\n"
@@ 17817,7 +15506,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PT,R.QT"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PT\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PT(x,n[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17848,7 +15536,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DT,R.QT"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QT\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QT(p,n[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17883,7 +15570,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DT,R.PT"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DF\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DF(x,n1,n2[,give_log])\n"
@@ 17914,7 +15600,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PF,R.QF"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PF\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PF(x,n1,n2[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17947,7 +15632,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DF,R.QF"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QF\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QF(x,n1,n2[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 17982,7 +15666,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DF,R.PF"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DCHISQ\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DCHISQ(x,df[,give_log])\n"
@@ 18011,7 +15694,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PCHISQ,R.QCHISQ"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PCHISQ\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PCHISQ(x,df[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18042,7 +15724,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DCHISQ,R.QCHISQ"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QCHISQ\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QCHISQ(p,df[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18077,7 +15758,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DCHISQ,R.PCHISQ"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DWEIBULL\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DWEIBULL(x,shape,scale[,give_log])\n"
@@ 18108,7 +15788,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PWEIBULL,R.QWEIBULL"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PWEIBULL\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PWEIBULL(x,shape,scale[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18141,7 +15820,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DWEIBULL,R.QWEIBULL"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QWEIBULL\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QWEIBULL(p,shape,scale[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18178,7 +15856,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DWEIBULL,R.PWEIBULL"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DPOIS\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DPOIS(x,lambda[,give_log])\n"
@@ 18207,7 +15884,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PPOIS,R.QPOIS"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PPOIS\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PPOIS(x,lambda[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18238,7 +15914,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DPOIS,R.QPOIS"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QPOIS\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QPOIS(p,lambda[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18273,7 +15948,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DPOIS,R.PPOIS"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DEXP\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DEXP(x,scale[,give_log])\n"
@@ 18302,7 +15976,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PEXP,R.QEXP"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PEXP\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PEXP(x,scale[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18333,7 +16006,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DEXP,R.QEXP"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QEXP\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QEXP(p,scale[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18368,7 +16040,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DEXP,R.PEXP"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DBINOM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DBINOM(x,n,psuc[,give_log])\n"
@@ 18399,7 +16070,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PBINOM,R.QBINOM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PBINOM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PBINOM(x,n,psuc[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18432,7 +16102,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DBINOM,R.QBINOM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QBINOM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QBINOM(x,n,psuc[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18467,7 +16136,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DBINOM,R.PBINOM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DNBINOM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DNBINOM(x,n,psuc[,give_log])\n"
@@ 18498,7 +16166,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PNBINOM,R.QNBINOM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PNBINOM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PNBINOM(x,n,psuc[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18531,7 +16198,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DNBINOM,R.QNBINOM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QNBINOM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QNBINOM(p,n,psuc[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18568,7 +16234,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DNBINOM,R.PNBINOM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DHYPER\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DHYPER(x,r,b,n[,give_log])\n"
@@ 18601,7 +16266,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PHYPER,R.QHYPER"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PHYPER\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PHYPER(x,r,b,n[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18636,7 +16300,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DHYPER,R.QHYPER"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DGEOM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DGEOM(x,psuc[,give_log])\n"
@@ 18665,7 +16328,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PGEOM,R.QGEOM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PGEOM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PGEOM(x,psuc[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18696,7 +16358,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DGEOM,R.QGEOM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QGEOM\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QGEOM(p,psuc[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18731,7 +16392,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DGEOM,R.PGEOM"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.DCAUCHY\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.DCAUCHY(x,location,scale[,give_log])\n"
@@ 18762,7 +16422,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.PCAUCHY,R.QCAUCHY"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.PCAUCHY\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.PCAUCHY(x,location,scale[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18795,7 +16454,6 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DCAUCHY,R.QCAUCHY"

#~ msgid ""
#~ "@FUNCTION=R.QCAUCHY\n"
#~ "@SYNTAX=R.QCAUCHY(p,location,scale[,lower_tail,log_p])\n"
@@ 18832,3 +16490,4 @@ msgstr ""
#~ "@EXAMPLES=\n"
#~ "\n"
#~ "@SEEALSO=R.DCAUCHY,R.PCAUCHY"
+
diff git a/po/ChangeLog b/po/ChangeLog
index 866deefa904a8a626c5fa5c31899c15ffb2b1974..6e78261baffad829822d5ac090a67dbf788a8259 100644
 a/po/ChangeLog
+++ b/po/ChangeLog
@@ 1,3 +1,7 @@
+20060910 David Lodge
+
+ * en_GB.po: Updated English (British) translation.
+
20060827 Clytie Siddall
* vi.po: Updated Vietnamese translation.
diff git a/po/en_GB.po b/po/en_GB.po
index 40f435f7cfec097832547c3889f8fab5234296d2..821c00476614c8b717ba5e9abf7f2221c1e4a128 100644
 a/po/en_GB.po
+++ b/po/en_GB.po
@@ 2,64 +2,87 @@
# Copyright (C) 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# Karl Eichwalder , 2001.
# Robert Brady , 2001.
#
#
+#
+#
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"ProjectIdVersion: gnumeric 1.2\n"
"ReportMsgidBugsTo: \n"
"POTCreationDate: 20050425 20:470400\n"
"PORevisionDate: 20050425 20:470400\n"
"LastTranslator: Gareth Owen \n"
+"POTCreationDate: 20060910 17:28+0100\n"
+"PORevisionDate: 20060910 17:360000\n"
+"LastTranslator: David Lodge \n"
"LanguageTeam: English/GB \n"
"MIMEVersion: 1.0\n"
"ContentType: text/plain; charset=UTF8\n"
"ContentTransferEncoding: 8bit\n"
+"PluralForms: nplurals=2; plural=(n != 1);\n"
#: ../GNOME_Gnumeric.server.in.in.h:1
msgid "Gnumeric Workbook"
msgstr "Gnumeric Workbook"

#: ../GNOME_Gnumeric.server.in.in.h:2
msgid "Gnumeric Workbook Viewer"
msgstr "Gnumeric Workbook Viewer"

#: ../GNOME_Gnumeric.server.in.in.h:3
msgid "Gnumeric Workbook viewer factory"
msgstr "Gnumeric Workbook viewer factory"
+#: ../gnumeric.desktop.in.h:1
+msgid "Calculation, Analysis, and Visualization of Information"
+msgstr "Calculation, Analysis, and Visualisation of Information"
#. Keep in sync with .desktop file
#: ../gnumeric.desktop.in.h:1 ../src/mainapplication.c:331
+#: ../gnumeric.desktop.in.h:2
+#: ../src/mainapplication.c:422
msgid "Gnumeric Spreadsheet"
msgstr "Gnumeric Spreadsheet"
#: ../gnumeric.desktop.in.h:2
+#: ../gnumeric.desktop.in.h:3
msgid "Spreadsheet"
msgstr "Spreadsheet"
#: ../gnumeric.desktop.in.h:3
msgid "The GNOME Spreadsheet"
msgstr "The GNOME Spreadsheet"
+#: ../component/Gnumericembed.xml.in.h:1
+#: ../src/GNOME_Gnumericgtk.xml.in.h:1
+msgid "FormatToolbar"
+msgstr "FormatToolbar"
+
+#: ../component/Gnumericembed.xml.in.h:2
+#: ../src/GNOME_Gnumericgtk.xml.in.h:2
+msgid "ObjectToolbar"
+msgstr "ObjectToolbar"
+
+#: ../component/Gnumericembed.xml.in.h:3
+#: ../src/GNOME_Gnumericgtk.xml.in.h:3
+msgid "StandardToolbar"
+msgstr "StandardToolbar"
+
+#: ../component/gnumeric.c:439
+msgid "Save the embedded workbook"
+msgstr "Save the embedded workbook"
+
+#: ../component/plugin.xml.in.h:1
+msgid "Component : Gnumeric"
+msgstr "Component: Gnumeric"
+
+#: ../component/plugin.xml.in.h:2
+#: ../src/guifile.c:263
+#: ../src/guifile.c:408
+msgid "Spreadsheets"
+msgstr "Spreadsheets"
+
+#: ../component/plugin.xml.in.h:3
+msgid "Spreadsheets component engine"
+msgstr "Spreadsheets component engine"
#: ../plugins/applix/applixread.c:106
msgid "Parse error while reading Applix file."
msgstr "Parse error while reading Applix file."
#: ../plugins/applix/applixread.c:246
+#: ../plugins/applix/applixread.c:309
msgid "Missing characters for character encoding"
msgstr "Missing characters for character encoding"
#: ../plugins/applix/applixread.c:250
+#: ../plugins/applix/applixread.c:313
#, cformat
msgid "Invalid characters for encoding '%c%c'"
msgstr "Invalid characters for encoding '%c%c'"
#: ../plugins/applix/applixread.c:1087
+#: ../plugins/applix/applixread.c:1164
#, cformat
msgid "Expression did not start with '=' ? '%s'"
msgstr "Expression did not start with '=' ? '%s'"
#: ../plugins/applix/applixread.c:1098
+#: ../plugins/applix/applixread.c:1175
#, cformat
msgid ""
"%s!%s : unable to parse '%s'\n"
@@ 88,132 +111,97 @@ msgstr "CORBA Interface"
msgid "Provides a CORBA scripting interface"
msgstr "Provides a CORBA scripting interface"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2260 ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2265
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2270 ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2275
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2290
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2277
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2282
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2287
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2292
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2307
msgid "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry"
msgstr "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2280 ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2285
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2297
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2302
msgid "spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry"
msgstr "spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2295
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2312
msgid "a, b, rho"
msgstr "a, b, rho"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2300
msgid ""
"call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, domestic_rate, foreign_rate, volatility"
msgstr ""
"call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, domestic_rate, foreign_rate, volatility"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2317
+msgid "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, domestic_rate, foreign_rate, volatility"
+msgstr "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, domestic_rate, foreign_rate, volatility"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2305
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2322
msgid "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, t2, rate, volatility, cost of carry"
msgstr "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, t2, rate, volatility, cost of carry"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2310
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2327
msgid "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, lambda, gamma"
msgstr "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, lambda, gamma"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2315
msgid ""
"call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry, lambda"
msgstr ""
"call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry, lambda"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2332
+msgid "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry, lambda"
+msgstr "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry, lambda"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2320 ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2330
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2337
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2347
msgid "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
msgstr "call_put_flag, spot, strike, time, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2325
msgid ""
"call_put_flag, p_t, f_t, x, t1, t2, v_s, v_e, v_f, rho_se, rho_sf, rho_ef, "
"kappa_e, kappa_f)"
msgstr ""
"call_put_flag, p_t, f_t, x, t1, t2, v_s, v_e, v_f, rho_se, rho_sf, rho_ef, "
"kappa_e, kappa_f)"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2342
+msgid "call_put_flag, p_t, f_t, x, t1, t2, v_s, v_e, v_f, rho_se, rho_sf, rho_ef, kappa_e, kappa_f)"
+msgstr "call_put_flag, p_t, f_t, x, t1, t2, v_s, v_e, v_f, rho_se, rho_sf, rho_ef, kappa_e, kappa_f)"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2335
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2352
msgid "call_put_flag, spot, strike, t1, t2, rate, d, volatility"
msgstr "call_put_flag, spot, strike, t1, t2, rate, d, volatility"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2340
msgid ""
"call_put_flag, spot, alpha, time1, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry"
msgstr ""
"call_put_flag, spot, alpha, time1, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2357
+msgid "call_put_flag, spot, alpha, time1, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry"
+msgstr "call_put_flag, spot, alpha, time1, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2345
msgid ""
"call_put_flag, spot, strike, a, time, m, dt, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
msgstr ""
"call_put_flag, spot, strike, a, time, m, dt, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2362
+msgid "call_put_flag, spot, strike, a, time, m, dt, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
+msgstr "call_put_flag, spot, strike, a, time, m, dt, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2350
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2367
msgid "spot, strike, time1, time2, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
msgstr "spot, strike, time1, time2, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2355
msgid ""
"spot, strike_call, strike_put, time, time_call, time_put, rate, "
"cost_of_carry, volatility"
msgstr ""
"spot, strike_call, strike_put, time, time_call, time_put, rate, "
"cost_of_carry, volatility"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2372
+msgid "spot, strike_call, strike_put, time, time_call, time_put, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
+msgstr "spot, strike_call, strike_put, time, time_call, time_put, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2360 ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2365
msgid ""
"type_flag, spot, strike1, strike2, time1, time2, rate, cost_of_carry, "
"volatility"
msgstr ""
"type_flag, spot, strike1, strike2, time1, time2, rate, cost_of_carry, "
"volatility"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2377
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2382
+msgid "type_flag, spot, strike1, strike2, time1, time2, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
+msgstr "type_flag, spot, strike1, strike2, time1, time2, rate, cost_of_carry, volatility"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2370
msgid ""
"type_flag, spot1, spot2, strike1, strike2, time, cost_of_carry1, "
"cost_of_carry2, rate, volatility1, volatility2, rho"
msgstr ""
"type_flag, spot1, spot2, strike1, strike2, time, cost_of_carry1, "
"cost_of_carry2, rate, volatility1, volatility2, rho"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2387
+msgid "type_flag, spot1, spot2, strike1, strike2, time, cost_of_carry1, cost_of_carry2, rate, volatility1, volatility2, rho"
+msgstr "type_flag, spot1, spot2, strike1, strike2, time, cost_of_carry1, cost_of_carry2, rate, volatility1, volatility2, rho"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2375 ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2380
msgid ""
"spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,volatility1,"
"volatility2,rho"
msgstr ""
"spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,volatility1,"
"volatility2,rho"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2392
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2397
+msgid "spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,volatility1,volatility2,rho"
+msgstr "spot1,spot2,qty1,qty2,time,rate,cost_of_carry1,cost_of_carry2,volatility1,volatility2,rho"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2385
msgid ""
"call_put_flag,fut_price1,fut_price2,strike,time, rate,volatility1,"
"volatility2,rho"
msgstr ""
"call_put_flag,fut_price1,fut_price2,strike,time, rate,volatility1,"
"volatility2,rho"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2402
+msgid "call_put_flag,fut_price1,fut_price2,strike,time, rate,volatility1,volatility2,rho"
+msgstr "call_put_flag,fut_price1,fut_price2,strike,time, rate,volatility1,volatility2,rho"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2390
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2407
msgid "call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility"
msgstr ""
"call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility"
+msgstr "call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2395
msgid ""
"call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,strike,time,rate,cost_of_carry,"
"volatility"
msgstr ""
"call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,strike,time,rate,cost_of_carry,"
"volatility"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2412
+msgid "call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,strike,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility"
+msgstr "call_put_flag,spot,spot_min,spot_max,strike,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2401
msgid ""
"amer_euro_flag,call_put_flag,num_time_steps, spot, strike, time, rate, "
"volatility, cost_of_carry"
msgstr ""
"amer_euro_flag,call_put_flag,num_time_steps, spot, strike, time, rate, "
"volatility, cost_of_carry"
+#: ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:2418
+msgid "amer_euro_flag,call_put_flag,num_time_steps, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry"
+msgstr "amer_euro_flag,call_put_flag,num_time_steps, spot, strike, time, rate, volatility, cost_of_carry"
#: ../plugins/derivatives/plugin.xml.in.h:1
#: ../plugins/fnfinancial/plugin.xml.in.h:1
@@ 229,8 +217,10 @@ msgstr "Financial Derivatives"
msgid "Functions related to financial derivatives"
msgstr "Functions related to financial derivatives"
#: ../plugins/dif/dif.c:66 ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:5842
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:544 ../src/xmlio.c:3844
+#: ../plugins/dif/dif.c:66
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:6104
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:534
+#: ../src/xmlio.c:2631
msgid "Reading file..."
msgstr "Reading file..."
@@ 251,21 +241,13 @@ msgstr "Unknown value type %d at line %d. Ignoring."
#: ../plugins/dif/dif.c:228
#, cformat
msgid ""
"DIF file has more than the maximum number of rows %d. Ignoring remaining "
"rows."
msgstr ""
"DIF file has more than the maximum number of rows %d. Ignoring remaining "
"rows."
+msgid "DIF file has more than the maximum number of rows %d. Ignoring remaining rows."
+msgstr "DIF file has more than the maximum number of rows %d. Ignoring remaining rows."
#: ../plugins/dif/dif.c:232
#, cformat
msgid ""
"DIF file has more than the maximum number of columns %d. Ignoring remaining "
"columns."
msgstr ""
"DIF file has more than the maximum number of columns %d. Ignoring remaining "
"columns."
+msgid "DIF file has more than the maximum number of columns %d. Ignoring remaining columns."
+msgstr "DIF file has more than the maximum number of columns %d. Ignoring remaining columns."
#: ../plugins/dif/dif.c:244
#, cformat
@@ 298,68 +280,76 @@ msgid "Data Interchange Format (DIF) module"
msgstr "Data Interchange Format (DIF) module"
#: ../plugins/dif/plugin.xml.in.h:3
msgid ""
"Reads and writes information stored in the Data Interchange Format (*.dif)"
msgstr ""
"Reads and writes information stored in the Data Interchange Format (*.dif)"
+msgid "Reads and writes information stored in the Data Interchange Format (*.dif)"
+msgstr "Reads and writes information stored in the Data Interchange Format (*.dif)"
#: ../plugins/excel/boot.c:171
+#: ../plugins/excel/boot.c:186
msgid "No Workbook or Book streams found."
msgstr "No Workbook or Book streams found."
#: ../plugins/excel/boot.c:224
+#: ../plugins/excel/boot.c:239
msgid "Preparing to save..."
msgstr "Preparing to save..."
#: ../plugins/excel/boot.c:236
+#: ../plugins/excel/boot.c:251
msgid "Saving file..."
msgstr "Saving file..."
#: ../plugins/excel/excelxmlread.c:83 ../src/xmlsaxread.c:274
+#: ../plugins/excel/excelxmlread.c:131
+#: ../src/xmlsaxread.c:319
#, cformat
msgid "Unexpected attribute %s::%s == '%s'."
msgstr "Unexpected attribute %s::%s == '%s'."
#: ../plugins/excel/excelxmlread.c:196
#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:1503 ../src/xmlsaxread.c:1762
+#: ../plugins/excel/excelxmlread.c:994
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:2500
+#: ../src/xmlsaxread.c:1965
msgid "XML document not well formed!"
msgstr "XML document not well formed!"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1030 ../src/value.c:61
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1085
+#: ../src/value.c:61
msgid "#UNKNOWN!"
msgstr "#UNKNOWN!"
#. We can't use workbook_sheet_get_free_name since that would give us the same
#. name for multiple adds
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1112 ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1124
#: ../plugins/oleo/oleo.c:343 ../plugins/psiconv/psiconvread.c:510
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:475
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:479
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1167
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1179
+#: ../plugins/oleo/oleo.c:343
+#: ../plugins/psiconv/psiconvread.c:509
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:495
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:499
#, cformat
msgid "Sheet%d"
msgstr "Sheet%d"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1128
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1183
#, cformat
msgid "Macro%d"
msgstr "Macro%d"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1132
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1187
#, cformat
msgid "Chart%d"
msgstr "Chart%d"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1135
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:1190
#, cformat
msgid "Module%d"
msgstr "Module%d"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:2930
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:3046
#, cformat
msgid "Failure parsing name '%s'"
msgstr "Failure parsing name '%s'"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:3026
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:3149
+#, cformat
+msgid "Incorrect expression for name '%s': content will be lost.\n"
+msgstr "Incorrect expression for name '%s': content will be lost.\n"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:3159
#, cformat
msgid ""
"DDE links are not supported.\n"
@@ 368,7 +358,7 @@ msgstr ""
"DDE links are not supported.\n"
"Name '%s' will be lost.\n"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:3032
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:3165
#, cformat
msgid ""
"OLE links are not supported.\n"
@@ 377,74 +367,164 @@ msgstr ""
"OLE links are not supported.\n"
"Name '%s' will be lost.\n"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:5149
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:5402
msgid "external references"
msgstr "external references"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:5173
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:5428
msgid "No password supplied"
msgstr "No password supplied"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelread.c:6071
msgid "Unable to locate valid MS Excel workbook"
msgstr "Unable to locate valid MS Excel workbook"

#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelwrite.c:208
msgid ""
"This is somewhat corrupt.\n"
"We already wrote a length for a string that is being truncated due to "
"encoding problems."
msgstr ""
"This is somewhat corrupt.\n"
"We already wrote a length for a string that is being truncated due to "
"encoding problems."

#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelwrite.c:4215
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelwrite.c:195
#, cformat
msgid ""
"Some content will be lost when saving as MS Excel (tm) 95. It only supports %"
"d rows, and this workbook has %d"
msgstr ""
"Some content will be lost when saving as MS Excel (tm) 95. It only supports %"
"d rows, and this workbook has %d"
+msgid "Some content will be lost when saving. This format only supports %u column, and this workbook has %d"
+msgid_plural "Some content will be lost when saving. This format only supports %u columns, and this workbook has %d"
+msgstr[0] "Some content will be lost when saving. This format only supports %u column, and this workbook has %d"
+msgstr[1] "Some content will be lost when saving. This format only supports %u columns, and this workbook has %d"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelwrite.c:4222
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelwrite.c:207
#, cformat
+msgid "Some content will be lost when saving. This format only supports %u row, and this workbook has %d"
+msgid_plural "Some content will be lost when saving. This format only supports %u rows, and this workbook has %d"
+msgstr[0] "Some content will be lost when saving. This format only supports %u row, and this workbook has %d"
+msgstr[1] "Some content will be lost when saving. This format only supports %u rows, and this workbook has %d"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelwrite.c:312
msgid ""
"Some content will be lost when saving as MS Excel (tm). It only supports %d "
"rows, and this workbook has %d"
+"This is somewhat corrupt.\n"
+"We already wrote a length for a string that is being truncated due to encoding problems."
msgstr ""
"Some content will be lost when saving as MS Excel (tm). It only supports %d "
"rows, and this workbook has %d"
+"This is somewhat corrupt.\n"
+"We already wrote a length for a string that is being truncated due to encoding problems."
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelwrite.c:4992
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelwrite.c:5391
msgid "Couldn't open stream 'Book' for writing\n"
msgstr "Couldn't open stream 'Book' for writing\n"
#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelwrite.c:5012
+#: ../plugins/excel/msexcelwrite.c:5411
msgid "Couldn't open stream 'Workbook' for writing\n"
msgstr "Couldn't open stream 'Workbook' for writing\n"
#: ../plugins/excel/msformularead.c:652
+#: ../plugins/excel/msformularead.c:656
msgid "Broken function"
msgstr "Broken function"
#: ../plugins/excel/msformulawrite.c:535
#, cformat
msgid ""
"Too many arguments for function '%s', MS Excel expects exactly %d and we "
"have %d"
msgstr ""
"Too many arguments for function '%s', MS Excel expects exactly %d and we "
"have %d"
+msgid "Too many arguments for function '%s', MS Excel can only handle %d not %d"
+msgstr "Too many arguments for function '%s', MS Excel can only handle %d not %d"
#: ../plugins/excel/msformulawrite.c:536
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:378
#, cformat
msgid ""
"Too many arguments for function '%s', MS Excel can only handle %d not %d"
msgstr ""
"Too many arguments for function '%s', MS Excel can only handle %d not %d"
+msgid "Unknown enum value '%s' for attribute %s"
+msgstr "Unknown enum value '%s' for attribute %s"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:421
+#, cformat
+msgid "Integer '%s' is out of range, for attribute %s"
+msgstr "Integer '%s' is out of range, for attribute %s"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:425
+#, cformat
+msgid "Invalid integer '%s' for attribute %s"
+msgstr "Invalid integer '%s' for attribute %s"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:450
+#, cformat
+msgid "Invalid number '%s' for attribute %s"
+msgstr "Invalid number '%s' for attribute %s"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:474
+#, cformat
+msgid "Invalid cell position '%s' for attribute %s"
+msgstr "Invalid cell position '%s' for attribute %s"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:493
+#, cformat
+msgid "Invalid range '%s' for attribute %s"
+msgstr "Invalid range '%s' for attribute %s"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:594
+#, cformat
+msgid "Invalid color '%s' for attribute rgb"
+msgstr "Invalid color '%s' for attribute rgb"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:617
+#, cformat
+msgid "Undefined style record '%d'"
+msgstr "Undefined style record '%d'"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:626
+#, cformat
+msgid "Undefined partial style record '%d'"
+msgstr "Undefined partial style record '%d'"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:641
+#, cformat
+msgid "Undefined number format id '%s'"
+msgstr "Undefined number format id '%s'"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:696
+#, cformat
+msgid "Invalid sst ref '%s'"
+msgstr "Invalid sst ref '%s'"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:818
+#, cformat
+msgid "Invalid cell %s"
+msgstr "Invalid cell %s"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:918
+msgid "Ignoring column information that does not specify first or last."
+msgstr "Ignoring column information that does not specify first or last."
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:1159
+msgid "Undefined"
+msgstr "Undefined"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:1191
+#, cformat
+msgid "Ignoring unhandled conditional format of type '%s'"
+msgstr "Ignoring unhandled conditional format of type '%s'"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:1491
+msgid "Ignoring a sheet without a name"
+msgstr "Ignoring a sheet without a name"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:1519
+#, cformat
+msgid "Missing partid for sheet '%s'"
+msgstr "Missing partid for sheet '%s'"
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:1535
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:2244
+msgid "is corrupt!"
+msgstr "is corrupt!"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/xlsxread.c:1959
+#, cformat
+msgid "Undefined font record '%d'"
+msgstr "Undefined font record '%d'"
+
+#. TODO * TODO * TODO
+#. *
+#. * Named expressions
+#. * rich text
+#. * validation
+#. * autofilters
+#. * workbook/calc properties
+#. * more print settings
+#. * comments
+#. * text direction in styles
+#. *
+#. * IMPROVE
+#. *  column widths : Don't use hard coded font side
+#. *  share colours
+#. *  conditional formats
+#. * : why do we need to flip fg and bg for solid in xf but not for dxf
+#. * : other condition types
+#. * : check binary operators
+#. *
#: ../plugins/excel/plugin.xml.in.h:1
msgid "Imports/Exports MS Excel (tm) files"
msgstr "Imports/Exports MS Excel (tm) files"
@@ 458,69 +538,77 @@ msgid "MS Excel (tm) (*.xls)"
msgstr "MS Excel (tm) (*.xls)"
#: ../plugins/excel/plugin.xml.in.h:4
+msgid "MS Excel (tm) 12"
+msgstr "MS Excel (tm) 12"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/plugin.xml.in.h:5
+msgid "MS Excel (tm) 2003 SpreadsheetML"
+msgstr "MS Excel (tm) 2003 SpreadsheetML"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/plugin.xml.in.h:6
+msgid "MS Excel (tm) 2007"
+msgstr "MS Excel (tm) 2007"
+
+#: ../plugins/excel/plugin.xml.in.h:7
msgid "MS Excel (tm) 5.0/95"
msgstr "MS Excel (tm) 5.0/95"
#: ../plugins/excel/plugin.xml.in.h:5
+#: ../plugins/excel/plugin.xml.in.h:8
msgid "MS Excel (tm) 97/2000/XP"
msgstr "MS Excel (tm) 97/2000/XP"
#: ../plugins/excel/plugin.xml.in.h:6
+#: ../plugins/excel/plugin.xml.in.h:9
msgid "MS Excel (tm) 97/2000/XP & 5.0/95"
msgstr "MS Excel (tm) 97/2000/XP & 5.0/95"
#: ../plugins/excel/plugin.xml.in.h:7
msgid "MS Excel (tm) SpreadsheetML"
msgstr "MS Excel (tm) SpreadsheetML"

#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1603
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1607
msgid "real,im,suffix"
msgstr "real,im,suffix"
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1606
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1609
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1612
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1615
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1618
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1624
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1627
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1630
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1633
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1639
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1642
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1645
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1655
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1658
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1661
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1667
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1670
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1673
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1676
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1679
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1682
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1685
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1688
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1691
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1694
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1697
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1700
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1703
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1706
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1709
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1712
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1715
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1718
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1721
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1724
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1727
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1610
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1613
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1616
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1619
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1622
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1628
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1631
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1634
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1637
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1643
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1646
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1649
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1659
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1662
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1665
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1671
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1674
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1677
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1680
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1683
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1686
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1689
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1692
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1695
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1698
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1701
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1704
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1707
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1710
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1713
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1716
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1719
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1722
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1725
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1728
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1731
msgid "inumber"
msgstr "inumber"
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1621
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1636
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1648
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1651
#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1664
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1625
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1640
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1652
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1655
+#: ../plugins/fncomplex/functions.c:1668
msgid "inumber,inumber"
msgstr "inumber,inumber"
@@ 556,7 +644,8 @@ msgstr "database,field,criteria"
msgid "pivot_table,field_name"
msgstr "pivot_table,field_name"
#: ../plugins/fndatabase/plugin.xml.in.h:1 ../plugins/gda/plugin.xml.in.h:1
+#: ../plugins/fndatabase/plugin.xml.in.h:1
+#: ../plugins/gda/plugin.xml.in.h:1
msgid "Database"
msgstr "Database"
@@ 568,75 +657,70 @@ msgstr "Database Functions"
msgid "Functions looking up values in databases"
msgstr "Functions looking up values in databases"
#. Path of the current directory or folder.
#. Absolute A1style reference, as text, prepended with "$A:"
#. * for Lotus 123 release 3.x compatibility. Returns the cell
#. * reference of the top and leftmost cell visible in the
#. * window, based on the current scrolling position.
#.
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:959 ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1295
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1311
msgid "Unimplemented"
msgstr "Unimplemented"

#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1291
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1451
msgid "year,month,day"
msgstr "year,month,day"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1295
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1455
msgid "date_str"
msgstr "date_str"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1299
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1459
msgid "date1,date2,interval"
msgstr "date1,date2,interval"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1303 ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1327
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1355 ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1359
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1367 ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1371
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1384 ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1388
#: ../src/printinfo.c:483
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1463
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1487
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1515
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1519
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1527
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1531
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1544
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1548
+#: ../src/printinfo.c:484
msgid "date"
msgstr "date"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1307
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1467
msgid "date1,date2,method"
msgstr "date1,date2,method"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1311
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1471
msgid "date,months"
msgstr "date,months"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1315
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1475
msgid "start_date,months"
msgstr "start_date,months"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1319 ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1323
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1339 ../src/printinfo.c:484
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1479
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1483
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1499
+#: ../src/printinfo.c:485
msgid "time"
msgstr "time"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1331
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1491
msgid "start_date,end_date,holidays"
msgstr "start_date,end_date,holidays"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1343
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1503
msgid "hours,minutes,seconds"
msgstr "hours,minutes,seconds"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1347
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1507
msgid "timetext"
msgstr "timetext"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1363
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1523
msgid "date,days,holidays"
msgstr "date,days,holidays"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1376
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1536
msgid "unixtime"
msgstr "unixtime"
#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1380
+#: ../plugins/fndate/functions.c:1540
msgid "serial"
msgstr "serial"
@@ 652,10 +736,6 @@ msgstr "Date/Time"
msgid "Functions manipulating dates and time"
msgstr "Functions manipulating dates and time"
#: ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1262 ../plugins/fneng/functions.c:1319
msgid "Impossible"
msgstr "Impossible"

#: ../plugins/fneng/plugin.xml.in.h:1
msgid "Engineering"
msgstr "Engineering"
@@ 668,7 +748,8 @@ msgstr "Engineering Functions"
msgid "Functions for complex numbers, base conversions, and more"
msgstr "Functions for complex numbers, base conversions, and more"
#: ../plugins/fnerlang/functions.c:319 ../plugins/fnerlang/functions.c:324
+#: ../plugins/fnerlang/functions.c:319
+#: ../plugins/fnerlang/functions.c:324
msgid "traffic,circuits"
msgstr "traffic,circuits"
@@ 700,73 +781,101 @@ msgstr "Financial Functions"
msgid "Interest rate calculations"
msgstr "Interest rate calculations"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1319
+#. Path of the current directory or folder.
+#. Absolute A1style reference, as text, prepended with "$A:"
+#. * for Lotus 123 release 3.x compatibility. Returns the cell
+#. * reference of the top and leftmost cell visible in the
+#. * window, based on the current scrolling position.
+#.
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1307
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1323
+msgid "Unimplemented"
+msgstr "Unimplemented"
+
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1331
msgid "Unknown version"
msgstr "Unknown version"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1321
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1333
#, cformat
msgid "%s version %s"
msgstr "%s version %s"
#. Current recalculation mode; returns "Automatic" or "Manual".
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1334
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2332
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2337
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2347 ../src/wbcgtk.c:536
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1348
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2219
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2223
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2231
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:577
msgid "Automatic"
msgstr "Automatic"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1344
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1348
+msgid "Manual"
+msgstr "Manual"
+
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1358
msgid "Unknown system"
msgstr "Unknown system"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1360
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1374
msgid "Unknown info_type"
msgstr "Unknown info_type"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1711 ../src/func.c:954
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1730
msgid "Invalid number of arguments"
msgstr "Invalid number of arguments"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1874
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1883
msgid "info_type, cell"
msgstr "info_type, cell"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1877 ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1883
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1886 ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1889
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1892 ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1895
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1898 ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1901
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1904 ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1907
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1910 ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1913
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1916 ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1922
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1266
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1886
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1892
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1895
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1898
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1901
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1904
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1907
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1910
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1913
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1916
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1919
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1922
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1925
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1931
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1276
msgid "value"
msgstr "value"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1880
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1889
msgid "info_type"
msgstr "info_type"
#. XL stores this in statistical ?
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1927
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1936
msgid "range"
msgstr "range"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1931 ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1209
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1212 ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1215
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1236 ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1239
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1242 ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1248
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1272 ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1275
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1278
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1940
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1219
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1222
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1225
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1246
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1249
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1252
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1258
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1282
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1285
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1288
msgid "text"
msgstr "text"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1934
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1943
msgid "cell"
msgstr "cell"
#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1937
+#: ../plugins/fninfo/functions.c:1946
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1210
msgid "string"
msgstr "string"
@@ 782,55 +891,91 @@ msgstr "Information"
msgid "Information Functions"
msgstr "Information Functions"
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:132
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:135
msgid "Type Mismatch"
msgstr "Type Mismatch"
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:354 ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:358
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:378 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3458
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5925 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5929
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5933 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5971
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5974 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5983
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6019 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6033
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6036 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6039
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6061 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6065
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6069 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6073
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6077 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6081
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6127 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6137
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6141 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6145
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6149 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6178
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6181 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6184
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6187 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6203
#: ../src/funcbuiltin.c:136 ../src/funcbuiltin.c:142
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:359
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:363
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:383
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3465
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5812
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5816
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5820
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5858
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5861
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5870
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5906
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5920
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5923
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5926
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5948
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5952
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5956
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5960
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5964
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5968
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6014
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6024
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6028
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6032
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6036
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6065
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6068
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6071
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6074
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6090
+#: ../src/funcbuiltin.c:265
+#: ../src/funcbuiltin.c:271
msgid "number,number,"
msgstr "number,number,"
#. MS Excel puts this in the engineering functions
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:362 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3290
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3294 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3297
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3300 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3303
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3306 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3309
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3315 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3324
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3333 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3341
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3344 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3347
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3350 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3353
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3358 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3362
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3368 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3378
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3385 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3388
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3394 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3397
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3410 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3416
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3422 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3443
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3446 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3449
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3452 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3455
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3468 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3480
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3483 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5995
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5998 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6016
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6094 ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1203
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1206
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:367
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3297
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3301
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3304
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3307
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3310
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3313
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3316
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3322
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3331
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3340
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3348
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3351
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3354
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3357
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3360
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3365
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3369
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3375
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3385
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3392
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3395
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3401
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3404
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3417
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3423
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3429
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3450
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3453
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3456
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3459
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3462
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3475
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3487
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3490
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5882
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5885
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5903
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5981
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1213
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1216
msgid "number"
msgstr "number"
#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:366
+#: ../plugins/fnlogical/functions.c:371
msgid "condition,if true,if false"
msgstr "condition,if true,if false"
@@ 846,56 +991,60 @@ msgstr "Logic"
msgid "Logic Functions"
msgstr "Logic Functions"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1266
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1268
msgid "row_num,col_num,abs_num,a1,text"
msgstr "row_num,col_num,abs_num,a1,text"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1269
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1271
msgid "reference"
msgstr "reference"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1272
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1274
msgid "index,value,"
msgstr "index,value,"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1275 ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1281
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1305 ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1308
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1277
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1283
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1307
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1310
msgid "ref"
msgstr "ref"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1278
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1280
msgid "colname"
msgstr "colname"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1284 ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1314
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1286
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1316
msgid "val,range,col_idx,approx,as_index"
msgstr "val,range,col_idx,approx,as_index"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1287
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1289
msgid "link_location, label"
msgstr "link_location, label"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1290
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1292
msgid "ref_string,format"
msgstr "ref_string,format"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1293
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1295
msgid "reference,row,col,area"
msgstr "reference,row,col,area"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1296
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1298
msgid "val,range,range"
msgstr "val,range,range"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1299
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1301
msgid "val,range,approx"
msgstr "val,range,approx"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1302
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1304
msgid "ref,row,col,height,width"
msgstr "ref,row,col,height,width"
#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1311 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3496
+#: ../plugins/fnlookup/functions.c:1313
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3503
msgid "array"
msgstr "array"
@@ 911,86 +1060,103 @@ msgstr "Lookup"
msgid "Lookup Functions"
msgstr "Lookup Functions"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2544 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2564
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2660 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2680
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2774 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2794
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3122 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3152
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2560
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2580
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2676
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2696
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2790
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:2810
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3026
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:3056
msgid "Array version not implemented!"
msgstr "Array version not implemented!"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3312
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3319
msgid "xnum,ynum"
msgstr "xnum,ynum"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3318 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3321
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1196 ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1217
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1223 ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1262
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1277 ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1280
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3325
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3328
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1200
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1221
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1227
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1266
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1281
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1284
msgid "a,b"
msgstr "a,b"
#. MS Excel puts this in statistical
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3329
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3336
msgid "range,criteria"
msgstr "range,criteria"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3337
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3344
msgid "number,significance"
msgstr "number,significance"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3365 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6109
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3372
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5996
msgid "n,k"
msgstr "n,k"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3372
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3379
msgid "number,number"
msgstr "number,number"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3391
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3398
msgid "number,base"
msgstr "number,base"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3400 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3419
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3407
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3426
msgid "numerator,denominator"
msgstr "numerator,denominator"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3403
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3410
msgid "number,multiple"
msgstr "number,multiple"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3413
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3420
msgid "base,exponent"
msgstr "base,exponent"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3425
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3432
msgid "number,type"
msgstr "number,type"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3428 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3432
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3436 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3486
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3435
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3439
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3443
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3493
msgid "number,digits"
msgstr "number,digits"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3440
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3447
msgid "x,n,m,coefficients"
msgstr "x,n,m,coefficients"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3462
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3469
msgid "range,criteria,actual_range"
msgstr "range,criteria,actual_range"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3465
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3472
msgid "range,range,"
msgstr "range,range,"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3471 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3474
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3477 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3493
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5968 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5977
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6100 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6156
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3478
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3481
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3484
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3500
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5855
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5864
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5987
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6043
msgid "array1,array2"
msgstr "array1,array2"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3499 ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3503
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3506
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/functions.c:3510
msgid "array,matrix_type,bandsize"
msgstr "array,matrix_type,bandsize"
@@ 1002,242 +1168,103 @@ msgstr "Math Functions"
msgid "Mathematical Functions"
msgstr "Mathematical Functions"
#: ../plugins/fnmath/plugin.xml.in.h:3 ../src/funcbuiltin.c:157
+#: ../plugins/fnmath/plugin.xml.in.h:3
+#: ../src/funcbuiltin.c:293
msgid "Mathematics"
msgstr "Mathematics"
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1164
msgid "x,mu,sigma,give_log"
msgstr "x,mu,sigma,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1172
msgid "x,mu,sigma,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,mu,sigma,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1180
msgid "p,mu,sigma,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "p,mu,sigma,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1188
msgid "x,logmean,logsd,give_log"
msgstr "x,logmean,logsd,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1196 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1204
msgid "x,logmean,logsd,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,logmean,logsd,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1212 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1332
msgid "x,shape,scale,give_log"
msgstr "x,shape,scale,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1220 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1340
msgid "x,shape,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,shape,scale,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1228 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1348
msgid "p,shape,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "p,shape,scale,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1236
msgid "x,a,b,give_log"
msgstr "x,a,b,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1244
msgid "x,a,b,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,a,b,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1252
msgid "p,a,b,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "p,a,b,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1260
msgid "x,n,give_log"
msgstr "x,n,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1268
msgid "x,n,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,n,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1276
msgid "p,n,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "p,n,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1284
msgid "x,n1,n2,give_log"
msgstr "x,n1,n2,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1292 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1300
msgid "x,n1,n2,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,n1,n2,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1308
msgid "x,df,give_log"
msgstr "x,df,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1316
msgid "x,df,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,df,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1324
msgid "p,df,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "p,df,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1356
msgid "x,lambda,give_log"
msgstr "x,lambda,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1364
msgid "x,lambda,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,lambda,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1372
msgid "p,lambda,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "p,lambda,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1380
msgid "x,scale,give_log"
msgstr "x,scale,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1388
msgid "x,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,scale,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1396
msgid "p,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "p,scale,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1404 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1428
msgid "x,n,psuc,give_log"
msgstr "x,n,psuc,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1412 ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1420
#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1436
msgid "x,n,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,n,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1444
msgid "p,n,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "p,n,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1452
msgid "x,r,b,n,give_log"
msgstr "x,r,b,n,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1460
msgid "x,r,b,n,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,r,b,n,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1468
msgid "x,psuc,give_log"
msgstr "x,psuc,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1476
msgid "x,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1484
msgid "p,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "p,psuc,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1492
msgid "x,location,scale,give_log"
msgstr "x,location,scale,give_log"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1500
msgid "x,location,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "x,location,scale,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/functions.c:1508
msgid "p,location,scale,lower_tail,log_p"
msgstr "p,location,scale,lower_tail,log_p"

#: ../plugins/fnr/plugin.xml.in.h:1 ../plugins/fnstat/plugin.xml.in.h:1
+#: ../plugins/fnr/plugin.xml.in.h:1
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/plugin.xml.in.h:1
msgid "Statistical Functions"
msgstr "Statistical Functions"
#: ../plugins/fnr/plugin.xml.in.h:2
msgid ""
"Statistical Functions with naming a calling conventions from The R Project"
msgstr ""
"Statistical Functions with naming a calling conventions from The R Project"
+msgid "Statistical Functions with naming a calling conventions from The R Project"
+msgstr "Statistical Functions with naming a calling conventions from The R Project"
#: ../plugins/fnr/plugin.xml.in.h:3 ../plugins/fnstat/plugin.xml.in.h:2
+#: ../plugins/fnr/plugin.xml.in.h:3
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/plugin.xml.in.h:2
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:12
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:27
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:38
msgid "Statistics"
msgstr "Statistics"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1193 ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1229
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1247 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6097
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1197
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1233
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1251
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5984
msgid "p"
msgstr "p"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1199
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1203
msgid "bottom,top"
msgstr "bottom,top"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1202
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1206
msgid "p,trials"
msgstr "p,trials"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1205 ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1241
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1250
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1209
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1245
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1254
msgid "a"
msgstr "a"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1208 ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1274
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1212
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1278
msgid "nu"
msgstr "nu"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1211
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1215
msgid "value_range,prob_range"
msgstr "value_range,prob_range"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1214
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1218
msgid "b"
msgstr "b"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1220
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1224
msgid "nu1,nu2"
msgstr "nu1,nu2"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1226 ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1271
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1230
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1275
msgid "a,sigma"
msgstr "a,sigma"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1232
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1236
msgid "a,b,type"
msgstr "a,b,type"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1235
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1239
msgid "n1,n2,t"
msgstr "n1,n2,t"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1244
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1248
msgid "c,alpha,beta"
msgstr "c,alpha,beta"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1253
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1257
msgid "zeta,sigma"
msgstr "zeta,sigma"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1256
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1260
msgid "p,failures"
msgstr "p,failures"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1259
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1263
msgid "mean,stdev"
msgstr "mean,stdev"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1265
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1269
msgid "lambda"
msgstr "lambda"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1268
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1272
msgid "sigma"
msgstr "sigma"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1283
+#: ../plugins/fnrandom/functions.c:1287
msgid "d1,d2,...,dN"
msgstr "d1,d2,...,dN"
@@ 1251,237 +1278,244 @@ msgstr "Random Number Functions"
#: ../plugins/fnrandom/plugin.xml.in.h:3
#: ../src/dialogs/randomgeneration.glade.h:6
#: ../src/tools/randomgenerator.c:674 ../src/tools/randomgenerator.c:677
+#: ../src/tools/randomgenerator.c:674
+#: ../src/tools/randomgenerator.c:677
msgid "Random Numbers"
msgstr "Random Numbers"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5938 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6200
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5825
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6087
msgid "k,p"
msgstr "k,p"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5942
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5829
msgid "x,alpha,beta,a,b"
msgstr "x,alpha,beta,a,b"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5945
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5832
msgid "p,alpha,beta,a,b"
msgstr "p,alpha,beta,a,b"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5948
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5835
msgid "n,t,p,c"
msgstr "n,t,p,c"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5952
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5839
msgid "x,a,cum"
msgstr "x,a,cum"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5956
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5843
msgid "x,dof"
msgstr "x,dof"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5959 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6165
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5846
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6052
msgid "p,dof"
msgstr "p,dof"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5962
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5849
msgid "act_range,theo_range"
msgstr "act_range,theo_range"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5965
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5852
msgid "x,stddev,size"
msgstr "x,stddev,size"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5980
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5867
msgid "trials,p,alpha"
msgstr "trials,p,alpha"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5986
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5873
msgid "x,y,cumulative"
msgstr "x,y,cumulative"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5989
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5876
msgid "x,dof of num,dof of denom"
msgstr "x,dof of num,dof of denom"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5992
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5879
msgid "p,dof of num,dof of denom"
msgstr "p,dof of num,dof of denom"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6001
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5888
msgid "x,known y's,known x's"
msgstr "x,known y's,known x's"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6004
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5891
msgid "data_array,bins_array"
msgstr "data_array,bins_array"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6007
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5894
msgid "arr1,arr2"
msgstr "arr1,arr2"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6010
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5897
msgid "number,alpha,beta,cum"
msgstr "number,alpha,beta,cum"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6013
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5900
msgid "number,alpha,beta"
msgstr "number,alpha,beta"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6023 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6168
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5910
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6055
msgid "known_y's,known_x's,new_x's,const"
msgstr "known_y's,known_x's,new_x's,const"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6030
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5917
msgid "x,n,M,N,cumulative"
msgstr "x,n,M,N,cumulative"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6043 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6046
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6058
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5930
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5933
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5945
msgid "known_y's,known_x's,const,stat"
msgstr "known_y's,known_x's,const,stat"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6049 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6124
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6153
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5936
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6011
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6040
msgid "known_y's,known_x's"
msgstr "known_y's,known_x's"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6052 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6091
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5939
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5978
msgid "p,mean,stddev"
msgstr "p,mean,stddev"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6055 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6131
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5942
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6018
msgid "x,mean,stddev"
msgstr "x,mean,stddev"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6085
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5972
msgid "f,t,p"
msgstr "f,t,p"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6088
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5975
msgid "x,mean,stddev,cumulative"
msgstr "x,mean,stddev,cumulative"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6103
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5990
msgid "array,k"
msgstr "array,k"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6106
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5993
msgid "array,x,significance"
msgstr "array,x,significance"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6112
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:5999
msgid "x,mean,cumulative"
msgstr "x,mean,cumulative"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6115
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6002
msgid "x_range,prob_range,lower_limit,upper_limit"
msgstr "x_range,prob_range,lower_limit,upper_limit"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6118
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6005
msgid "array,quart"
msgstr "array,quart"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6134
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6021
msgid "array,interval"
msgstr "array,interval"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6162
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6049
msgid "x,dof,tails"
msgstr "x,dof,tails"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6171
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6058
msgid "ref,fraction"
msgstr "ref,fraction"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6175
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6062
msgid "array1,array2,tails,type"
msgstr "array1,array2,tails,type"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6190
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6077
msgid "x.alpha,beta,cumulative"
msgstr "x.alpha,beta,cumulative"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6193
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6080
msgid "ref,x"
msgstr "ref,x"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6197 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6215
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6084
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6102
msgid "x,a,b"
msgstr "x,a,b"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6206
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6093
msgid "x"
msgstr "x"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6209 ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6212
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6096
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6099
msgid "x,a"
msgstr "x,a"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6218
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6105
msgid "x,sigma"
msgstr "x,sigma"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6221
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6108
msgid "x,a,sigma"
msgstr "x,a,sigma"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6227
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6114
msgid "function_nbr,ref,ref,"
msgstr "function_nbr,ref,ref,"
#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6230
+#: ../plugins/fnstat/functions.c:6117
msgid "ref,ref,"
msgstr "ref,ref,"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:805
msgid "Arguments out of range"
msgstr "Arguments out of range"

#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1218
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1228
msgid "text,text,"
msgstr "text,text,"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1221
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1231
msgid "num,decimals"
msgstr "num,decimals"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1224
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1234
msgid "text1,text2"
msgstr "text1,text2"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1227
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1237
msgid "text1,text2,num"
msgstr "text1,text2,num"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1230
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1240
msgid "num,decs,no_commas"
msgstr "num,decs,no_commas"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1233 ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1257
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1243
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1267
msgid "text,num_chars"
msgstr "text,num_chars"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1245
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1255
msgid "text,pos,num"
msgstr "text,pos,num"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1251
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1261
msgid "old,start,num,new"
msgstr "old,start,num,new"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1254
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1264
msgid "text,num"
msgstr "text,num"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1260
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1270
msgid "search_string,text,start_num"
msgstr "search_string,text,start_num"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1263
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1273
msgid "text,old,new,num"
msgstr "text,old,new,num"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1269
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/functions.c:1279
msgid "value,format_text"
msgstr "value,format_text"
@@ 1489,8 +1523,9 @@ msgstr "value,format_text"
msgid "Functions for manipulating strings"
msgstr "Functions for manipulating strings"
#: ../plugins/fnstring/plugin.xml.in.h:2 ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:154
#: ../src/func.c:838
+#: ../plugins/fnstring/plugin.xml.in.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:154
+#: ../src/func.c:938
msgid "String"
msgstr "String"
@@ 1498,28 +1533,30 @@ msgstr "String"
msgid "String Functions"
msgstr "String Functions"
#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:59
+#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:63
msgid "Too much data returned"
msgstr "Too much data returned"
#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:99
+#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:178
msgid "Database Connection"
msgstr "Database Connection"
#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:172
+#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:266
msgid "Format: execSQL(dsn,user,password,sql)"
msgstr "Format: execSQL(dsn,user,password,sql)"
#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:176 ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:246
+#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:270
+#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:346
#, cformat
msgid "Error: could not open connection to %s"
msgstr "Error: could not open connection to %s"
#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:186 ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:256
+#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:280
+#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:356
msgid "Error: no recordsets were returned"
msgstr "Error: no recordsets were returned"
#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:242
+#: ../plugins/gda/plugingda.c:342
msgid "Format: readDBTable(dsn,user,password,table)"
msgstr "Format: readDBTable(dsn,user,password,table)"
@@ 1551,7 +1588,7 @@ msgstr "Gnome Glossary PO file format"
msgid "It provides support for saving Gnome Glossary in .po files."
msgstr "It provides support for saving Gnome Glossary in .po files."
#: ../plugins/html/html_read.c:543
+#: ../plugins/html/html_read.c:548
msgid "Unable to parse the html."
msgstr "Unable to parse the html."
@@ 1584,18 +1621,22 @@ msgid "LaTeX 2e (*.tex)"
msgstr "LaTeX 2e (*.tex)"
#: ../plugins/html/plugin.xml.in.h:8
+msgid "LaTeX 2e (*.tex) table fragment"
+msgstr "LaTeX 2e (*.tex) table fragment"
+
+#: ../plugins/html/plugin.xml.in.h:9
msgid "TROFF (*.me)"
msgstr "TROFF (*.me)"
#: ../plugins/html/plugin.xml.in.h:9
+#: ../plugins/html/plugin.xml.in.h:10
msgid "XHTML (*.html)"
msgstr "XHTML (*.html)"
#: ../plugins/html/plugin.xml.in.h:10
+#: ../plugins/html/plugin.xml.in.h:11
msgid "XHTML range  for export to clipboard"
msgstr "XHTML range  for export to clipboard"
#: ../plugins/lotus123/boot.c:72
+#: ../plugins/lotus123/boot.c:85
msgid "Error while reading lotus workbook."
msgstr "Error while reading lotus workbook."
@@ 1611,34 +1652,37 @@ msgstr "Lotus 123"
msgid "Lotus 123 (*.wk1, *.wks, *.123)"
msgstr "Lotus 123 (*.wk1, *.wks, *.123)"
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:178
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:179
msgid "Program Name"
msgstr "Program Name"
#. Print 'Status'.
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:184
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:185
msgid "Feasible"
msgstr "Feasible"
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:218
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:219
msgid "Objective Value"
msgstr "Objective Value"
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:224
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:225
msgid "Objective function:"
msgstr "Objective function:"
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:231
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:232
msgid "Constraints:"
msgstr "Constraints:"
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:242 ../src/dialogs/dialogdefinenames.c:496
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogformulaguru.c:800
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogfunctionselect.c:443
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogfunctionselect.c:465
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:243
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdefinenames.c:570
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdocmetadata.c:1277
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogformulaguru.c:812
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogfunctionselect.c:444
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogfunctionselect.c:466
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpastenames.c:101
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogscenarios.c:368
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:217 ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.c:198
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:217
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.c:198
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:79
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:101
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:128
@@ 1646,12 +1690,16 @@ msgstr "Constraints:"
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:281
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:393
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:400
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:668 ../src/commands.c:6241
#: ../src/formattemplate.c:249
+#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:668
+#: ../src/commands.c:5610
+#: ../src/formattemplate.c:251
+#: ../src/sheet.c:546
msgid "Name"
msgstr "Name"
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:269 ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:222
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:270
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdocmetadata.c:1283
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:222
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:236
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:282
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:394
@@ 1662,20 +1710,23 @@ msgstr "Value"
#.
#. * Fill in the labels of `General Info' section.
#.
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:270 ../src/dialogs/dialogformulaguru.c:804
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:424 ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:515
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:271
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogformulaguru.c:816
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:422
+#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:515
msgid "Type"
msgstr "Type"
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:271
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:272
msgid "RHS"
msgstr "RHS"
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:272 ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:132
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:273
+#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:132
msgid "Slack"
msgstr "Slack"
#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:649
+#: ../plugins/mps/mps.c:639
msgid "Error while reading MPS file."
msgstr "Error while reading MPS file."
@@ 1724,12 +1775,8 @@ msgid "Number Theory"
msgstr "Number Theory"
#: ../plugins/numtheory/plugin.xml.in.h:3
msgid ""
"Several basic utilities for prime numbers, pi, phi, sigma. It also holds "
"some simple bitwise operations."
msgstr ""
"Several basic utilities for prime numbers, pi, phi, sigma. It also holds "
"some simple bitwise operations."
+msgid "Several basic utilities for prime numbers, pi, phi, sigma. It also holds some simple bitwise operations."
+msgstr "Several basic utilities for prime numbers, pi, phi, sigma. It also holds some simple bitwise operations."
#: ../plugins/oleo/plugin.xml.in.h:1
msgid "GNU Oleo"
@@ 1743,65 +1790,78 @@ msgstr "GNU Oleo (*.oleo)"
msgid "Imports GNU Oleo documents"
msgstr "Imports GNU Oleo documents"
#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:536
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:520
+#, cformat
+msgid "Content past the maxium number of rows supported in this build (%u). Please recompile with larger limits."
+msgstr "Content past the maxium number of rows supported in this build (%u). Please recompile with larger limits."
+
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:693
msgid "Missing expression"
msgstr "Missing expression"
#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:541
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:700
+msgid "Missing expression namespace"
+msgstr "Missing expression namespace"
+
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:708
#, cformat
msgid "Expression '%s' does not start with a recognized character"
msgstr "Expression '%s' does not start with a recognised character"
#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:554
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:723
#, cformat
msgid "Unable to parse '%s' because '%s'"
msgstr "Unable to parse '%s' because '%s'"
+msgid ""
+"Unable to parse\n"
+"\t'%s'\n"
+"because '%s'"
+msgstr ""
+"Unable to parse\n"
+"\t'%s'\n"
+"because '%s'"
#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:625
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:799
msgid "Invalid array expression does not specify number of columns."
msgstr "Invalid array expression does not specify number of columns."
#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:628
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:802
msgid "Invalid array expression does not specify number of rows."
msgstr "Invalid array expression does not specify number of rows."
#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:1147
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:1507
#, cformat
msgid "Unable to parse position for expression '%s' @ '%s' because '%s'"
msgstr "Unable to parse position for expression '%s' @ '%s' because '%s'"
#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:1160
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:1520
#, cformat
msgid ""
"Unable to parse position for expression '%s' with value '%s' because '%s'"
msgstr ""
"Unable to parse position for expression '%s' with value '%s' because '%s'"
+msgid "Unable to parse position for expression '%s' with value '%s' because '%s'"
+msgstr "Unable to parse position for expression '%s' with value '%s' because '%s'"
+
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:1823
+#, cformat
+msgid "Unable to parse '%s' because '%s'"
+msgstr "Unable to parse '%s' because '%s'"
+
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:2382
+msgid "No stream named mimetype found."
+msgstr "No stream named mimetype found."
+
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:2394
+msgid "Unknown mimetype for openoffice file."
+msgstr "Unknown mimetype for openoffice file."
#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:1439
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:2405
msgid "No stream named content.xml found."
msgstr "No stream named content.xml found."
#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:1446
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:2413
msgid "No stream named styles.xml found."
msgstr "No stream named styles.xml found."
#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficewrite.c:121
+#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficeread.c:2461
#, cformat
msgid ""
"Some content will be lost when saving as OpenOffice .sxc. It only supports %"
"d rows, and sheet '%s' has %d"
msgstr ""
"Some content will be lost when saving as OpenOffice .sxc. It only supports %"
"d rows, and sheet '%s' has %d"

#: ../plugins/openoffice/openofficewrite.c:128
#, cformat
msgid ""
"Some content will be lost when saving as OpenOffice .sxc. It only supports %"
"d columns, and sheet '%s' has %d"
msgstr ""
"Some content will be lost when saving as OpenOffice .sxc. It only supports %"
"d columns, and sheet '%s' has %d"
+msgid "Invalid metadata '%s'"
+msgstr "Invalid metadata '%s'"
#: ../plugins/openoffice/plugin.xml.in.h:1
msgid "Open/Star Calc (*.sxc, *.ods)"
@@ 1816,12 +1876,13 @@ msgid "OpenCalc/StarCalc"
msgstr "OpenCalc/StarCalc"
#: ../plugins/openoffice/plugin.xml.in.h:4
msgid "OpenOffice OASIS _UNFINISHED_"
msgstr "OpenOffice OASIS _UNFINISHED_"
+msgid "OpenDocument/OpenOffice _UNFINISHED_ (*.ods)"
+msgstr "OpenDocument/OpenOffice _UNFINISHED_ (*.ods)"
#: ../plugins/paradox/paradox.c:73 ../plugins/paradox/paradox.c:122
msgid "Error while opening paradox file."
msgstr "Error while opening paradox file."
+#: ../plugins/paradox/paradox.c:73
+#: ../plugins/paradox/paradox.c:122
+msgid "Error while opening Paradox file."
+msgstr "Error while opening Paradox file."
#: ../plugins/paradox/paradox.c:120
msgid "Could not allocate memory for record."
@@ 1856,21 +1917,21 @@ msgstr "Perl functions"
msgid "Sample Perl plugin providing some (useless) functions."
msgstr "Sample Perl plugin providing some (useless) functions."
#: ../plugins/perlloader/perlloader.c:80
+#: ../plugins/perlloader/perlloader.c:81
msgid "Perl error: "
msgstr "Perl error: "
#: ../plugins/perlloader/perlloader.c:120
#: ../plugins/perlloader/perlloader.c:139
+#: ../plugins/perlloader/perlloader.c:121
+#: ../plugins/perlloader/perlloader.c:140
#, cformat
msgid "Perl error: %s\n"
msgstr "Perl error: %s\n"
#: ../plugins/perlloader/perlloader.c:184
+#: ../plugins/perlloader/perlloader.c:185
msgid "Module name not given."
msgstr "Module name not given."
#: ../plugins/perlloader/perlloader.c:208
+#: ../plugins/perlloader/perlloader.c:209
msgid "perl_func.pl doesn't exist."
msgstr "perl_func.pl doesn't exist."
@@ 1882,16 +1943,16 @@ msgstr "Perl plugin loader"
msgid "This plugin provides support for Perl plugins"
msgstr "This plugin provides support for Perl plugins"
#: ../plugins/planperfect/pln.c:504
+#: ../plugins/planperfect/pln.c:503
msgid "PLN : Spreadsheet is password encrypted"
msgstr "PLN : Spreadsheet is password encrypted"
#: ../plugins/planperfect/pln.c:571
+#: ../plugins/planperfect/pln.c:572
#, cformat
msgid "Ignoring data that claims to be in row %u which is > max row %u"
msgstr "Ignoring data that claims to be in row %u which is > max row %u"
#: ../plugins/planperfect/pln.c:575
+#: ../plugins/planperfect/pln.c:576
#, cformat
msgid "Ignoring data that claims to be in column %u which is > max column %u"
msgstr "Ignoring data that claims to be in column %u which is > max column %u"
@@ 1920,15 +1981,15 @@ msgstr "Psiconv"
msgid "Psion (*.psisheet)"
msgstr "Psion (*.psisheet)"
#: ../plugins/psiconv/psiconvread.c:608
+#: ../plugins/psiconv/psiconvread.c:607
msgid "Error while reading psiconv file."
msgstr "Error while reading psiconv file."
#: ../plugins/psiconv/psiconvread.c:618
+#: ../plugins/psiconv/psiconvread.c:617
msgid "Error while parsing Psion file."
msgstr "Error while parsing Psion file."
#: ../plugins/psiconv/psiconvread.c:626
+#: ../plugins/psiconv/psiconvread.c:625
msgid "This Psion file is not a Sheet file."
msgstr "This Psion file is not a Sheet file."
@@ 1994,25 +2055,25 @@ msgstr "E_xecute in:"
msgid "C_ommand:"
msgstr "C_ommand:"
#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pygnumeric.c:249
+#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pygnumeric.c:250
msgid "Python list is not an array"
msgstr "Python list is not an array"
#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pygnumeric.c:256
+#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pygnumeric.c:257
#, cformat
msgid "Unsupported Python type: %s"
msgstr "Unsupported Python type: %s"
#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pygnumeric.c:283
+#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pygnumeric.c:284
msgid "Unknown error"
msgstr "Unknown error"
#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pygnumeric.c:289
+#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pygnumeric.c:290
#, cformat
msgid "Python exception (%s: %s)"
msgstr "Python exception (%s: %s)"
#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pygnumeric.c:293
+#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pygnumeric.c:294
#, cformat
msgid "Python exception (%s)"
msgstr "Python exception (%s)"
@@ 2075,7 +2136,8 @@ msgstr "File doesn't contain \"%s\" dictionary."
msgid "Object \"%s\" is not a dictionary."
msgstr "Object \"%s\" is not a dictionary."
#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pythonloader.c:712 ../src/gnmplugin.c:557
+#: ../plugins/pythonloader/pythonloader.c:712
+#: ../src/gnmplugin.c:557
#, cformat
msgid "Unknown action: %s"
msgstr "Unknown action: %s"
@@ 2102,23 +2164,19 @@ msgstr "Quattro Pro(tm)"
msgid "Invalid '%s' record of length %hd instead of %d"
msgstr "Invalid '%s' record of length %hd instead of %d"
#: ../plugins/qpro/qproread.c:775
+#: ../plugins/qpro/qproread.c:782
#, cformat
msgid "Invalid zoom %hd %%"
msgstr "Invalid zoom %hd %%"
#: ../plugins/qpro/qproread.c:817
+#: ../plugins/qpro/qproread.c:823
#, cformat
msgid "Invalid record %d of length %hd"
msgstr "Invalid record %d of length %hd"
#: ../plugins/qpro/qproread.c:849
msgid ""
"Unable to find the PerfectOffice_MAIN stream. Is this really a Quattro Pro "
"file?"
msgstr ""
"Unable to find the PerfectOffice_MAIN stream. Is this really a Quattro Pro "
"file?"
+#: ../plugins/qpro/qproread.c:855
+msgid "Unable to find the PerfectOffice_MAIN stream. Is this really a Quattro Pro file?"
+msgstr "Unable to find the PerfectOffice_MAIN stream. Is this really a Quattro Pro file?"
#: ../plugins/sample_datasource/plugin.xml.in.h:1
msgid "A proof of concept external data source"
@@ 2140,7 +2198,7 @@ msgstr "SC/XSpread"
msgid "SC/xspread"
msgstr "SC/xspread"
#: ../plugins/sc/sc.c:377
+#: ../plugins/sc/sc.c:437
msgid "Error parsing line"
msgstr "Error parsing line"
@@ 2161,15 +2219,15 @@ msgstr "Imports MultiPlan (SYLK) files"
msgid "MultiPlan (SYLK)"
msgstr "MultiPlan (SYLK)"
#: ../plugins/sylk/sylk.c:460
+#: ../plugins/sylk/sylk.c:461
msgid "Not SYLK file"
msgstr "Not SYLK file"
#: ../plugins/sylk/sylk.c:473
+#: ../plugins/sylk/sylk.c:474
msgid "error parsing line\n"
msgstr "error parsing line\n"
#: ../plugins/sylk/sylk.c:529
+#: ../plugins/sylk/sylk.c:530
msgid "Error while reading sheet."
msgstr "Error while reading sheet."
@@ 2186,27 +2244,26 @@ msgstr "UI Hello"
msgid "This is message from the \"%s\" plugin."
msgstr "This is message from the \"%s\" plugin."
#: ../plugins/xbase/boot.c:170
+#: ../plugins/xbase/boot.c:180
msgid "Error while opening xbase file."
msgstr "Error while opening xbase file."
#: ../plugins/xbase/boot.c:176 ../src/dialogs/dialoggotocell.c:289
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:422 ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.c:458
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:21 ../src/commands.c:5035
#: ../src/printinfo.c:402 ../src/workbook.c:1084 ../src/xmlio.c:3441
+#: ../plugins/xbase/boot.c:186
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggotocell.c:289
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:420
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.c:456
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:23
+#: ../src/printinfo.c:401
+#: ../src/search.c:612
+#: ../src/workbook.c:828
+#: ../src/xmlio.c:2231
msgid "Sheet"
msgstr "Sheet"
#: ../plugins/xbase/boot.c:198
+#: ../plugins/xbase/boot.c:208
#, cformat
msgid ""
"This build of Gnumeric can only hold %d rows. Ignoring the rest of this "
"file. You will need a custom build with SHEET_MAX_ROWS increased to read "
"this file."
msgstr ""
"This build of Gnumeric can only hold %d rows. Ignoring the rest of this "
"file. You will need a custom build with SHEET_MAX_ROWS increased to read "
"this file."
+msgid "This build of Gnumeric can only hold %d rows. Ignoring the rest of this file. You will need a custom build with SHEET_MAX_ROWS increased to read this file."
+msgstr "This build of Gnumeric can only hold %d rows. Ignoring the rest of this file. You will need a custom build with SHEET_MAX_ROWS increased to read this file."
#: ../plugins/xbase/plugin.xml.in.h:1
msgid "Imports XBase files"
@@ 2225,30 +2282,19 @@ msgid "Failed to read DBF header."
msgstr "Failed to read DBF header."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:1
msgid ""
">This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether "
"print grid lines. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
msgstr ""
">This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue "
"whether print grid lines. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this "
"value."
+msgid ">This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether print grid lines. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr ">This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue whether print grid lines. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:2
msgid ""
">This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether "
"to center pages vertically. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this "
"value."
msgstr ""
">This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether "
"to center pages vertically. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this "
"value."
+msgid ">This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog: whether to center pages vertically. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr ">This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue: whether to centre pages vertically. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:3
msgid "Activate New Plugins"
msgstr "Activate New Plugins"
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:4
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:734
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:737
msgid "Allow Unfocused Range Selections"
msgstr "Allow Unfocused Range Selections"
@@ 2385,7 +2431,7 @@ msgid "List of recently used functions."
msgstr "List of recently used functions."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:38
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:723
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:726
msgid "Maximum Length of Recently Used Functions List"
msgstr "Maximum Length of Recently Used Functions List"
@@ 2406,39 +2452,25 @@ msgid "Print Config"
msgstr "Print Config"
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:43
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:22
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:24
msgid "Sans"
msgstr "Sans"
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:44
msgid ""
"Some dialogs contain only a single entry field that allows range selections "
"in the workbook. Setting this variable to TRUE directs selections to this "
"entry even the entry does not have keyboard focus."
msgstr ""
"Some dialogues contain only a single entry field that allows range "
"selections in the workbook. Setting this variable to TRUE directs selections "
"to this entry even the entry does not have keyboard focus."
+msgid "Some dialogs contain only a single entry field that allows range selections in the workbook. Setting this variable to TRUE directs selections to this entry even if the entry does not have keyboard focus."
+msgstr "Some dialogues contain only a single entry field that allows range selections in the workbook. Setting this variable to TRUE directs selections to this entry even if the entry does not have keyboard focus."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:45
msgid "System Directory for Autoformats"
msgstr "System Directory for Autoformats"
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:46
msgid ""
"The autocorrect engine does not correct the first letter for words in this "
"list."
msgstr ""
"The autocorrect engine does not correct the first letter for words in this "
"list."
+msgid "The autocorrect engine does not correct the first letter for words in this list."
+msgstr "The autocorrect engine does not correct the first letter for words in this list."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:47
msgid ""
"The autocorrect engine does not correct the initial caps for words in this "
"list."
msgstr ""
"The autocorrect engine does not correct the initial caps for words in this "
"list."
+msgid "The autocorrect engine does not correct the initial caps for words in this list."
+msgstr "The autocorrect engine does not correct the initial caps for words in this list."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:48
msgid "The configuration of gnomeprint. Do not edit this variable."
@@ 2461,36 +2493,20 @@ msgid "The default header/footer font is italic."
msgstr "The default header/footer font is italic."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:53
msgid ""
"The default page footer for new documents that can be modified using the "
"page setup dialog."
msgstr ""
"The default page footer for new documents that can be modified using the "
"page setup dialogue."
+msgid "The default page footer for new documents that can be modified using the page setup dialog."
+msgstr "The default page footer for new documents that can be modified using the page setup dialogue."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:54
msgid ""
"The default page header for new documents that can be modified using the "
"page setup dialog."
msgstr ""
"The default page header for new documents that can be modified using the "
"page setup dialogue."
+msgid "The default page header for new documents that can be modified using the page setup dialog."
+msgstr "The default page header for new documents that can be modified using the page setup dialogue."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:55
msgid ""
"The function selector keeps a list of recently used functions. This is that "
"list."
msgstr ""
"The function selector keeps a list of recently used functions. This is that "
"list."
+msgid "The function selector keeps a list of recently used functions. This is that list."
+msgstr "The function selector keeps a list of recently used functions. This is that list."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:56
msgid ""
"The function selector keeps a list of recently used functions. This is the "
"maximum length of that list."
msgstr ""
"The function selector keeps a list of recently used functions. This is the "
"maximum length of that list."
+msgid "The function selector keeps a list of recently used functions. This is the maximum length of that list."
+msgstr "The function selector keeps a list of recently used functions. This is the maximum length of that list."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:57
msgid "The main directory for user specific autoformat templates."
@@ 2501,10 +2517,8 @@ msgid "This directory contains the preinstalled autoformat templates."
msgstr "This directory contains the preinstalled autoformat templates."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:59
msgid ""
"This list contains all extra directories containing autoformat templates."
msgstr ""
"This list contains all extra directories containing autoformat templates."
+msgid "This list contains all extra directories containing autoformat templates."
+msgstr "This list contains all extra directories containing autoformat templates."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:60
msgid "This list contains all extra directories containing plugins."
@@ 2519,162 +2533,76 @@ msgid "This list contains all plugin file states."
msgstr "This list contains all plugin file states."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:63
msgid ""
"This list contains all plugins that are supposed to be automatically "
"activated."
msgstr ""
"This list contains all plugins that are supposed to be automatically "
"activated."
+msgid "This list contains all plugins that are supposed to be automatically activated."
+msgstr "This list contains all plugins that are supposed to be automatically activated."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:64
msgid ""
"This string gives the default region to be repeated at the left of each "
"printed sheet. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
msgstr ""
"This string gives the default region to be repeated at the left of each "
"printed sheet. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
+msgid "This string gives the default region to be repeated at the left of each printed sheet. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This string gives the default region to be repeated at the left of each printed sheet. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:65
msgid ""
"This string gives the default region to be repeated at the top of each "
"printed sheet. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
msgstr ""
"This string gives the default region to be repeated at the top of each "
"printed sheet. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
+msgid "This string gives the default region to be repeated at the top of each printed sheet. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This string gives the default region to be repeated at the top of each printed sheet. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:66
msgid ""
"This value determines the default number of pages a printout of the current "
"sheet is suppposed to be high. 0 disables scaling. Please use the Print "
"Setup dialog to edit this value."
msgstr ""
"This value determines the default number of pages a printout of the current "
"sheet is suppposed to be high. 0 disables scaling. Please use the Print "
"Setup dialogue to edit this value."
+msgid "This value determines the default number of pages a printout of the current sheet is suppposed to be high. 0 disables scaling. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This value determines the default number of pages a printout of the current sheet is suppposed to be high. 0 disables scaling. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:67
msgid ""
"This value determines the default number of pages a printout of the current "
"sheet is suppposed to be wide. 0 disables scaling. Please use the Print "
"Setup dialog to edit this value."
msgstr ""
"This value determines the default number of pages a printout of the current "
"sheet is suppposed to be wide. 0 disables scaling. Please use the Print "
"Setup dialogue to edit this value."
+msgid "This value determines the default number of pages a printout of the current sheet is suppposed to be wide. 0 disables scaling. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This value determines the default number of pages a printout of the current sheet is suppposed to be wide. 0 disables scaling. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:68
msgid ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether "
"to center pages horizontally. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this "
"value."
msgstr ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue "
"whether to center pages horizontally. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to "
"edit this value."
+msgid "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether to print empty but formatted cells. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue whether to print empty but formatted cells. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:69
msgid ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether "
"to print empty but formatted cells. Please use the Print Setup dialog to "
"edit this value."
msgstr ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue "
"whether to print empty but formatted cells. Please use the Print Setup "
"dialogue to edit this value."
+msgid "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether to print first right then down. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue whether to print first right then down. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:70
msgid ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether "
"to print first right then down. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit "
"this value."
msgstr ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue "
"whether to print first right then down. Please use the Print Setup dialogue "
"to edit this value."
+msgid "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether to print in only black and white. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue whether to print in only black and white. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:71
msgid ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether "
"to print in only black and white. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit "
"this value."
msgstr ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue "
"whether to print in only black and white. Please use the Print Setup "
"dialogue to edit this value."
+msgid "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether to print row and column headers. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue whether to print row and column headers. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:72
msgid ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether "
"to print row and column headers. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit "
"this value."
msgstr ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue "
"whether to print row and column headers. Please use the Print Setup dialogue "
"to edit this value."
+msgid "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether to scale pages by a given percentage. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue whether to scale pages by a given percentage. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:73
msgid ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog whether "
"to scale pages by a given percentage. Please use the Print Setup dialog to "
"edit this value."
msgstr ""
"This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue "
"whether to scale pages by a given percentage. Please use the Print Setup "
"dialogue to edit this value."
+msgid "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialog: whether to center pages horizontally. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This value determines the default setting in the Print Setup dialogue: whether to centre pages horizontally. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:74
msgid ""
"This value determines whether by default the print setup dialog applies to "
"all sheets simultaneously."
msgstr ""
"This value determines whether by default the print setup dialogue applies "
"to all sheets simultaneously."
+msgid "This value determines whether by default the print setup dialog applies to all sheets simultaneously."
+msgstr "This value determines whether by default the print setup dialogue applies to all sheets simultaneously."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:75
msgid ""
"This value determines whether the default font for headers and footers is "
"bold."
msgstr ""
"This value determines whether the default font for headers and footers is "
"bold."
+msgid "This value determines whether the default font for headers and footers is bold."
+msgstr "This value determines whether the default font for headers and footers is bold."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:76
msgid ""
"This value determines whether the default font for headers and footers is "
"italic."
msgstr ""
"This value determines whether the default font for headers and footers is "
"italic."
+msgid "This value determines whether the default font for headers and footers is italic."
+msgstr "This value determines whether the default font for headers and footers is italic."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:77
msgid ""
"This value gives the default number of points from the bottom of a page to "
"the end of the body. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
msgstr ""
"This value gives the default number of points from the bottom of a page to "
"the end of the body. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
+msgid "This value gives the default number of points from the bottom of a page to the end of the body. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This value gives the default number of points from the bottom of a page to the end of the body. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:78
msgid ""
"This value gives the default number of points from the top of a page to the "
"start of the body. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
msgstr ""
"This value gives the default number of points from the top of a page to the "
"start of the body. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
+msgid "This value gives the default number of points from the top of a page to the start of the body. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This value gives the default number of points from the top of a page to the start of the body. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:79
msgid ""
"This value gives the percentage by which to scale each printed page. Please "
"use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
msgstr ""
"This value gives the percentage by which to scale each printed page. Please "
"use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
+msgid "This value gives the percentage by which to scale each printed page. Please use the Print Setup dialog to edit this value."
+msgstr "This value gives the percentage by which to scale each printed page. Please use the Print Setup dialogue to edit this value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:80
msgid ""
"This variable determines whether to activate every new encountered plugin."
msgstr ""
"This variable determines whether to activate every new encountered plugin."
+msgid "This variable determines whether to activate every new encountered plugin."
+msgstr "This variable determines whether to activate every new encountered plugin."
#: ../schemas/gnumericdialogs.schemas.in.h:81
msgid "User Directory for Autoformats"
@@ 2685,22 +2613,16 @@ msgid "Auto Expression Recalculation Lag"
msgstr "Auto Expression Recalculation Lag"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:2
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:729
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:732
msgid "Autocomplete"
msgstr "Autocomplete"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:3
msgid ""
"Before an existing file is being overwritten, gnumeric will present a "
"warning dialog. Setting this option will make the overwrite button in that "
"dialog the default button."
msgstr ""
"Before an existing file is overwritten, gnumeric will present a warning "
"dialogue. Setting this option will make the overwrite button in that "
"dialogue the default button."
+msgid "Before an existing file is being overwritten, gnumeric will present a warning dialog. Setting this option will make the overwrite button in that dialog the default button."
+msgstr "Before an existing file is overwritten, gnumeric will present a warning dialogue. Setting this option will make the overwrite button in that dialogue the default button."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:4
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:634
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:637
msgid "Default Compression Level For Gnumeric Files"
msgstr "Default Compression Level For Gnumeric Files"
@@ 2709,27 +2631,27 @@ msgid "Default Font Size"
msgstr "Default Font Size"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:6
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:579
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:582
msgid "Default Horizontal Window Size"
msgstr "Default Horizontal Window Size"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:7
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:587
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:590
msgid "Default Number of Sheets"
msgstr "Default Number of Sheets"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:8
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:639
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:642
msgid "Default To Overwriting Files"
msgstr "Default To Overwriting Files"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:9
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:575
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:578
msgid "Default Vertical Window Size"
msgstr "Default Vertical Window Size"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:10
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:583
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:586
msgid "Default Zoom Factor"
msgstr "Default Zoom Factor"
@@ 2738,308 +2660,261 @@ msgid "Default font name"
msgstr "Default font name"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:12
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:684
msgid "Horizontal DPI"
msgstr "Horizontal DPI"
+msgid "Format toolbar visible"
+msgstr "Format toolbar visible"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:13
msgid ""
"If `lag' is 0, gnumeric recalculates all auto expressions immediately after "
"every change. Nonzero values of `lag' allow gnumeric to acumulate more "
"changes before each recalculation. If `lag' is positive, then whenever a "
"change appears, gnumeric waits `lag' milleseconds and then recalculates; if "
"more changes appear during that period, they are also processed at that "
"time. If `lag' is negative, then recalculation happens only after a quiet "
"period of lag milleseconds."
msgstr ""
"If `lag' is 0, gnumeric recalculates all auto expressions immediately after "
"every change. Nonzero values of `lag' allow gnumeric to acumulate more "
"changes before each recalculation. If `lag' is positive, then whenever a "
"change appears, gnumeric waits `lag' milleseconds and then recalculates; if "
"more changes appear during that period, they are also processed at that "
"time. If `lag' is negative, then recalculation happens only after a quiet "
"period of lag milleseconds."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:687
+msgid "Horizontal DPI"
+msgstr "Horizontal DPI"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:14
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:630
+msgid "If `lag' is 0, gnumeric recalculates all auto expressions immediately after every change. Nonzero values of `lag' allow gnumeric to accumulate more changes before each recalculation. If `lag' is positive, then whenever a change appears, gnumeric waits `lag' milleseconds and then recalculates; if more changes appear during that period, they are also processed at that time. If `lag' is negative, then recalculation happens only after a quiet period of lag milleseconds."
+msgstr "If `lag' is 0, gnumeric recalculates all auto expressions immediately after every change. Nonzero values of `lag' allow gnumeric to accumulate more changes before each recalculation. If `lag' is positive, then whenever a change appears, gnumeric waits `lag' milleseconds and then recalculates; if more changes appear during that period, they are also processed at that time. If `lag' is negative, then recalculation happens only after a quiet period of lag milleseconds."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:15
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:633
msgid "Length of File History"
msgstr "Length of File History"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:15
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:16
msgid "Length of the Undo Descriptors"
msgstr "Length of the Undo Descriptors"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:16
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:17
msgid "List of recently used files"
msgstr "List of recently used files"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:17
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:595
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:18
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:598
msgid "Live Scrolling"
msgstr "Live Scrolling"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:18
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:483
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:19
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:482
msgid "Maximal Undo Size"
msgstr "Maximal Undo Size"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:19
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:527
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:20
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:526
msgid "Number of Automatic Clauses"
msgstr "Number of Automatic Clauses"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:20
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:487
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:21
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:486
msgid "Number of Undo Items"
msgstr "Number of Undo Items"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:21
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:768
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:22
+msgid "Object toolbar visible"
+msgstr "Object toolbar visible"
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:23
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:771
msgid "Prefer CLIPBOARD over PRIMARY selection"
msgstr "Prefer CLIPBOARD over PRIMARY selection"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:23
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:25
msgid "Screen resolution in the horizontal direction."
msgstr "Screen resolution in the horizontal direction."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:24
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:26
msgid "Screen resolution in the vertical direction."
msgstr "Screen resolution in the vertical direction."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:25
msgid ""
"Setting this option will cause the sort buttons on the toolbar to perform a "
"casesensitive sort and determine the initial state of the casesensitive "
"checkbox in the sort dialog."
msgstr ""
"Setting this option will cause the sort buttons on the toolbar to perform a "
"casesensitive sort and determine the initial state of the casesensitive "
"checkbox in the sort dialogue."

#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:26
msgid ""
"Setting this option will cause the sort buttons on the toolbar to preserve "
"the cell formats while sorting and determines the initial state of the "
"preserveformats checkbox in the sort dialog."
msgstr ""
"Setting this option will cause the sort buttons on the toolbar to preserve "
"the cell formats while sorting and determines the initial state of the "
"preserveformats checkbox in the sort dialogue."

#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:27
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:491
msgid "Show Sheet Name in Undo List"
msgstr "Show Sheet Name in Undo List"
+msgid "Setting this option will cause the sort buttons on the toolbar to assume that the area to be sorted has a header and determine the initial state of the hasheader checkbox in the sort dialog."
+msgstr "Setting this option will cause the sort buttons on the toolbar to assume that the area to be sorted has a header and determine the initial state of the hasheader checkbox in the sort dialogue."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:28
msgid ""
"Some file formats can contain only a single sheet. This variable determines "
"whether the user will be warned if only a single sheet of a multisheet "
"workbook is being saved."
msgstr ""
"Some file formats can contain only a single sheet. This variable determines "
"whether the user will be warned if only a single sheet of a multisheet "
"workbook is being saved."
+msgid "Setting this option will cause the sort buttons on the toolbar to perform a casesensitive sort and determine the initial state of the casesensitive checkbox in the sort dialog."
+msgstr "Setting this option will cause the sort buttons on the toolbar to perform a casesensitive sort and determine the initial state of the casesensitive checkbox in the sort dialogue."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:29
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:539 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1909
msgid "Sort Ascending"
msgstr "Sort Ascending"
+msgid "Setting this option will cause the sort buttons on the toolbar to preserve the cell formats while sorting and determines the initial state of the preserveformats checkbox in the sort dialog."
+msgstr "Setting this option will cause the sort buttons on the toolbar to preserve the cell formats while sorting and determines the initial state of the preserveformats checkbox in the sort dialogue."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:30
msgid "Sort is CaseSensitive"
msgstr "Sort is CaseSensitive"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:490
+msgid "Show Sheet Name in Undo List"
+msgstr "Show Sheet Name in Undo List"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:31
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:531
msgid "Sorting Preserves Formats"
msgstr "Sorting Preserves Formats"
+msgid "Some file formats can contain only a single sheet. This variable determines whether the user will be warned if only a single sheet of a multisheet workbook is being saved."
+msgstr "Some file formats can contain only a single sheet. This variable determines whether the user will be warned if only a single sheet of a multisheet workbook is being saved."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:32
msgid "The default font is bold."
msgstr "The default font is bold."
+msgid "Sort Area Has Header"
+msgstr "Sort Area Has Header"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:33
msgid "The default font is italic."
msgstr "The default font is italic."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:538
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1998
+msgid "Sort Ascending"
+msgstr "Sort Ascending"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:34
msgid "The default font name for new workbooks."
msgstr "The default font name for new workbooks."
+msgid "Sort is CaseSensitive"
+msgstr "Sort is CaseSensitive"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:35
msgid "The default font size for new workbooks."
msgstr "The default font size for new workbooks."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:530
+msgid "Sorting Preserves Formats"
+msgstr "Sorting Preserves Formats"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:36
msgid ""
"The file menu shows a list of recently used functions. This is that list."
msgstr ""
"The file menu shows a list of recently used functions. This is that list."
+msgid "Standard toolbar position"
+msgstr "Standard toolbar position"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:37
msgid "The initial zoom factor for new workbooks."
msgstr "The initial zoom factor for new workbooks."
+msgid "Standard toolbar visible"
+msgstr "Standard toolbar visible"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:38
msgid "The number of files kept in the `recent' section of the file menu."
msgstr "The number of files kept in the 'recent' section of the file menu."
+msgid "The default font is bold."
+msgstr "The default font is bold."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:39
msgid "The number of sheets initially created in a new workbook."
msgstr "The number of sheets initially created in a new workbook."
+msgid "The default font is italic."
+msgstr "The default font is italic."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:40
msgid ""
"This integer (between 0 and 9) specifies the amount of compression performed "
"by Gnumeric when saving files in the default file format. 0 is minimal "
"compression while 9 is maximal compression."
msgstr ""
"This integer (between 0 and 9) specifies the amount of compression performed "
"by Gnumeric when saving files in the default file format. 0 is minimal "
"compression while 9 is maximal compression."
+msgid "The default font name for new workbooks."
+msgstr "The default font name for new workbooks."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:41
msgid ""
"This number (between 0.25 and 1.00) gives the horizontal fraction of the "
"screen size covered by the default window."
msgstr ""
"This number (between 0.25 and 1.00) gives the horizontal fraction of the "
"screen size covered by the default window."
+msgid "The default font size for new workbooks."
+msgstr "The default font size for new workbooks."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:42
msgid ""
"This number (between 0.25 and 1.00) gives the vertical fraction of the "
"screen size covered by the default window."
msgstr ""
"This number (between 0.25 and 1.00) gives the vertical fraction of the "
"screen size covered by the default window."
+msgid "The file menu shows a list of recently used functions. This is that list."
+msgstr "The file menu shows a list of recently used functions. This is that list."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:43
msgid ""
"This option determines the initial state of the sortorder button in the "
"sort dialog."
msgstr ""
"This option determines the initial state of the sortorder button in the "
"sort dialogue."
+msgid "The initial zoom factor for new workbooks."
+msgstr "The initial zoom factor for new workbooks."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:44
msgid ""
"This value determines the length of the undo chain. Each editing action has "
"a size associate with it, to compare it with the memory requirements of a "
"simple onecell edit (size of 1). The undo list will be truncated when its "
"total size exceeds this configurable value."
msgstr ""
"This value determines the length of the undo chain. Each editing action has "
"a size associate with it, to compare it with the memory requirements of a "
"simple onecell edit (size of 1). The undo list will be truncated when its "
"total size exceeds this configurable value."
+msgid "The number of files kept in the `recent' section of the file menu."
+msgstr "The number of files kept in the 'recent' section of the file menu."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:45
msgid ""
"This value determines the maximum number of items in the undo/redo list."
msgstr ""
"This value determines the maximum number of items in the undo/redo list."
+msgid "The number of sheets initially created in a new workbook."
+msgstr "The number of sheets initially created in a new workbook."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:46
msgid ""
"This value determines whether the default font for a new workbook is bold."
msgstr ""
"This value determines whether the default font for a new workbook is bold."
+msgid "This integer (between 0 and 9) specifies the amount of compression performed by Gnumeric when saving files in the default file format. 0 is minimal compression while 9 is maximal compression."
+msgstr "This integer (between 0 and 9) specifies the amount of compression performed by Gnumeric when saving files in the default file format. 0 is minimal compression while 9 is maximal compression."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:47
msgid ""
"This value determines whether the default font for a new workbook is italic."
msgstr ""
"This value determines whether the default font for a new workbook is italic."
+msgid "This number (between 0.25 and 1.00) gives the horizontal fraction of the screen size covered by the default window."
+msgstr "This number (between 0.25 and 1.00) gives the horizontal fraction of the screen size covered by the default window."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:48
msgid ""
"This value determines whether to show the sheet names in the undo and redo "
"lists."
msgstr ""
"This value determines whether to show the sheet names in the undo and redo "
"lists."
+msgid "This number (between 0.25 and 1.00) gives the vertical fraction of the screen size covered by the default window."
+msgstr "This number (between 0.25 and 1.00) gives the vertical fraction of the screen size covered by the default window."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:49
msgid ""
"This value is indicative of the maximum length of the command descriptors in "
"the undo and redo chains."
msgstr ""
"This value is indicative of the maximum length of the command descriptors in "
"the undo and redo chains."
+msgid "This option determines the initial state of the sortorder button in the sort dialog."
+msgstr "This option determines the initial state of the sortorder button in the sort dialogue."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:50
msgid "This variable determines whether autocompletion is set on."
msgstr "This variable determines whether autocompletion is set on."
+msgid "This value determines the length of the undo chain. Each editing action has a size associate with it, to compare it with the memory requirements of a simple onecell edit (size of 1). The undo list will be truncated when its total size exceeds this configurable value."
+msgstr "This value determines the length of the undo chain. Each editing action has a size associate with it, to compare it with the memory requirements of a simple onecell edit (size of 1). The undo list will be truncated when its total size exceeds this configurable value."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:51
msgid ""
"This variable determines whether live (versus delayed) scrolling is "
"performed."
msgstr ""
"This variable determines whether live (versus delayed) scrolling is "
"performed."
+msgid "This value determines the maximum number of items in the undo/redo list."
+msgstr "This value determines the maximum number of items in the undo/redo list."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:52
+msgid "This value determines whether the default font for a new workbook is bold."
+msgstr "This value determines whether the default font for a new workbook is bold."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:53
+msgid "This value determines whether the default font for a new workbook is italic."
+msgstr "This value determines whether the default font for a new workbook is italic."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:54
+msgid "This value determines whether to show the sheet names in the undo and redo lists."
+msgstr "This value determines whether to show the sheet names in the undo and redo lists."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:55
+msgid "This value is indicative of the maximum length of the command descriptors in the undo and redo chains."
+msgstr "This value is indicative of the maximum length of the command descriptors in the undo and redo chains."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:56
+msgid "This variable determines where the format toolbar should be shown. 0 is left, 1 is right, 2 is top."
+msgstr "This variable determines where the format toolbar should be shown. 0 is left, 1 is right, 2 is top."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:57
+msgid "This variable determines where the object toolbar should be shown. 0 is left, 1 is right, 2 is top."
+msgstr "This variable determines where the object toolbar should be shown. 0 is left, 1 is right, 2 is top."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:58
+msgid "This variable determines where the standard toolbar should be shown. 0 is left, 1 is right, 2 is top."
+msgstr "This variable determines where the standard toolbar should be shown. 0 is left, 1 is right, 2 is top."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:59
+msgid "This variable determines whether autocompletion is set on."
+msgstr "This variable determines whether autocompletion is set on."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:60
+msgid "This variable determines whether live (versus delayed) scrolling is performed."
+msgstr "This variable determines whether live (versus delayed) scrolling is performed."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:61
+msgid "This variable determines whether the format toolbar should be visible initially."
+msgstr "This variable determines whether the format toolbar should be visible initially."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:62
+msgid "This variable determines whether the object toolbar should be visible initially."
+msgstr "This variable determines whether the object toolbar should be visible initially."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:63
+msgid "This variable determines whether the standard toolbar should be visible initially."
+msgstr "This variable determines whether the standard toolbar should be visible initially."
+
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:64
msgid "This variable determines whether transition keys are set on."
msgstr "This variable determines whether transition keys are set on."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:53
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:65
msgid "Toolbar Style"
msgstr "Toolbar Style"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:54
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:66
msgid "Toolbar Style. Valid values are both, both_horiz, icon, and text"
msgstr "Toolbar Style. Valid values are both, both_horiz, icon, and text"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:55
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:591
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:67
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:594
msgid "Transition Keys"
msgstr "Transition Keys"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:56
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:688
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:68
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:691
msgid "Vertical DPI"
msgstr "Vertical DPI"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:57
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:643
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:69
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:646
msgid "Warn When Exporting Into Single Sheet Format"
msgstr "Warn When Exporting Into Single Sheet Format"
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:58
msgid ""
"When TRUE, Gnumeric will prefer the modern CLIPBOARD selection over the "
"legacy PRIMARY selections. Set to FALSE if you have to deal with older "
"applications, like Xterm or Emacs, which set only the PRIMARY selection."
msgstr ""
"When TRUE, Gnumeric will prefer the modern CLIPBOARD selection over the "
"legacy PRIMARY selections. Set to FALSE if you have to deal with older "
"applications, like Xterm or Emacs, which set only the PRIMARY selection."
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:70
+msgid "When TRUE, Gnumeric will prefer the modern CLIPBOARD selection over the legacy PRIMARY selections. Set to FALSE if you have to deal with older applications, like Xterm or Emacs, which set only the PRIMARY selection."
+msgstr "When TRUE, Gnumeric will prefer the modern CLIPBOARD selection over the legacy PRIMARY selections. Set to FALSE if you have to deal with older applications, like Xterm or Emacs, which set only the PRIMARY selection."
#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:59
msgid ""
"When selecting a sort region in the sort dialog, search clauses are "
"automatically added. This number determines the maximum number of clauses to "
"be added automatically."
msgstr ""
"When selecting a sort region in the sort dialogue, search clauses are "
"automatically added. This number determines the maximum number of clauses to "
"be added automatically."
+#: ../schemas/gnumericgeneral.schemas.in.h:71
+msgid "When selecting a sort region in the sort dialog, search clauses are automatically added. This number determines the maximum number of clauses to be added automatically."
+msgstr "When selecting a sort region in the sort dialogue, search clauses are automatically added. This number determines the maximum number of clauses to be added automatically."
#: ../schemas/gnumericplugins.schemas.in.h:1
msgid ""
"This setting determines whether created LaTeX files use UTF8 (unicode) or "
"ISO88591 (Latin1). To use the UTF8 files, you must have the ucs LaTeX "
"package installed."
msgstr ""
"This setting determines whether created LaTeX files use UTF8 (unicode) or "
"ISO88591 (Latin1). To use the UTF8 files, you must have the ucs LaTeX "
"package installed."
+msgid "This setting determines whether created LaTeX files use UTF8 (unicode) or ISO88591 (Latin1). To use the UTF8 files, you must have the ucs LaTeX package installed."
+msgstr "This setting determines whether created LaTeX files use UTF8 (unicode) or ISO88591 (Latin1). To use the UTF8 files, you must have the ucs LaTeX package installed."
#: ../schemas/gnumericplugins.schemas.in.h:2
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:649
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:652
msgid "Use UTF8 in LaTeX Export"
msgstr "Use UTF8 in LaTeX Export"
@@ 3047,25 +2922,34 @@ msgstr "Use UTF8 in LaTeX Export"
msgid "Advanced Filter"
msgstr "Advanced Filter"
#: ../src/dialogs/advancedfilter.glade.h:2 ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:3
#: ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:4 ../src/dialogs/consolidate.glade.h:5
#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:3 ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/advancedfilter.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/consolidate.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:3
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:7
#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:5
#: ../src/dialogs/fourieranalysis.glade.h:3
#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:5 ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:2
#: ../src/dialogs/variancetests.glade.h:3
msgid "Input"
msgstr "Input"
#: ../src/dialogs/advancedfilter.glade.h:3 ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:5
#: ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:7 ../src/dialogs/consolidate.glade.h:8
#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:4 ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/advancedfilter.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/consolidate.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:4
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:10
#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:7 ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:6
#: ../src/dialogs/fourieranalysis.glade.h:5
#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:8
#: ../src/dialogs/randomgeneration.glade.h:4 ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/randomgeneration.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:4
#: ../src/dialogs/simulation.glade.h:15
#: ../src/dialogs/variancetests.glade.h:4
msgid "Output"
@@ 3087,108 +2971,143 @@ msgstr "_Unique records only"
msgid "ANOVA  Single Factor"
msgstr "ANOVA  Single Factor"
#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:2 ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:2
#: ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:2
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:6
#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:4
#: ../src/dialogs/fourieranalysis.glade.h:2
#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:5 ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:4
#: ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:1 ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:4
#: ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:3
msgid "Grouped by:"
msgstr "Grouped by:"
#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:4 ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:6
#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:6 ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:5
#: ../src/dialogs/fourieranalysis.glade.h:4
#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:7 ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:14
#: ../src/dialogs/randomgeneration.glade.h:3 ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:16
+#: ../src/dialogs/randomgeneration.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:3
#: ../src/dialogs/scenariomanager.glade.h:9
#: ../src/dialogs/simulation.glade.h:14 ../src/dialogs/solver.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/simulation.glade.h:14
+#: ../src/dialogs/solver.glade.h:11
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:751
msgid "Options"
msgstr "Options"
#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:6 ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:13
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:13
#: ../src/dialogs/variancetests.glade.h:9
msgid "_Alpha:"
msgstr "_Alpha:"
#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:7 ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:5
#: ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:5
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:14
#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:12 ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:7
#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:7 ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:10
+#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:10
msgid "_Areas"
msgstr "_Areas"
#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:8 ../src/dialogs/colrow.glade.h:2
#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:6 ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/dialogs/colrow.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:6
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:15
#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:8
#: ../src/dialogs/fourieranalysis.glade.h:6
#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:16 ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:9
#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:8 ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:11
#: ../src/dialogs/shuffle.glade.h:5 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1551
#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1667
+#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:16
+#: ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:9
+#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/shuffle.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1630
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1757
msgid "_Columns"
msgstr "_Columns"
#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:9 ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:9
+#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:7
#: ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:7
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:16
#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:10
#: ../src/dialogs/fourieranalysis.glade.h:7
#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:9 ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:10
+#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:9
+#: ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:10
msgid "_Input range:"
msgstr "_Input range:"
#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:10 ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:10
#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:8 ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:10
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:10
+#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:8
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:18
#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:11
#: ../src/dialogs/fourieranalysis.glade.h:9
#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:18 ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:16
#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:11 ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:11
#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:11 ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:14
+#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:18
+#: ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:16
+#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:14
#: ../src/dialogs/variancetests.glade.h:10
msgid "_Labels"
msgstr "_Labels"
#. Edit > Delete
#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:11 ../src/dialogs/colrow.glade.h:3
#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:9 ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:9
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovaone.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/colrow.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:9
+#: ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:9
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:19
#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:12
#: ../src/dialogs/fourieranalysis.glade.h:10
#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:23
#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:12 ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:12
#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:13 ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:18
#: ../src/dialogs/shuffle.glade.h:6 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1548
#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1670
+#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/dialogs/rank.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:13
+#: ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:18
+#: ../src/dialogs/shuffle.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1627
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1760
msgid "_Rows"
msgstr "_Rows"
#: ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:1 ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/autofilterexpression.glade.h:14
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:1 ../src/dialogs/autosave.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:2 ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/autosave.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:2
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:3 ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:1 ../src/dialogs/fontsel.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/goalseek.glade.h:3 ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/hyperlink.glade.h:1 ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/fontsel.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/goalseek.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/hyperlink.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/pluginmanager.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/randomgeneration.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:1 ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/scenarioadd.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/scenariomanager.glade.h:2
#: ../src/dialogs/searchreplace.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/socheckbox.glade.h:1 ../src/dialogs/soframe.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/solver.glade.h:1 ../src/dialogs/summary.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/tabulate.glade.h:1 ../src/dialogs/variancetests.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/view.glade.h:2 ../src/dialogs/workbookattr.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/socheckbox.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/soframe.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/solver.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/tabulate.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/variancetests.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/view.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/workbookattr.glade.h:1
msgid "*"
msgstr "*"
@@ 3203,7 +3122,8 @@ msgstr "1"
msgid "ANOVA  TwoFactor"
msgstr "ANOVA  TwoFactor"
#: ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:5 ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/anovatwo.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:7
msgid "Input _range:"
msgstr "Input _range:"
@@ 3215,62 +3135,52 @@ msgstr "Rows per _sample:"
msgid "_Alpha: "
msgstr "_Alpha: "
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:1
msgid "Auto Correct"
msgstr "Auto Correct"
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:2
msgid "Capitalize _first letter of sentence"
msgstr "Capitalise _first letter of sentence"
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:3
msgid "Capitalize _names of days"
msgstr "Capitalise _names of days"
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:4
msgid "Correct _TWo INitial CApitals "
msgstr "Correct _TWo INitial CApitals "
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:5
msgid "Do _not capitalize after:"
msgstr "Do _not capitalise after:"
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:6
msgid "Do _not correct:"
msgstr "Do _not correct:"
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:7
msgid "First Letter"
msgstr "First Letter"
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:9
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:2057
msgid "General"
msgstr "General"
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:10
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:9
msgid "INitial CApitals"
msgstr "INitial CApitals"
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:10
msgid "Re_place:"
msgstr "Re_place:"
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:12 ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:7
#: ../src/dialogs/solver.glade.h:18
msgid "_Add"
msgstr "_Add"

#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:13 ../src/dialogs/pivottable.glade.h:12
#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1613
msgid "_Remove"
msgstr "_Remove"

#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:14
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:11
msgid "_Replace text when typed"
msgstr "_Replace text when typed"
#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:15
+#: ../src/dialogs/autocorrect.glade.h:12
msgid "_With:"
msgstr "_With:"
@@ 3366,6 +3276,7 @@ msgid "Apply _Patterns"
msgstr "Apply _Patterns"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:26
msgid "Author:"
msgstr "Author:"
@@ 3378,6 +3289,7 @@ msgid "C_ategory:"
msgstr "C_ategory:"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:27
msgid "Category:"
msgstr "Category:"
@@ 3386,42 +3298,46 @@ msgid "Description:"
msgstr "Description:"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:13
msgid "_Edges"
msgstr "_Edges"

#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:14
msgid "Name of template"
msgstr "Name of template"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:15
+#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:14
msgid "Name:"
msgstr "Name:"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:16 ../src/dialogs/fontsel.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:15
+#: ../src/dialogs/fontsel.glade.h:4
msgid "Preview"
msgstr "Preview"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:17
+#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:16
msgid "Template Details"
msgstr "Template Details"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:18
+#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:17
msgid "The category this template belongs to"
msgstr "The category this template belongs to"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:19
+#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:18
msgid "The group/individual that made the template"
msgstr "The group/individual that made the template"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:20 ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:90
+#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:19
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:87
msgid "_Bottom"
msgstr "_Bottom"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:21 ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:95
+#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:20
+msgid "_Edges"
+msgstr "_Edges"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:21
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:93
msgid "_Left"
msgstr "_Left"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:22 ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:99
+#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:22
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:97
msgid "_Right"
msgstr "_Right"
@@ 3434,6 +3350,7 @@ msgid "_Show Gridlines"
msgstr "_Show Gridlines"
#: ../src/dialogs/autoformat.glade.h:25
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:99
msgid "_Top"
msgstr "_Top"
@@ 3457,97 +3374,91 @@ msgstr "_minutes"
msgid "Cell Comment"
msgstr "Cell Comment"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:1 ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:1
#: ../src/dialogs/pastenames.glade.h:1 ../src/dialogs/view.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/pastenames.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/dialogs/view.glade.h:1
msgid " "
msgstr " "
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:3
#, nocformat
msgid "12.5% Grey"
msgstr "12.5% Grey"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:5
#, nocformat
msgid "25% Grey"
msgstr "25% Grey"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:7
#, nocformat
msgid "50% Grey"
msgstr "50% Grey"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:10
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:9
#, nocformat
msgid "6.25% Grey"
msgstr "6.25% Grey"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:11
#, nocformat
msgid "75% Grey"
msgstr "75% Grey"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:13
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:12
msgid "Background"
msgstr "Background"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:14
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:13
msgid "Control"
msgstr "Control"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:15
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:14
msgid "Error alerts"
msgstr "Error alerts"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:16
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:15
msgid "Horizontal alignment"
msgstr "Horizontal alignment"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:17
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:16
msgid "Line"
msgstr "Line"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:18
msgid "Orientation"
msgstr "Orientation"

#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:19
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:17
msgid "Pattern"
msgstr "Pattern"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:20
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:18
msgid "Sample"
msgstr "Sample"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:21
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:19
msgid "Style"
msgstr "Style"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:22
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:20
msgid "Vertical alignment"
msgstr "Vertical alignment"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:23
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:21
msgid "Criteria"
msgstr "Criteria"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:24
msgid "A_ngle:"
msgstr "A_ngle:"

#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:25
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:22
msgid "Ac_tion:"
msgstr "Ac_tion:"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:26
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:23
msgid "Alignment"
msgstr "Alignment"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:27
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:24
msgid "Allo_w:"
msgstr "Allo_w:"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:28
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:25
msgid ""
"Any Value (no validation)\n"
"Whole numbers\n"
@@ 3567,275 +3478,281 @@ msgstr ""
"Text length\n"
"Custom"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:36
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2342 ../src/wbcgtk.c:588
#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:589 ../src/wbcgtk.c:596
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:33
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2227
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:630
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:631
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:640
msgid "Background"
msgstr "Background"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:37
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2332
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:34
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2219
msgid "Border"
msgstr "Border"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:38 ../src/wbcgtk.c:209
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:35
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:222
msgid "Bottom"
msgstr "Bottom"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:39
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:36
msgid "Bricks"
msgstr "Bricks"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:40
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:37
+msgid "C_enter"
+msgstr "C_entre"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:38
msgid "C_olor:"
msgstr "C_olour:"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:41
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:39
msgid "Ce_nter"
msgstr "Ce_ntre"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:42
msgid "Cen_ter"
msgstr "Centre"

#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:43
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:40
msgid "Center across _selection"
msgstr "Centre across _selection"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:44
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:41
msgid "Con_dition:"
msgstr "Con_dition:"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:45
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:42
+msgid "D_istributed"
+msgstr "D_istributed"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:43
msgid "Diagonal"
msgstr "Diagonal"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:46
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:44
msgid "Diagonal Crosshatch"
msgstr "Diagonal Crosshatch"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:47
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:45
msgid "Diagonal Stripe"
msgstr "Diagonal Stripe"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:48
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:790
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:46
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:793
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:681
msgid "Font"
msgstr "Font"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:49
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:47
msgid "Foreground Solid"
msgstr "Foreground Solid"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:50
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2270
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:48
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2156
msgid "Format Cells"
msgstr "Format Cells"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:51
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:49
msgid "Hi_de"
msgstr "Hi_de"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:52
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:50
msgid "Horizontal Stripe"
msgstr "Horizontal Stripe"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:53
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:51
msgid "I_ncell dropdown"
msgstr "I_ncell dropdown"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:54
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:52
msgid "Ignore _blank cells"
msgstr "Ignore _blank cells"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:55
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:53
msgid "Input Message"
msgstr "Input Message"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:56
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:54
msgid "Inside"
msgstr "Inside"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:57
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:55
msgid "Inside Horizontal"
msgstr "Inside Horizontal"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:58
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:56
msgid "Inside Vertical"
msgstr "Inside Vertical"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:59
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:57
msgid "J_ustify"
msgstr "J_ustify"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:60
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:58
msgid "Large Circles"
msgstr "Large Circles"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:61 ../src/wbcgtk.c:201
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:59
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:214
msgid "Left"
msgstr "Left"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:62
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:60
msgid "Locking cells or hiding formulas only affects protected worksheets."
msgstr "Locking cells or hiding formulas only affects protected worksheets."
+msgstr "Locking cells or hiding formulae only affects protected worksheets."
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:63
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:94
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:61
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:91
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:718
msgid "None"
msgstr "None"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:64
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:62
msgid "Outline"
msgstr "Outline"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:65
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:63
#: ../src/dialogs/workbookattr.glade.h:10
msgid "Protection"
msgstr "Protection"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:66
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:64
msgid "Reverse Diagonal"
msgstr "Reverse Diagonal"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:67
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:65
msgid "Reverse Diagonal Stripe"
msgstr "Reverse Diagonal Stripe"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:68 ../src/wbcgtk.c:203
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:66
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:216
msgid "Right"
msgstr "Right"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:69
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:67
msgid "Semi Circles"
msgstr "Semi Circles"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:70
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:68
msgid "Shrin_k to fit"
msgstr "Shrin_k to fit"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:71
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:69
msgid "Small Circles"
msgstr "Small Circles"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:72
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:70
msgid "Solid"
msgstr "Solid"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:73
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:71
msgid "Stri_kethrough"
msgstr "Stri_kethrough"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:74
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:72
msgid "Style:"
msgstr "Style:"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:75
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:73
msgid "Su_bscript"
msgstr "Su_bscript"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:76
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:74
msgid "Sup_erscript"
msgstr "Sup_erscript"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:77
msgid "T_op"
msgstr "T_op"

#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:78
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:75
msgid "Thatch"
msgstr "Thatch"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:79
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:76
msgid "Thick Diagonal Crosshatch"
msgstr "Thick Diagonal Crosshatch"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:80
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:77
msgid "Thin Diagonal Crosshatch"
msgstr "Thin Diagonal Crosshatch"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:81
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:78
msgid "Thin Diagonal Stripe"
msgstr "Thin Diagonal Stripe"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:82
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:79
msgid "Thin Horizontal Crosshatch"
msgstr "Thin Horizontal Crosshatch"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:83
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:80
msgid "Thin Horizontal Stripe"
msgstr "Thin Horizontal Stripe"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:84
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:81
msgid "Thin Reverse Diagonal Stripe"
msgstr "Thin Reverse Diagonal Stripe"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:85
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:82
msgid "Thin Vertical Stripe"
msgstr "Thin Vertical Stripe"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:86
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:83
msgid "Titl_e:"
msgstr "Titl_e:"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:87
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:84
msgid "Top"
msgstr "Top"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:88
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:85
msgid "Validation"
msgstr "Validation"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:89
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:86
msgid "Vertical Stripe"
msgstr "Vertical Stripe"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:91
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:88
+msgid "_Distributed"
+msgstr "_Distributed"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:89
msgid "_Fill"
msgstr "_Fill"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:92
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:90
msgid "_General"
msgstr "_General"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:93
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:91
msgid "_Indent:"
msgstr "_Indent:"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:94
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:92
msgid "_Justify"
msgstr "_Justify"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:96
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:94
msgid "_Lock"
msgstr "_Lock"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:97
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:95
msgid "_Message:"
msgstr "_Message:"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:98
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:96
msgid "_Protect worksheet"
msgstr "_Protect worksheet"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:100
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:98
msgid "_Show input message when cell is selected"
msgstr "_Show input message when cell is selected"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:101
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:100
msgid "_Underline:"
msgstr "_Underline:"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:102
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:101
msgid "_Wrap text"
msgstr "_Wrap text"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:103
msgid "degrees"
msgstr "degrees"

#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:104
+#: ../src/dialogs/cellformat.glade.h:102
msgid ""
"min <= val <= max (between)\n"
"val <= min  max <= val (not between)\n"
@@ 3864,12 +3781,8 @@ msgid "Sort Specification"
msgstr "Sort Specification"
#: ../src/dialogs/cellsort.glade.h:3
msgid ""
"Adds any fields in the range box to the left to the sort criteria or allows "
"selection of fields from a menu."
msgstr ""
"Adds any fields in the range box to the left to the sort criteria or allows "
"selection of fields from a menu."
+msgid "Adds any fields in the range box to the left to the sort criteria or allows selection of fields from a menu."
+msgstr "Adds any fields in the range box to the left to the sort criteria or allows selection of fields from a menu."
#: ../src/dialogs/cellsort.glade.h:4
msgid "Clear all fields from the sort specification"
@@ 3935,7 +3848,8 @@ msgstr "Column Width"
msgid "_Column width (pt.):"
msgstr "_Column width (pt.):"
#: ../src/dialogs/colwidth.glade.h:3 ../src/dialogs/rowheight.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/colwidth.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/rowheight.glade.h:3
msgid "_Use Default"
msgstr "_Use Default"
@@ 3947,8 +3861,9 @@ msgstr "C_opy labels"
msgid "Clear the list of source areas"
msgstr "Clear the list of source areas"
#: ../src/dialogs/consolidate.glade.h:3 ../src/consolidate.c:810
#: ../src/consolidate.c:813
+#: ../src/dialogs/consolidate.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/consolidate.c:790
+#: ../src/consolidate.c:793
msgid "Data Consolidation"
msgstr "Data Consolidation"
@@ 3993,20 +3908,12 @@ msgid "The function to use when consolidating"
msgstr "The function to use when consolidating"
#: ../src/dialogs/consolidate.glade.h:20
msgid ""
"The left column contains labels, these will not be consolidated, but used as "
"key for comparison"
msgstr ""
"The left column contains labels, these will not be consolidated, but used as "
"key for comparison"
+msgid "The left column contains labels, these will not be consolidated, but used as key for comparison"
+msgstr "The left column contains labels, these will not be consolidated, but used as key for comparison"
#: ../src/dialogs/consolidate.glade.h:21
msgid ""
"The top row contains labels, these will not be consolidated, but used as key "
"for comparison"
msgstr ""
"The top row contains labels, these will not be consolidated, but used as key "
"for comparison"
+msgid "The top row contains labels, these will not be consolidated, but used as key for comparison"
+msgstr "The top row contains labels, these will not be consolidated, but used as key for comparison"
#: ../src/dialogs/consolidate.glade.h:22
msgid "_Function:"
@@ 4016,13 +3923,16 @@ msgstr "_Function:"
msgid "_Source areas:"
msgstr "_Source areas:"
#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:1 ../src/tools/analysistools.c:954
#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:957
+#: ../src/dialogs/correlation.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:944
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:947
msgid "Correlation"
msgstr "Correlation"
#: ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:1 ../src/tools/analysistools.c:1008
#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:1011 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1825
+#: ../src/dialogs/covariance.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:998
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:1001
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1915
msgid "Covariance"
msgstr "Covariance"
@@ 4042,7 +3952,8 @@ msgstr "A_utofit columns"
msgid "C_lear output range"
msgstr "C_lear output range"
#: ../src/dialogs/dao.glade.h:5 ../src/dialogs/dialogadvancedfilter.c:197
+#: ../src/dialogs/dao.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogadvancedfilter.c:197
msgid "Filter _inplace"
msgstr "Filter _inplace"
@@ 4070,40 +3981,41 @@ msgstr "Retain output range co_mments"
msgid "_Enter into cells:"
msgstr "_Enter into cells:"
#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:3 ../src/dialogs/pastenames.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/pastenames.glade.h:2
msgid "Available Names"
msgstr "Available Names"
#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:3
msgid "Definition"
msgstr "Definition"
#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:4
msgid "Define Names"
msgstr "Define Names"
+#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:5
+msgid "Switch _Scope"
+msgstr "Switch _Scope"
+
#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:6
msgid "Workbook"
msgstr "Workbook"
#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:8 ../src/dialogs/solver.glade.h:23
#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1430
msgid "_Delete"
msgstr "_Delete"

#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:9
+#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:7
msgid "_Expression: "
msgstr "_Expression: "
#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:10 ../src/dialogs/solver.glade.h:30
+#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/dialogs/solver.glade.h:28
msgid "_Name: "
msgstr "_Name: "
#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:9
msgid "_Scope:"
msgstr "_Scope:"
#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/dialogs/definename.glade.h:10
msgid "_Update"
msgstr "_Update"
@@ 4140,7 +4052,8 @@ msgid "Confidence Interval for the _Mean"
msgstr "Confidence Interval for the _Mean"
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:5
#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:1399 ../src/tools/analysistools.c:1402
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:1385
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:1388
msgid "Descriptive Statistics"
msgstr "Descriptive Statistics"
@@ 4157,12 +4070,8 @@ msgid "S_ummary Statistics"
msgstr "S_ummary Statistics"
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:13
msgid ""
"Use the ssmedian function with interval width 1 rather than the traditional "
"median function. "
msgstr ""
"Use the ssmedian function with interval width 1 rather than the traditional "
"median function. "
+msgid "Use the ssmedian function with interval width 1 rather than the traditional median function. "
+msgstr "Use the ssmedian function with interval width 1 rather than the traditional median function. "
#: ../src/dialogs/descriptivestats.glade.h:17
msgid "_K:"
@@ 4240,7 +4149,8 @@ msgstr "Functions and XBase importing."
msgid "Michel Berkelaar"
msgstr "Michel Berkelaar"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:87 ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:101
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:87
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:101
msgid "Simplex algorithm for Solver (LP Solve)."
msgstr "Simplex algorithm for Solver (LP Solve)."
@@ 4305,68 +4215,69 @@ msgid "Original plugin engine."
msgstr "Original plugin engine."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:104
+msgid "Kjell Eikland"
+msgstr "Kjell Eikland"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:105
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:131
+msgid "LPsolve"
+msgstr "LPsolve"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:106
msgid "Gergo Erdi"
msgstr "Gergo Erdi"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:105
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:107
msgid "Custom UI tools"
msgstr "Custom UI tools"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:106
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:108
msgid "John Gotts"
msgstr "John Gotts"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:107
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:109
msgid "RPM packaging"
msgstr "RPM packaging"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:108
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:110
msgid "Andreas J. GÃ¼lzow"
msgstr "Andreas J. GÃ¼lzow"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:109
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:111
msgid "Statistics and GUI master"
msgstr "Statistics and GUI master"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:110
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:112
msgid "Jon KÃ¥re Hellan"
msgstr "Jon KÃ¥re Hellan"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:111
msgid "UI Polish and all round bug fixer"
msgstr "UI Polish and all round bug fixer"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:113
+msgid "UI polish and all round bug fixer"
+msgstr "UI polish and all round bug fixer"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:112
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:114
msgid "Ross Ihaka"
msgstr "Ross Ihaka"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:113
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:115
msgid "Special functions"
msgstr "Special functions"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:114
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:116
msgid "JukkaPekka Iivonen"
msgstr "JukkaPekka Iivonen"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:115
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:117
msgid "Solver, lots of worksheet functions, and general trailblazer"
msgstr "Solver, lots of worksheet functions, and general trailblazer"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:116
msgid "Jakub Jelinek"
msgstr "Jakub Jelinek"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:117
msgid "One of the original core contributors"
msgstr "One of the original core contributors"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:118
msgid "Jakub Steiner"
msgstr "Jakub Steiner"
+msgid "Jakub JelÃnek"
+msgstr "Jakub JelÃnek"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:119
msgid "Icons and Images"
msgstr "Icons and Images"
+msgid "One of the original core contributors"
+msgstr "One of the original core contributors"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:120
msgid "Chris Lahey"
@@ 4409,138 +4320,151 @@ msgid "Support for nonLatin languages"
msgstr "Support for nonLatin languages"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:130
+msgid "Peter Notebaert"
+msgstr "Peter Notebaert"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:132
msgid "Emmanuel Pacaud"
msgstr "Emmanuel Pacaud"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:131
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:133
msgid "Many plot types for charting engine."
msgstr "Many plot types for charting engine."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:132
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:134
msgid "Federico M. Quintero"
msgstr "Federico M. Quintero"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:133
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:135
msgid "canvas support"
msgstr "canvas support"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:134
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:136
msgid "Mark Probst"
msgstr "Mark Probst"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:135 ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:141
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:137
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:143
msgid "Guile support"
msgstr "Guile support"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:136
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:138
msgid "Rasca"
msgstr "Rasca"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:137
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:139
msgid "HTML, troff, LaTeX exporters"
msgstr "HTML, troff, LaTeX exporters"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:138
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:140
msgid "Vincent Renardias"
msgstr "Vincent Renardias"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:139
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:141
msgid "original CSV support, French localization"
msgstr "original CSV support, French localisation"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:140
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:142
msgid "Ariel Rios"
msgstr "Ariel Rios"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:142
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:144
+msgid "Jakub Steiner"
+msgstr "Jakub Steiner"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:145
+msgid "Icons and Images"
+msgstr "Icons and Images"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:146
msgid "Uwe Steinmann"
msgstr "Uwe Steinmann"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:143
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:147
msgid "Paradox Importer"
msgstr "Paradox Importer"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:144
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:148
msgid "Arturo Tena"
msgstr "Arturo Tena"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:145
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:149
msgid "Initial work on OLE2 for libgsf"
msgstr "Initial work on OLE2 for libgsf"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:146
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:150
msgid "Almer S. Tigelaar"
msgstr "Almer S. Tigelaar"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:147
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:151
msgid "Consolidation and Structured Text importer"
msgstr "Consolidation and Structured Text importer"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:148
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:152
msgid "Bruno Unna"
msgstr "Bruno Unna"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:149
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:153
msgid "Pieces of MS Excel import"
msgstr "Pieces of MS Excel import"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:150
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:154
msgid "Arief Mulya Utama"
msgstr "Arief Mulya Utama"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:151
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:155
msgid "Telecommunications functions"
msgstr "Telecommunications functions"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:152
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:156
msgid "Daniel Veillard"
msgstr "Daniel Veillard"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:153
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:157
msgid "Initial XML support"
msgstr "Initial XML support"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:154
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:158
msgid "Vladimir Vuksan"
msgstr "Vladimir Vuksan"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:155
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:159
msgid "Some financial functions"
msgstr "Some financial functions"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:156
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:160
msgid "Morten Welinder"
msgstr "Morten Welinder"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:157
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:161
msgid "All round powerhouse"
msgstr "All round powerhouse"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:158
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:162
msgid "Kevin Breit"
msgstr "Kevin Breit"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:159
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:163
msgid "Thomas Canty"
msgstr "Thomas Canty"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:160
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:164
msgid "Adrian Custer"
msgstr "Adrian Custer"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:161
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:165
msgid "Adrian Likins"
msgstr "Adrian Likins"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:162
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:166
msgid "Aaron Weber"
msgstr "Aaron Weber"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:163
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:167
msgid "Alexander Kirillov"
msgstr "Alexander Kirillov"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:265
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogabout.c:267
msgid "About Gnumeric"
msgstr "About Gnumeric"
@@ 4625,8 +4549,8 @@ msgid "Could not create the Fourier Analysis Tool dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the Fourier Analysis Tool dialogue."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoganalysistools.c:1046
msgid "No statistics is selected."
msgstr "No statistics is selected."
+msgid "No statistics are selected."
+msgstr "No statistics are selected."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoganalysistools.c:1056
msgid "The confidence level should be between 0 and 1."
@@ 4670,11 +4594,10 @@ msgid "Could not create the Sampling Tool dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the Sampling Tool dialogue."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoganalysistools.c:1997
#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3326 ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3405
msgid ""
"There must be an equal number of entries for each variable in the regression."
msgstr ""
"There must be an equal number of entries for each variable in the regression."
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3117
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3196
+msgid "There must be an equal number of entries for each variable in the regression."
+msgstr "There must be an equal number of entries for each variable in the regression."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoganalysistools.c:2091
msgid "Could not create the Regression Tool dialog."
@@ 4702,40 +4625,24 @@ msgid "Could not create the ANOVA (single factor) tool dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the ANOVA (single factor) tool dialogue."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoganalysistools.c:2825
msgid ""
"The given input range should contain at least two columns and two rows of "
"data and the labels."
msgstr ""
"The given input range should contain at least two columns and two rows of "
"data and the labels."
+msgid "The given input range should contain at least two columns and two rows of data and the labels."
+msgstr "The given input range should contain at least two columns and two rows of data and the labels."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoganalysistools.c:2828
msgid ""
"The given input range should contain at least two columns and two rows of "
"data."
msgstr ""
"The given input range should contain at least two columns and two rows of "
"data."
+msgid "The given input range should contain at least two columns and two rows of data."
+msgstr "The given input range should contain at least two columns and two rows of data."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoganalysistools.c:2834
msgid ""
"The given input range should contain at least two columns of data and the "
"labels."
msgstr ""
"The given input range should contain at least two columns of data and the "
"labels."
+msgid "The given input range should contain at least two columns of data and the labels."
+msgstr "The given input range should contain at least two columns of data and the labels."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoganalysistools.c:2837
msgid "The given input range should contain at least two columns of data."
msgstr "The given input range should contain at least two columns of data."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoganalysistools.c:2843
msgid ""
"The given input range should contain at least two rows of data and the "
"labels."
msgstr ""
"The given input range should contain at least two rows of data and the "
"labels."
+msgid "The given input range should contain at least two rows of data and the labels."
+msgstr "The given input range should contain at least two rows of data and the labels."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoganalysistools.c:2846
msgid "The given input range should contain at least two rows of data."
@@ 4753,193 +4660,201 @@ msgstr "The number of rows per sample should be a positive integer."
msgid "Could not create the ANOVA (two factor) tool dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the ANOVA (two factor) tool dialogue."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautocorrect.c:332
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautocorrect.c:334
msgid "Could not create the AutoCorrect dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the AutoCorrect dialogue."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:77
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:72
#: ../src/dialogs/scenariomanager.glade.h:1
msgid " "
msgstr " "
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:77
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:72
msgid "Jan"
msgstr "Jan"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:77
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:72
msgid "Feb"
msgstr "Feb"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:77
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:72
msgid "Mar"
msgstr "Mar"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:77 ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:81
#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:4714 ../src/tools/analysistools.c:4724
#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:4732
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:72
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:76
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:4480
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:4490
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:4498
msgid "Total"
msgstr "Total"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:78
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:73
msgid "North"
msgstr "North"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:78
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:73
msgid "6"
msgstr "6"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:78
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:73
msgid "13"
msgstr "13"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:78
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:73
msgid "20"
msgstr "20"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:78
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:73
msgid "39"
msgstr "39"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:79
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:74
msgid "South"
msgstr "South"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:79
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:74
msgid "12"
msgstr "12"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:79
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:74
msgid "4"
msgstr "4"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:79
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:74
msgid "17"
msgstr "17"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:79
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:74
msgid "33"
msgstr "33"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:80
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:75
msgid "West"
msgstr "West"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:80
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:75
msgid "8"
msgstr "8"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:80
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:75
msgid "2"
msgstr "2"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:80 ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:75
+#: ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:2
msgid "0"
msgstr "0"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:80
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:75
msgid "10"
msgstr "10"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:81
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:76
msgid "26"
msgstr "26"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:81
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:76
msgid "19"
msgstr "19"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:81
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:76
msgid "37"
msgstr "37"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:81
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:76
msgid "81"
msgstr "81"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:653
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautoformat.c:652
msgid "An error occurred while reading the category list"
msgstr "An error occurred while reading the category list"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautosave.c:78
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautosave.c:77
#, cformat
msgid "Do you want to save the workbook %s ?"
msgstr "Do you want to save the workbook %s ?"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautosave.c:183
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogautosave.c:181
msgid "Could not create the autosave dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the autosave dialogue."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:95
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:92
msgid "Single"
msgstr "Single"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:96
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:93
msgid "Double"
msgstr "Double"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:475 ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:158
#: ../src/func.c:836 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1968
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:471
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:156
+#: ../src/func.c:936
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:2060
msgid "Number"
msgstr "Number"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:663
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfmainpage.c:382
msgid "Text"
msgstr "Text"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1781
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1645
msgid "Source"
msgstr "Source"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1782
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1646
msgid "Criteria"
msgstr "Criteria"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1794
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1801
msgid "Min :"
msgstr "Min :"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1661
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1670
+#: ../src/dialogs/soscrollbar.glade.h:4
+msgid "Min:"
+msgstr "Min:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1795
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1804
msgid "Max :"
msgstr "Max :"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1662
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1674
+#: ../src/dialogs/soscrollbar.glade.h:3
+msgid "Max:"
+msgstr "Max:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1798
msgid "Value :"
msgstr "Value :"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1666
+msgid "Value:"
+msgstr "Value:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1888
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1758
msgid "None (silently accept invalid input)"
msgstr "None (silently accept invalid input)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1896
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1766
msgid "Stop (never allow invalid input)"
msgstr "Stop (never allow invalid input)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1904
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1774
msgid "Warning (accept/discard invalid input)"
msgstr "Warning (accept/discard invalid input)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1912
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1782
msgid "Information (allow invalid input)"
msgstr "Information (allow invalid input)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2086
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:1977
msgid "The validation criteria are unusable. Disable validation?"
msgstr "The validation criteria are unusable. Disable validation?"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2337 ../src/wbcgtk.c:179
#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:312 ../src/wbcgtk.c:538 ../src/wbcgtk.c:539
#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:548 ../src/wbcgtk.c:649 ../src/wbcgtk.c:703
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2223
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:192
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:327
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:579
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:580
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:591
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:698
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:763
msgid "Foreground"
msgstr "Foreground"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2342 ../src/wbcgtk.c:586
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2227
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:628
msgid "Clear Background"
msgstr "Clear Background"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2347
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellformat.c:2231
msgid "Pattern"
msgstr "Pattern"
@@ 4963,31 +4878,31 @@ msgstr "%s (%s)"
msgid "%s to %s"
msgstr "%s to %s"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:787
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:775
msgid "no available row"
msgstr "no available row"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:787
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:775
msgid "no available column"
msgstr "no available column"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:1030
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:1018
msgid "Header"
msgstr "Header"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:1035
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:1023
msgid "Row/Column"
msgstr "Row/Column"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:1055
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:1043
msgid "Case Sensitive"
msgstr "Case Sensitive"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:1075
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:1063
msgid "By Value"
msgstr "By Value"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:1205
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcellsort.c:1195
msgid "Could not create the CellSort dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the CellSort dialogue."
@@ 4997,42 +4912,41 @@ msgstr "Set standard/default column width"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogcolwidth.c:237
#, cformat
msgid ""
"Set column width of selection on %s"
msgstr ""
"Set column width of selection on %s"
+msgid "Set column width of selection on %s"
+msgstr "Set column width of selection on %s"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogconsolidate.c:192
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogconsolidate.c:193
#, cformat
msgid "Specification %s does not define a region"
msgstr "Specification %s does not define a region"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogconsolidate.c:201
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogconsolidate.c:202
#, cformat
msgid "Source region %s overlaps with the destination region"
msgstr "Source region %s overlaps with the destination region"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogconsolidate.c:326
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogconsolidate.c:327
msgid "The output range overlaps with the input ranges."
msgstr "The output range overlaps with the input ranges."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogconsolidate.c:555
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogconsolidate.c:551
msgid "Could not create the Consolidate dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the Consolidate dialogue."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdefinenames.c:361
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdefinenames.c:419
msgid "Why would you want to define a name to be #NAME?"
msgstr "Why would you want to define a name to be #NAME?"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdefinenames.c:582
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdocmetadata.c:121
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdefinenames.c:662
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdocmetadata.c:1597
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpastenames.c:145
msgid "Could not create the Name Guru."
msgstr "Could not create the Name Guru."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdeletecells.c:136
#: ../src/dialogs/scenariomanager.glade.h:8 ../src/wbcgactions.c:210
#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:224
+#: ../src/dialogs/scenariomanager.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:250
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:264
msgid "Delete"
msgstr "Delete"
@@ 5040,20 +4954,33 @@ msgstr "Delete"
msgid "Could not create the Delete Cell dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the Delete Cell dialogue."
+#. Set the `CPU Model'.
+#. Set the `CPU Mhz'.
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdocmetadata.c:367
+#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:673
+#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:676
+#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:689
+msgid "Unknown"
+msgstr "Unknown"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogdocmetadata.c:1289
+msgid "Linked To"
+msgstr "Linked To"
+
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogfillseries.c:256
msgid "Could not create the Fill Series dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the Fill Series dialogue."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogformulaguru.c:301
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogformulaguru.c:302
#, cformat
msgid "[%s]"
msgstr "[%s]"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogformulaguru.c:812
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogformulaguru.c:824
msgid "Function/Argument"
msgstr "Function/Argument"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogformulaguru.c:976
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogformulaguru.c:992
msgid "Could not create the formula guru."
msgstr "Could not create the formula guru."
@@ 5065,37 +4992,37 @@ msgstr "Recently Used"
msgid "All Functions (long list)"
msgstr "All Functions (long list)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:362
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:352
msgid "You should introduce a valid cell name in 'Set Cell:'!"
msgstr "You should introduce a valid cell name in 'Set Cell:'!"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:374
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:364
msgid "The cell named in 'Set Cell:' must contain a formula!"
msgstr "The cell named in 'Set Cell:' must contain a formula!"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:387
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:377
msgid "You should introduce a valid cell name in 'By Changing Cell:'!"
msgstr "You should introduce a valid cell name in 'By Changing Cell:'!"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:400
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:390
msgid "The cell named in 'By changing cell' must not contain a formula."
msgstr "The cell named in 'By changing cell' must not contain a formula."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:413
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:403
msgid "The value given in 'To Value:' is not valid."
msgstr "The value given in 'To Value:' is not valid."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:457
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:447
#, cformat
msgid "Goal seeking with cell %s found a solution."
msgstr "Goal seeking with cell %s found a solution."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:478
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:468
#, cformat
msgid "Goal seeking with cell %s did not find a solution."
msgstr "Goal seeking with cell %s did not find a solution."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:655
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggoalseek.c:645
msgid "Could not create the GoalSeek dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the GoalSeek dialogue."
@@ 5112,8 +5039,10 @@ msgstr "Workbook Level"
#.
#. * Fill in the labels of `Constraints' section.
#.
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggotocell.c:295 ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:423
#: ../src/dialogs/tabulate.glade.h:2 ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:78
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoggotocell.c:295
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:421
+#: ../src/dialogs/tabulate.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:78
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:100
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:127
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:234
@@ 5163,23 +5092,25 @@ msgstr "Web Link"
msgid "Browse to the specified URL"
msgstr "Browse to the specified URL"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoghyperlink.c:343
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoghyperlink.c:342
msgid "Add Hyperlink"
msgstr "Add Hyperlink"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoghyperlink.c:345
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoghyperlink.c:344
msgid "Edit Hyperlink"
msgstr "Edit Hyperlink"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoghyperlink.c:351 ../src/sheetcontrolgui.c:1476
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoghyperlink.c:350
+#: ../src/sheetcontrolgui.c:1732
msgid "Remove Hyperlink"
msgstr "Remove Hyperlink"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoghyperlink.c:543
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoghyperlink.c:542
msgid "Could not create the hyperlink dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the hyperlink dialogue."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialoginsertcells.c:136 ../src/workbookcontrolgui.c:548
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialoginsertcells.c:136
+#: ../src/workbookcontrolgui.c:477
msgid "Insert"
msgstr "Insert"
@@ 5198,12 +5129,8 @@ msgstr "%i fields are not part of the merge zone!"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogmerge.c:283
#, cformat
msgid ""
"The data columns range in length from %i to %i. Shall we trim the lengths to "
"%i and proceed?"
msgstr ""
"The data columns range in length from %i to %i. Shall we trim the lengths to "
"%i and proceed?"
+msgid "The data columns range in length from %i to %i. Shall we trim the lengths to %i and proceed?"
+msgstr "The data columns range in length from %i to %i. Shall we trim the lengths to %i and proceed?"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogmerge.c:392
msgid "Input Data"
@@ 5213,12 +5140,12 @@ msgstr "Input Data"
msgid "Merge Field"
msgstr "Merge Field"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpassword.c:34
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpassword.c:33
#, cformat
msgid "%s is encrypted"
msgstr "%s is encrypted"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpassword.c:36
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpassword.c:35
msgid ""
"Encrypted files require a password\n"
"before they can be opened."
@@ 5226,7 +5153,7 @@ msgstr ""
"Encrypted files require a password\n"
"before they can be opened."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpassword.c:68
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpassword.c:67
msgid "Password :"
msgstr "Password :"
@@ 5235,7 +5162,8 @@ msgstr "Password :"
#. * Skip Blanks, Paste Link, Cancel, Ok are all on the same page
#. * try to keep them from conflicting
#. Edit > Clear
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpastespecial.c:67 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1534
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpastespecial.c:67
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1613
msgid "_All"
msgstr "_All"
@@ 5247,11 +5175,13 @@ msgstr "Cont_ent"
msgid "As _Value"
msgstr "As _Value"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpastespecial.c:70 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1537
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpastespecial.c:70
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1616
msgid "_Formats"
msgstr "_Formats"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpastespecial.c:71 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1540
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpastespecial.c:71
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1619
msgid "Co_mments"
msgstr "Co_mments"
@@ 5323,22 +5253,20 @@ msgstr "Errors while activating plugins"
msgid "Errors while deactivating plugins"
msgstr "Errors while deactivating plugins"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:613
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:615
msgid ""
"The following extra plugins must be activated in order to activate this "
"one:\n"
+"The following extra plugins must be activated in order to activate this one:\n"
"\n"
msgstr ""
"The following extra plugins must be activated in order to activate this "
"one:\n"
+"The following extra plugins must be activated in order to activate this one:\n"
"\n"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:619
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:621
#, cformat
msgid "Unknown plugin with id=\"%s\"\n"
msgstr "Unknown plugin with id=\"%s\"\n"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:626
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:628
msgid ""
"\n"
"Do you want to activate this plugin together with its dependencies?"
@@ 5346,129 +5274,126 @@ msgstr ""
"\n"
"Do you want to activate this plugin together with its dependencies?"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:647
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:649
#, cformat
msgid "Error while deactivating plugin \"%s\"."
msgstr "Error while deactivating plugin \"%s\"."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:651
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:653
#, cformat
msgid "Error while activating plugin \"%s\"."
msgstr "Error while activating plugin \"%s\"."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:717
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:719
msgid "Active"
msgstr "Active"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:722
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:724
msgid "Plugin name"
msgstr "Plugin name"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:741
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:743
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:30
#: ../src/dialogs/functionselect.glade.h:2
msgid "Description"
msgstr "Description"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:745
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:747
+#: ../src/ssconvert.c:73
+#: ../src/ssconvert.c:89
msgid "ID"
msgstr "ID"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:765
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpluginmanager.c:767
msgid "Directory"
msgstr "Directory"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:462
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:461
msgid "The items on this page customize the behaviour of the undo/redo system."
msgstr ""
"The items on this page customise the behaviour of the undo/redo system."
+msgstr "The items on this page customise the behaviour of the undo/redo system."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:479
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:478
msgid "Length of Undo Descriptors"
msgstr "Length of Undo Descriptors"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:508
msgid ""
"The items on this page customize the inital settings of the sort dialog and "
"the behaviour of the sort toolbar buttons."
msgstr ""
"The items on this page customise the inital settings of the sort dialogue "
"and the behaviour of the sort toolbar buttons."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:507
+msgid "The items on this page customize the inital settings of the sort dialog and the behaviour of the sort toolbar buttons."
+msgstr "The items on this page customise the inital settings of the sort dialogue and the behaviour of the sort toolbar buttons."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:535
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:534
msgid "Sorting is CaseSensitive"
msgstr "Sorting is CaseSensitive"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:557
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:542
+msgid "Sort Area Has a HEADER"
+msgstr "Sort Area Has a HEADER"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:560
msgid "The items on this page customize the new default workbook."
msgstr "The items on this page customise the new default workbook."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:612
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:615
msgid "The items on this page are related to the saving and opening of files."
msgstr "The items on this page are related to the saving and opening of files."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:666
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:669
msgid "The items on this page are related to the screen layout and resolution."
msgstr ""
"The items on this page are related to the screen layout and resolution."
+msgstr "The items on this page are related to the screen layout and resolution."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:705
msgid ""
"The items on this page and its subpages are related to various gnumeric "
"tools."
msgstr ""
"The items on this page and its subpages are related to various gnumeric "
"tools."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:708
+msgid "The items on this page and its subpages are related to various gnumeric tools."
+msgstr "The items on this page and its subpages are related to various gnumeric tools."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:750
msgid "The items on this page are related to copy. cut and paste."
msgstr "The items on this page are related to copy. cut and paste."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:753
+msgid "The items on this page are related to copy, cut and paste."
+msgstr "The items on this page are related to copy, cut and paste."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:791
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:794
msgid "Copy and Paste"
msgstr "Copy and Paste"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:792
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:795
msgid "Files"
msgstr "Files"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:793
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:796
msgid "Tools"
msgstr "Tools"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:794 ../src/wbcgtk.c:472
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:797
msgid "Undo"
msgstr "Undo"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:795
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:798
msgid "Windows"
msgstr "Windows"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:796
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:799
msgid "Header/Footer"
msgstr "Header/Footer"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:797 ../src/commands.c:2182
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:800
+#: ../src/commands.c:2181
msgid "Sorting"
msgstr "Sorting"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:798
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogpreferences.c:801
msgid "Screen"
msgstr "Screen"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogprintersetup.c:876
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogprintersetup.c:864
msgid "Customize header"
msgstr "Customise header"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogprintersetup.c:878
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogprintersetup.c:866
msgid "Customize footer"
msgstr "Customise footer"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogprintersetup.c:1025
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogprintersetup.c:1004
msgid "Custom header configuration"
msgstr "Custom header configuration"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogprintersetup.c:1030
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogprintersetup.c:1009
msgid "Custom footer configuration"
msgstr "Custom footer configuration"
@@ 5491,8 +5416,9 @@ msgid "Uniform Integer"
msgstr "Uniform Integer"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialograndomgenerator.c:116
#: ../src/dialogs/search.glade.h:13 ../src/dialogs/searchreplace.glade.h:14
#: ../src/widgets/widgetfontselector.c:208
+#: ../src/dialogs/search.glade.h:13
+#: ../src/dialogs/searchreplace.glade.h:17
+#: ../src/widgets/widgetfontselector.c:209
msgid "Normal"
msgstr "Normal"
@@ 5711,10 +5637,8 @@ msgstr "Set standard/default row height"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogrowheight.c:237
#, cformat
msgid ""
"Set row height of selection on %s"
msgstr ""
"Set row height of selection on %s"
+msgid "Set row height of selection on %s"
+msgstr "Set row height of selection on %s"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogscenarios.c:130
msgid "Invalid changing cells"
@@ 5733,14 +5657,8 @@ msgid "Invalid scenario name"
msgstr "Invalid scenario name"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogscenarios.c:182
msgid ""
"Changing cells contain at least one expression that is not just a value. "
"Note that showing the scenario will overwrite the formula with it's current "
"value."
msgstr ""
"Changing cells contain at least one expression that is not just a value. "
"Note that showing the scenario will overwrite the formula with it's current "
"value."
+msgid "Changing cells contain at least one expression that is not just a value. Note that showing the scenario will overwrite the formula with it's current value."
+msgstr "Changing cells contain at least one expression that is not just a value. Note that showing the scenario will overwrite the formula with it's current value."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogscenarios.c:216
msgid "Could not create the Scenario Add dialog."
@@ 5762,13 +5680,16 @@ msgstr "Could not create the Scenarios dialogue."
msgid "Comment"
msgstr "Comment"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:140 ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:406
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:140
+#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:406
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:411
msgid "Result"
msgstr "Result"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:150 ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:178
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:184 ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:190
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:150
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:176
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:182
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:188
msgid "Deleted"
msgstr "Deleted"
@@ 5776,65 +5697,61 @@ msgstr "Deleted"
msgid "Expression"
msgstr "Expression"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:156
msgid "Integer"
msgstr "Integer"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:160
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:158
msgid "Other value"
msgstr "Other value"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:346
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:344
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearchreplace.c:144
msgid "You must select some cell types to search."
msgstr "You must select some cell types to search."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:425
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearch.c:423
msgid "Content"
msgstr "Content"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearchreplace.c:320
msgid "Perform no more replacements"
msgstr "Perform no more replacements"
+#. xgettext : "Lock" is short for locked. Keep this short.
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:375
+msgid "Lock"
+msgstr "Lock"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearchreplace.c:324
msgid "Do not perform this replacement"
msgstr "Do not perform this replacement"
+#. xgettext : "Viz" is short for visibility. Keep this short.
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:388
+msgid "Viz"
+msgstr "Viz"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsearchreplace.c:328
msgid "Perform this replacement"
msgstr "Perform this replacement"
+#. xgettext : "Dir" is short for direction. Keep this short.
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:400
+msgid "Dir"
+msgstr "Dir"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:392
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:407
msgid "Current Name"
msgstr "Current Name"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:402
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:417
msgid "New Name"
msgstr "New Name"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:719
msgid "At least one sheet must remain visible!"
msgstr "At least one sheet must remain visible!"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:629
+msgid "New sheets must be given a name."
+msgstr "New sheets must be given a name."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:724
msgid "You may not delete all sheets in a workbook!"
msgstr "You may not delete all sheets in a workbook!"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:634
+#, cformat
+msgid "There is more than one sheet named \"%s\""
+msgstr "There is more than one sheet named \"%s\""
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:729
msgid ""
"To replace all exisiting sheets, please delete the current workbook and "
"create a new one!"
msgstr ""
"To replace all exisiting sheets, please delete the current workbook and "
"create a new one!"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:669
+msgid "At least one sheet must remain visible!"
+msgstr "At least one sheet must remain visible!"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:985
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:948
msgid "The sheet order has changed. Do you want to update the list?"
msgstr "The sheet order has changed. Do you want to update the list?"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:1056
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:1066
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:1019
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsheetorder.c:1029
msgid "Default"
msgstr "Default"
@@ 5878,17 +5795,20 @@ msgstr "Run on"
msgid "Variable"
msgstr "Variable"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:237 ../src/tools/simulation.c:247
#: ../src/workbookcontrolgui.c:1874
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:237
+#: ../src/tools/simulation.c:247
+#: ../src/workbookcontrolgui.c:1918
msgid "Min"
msgstr "Min"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:237 ../src/workbookcontrolgui.c:1876
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:237
+#: ../src/workbookcontrolgui.c:1920
msgid "Average"
msgstr "Average"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:237 ../src/tools/simulation.c:249
#: ../src/workbookcontrolgui.c:1875
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:237
+#: ../src/tools/simulation.c:249
+#: ../src/workbookcontrolgui.c:1919
msgid "Max"
msgstr "Max"
@@ 5897,20 +5817,16 @@ msgid "Invalid variable range was given"
msgstr "Invalid variable range was given"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:331
msgid ""
"First round number should be greater or equal than the number of the last "
"round."
msgstr ""
"First round number should be greater or equal than the number of the last "
"round."
+msgid "First round number should be greater or equal than the number of the last round."
+msgstr "First round number should be greater or equal than the number of the last round."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsimulation.c:422
msgid "Could not create the Simulation dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the Simulation dialogue."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:109
msgid "Simplex (LP Solve 5.0)"
msgstr "Simplex (LP Solve 5.0)"
+msgid "Simplex (LP Solve)"
+msgstr "Simplex (LP Solve)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:110
msgid "Revised Simplex (GLPK 4.5)"
@@ 5920,85 +5836,56 @@ msgstr "Revised Simplex (GLPK 4.5)"
msgid "< Not available >"
msgstr "< Not available >"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:392
msgid ""
"Looking for a subject for your thesis? Maybe you would like to write a QP "
"solver for Gnumeric?"
msgstr ""
"Looking for a subject for your thesis? Maybe you would like to write a QP "
"solver for Gnumeric?"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:395
+msgid "Looking for a subject for your thesis? Maybe you would like to write a QP solver for Gnumeric?"
+msgstr "Looking for a subject for your thesis? Maybe you would like to write a QP solver for Gnumeric?"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:698
msgid ""
"Solver found an optimal solution. All constraints and optimality conditions "
"are satisfied.\n"
msgstr ""
"Solver found an optimal solution. All constraints and optimality conditions "
"are satisfied.\n"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:701
+msgid "Solver found an optimal solution. All constraints and optimality conditions are satisfied.\n"
+msgstr "Solver found an optimal solution. All constraints and optimality conditions are satisfied.\n"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:707
msgid ""
"Neither sensitivity nor limits report are meaningful if the program has "
"integer constraints. These reports will not be created."
msgstr ""
"Neither sensitivity nor limits report are meaningful if the program has "
"integer constraints. These reports will not be created."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:710
+msgid "Neither sensitivity nor limits report are meaningful if the program has integer constraints. These reports will not be created."
+msgstr "Neither sensitivity nor limits report are meaningful if the program has integer constraints. These reports will not be created."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:725
msgid ""
"The Target Cell value specified does not converge! The program is unbounded."
msgstr ""
"The Target Cell value specified does not converge! The program is unbounded."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:728
+msgid "The Target Cell value specified does not converge! The program is unbounded."
+msgstr "The Target Cell value specified does not converge! The program is unbounded."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:739
msgid ""
"A feasible solution could not be found. All specified constraints cannot be "
"met simultaneously. "
msgstr ""
"A feasible solution could not be found. All specified constraints cannot be "
"met simultaneously. "
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:742
+msgid "A feasible solution could not be found. All specified constraints cannot be met simultaneously. "
+msgstr "A feasible solution could not be found. All specified constraints cannot be met simultaneously. "
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:754
msgid ""
"The maximum number of iterations exceeded. The optimal value could not be "
"found."
msgstr ""
"The maximum number of iterations exceeded. The optimal value could not be "
"found."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:757
+msgid "The maximum number of iterations exceeded. The optimal value could not be found."
+msgstr "The maximum number of iterations exceeded. The optimal value could not be found."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:798
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:801
msgid "Optimal solution created by solver.\n"
msgstr "Optimal solution created by solver.\n"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:832
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:835
msgid "Unknown error."
msgstr "Unknown error."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:851
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:854
msgid "You have not specified a problem to be solved"
msgstr "You have not specified a problem to be solved"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:870 ../src/tools/solver/solver.c:377
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:873
+#: ../src/tools/solver/solver.c:381
msgid "Target cell should contain a formula."
msgstr "Target cell should contain a formula."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:948
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:951
#, cformat
msgid "Constraint `%s' is for a cell that is not an input cell."
msgstr "Constraint `%s' is for a cell that is not an input cell."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:970
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:972
msgid "No constraints defined for the problem."
msgstr "No constraints defined for the problem."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:1030
msgid ""
"The maximum time exceeded. The optimal value could not be found in given "
"time."
msgstr ""
"The maximum time exceeded. The optimal value could not be found in given "
"time."

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogsolver.c:1236
msgid "Subject to the Constraints:"
msgstr "Subject to the Constraints:"
@@ 6007,24 +5894,11 @@ msgstr "Subject to the Constraints:"
msgid "Could not create the Solver dialog."
msgstr "Could not create the Solver dialogue."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.c:181
msgid "Are you sure you want to cancel?"
msgstr "Are you sure you want to cancel?"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.c:452
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.c:450
msgid "Export"
msgstr "Export"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.c:525
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:42
msgid "_Next"
msgstr "_Next"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.c:528
msgid "_Finish"
msgstr "_Finish"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.c:588
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.c:582
msgid "This workbook does not contain any exportable content."
msgstr "This workbook does not contain any exportable content."
@@ 6058,7 +5932,8 @@ msgstr ""
"Always\n"
"Never"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:11 ../src/guifile.c:206
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/guifile.c:214
msgid "Character _encoding:"
msgstr "Character _encoding:"
@@ 6079,59 +5954,55 @@ msgid "Export as Text"
msgstr "Export as Text"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:16
msgid ""
"Lower the selected sheet in the list of to be exported sheets to be exported "
"later."
msgstr ""
"Lower the selected sheet in the list of to be exported sheets to be exported "
"later."
+msgid "Line _termination:"
+msgstr "Line _termination:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:17
msgid ""
"Move the selected sheet to the end of the list of to be exported exported "
"sheets to be exported last."
msgstr ""
"Move the selected sheet to the end of the list of to be exported exported "
"sheets to be exported last."
+msgid "Lower the selected sheet in the list of to be exported sheets to be exported later."
+msgstr "Lower the selected sheet in the list of to be exported sheets to be exported later."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:18
msgid ""
"Move the selected sheet to the top of the list of to be exported sheets to "
"be exported first."
msgstr ""
"Move the selected sheet to the top of the list of to be exported sheets to "
"be exported first."
+msgid "Move the selected sheet to the end of the list of to be exported sheets to be exported last."
+msgstr "Move the selected sheet to the end of the list of to be exported sheets to be exported last."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:19
+msgid "Move the selected sheet to the top of the list of to be exported sheets to be exported first."
+msgstr "Move the selected sheet to the top of the list of to be exported sheets to be exported first."
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:20
msgid "Qu_oting:"
msgstr "Qu_oting:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:20
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:21
msgid "Quote _character:"
msgstr "Quote _character:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:21
msgid ""
"Raise the selected sheet in the list of to be exported sheets to be exported "
"earlier."
msgstr ""
"Raise the selected sheet in the list of to be exported sheets to be exported "
"earlier."

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:22
+msgid "Raise the selected sheet in the list of to be exported sheets to be exported earlier."
+msgstr "Raise the selected sheet in the list of to be exported sheets to be exported earlier."
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:23
msgid "Select N_one"
msgstr "Select N_one"
#. Edit > Select
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:23 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1560
+#. Note : The accelerators involving space are just for display
+#. * purposes. We actually handle this in
+#. * gnumericcanvas.c:gnm_canvas_key_mode_sheet
+#. * with the rest of the key movement and rangeselection.
+#. * Otherwise input methods would steal them
+#. A duplicate that should not go into the menus, used only for the accelerator
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:24
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1645
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1649
msgid "Select _All"
msgstr "Select _All"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:24
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:25
msgid "Select all nonempty sheets for export."
msgstr "Select all nonempty sheets for export."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:25
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:26
msgid ""
"Space\n"
"Tab\n"
@@ 6155,7 +6026,7 @@ msgstr ""
"Slash (/)\n"
"Custom"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:35
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:36
msgid ""
"Transliterate\n"
"Escape"
@@ 6163,7 +6034,7 @@ msgstr ""
"Transliterate\n"
"Escape"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:37
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:38
msgid ""
"Unix (linefeed)\n"
"Macintosh (carriage return)\n"
@@ 6173,13 +6044,13 @@ msgstr ""
"Macintosh (carriage return)\n"
"Windows (carriage return + linefeed)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:40
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:41
msgid "_Format:"
msgstr "_Format:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:41
msgid "_Line termination:"
msgstr "_Line termination:"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:42
+msgid "_Locale"
+msgstr "_Locale"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfexport.glade.h:43
msgid "_Separator:"
@@ 6213,49 +6084,53 @@ msgstr "_Widen this column"
msgid "_Narrow this column"
msgstr "_Narrow this column"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:46
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:45
#, cformat
msgid "Importing %i columns and ignoring none."
msgstr "Importing %i columns and ignoring none."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:49
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:48
#, cformat
msgid "Importing %i columns and ignoring %i."
msgstr "Importing %i columns and ignoring %i."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:157
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:441
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:183
#, cformat
msgid "A maximum of %d columns can be imported."
msgstr "A maximum of %d columns can be imported."
+msgid "A maximum of %d column can be imported."
+msgid_plural "A maximum of %d columns can be imported."
+msgstr[0] "A maximum of %d column can be imported."
+msgstr[1] "A maximum of %d columns can be imported."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:288
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:315
msgid "Ignore all columns on right"
msgstr "Ignore all columns on right"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:289
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:316
msgid "Ignore all columns on left"
msgstr "Ignore all columns on left"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:290
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:317
msgid "Import all columns on right"
msgstr "Import all columns on right"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:291
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:318
msgid "Import all columns on left"
msgstr "Import all columns on left"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:292
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:319
msgid "Copy format to right"
msgstr "Copy format to right"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:471
msgid ""
"If this checkbox is selected, the column will be imported into Gnumeric."
msgstr ""
"If this checkbox is selected, the column will be imported into Gnumeric."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:509
+#, cformat
+msgid "A maximum of %d columns can be imported."
+msgstr "A maximum of %d columns can be imported."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:628
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:539
+msgid "If this checkbox is selected, the column will be imported into Gnumeric."
+msgstr "If this checkbox is selected, the column will be imported into Gnumeric."
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfformatpage.c:693
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfpreview.h:26
#, cformat
msgid "Column %d"
@@ 6269,23 +6144,15 @@ msgstr "\""
msgid "'"
msgstr "'"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:4
msgid ""
"Actual processing will start at this line, any previous lines will be "
"ignored."
msgstr ""
"Actual processing will start at this line, any previous lines will be "
"ignored."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:3
+msgid "Actual processing will start at this line, any previous lines will be ignored."
+msgstr "Actual processing will start at this line, any previous lines will be ignored."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:4
msgid "Attempt to recognize columns in the text automatically."
msgstr "Attempt to recognise columns in the text automatically."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:6
msgid "Ban_g (!)"
msgstr "Ban_g (!)"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:5
msgid ""
"Both sides\n"
"Neither side\n"
@@ 6297,253 +6164,245 @@ msgstr ""
"On left side only\n"
"On right side only"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:9
msgid "CSV"
msgstr "CSV"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:10
+msgid "C_olon (:)"
+msgstr "C_olon (:)"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:11
msgid "C_ustom"
msgstr "C_ustom"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:13
msgid ""
"Character interpreted as quote character. If a termination or separation "
"character is encountered within quotes it will be considered part of the "
"column text."
msgstr ""
"Character interpreted as quote character. If a termination or separation "
"character is encountered within quotes it will be considered part of the "
"column text."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:12
+msgid "Character interpreted as quote character. If a termination or separation character is encountered within quotes it will be considered part of the column text."
+msgstr "Character interpreted as quote character. If a termination or separation character is encountered within quotes it will be considered part of the column text."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:14
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:13
msgid "Clear list of columns"
msgstr "Clear list of columns"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:15
msgid "Co_mma (,)"
msgstr "Co_mma (,)"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:16
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:14
msgid "Column selection"
msgstr "Column selection"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:17
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:15
msgid "Columns"
msgstr "Columns"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:18
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:16
msgid "Custom separator, this can be any character."
msgstr "Custom separator, this can be any character."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:19
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:17
msgid "Data"
msgstr "Data"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:20
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:18
msgid "Define the width of each column manually."
msgstr "Define the width of each column manually."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:21
msgid ""
"Each column in the text is separated by a 'separation' character, e.g. a "
"semicolon."
msgstr ""
"Each column in the text is separated by a 'separation' character, e.g. a "
"semicolon."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:19
+msgid "Each column in the text is separated by a 'separation' character, e.g. a semicolon."
+msgstr "Each column in the text is separated by a 'separation' character, e.g. a semicolon."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:22
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:20
msgid "Encoding:"
msgstr "Encoding:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:23
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:21
msgid "F_inish"
msgstr "F_inish"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:24
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:22
msgid "Fi_xed width"
msgstr "Fi_xed width"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:25
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:23
msgid "Fixed"
msgstr "Fixed"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:26 ../src/stfexport.c:459
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:24
+#: ../src/stfexport.c:491
msgid "Format"
msgstr "Format"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:27
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:25
msgid "Fr_om line:"
msgstr "Fr_om line:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:28
msgid "H_yphen ()"
msgstr "H_yphen ()"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:26
+msgid "Ignore any separators at the beginning of lines"
+msgstr "Ignore any separators at the beginning of lines"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:29
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:27
msgid "Line breaks:"
msgstr "Line breaks:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:30
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:28
msgid "Lines to import"
msgstr "Lines to import"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:31
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:29
msgid "Main"
msgstr "Main"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:32
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:30
msgid "Number of lines to import"
msgstr "Number of lines to import"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:33
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:31
msgid "Original data type:"
msgstr "Original data type:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:34
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:32
msgid "Overall formatting"
msgstr "Overall formatting"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:35
msgid "P_ipe ()"
msgstr "P_ipe ()"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:36
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:33
msgid "Per column formatting"
msgstr "Per column formatting"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:37
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:34
msgid "Processing ends at this line, any subsequent lines will be ignored."
msgstr "Processing ends at this line, any subsequent lines will be ignored."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:38
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:35
msgid "S_ee two separators as one"
msgstr "S_ee two separators as one"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:39
msgid "S_pace"
msgstr "S_pace"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:40
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:36
msgid "See two successive separators as one."
msgstr "See two successive separators as one."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:41
msgid ""
"See two successive text indicators as one that does not terminate the cell."
msgstr ""
"See two successive text indicators as one that does not terminate the cell."
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:37
+msgid "See two successive text indicators as one that does not terminate the cell."
+msgstr "See two successive text indicators as one that does not terminate the cell."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:42
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:38
msgid "Semicolo_n (;)"
msgstr "Semicolo_n (;)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:43
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:39
msgid "Separators"
msgstr "Separators"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:44
msgid "Slas_h (/)"
msgstr "Slas_h (/)"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:45
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:40
msgid "Source Format"
msgstr "Source Format"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:46
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:41
msgid "Source Locale:"
msgstr "Source Locale:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:47
msgid "Ta_b"
msgstr "Ta_b"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:48
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:42
msgid "Te_xt indicator: "
msgstr "Te_xt indicator: "
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:49
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:43
msgid "Text Import Configuration"
msgstr "Text Import Configuration"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:50
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:44
msgid "Text indicator"
msgstr "Text indicator"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:51
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:45
msgid "The carriage return character (ASCII code 13) breaks lines"
msgstr "The carriage return character (ASCII code 13) breaks lines"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:52
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:46
msgid "The line feed character (ASCII code 10) breaks lines"
msgstr "The line feed character (ASCII code 10) breaks lines"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:53
msgid ""
"The sequence of carriage return and line feed (ASCII codes 13 and 10) breaks "
"lines"
msgstr ""
"The sequence of carriage return and line feed (ASCII codes 13 and 10) breaks "
"lines"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:47
+msgid "The sequence of carriage return and line feed (ASCII codes 13 and 10) breaks lines"
+msgstr "The sequence of carriage return and line feed (ASCII codes 13 and 10) breaks lines"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:54
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:48
msgid "Trim:"
msgstr "Trim:"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:55
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:49
msgid "_Adjacent text indicators escaped"
msgstr "_Adjacent text indicators escaped"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:56
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:50
msgid "_Auto Column Discovery"
msgstr "_Auto Column Discovery"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:57
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:51
msgid "_Clear"
msgstr "_Clear"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:58
msgid "_Colon (:)"
msgstr "_Colon (:)"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:52
+msgid "_Comma (,)"
+msgstr "_Comma (,)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:59
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:53
+msgid "_Hyphen ()"
+msgstr "_Hyphen ()"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:54
+msgid "_Ignore initial separators"
+msgstr "_Ignore initial separators"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:55
msgid "_Macintosh (CR)"
msgstr "_Macintosh (CR)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:60
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:56
msgid "_Separated"
msgstr "_Separated"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:61
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:57
+msgid "_Space"
+msgstr "_Space"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:58
+msgid "_Tab"
+msgstr "_Tab"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:59
msgid "_To line: "
msgstr "_To line: "
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:62
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:60
msgid "_Unix (LF)"
msgstr "_Unix (LF)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:63
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:61
msgid "_Windows (CR+LF)"
msgstr "_Windows (CR+LF)"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:64
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstf.glade.h:62
msgid "`"
msgstr "`"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfmainpage.c:150
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfmainpage.c:159
#, cformat
msgid "%d of %d lines to import"
msgstr "%d of %d lines to import"
+msgid "%d of %d line to import"
+msgid_plural "%d of %d lines to import"
+msgstr[0] "%d of %d line to import"
+msgstr[1] "%d of %d lines to import"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfmainpage.c:171
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfmainpage.c:182
#, cformat
msgid "The data is not valid in encoding %s; please select another encoding."
msgstr "The data is not valid in encoding %s; please select another encoding."
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfmainpage.c:370 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1941
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfmainpage.c:383
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:2030
msgid "Line"
msgstr "Line"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfmainpage.c:395
+msgid "Text"
+msgstr "Text"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogstfmainpage.c:408
#, cformat
msgid "Data (from %s)"
msgstr "Data (from %s)"
@@ 6607,204 +6466,243 @@ msgstr "Screen %d [This screen]"
msgid "Screen %d"
msgstr "Screen %d"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:2 ../src/tools/analysistools.c:5330
#, nocformat
msgid "%"
msgstr "%"

#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:2
#, nocformat
msgid "20_0 %"
msgstr "20_0 %"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:3
msgid "Magnification"
msgstr "Magnification"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:4
msgid "Sheets"
msgstr "Sheets"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/wbcgtk.c:180
msgid "Zoom"
msgstr "Zoom"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:9
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:7
#, nocformat
msgid "_100 %"
msgstr "_100 %"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:9
#, nocformat
msgid "_25 %"
msgstr "_25 %"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:13
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:11
#, nocformat
msgid "_50 %"
msgstr "_50 %"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:15
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:13
#, nocformat
msgid "_75 %"
msgstr "_75 %"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:16
msgid "_Custom"
msgstr "_Custom"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:14
+msgid "_Custom Percentage"
+msgstr "_Custom Percentage"
#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:18
#, nocformat
msgid "_Fit Selection %"
msgstr "_Fit Selection %"
+#: ../src/dialogs/dialogzoom.glade.h:15
+msgid "_Fit Selection"
+msgstr "_Fit Selection"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:1
msgid "Advanced..."
msgstr "Advanced..."
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:2
msgid "Author: "
msgstr "Author: "
+msgid "Created:"
+msgstr "Created:"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:3
msgid "Comments: "
msgstr "Comments: "
+msgid "Group:"
+msgstr "Group:"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:4
msgid "Content: "
msgstr "Content: "
+msgid "Information"
+msgstr "Information"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:5
msgid "Created: "
msgstr "Created: "
+msgid "Last Accessed:"
+msgstr "Last Accessed:"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:6
msgid "Custom"
msgstr "Custom"
+msgid "Last Modified:"
+msgstr "Last Modified:"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:7
+msgid "Location:"
+msgstr "Location:"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:8
msgid "Document Subject: "
msgstr "Document Subject: "
+msgid "Name:"
+msgstr "Name:"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:9
msgid "Document Title: "
msgstr "Document Title: "
+msgid "Number of cells:"
+msgstr "Number of cells:"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:10
msgid "Document: "
msgstr "Document: "
+msgid "Number of pages:"
+msgstr "Number of pages:"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:11
msgid "File Information"
msgstr "File Information"
+msgid "Number of sheets:"
+msgstr "Number of sheets:"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:12
+msgid "Other:"
+msgstr "Other:"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:13
msgid "Global (Others) Permissions"
msgstr "Global (Others) Permissions"
+msgid "Owner:"
+msgstr "Owner:"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:14
msgid "Group Permissions"
msgstr "Group Permissions"
+msgid "Permissions"
+msgstr "Permissions"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:15
msgid "Group: "
msgstr "Group: "
+msgid "Read"
+msgstr "Read"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:16
msgid "Internet"
msgstr "Internet"
+msgid "Write"
+msgstr "Write"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:17
msgid "Keywords: "
msgstr "Keywords: "
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:18
msgid "Last Accessed: "
msgstr "Last Accessed: "
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:19
msgid "Last Modified: "
msgstr "Last Modified: "
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:20
msgid "Location: "
msgstr "Location: "
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:21
msgid "Name of the property"
msgstr "Name of the property"
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:22
msgid "Name: "
msgstr "Name: "
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:23
msgid "Owner Permissions"
msgstr "Owner Permissions"
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:24
msgid "Owner: "
msgstr "Owner: "
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:25
msgid "Property:"
msgstr "Property:"

#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:26
msgid "Read"
msgstr "Read"
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:28
msgid ""
"Text\n"
"Image\n"
"Hyperlink\n"
"Linkage"
msgstr ""
"Text\n"
"Image\n"
"Hyperlink\n"
"Linkage"
+msgid "Comments:"
+msgstr "Comments:"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:29
+msgid "Company:"
+msgstr "Company:"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:31
+msgid "Document Properties"
+msgstr "Document Properties"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:32
msgid "The document title (not filename)"
msgstr "The document title (not filename)"
+msgid "File"
+msgstr "File"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:33
msgid "This property's content (text)"
msgstr "This property's content (text)"
+msgid "Keywords:"
+msgstr "Keywords:"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:34
msgid "Type: "
msgstr "Type: "
+msgid "Link:"
+msgstr "Link:"
#. Set the `CPU Model'.
#. Set the `CPU Mhz'.
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:35
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:673
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:676
#: ../src/tools/solver/reportswrite.c:689
msgid "Unknown"
msgstr "Unknown"
+msgid "Manager:"
+msgstr "Manager:"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:36
msgid "Untitled"
msgstr "Untitled"
+msgid "Name: "
+msgstr "Name: "
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:37
msgid "Write"
msgstr "Write"
+msgid "Properties"
+msgstr "Properties"
#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:38
msgid "eXecute"
msgstr "eXecute"
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:39
+msgid "Subject:"
+msgstr "Subject:"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:40
+msgid "The document author"
+msgstr "The document author"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:41
+msgid "The document category"
+msgstr "The document category"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:42
+msgid "The document comments"
+msgstr "The document comments"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:43
+msgid "The document company"
+msgstr "The document company"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:44
+msgid "The document keywords"
+msgstr "The document keywords"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:45
+msgid "The document manager"
+msgstr "The document manager"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:46
+msgid "The document subject"
+msgstr "The document subject"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:47
+msgid "The document title (not filename)"
+msgstr "The document title (not filename)"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:48
+msgid "This property's content (text)"
+msgstr "This property's content (text)"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:49
+msgid "Title:"
+msgstr "Title:"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/docmetadata.glade.h:50
+msgid "Value: "
+msgstr "Value: "
#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:2
msgid "0.2"
msgstr "0.2"
#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:3 ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3864
#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3867
+#: ../src/dialogs/expsmoothing.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3655
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3658
msgid "Exponential Smoothing"
msgstr "Exponential Smoothing"
@@ 6825,7 +6723,8 @@ msgstr "D_ay"
msgid "Date unit:"
msgstr "Date unit:"
#: ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:4 ../src/tools/fillseries.c:405
+#: ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:4
+#: ../src/tools/fillseries.c:405
#: ../src/tools/fillseries.c:408
msgid "Fill Series"
msgstr "Fill Series"
@@ 6850,7 +6749,8 @@ msgstr "St_op value:"
msgid "Type:"
msgstr "Type:"
#: ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:12 ../src/dialogs/pivottable.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/dialogs/pivottable.glade.h:7
msgid "_Column"
msgstr "_Column"
@@ 6870,8 +6770,9 @@ msgstr "_Linear"
msgid "_Month"
msgstr "_Month"
#: ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:17 ../src/dialogs/pivottable.glade.h:13
#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1442
+#: ../src/dialogs/fillseries.glade.h:17
+#: ../src/dialogs/pivottable.glade.h:13
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1498
msgid "_Row"
msgstr "_Row"
@@ 6900,10 +6801,15 @@ msgid "Size:"
msgstr "Size:"
#: ../src/dialogs/formulaguru.glade.h:1
+msgid "Enter as array function"
+msgstr "Enter as array function"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/formulaguru.glade.h:2
msgid "Formula Guru"
msgstr "Formula Guru"
#: ../src/dialogs/fourieranalysis.glade.h:1 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1831
+#: ../src/dialogs/fourieranalysis.glade.h:1
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1921
msgid "Fourier Analysis"
msgstr "Fourier Analysis"
@@ 6915,7 +6821,8 @@ msgstr "_Inverse"
msgid "Category"
msgstr "Category"
#: ../src/dialogs/functionselect.glade.h:3 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1905
+#: ../src/dialogs/functionselect.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1994
msgid "Function"
msgstr "Function"
@@ 6927,8 +6834,9 @@ msgstr "Function Selector"
msgid "Select a function to insert:"
msgstr "Select a function to insert:"
#: ../src/dialogs/functionselect.glade.h:6 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1437
#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1600
+#: ../src/dialogs/functionselect.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1493
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1690
msgid "_Insert"
msgstr "_Insert"
@@ 7008,8 +6916,9 @@ msgstr "Bin _range:"
msgid "C_umulative percentages"
msgstr "C_umulative percentages"
#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:6 ../src/tools/analysistools.c:5431
#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:5434
+#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:5197
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:5200
msgid "Histogram"
msgstr "Histogram"
@@ 7021,7 +6930,8 @@ msgstr "M_in:"
msgid "Ma_x:"
msgstr "Ma_x:"
#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:10 ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:10
+#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:5
#: ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:5
msgid "O_ptions"
msgstr "O_ptions"
@@ 7042,8 +6952,10 @@ msgstr "_Calculated bins"
msgid "_Chart output"
msgstr "_Chart output"
#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:17 ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:14
#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:10 ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:17
+#: ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:14
+#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:10
+#: ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:12
msgid "_Input"
msgstr "_Input"
@@ 7051,8 +6963,10 @@ msgstr "_Input"
msgid "_N:"
msgstr "_N:"
#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:20 ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:17
#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:12 ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:15
+#: ../src/dialogs/histogram.glade.h:20
+#: ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:17
+#: ../src/dialogs/regression.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/dialogs/sampling.glade.h:15
msgid "_Output"
msgstr "_Output"
@@ 7124,7 +7038,8 @@ msgstr "_Insert column(s)"
msgid "_Shift cells right"
msgstr "_Shift cells right"
#: ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:3 ../src/dialogs/variancetests.glade.h:2
+#: ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:3
+#: ../src/dialogs/variancetests.glade.h:2
msgid "0.05"
msgstr "0.05"
@@ 7148,7 +7063,8 @@ msgstr "Testing the Difference of 2 Means"
msgid "Variable _1 population variance:"
msgstr "Variable _1 population variance:"
#: ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:9 ../src/dialogs/variancetests.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/meantests.glade.h:9
+#: ../src/dialogs/variancetests.glade.h:7
msgid "Variable _1 range:"
msgstr "Variable _1 range:"
@@ 7217,8 +7133,9 @@ msgstr "3"
msgid "C_olumns"
msgstr "C_olumns"
#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:6 ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3731
#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3734
+#: ../src/dialogs/movingaverages.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3522
+#: ../src/tools/analysistools.c:3525
msgid "Moving Average"
msgstr "Moving Average"
@@ 7254,7 +7171,8 @@ msgstr "Subtotal By"
msgid "_Add:"
msgstr "_Add:"
#: ../src/dialogs/pivottable.glade.h:8 ../src/wbcgactions.c:1450
+#: ../src/dialogs/pivottable.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1506
msgid "_Data"
msgstr "_Data"
@@ 7270,6 +7188,11 @@ msgstr "_Format"
msgid "_Page"
msgstr "_Page"
+#: ../src/dialogs/pivottable.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/wbcgactions.c:1703
+msgid "_Remove"
+msgstr "_Remove"
+
#: ../src/dialogs/pivottable.glade.h:14
msgid "_Up"
msgstr "_Up"
@@ 7303,14 +7226,8 @@ msgid "Plugin directory:"
msgstr "Plugin directory:"
#: ../src/dialogs/pluginmanager.glade.h:9
msgid ""
"The plugin cannot be deactivated now because it is in use. However, if you "
"use the check button below, the plugin won't be activated after restarting "
"Gnumeric (unless needed by another plugin)."
msgstr ""
"The plugin cannot be deactivated now because it is in use. However, if you "
"use the check button below, the plugin won't be activated after restarting "
"Gnumeric (unless needed by another plugin)."
+msgid "The plugin cannot be deactivated now because it is in use. However, if you use the check button below, the plugin won't be activated after restarting Gnumeric (unless needed by another plugin)."
+msgstr "The plugin cannot be deactivated now because it is in use. However, if you use the check button below, the plugin won't be activated after restarting Gnumeric (unless needed by another plugin)."
#: ../src/dialogs/pluginmanager.glade.h:10
msgid "_Activate All"
@@ 7334,126 +7251,134 @@ msgid "Center on Page"
msgstr "Centre on Page"
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:4
+msgid "Content"
+msgstr "Content"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:5
+msgid "Layout"
+msgstr "Layout"
+
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:6
msgid "Page Order"
msgstr "Page Order"
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:5
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:7
msgid "Print"
msgstr "Print"
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:6
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:8
msgid "Scale"
msgstr "Scale"
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:7
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:9
msgid "Titles To Print"
msgstr "Titles To Print"
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:8
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:10
msgid "Apply _to:"
msgstr "Apply _to:"
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:9
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:11
msgid "Apply to _all sheets of this workbook."
msgstr "Apply to _all sheets of this workbook."
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:10
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:12
msgid "Co_mments:"
msgstr "Co_mments:"
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:11
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:13
msgid "Fi_rst page number:"
msgstr "Fi_rst page number:"
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:12
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:14
msgid "He_ader:"
msgstr "He_ader:"
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:13
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:15
msgid "Headers and Footers"
msgstr "Headers and Footers"
#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:15
+#: ../src/dialogs/print.glade.h:17
msgid "Page"
msgstr "P