# Documentation/Calc Functions/SUM.FLERE.HVIS

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## Funktionsnavn:

SUM.FLERE.HVIS

Matematisk

## Resume:

Returnerer summen af cellernes værdi i et område, der opfylder flere kriterier i flere områder.

The criteria passed to SUM.FLERE.HVIS can utilize wildcards or regular expressions.

## Syntaks:

SUM.FLERE.HVIS(SumRange; Range 1; Criterion 1[; Range 2; Criterion 2[; … [; Range 127; Criterion 127]]])

## Returnerer:

Returnerer et reelt tal, som er summen af de områder, der opfylder deres tilsvarende kriterier.

## Argumenter:

### SumRange argument

Sum-område (obligatorisk) Det er et celleområde, navnet på en navngivet område eller etiketten på en kolonne eller række, der indeholder værdier til beregning af summen.

• A reference to a cell range (for example, A1:A25), which may not utilize the reference concatenation operator (~).
• The name of a named range.
• The name of a database range.

### Range arguments

Range 1 specifies the set of cells to be matched against Criterion 1 and takes one of the forms listed for SumRange. Range 1 should have the same dimensions as SumRange.

Range 2, ..., Range 127 have the same meaning as Range 1.

### Criterion arguments

Criterium 1 (obligatorisk) Et strengudtryk, der repræsenterer en logisk betingelse, eller en cellereference til et sådant udtryk. Udtrykket kan indeholde tekst, tal, regulære udtryk eller jokertegn (hvis det er aktiveret under beregningsindstillinger).

• A number, such as 34.5. Dates and logical values (SAND or FALSK) are treated as numbers.
• An expression, such as 2/3, KVROD($D$1), or DATO(2021; 11; 1).
• A text string, such as "golf" or "<>10".

SUM.FLERE.HVIS looks for cells in Range 1 that are equal to Criterion 1, unless Criterion 1 is a text string that starts with a comparator (>, <, >=, <=, =, or <>). In the latter case SUM.FLERE.HVIS compares the cells in Range 1 with the remainder of the text string (interpreted as a number if possible and text otherwise). For example, the condition ">4.5" tests if the content of each cell is greater than the number 4.5, the condition "<dog" tests if the content of each cell comes alphabetically before the text "dog", and the condition "<>2021-11-01" tests if the content of each cell is not equal to the specified date.

Criterion 1 supports the following specific behaviors:

• The string "=" matches empty cells. For example the formula =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(A1:A10; B1:B10; "=") returns the sum of all values in the range A1:A10 if all cells in the range B1:B10 are empty. Note that "=0" does not match empty cells.
• The string "<>" matches non-empty cells. For example the formula =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(A1:A10; C1:C10; "<>") returns the sum of all values in the range A1:A10 if there are no empty cells in the range C1:C10.
• If the value after the <> comparator is not empty, then Criterion 1 matches any cell content except that value, including empty cells.

Criterion 2, ..., Criterion 127 have the same meaning as Criterion 1.

### Error conditions

• Område 2 (Valgfri) Område 2 og alle de følgende betyder det samme som Område 1.
• Kriterium 2 (valgfri) Kriterium 2 og alle følgende betyder det samme som Kriterium 1.
• * Sum-område og område 1, område 2... skal have den samme størrelse, eller returnerer funktionen en værdifejl.
• Funktionen kan have op til 255 argumenter, hvilket betyder, at du kan specificere 127 kriterieområder og deres kriterier.

## Yderligere oplysninger:

### Details specific to SUM.FLERE.HVIS function

• * Søgningen understøtter jokertegn eller regulære udtryk. Når regulære udtryk er aktiveret, kan du for eksempel indtaste "alle.*", for at finde den første forekomst af "alle" fulgt af vilkårlige tegn. Hvis du vil søge efter en tekst, der også er et regulært udtryk, skal du enten sætte tegnet "\" foran hvert tegn eller indramme teksten med \Q...\E.

Du kan slå den automatiske evaluering af jokertegn eller regulære udtryk til og fra under Funktioner > Indstillinger > LibreOffice Calc > Beregn.

• * Under brug af funktioner, hvor et eller flere argumenter er søgekriteriestrenge, der repræsenterer et regulært udtryk, er det første forsøg at konvertere kriteriestrengene til tal. ".0" bliver fx konverteret til 0.0 osv. Hvis det lykkes, bliver matchet ikke et match med et regulært udtryk, men et numerisk match. Et skift til en lokalisering, hvor decimalskilletegnet ikke er punktum, får konverteringen til regulært udtryk til at virke. Til at gennemtvinge evalueringen af det regulære udtryk i stedet for et numerisk udtryk bruger du et udtryk, der ikke fejllæses som numerisk som fx ".[0]", ".\0" eller "(?i).0".
1. * Den logiske relation mellem kriterierne kan defineres som et logisk OG (konjunktion). Med andre ord: hvis og kun hvis alle givne kriterier opfyldes, tages en værdi fra den tilsvarende celle af den givne Sum-område til beregningen.
2. If the checkbox is ticked for Enable wildcards in formulas, the condition will match using wildcards - so for example "b?g" will match "bag", "beg", "big", "bog", and "bug".
3. If the checkbox is ticked for Enable regular expressions in formulas, the condition will match using regular expressions - so for example "r.d" will match "red", "rid", and "rod", while "red.*" will match "red", "redraw", and "redden".
4. The setting of the Case sensitive checkbox has no impact on the operation of SUM.FLERE.HVIS.

### General information about Calc's regular expressions

 Bemærk: For convenience, the information in this subsection is repeated on all pages describing functions that manipulate regular expressions.
• A regular expression is a string of characters defining a pattern of text that is to be matched. More detailed, general background information can be found on Wikipedia’s Regular expression page.
• Regular expressions are widely used in many domains and there are multiple regular expression processors available. Calc utilises the open source Regular Expressions package from the International Components for Unicode (ICU), see their Regular Expressions documentation for further details, including a full definition of the syntax for ICU Regular Expressions.
• In addition, the LibreOffice Help system provides a high-level list of regular expressions.
• Calc’s regular expression engine supports numbered capture groups, which allow sub-ranges within a match to be identified and used within replacement text. Parentheses are used to group components of a regular expression together and create a numbered capture group. To insert a capture group into a replacement text, use the "$n" form, where n is the number of the capture group. ### General information about Calc's wildcards Wildcards are special characters that can be used in search strings passed as arguments to some Calc functions; they can also be used to define search criteria in the Find & Replace dialog. The use of wildcards enables the definition of more advanced search parameters with a single search string. Calc supports either wildcards or regular expressions as arguments depending on the current application settings. By default, wildcards are supported instead of regular expressions. To make sure wildcards are supported, go to Tools ▸ Options ▸ LibreOffice Calc ▸ Calculate and check if the option Enable wildcards in formulas is selected. Note that you can use this dialog to switch to regular expressions by choosing Enable regular expressions in formulas or choose to support neither wildcards nor regular expressions. The following table identifies the wildcards that Calc supports. Calc wildcards Wildcard Description ? (question mark) Matches any single character. For example, the search string "b?g" matches "bag" and "beg" but will not match "boog" or "mug". Note that it will not match "bg" as well, since "?" must match exactly one character. The "?" wildcard does not correspond to a zero-character match. * (asterisk) Matches any sequence of characters, including an empty string. For example, the search string "*cast" will match "cast", "forecast", and “outcast”, but will not match "forecaster" using default Calc settings. If the option Search criteria = and <> must apply to whole cells is disabled in Tools > Options > LibreOffice Calc > Calculate, then "forecaster" will be a match using the "*cast" search string. ~ (tilde) Escapes the special meaning of a question mark, asterisk, or tilde character that follows immediately after the tilde character. For example, the search string "why~?" matches "why?" but will not match "whys" nor "why~s". Wildcard comparisons are not case sensitive, hence "A?" will match both "A1" and "a1". These wildcards are supported in both Calc and Microsoft Excel. Therefore, if interoperability between the two applications is needed, choose to work with wildcards instead of regular expressions. Conversely, if interoperability is not necessary, consider using regular expressions for more powerful search capabilities. ## Eksempler: ### Stationery sales examples Betragt denne tabel A B C 1 Produktnavn Salg Indtægt 2 pencil 20 65 3 pen 35 85 4 notebook 20 190 5 bog 17 180 6 penalhus nej nej A B C 1 Product Sales Revenue 2 Pencil 20$65
3 Pen 35 $85 4 Notebook 20$190
5 Book 17 $180 6 Pencil case N/A N/A I alle eksempler herunder indeholder beregningområderne række 6, som ignoreres, fordi den indeholder tekst. Formel Beskrivelse Returnerer =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(B2:B6; B2:B6; ">=20") Here the function sums the numeric Sales data that are greater than or equal to 20. 75 =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(C2:C6; B2:B6; ">=20"; C2:C6; ">70") Here the function locates entries greater than or equal to 20 in the Sales data that also have a value greater than$70 in the Revenue data, and sums the corresponding numeric entries in the Revenue data. $275 =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(C2:C6; B2:B6; ">"&MIN(B2:B6); B2:B6; "<"&MAKS(B2:B6)) Here the function calculates the sum of the numeric entries in the Revenue data that correspond to all values in the Sales data except the minimum and maximum.$255
=SUM.FLERE.HVIS(C2:C6; A2:A6; "pen.*"; B2:B6; "<"&MAKS(B2:B6)) This example will only work as described here if regular expressions are enabled. Here the function locates entries in the Product data that begin with the characters "pen" and have a value in the Sales data that is not the maximum, and sums the corresponding numeric entries in the Revenue data. $65 =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(C2:C6; A2:A6; E2&".*"; B2:B6; "<"&MAKS(B2:B6)) where cell E2 contains the string "pen" (entered without typing the double quotes). This example will only work as described here if regular expressions are enabled. If you need to change a criterion easily, you may want to specify it in a separate cell and use a reference to this cell in the condition of the SUM.FLERE.HVIS function. Here the link to the cell is substituted with its content, giving the same result as the previous example.$65

### Sporting equipment sales examples

The examples in this subsection are based on a small database of sales data for sports equipment, with the data organized as in the following table.

A B C D E
1 Date Sales Value Category Region Employee
2 2021-10-02 $1,508 Golf East Hans 3 2021-10-02$410 Tennis North Kurt
4 2021-10-02 $2,340 Sailing South Ute 5 2021-10-03$4,872 Tennis East Brigitte
6 2021-10-06 $3,821 Tennis South Fritz 7 2021-10-06$2,623 Tennis East Fritz
8 2021-10-07 $3,739 Golf South Fritz 9 2021-10-08$4,195 Golf West Ute
10 2021-10-10 $2,023 Golf East Hans Formel Beskrivelse Returnerer =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(B2:B10; B2:B10; ">=4000") Here the function sums the numeric entries in the Sales Value data that are greater than or equal to$4,000. This formula is equivalent to both =SUM.HVIS(B2:B10; ">=4000") and =SUM.HVIS(B2:B10; ">=4000"; B2:B10). $9,067 =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(B2:B10; E2:E10; "ute") Here the function locates the entries for Ute in the Employee data and sums the corresponding numeric entries in the Sales Value data. This formula is equivalent to =SUM.HVIS(E2:E10; "ute"; B2:B10) and this re-ordering of arguments highlights a key difference between the two functions - SumRange is the third argument for SUM.HVIS and the first argument for SUM.FLERE.HVIS.$6,535
=SUM.FLERE.HVIS(B2:B10; CategoryData; "golf") where the named range CategoryData has been created to cover the cell range C2:C10. Here the function locates the entries for Golf in the Category data and sums the corresponding numeric entries in the SUM.FLERE.HVISSales Value data. $11,465 =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(B2:B10; D2:D10; F1; E2:E10; F2) where cells F1 and F2 contain the text strings ">=south" and "ute" respectively (both entered without typing the double quotes). Here the function locates the entries for South and West in the Region data that also have Ute in the Employee data, and sums the corresponding numeric entries in the Sales Value data.$6,535
=SUM.FLERE.HVIS(B2:B10; A2:A10; DATO(2021; 10; 2); C2:C10; "tennis") Here the function locates the entries for 2021-10-02 in the Date column that also have Tennis in the Category data, and sums the corresponding numeric entries in the Sales Value data. $410 =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(B2:B10; A2:A10; ">="&DATO(2021; 10; 6); E2:E10; "<>"&E8) Here the function locates the entries dated on or after 2021-10-06 in the Date column that do not have Fritz in the Employee data, and sums the corresponding numeric entries in the Sales Value data.$6,218
=SUM.FLERE.HVIS(B2:B10; C2:C10; "tennis"; D2:D10; "east"; E2:E10; "fritz") Here the function locates the entries that have Tennis in the Category data, East in the Region data and Fritz in the Employee data. It sums the corresponding numeric entries in the Sales Value data. $2,623 =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(B2:B10; D2:D10; "????"; E2:E10; "*e") This example will only work as described here if wildcards are enabled. Here the function locates the four-character entries in the Region data (East and West) that also have an entry in the Employee data that ends with the letter "e" or "E" (Brigitte and Ute). It sums the corresponding numeric entries in the Sales Value data.$9,067
=SUM.FLERE.HVIS(B2:B10; C2:C10; "^t.*"; D2:D10; ".*h") This example will only work as described here if regular expressions are enabled. Here the function locates the entries for Tennis in the Category data that start with the letter "t" or "T" (Tennis) that also have an entry in the Region data that ends with the letter "h" or "H" (North and South). It sums the corresponding numeric entries in the Sales Value data. $4,231 =SUM.FLERE.HVIS(B2:B10; E2:E10; "(?-i)ute") This example will only work as described here if regular expressions are enabled. The "(?-i)" mode modifier within the regular expression changes to a case-sensitive match and so no entries are found in the Employee data. Contrast this with the second example in this table.$0