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> I'd be inclined to implement this inspection by flagging bitness-specific code *that isn't conditionally compiled*, however doing that would be particularly difficult because parse trees only include the "live" code (for very valid reasons), so flagging *all* bitness-specific code seems a fair compromise.

The inspection should be flagging:
- Any use of the `LongLong` integer data type (fix to `Double`?), only available in 64-bit hosts
- Any .ocx ActiveX controls in use (right?), only av
 
 
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> > ...flagging _all_ bitness-specific code seems a fair compromise.

I agree with the compromise. And then if there is some sort of meta-AST pattern-based enhancement that can elevate this later to capture the conditional compilation, it can be changed then.

Is there anything else like `LongLong` for 64bit? And while it probably ought to be a separate inspection, what about VBA between versions of Office itself? Again, I am only 3 months old in deep diving the VBA software engineering expe
> > ...flagging _all_ bitness-specific code seems a fair compromise.

I agree with the compromise. And then if there is some sort of meta-AST pattern-based enhancement that can elevate this later to capture the conditional compilation, it can be changed then.

Is there anything else like `LongLong` for 64bit? And while it probably ought to be a separate inspection, what about VBA between versions of Office itself? Again, I am only 3 months old in deep diving the VBA software engineering expe
 
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> > Is there a well-known library that enables dealing with integer bit sizes greater than 32 which works in VBA 32bit?

I just found this one based on `String` as opposed to an object internally using an `Array` of `Long`. My intuition says using `String` would be at least an order of magnitude slower than using an `Array` of `Long`. Any thoughts on this would be appreciated.
https://cosxoverx.livejournal.com/47220.html
 
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> @jim-oflaherty-jr-qalocate-com You can save a spreadsheet in compatibility mode to target any version of excel and flag potential formulae incompatabilities (as well as other things like Tables or formatting that is not compatible). Search Excel functions (alphabetical) for an up-t
 
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> @jim-oflaherty-jr-qalocate-com You can save a spreadsheet in compatibility mode to target any version of excel and flag potential formulae incompatibilities (as well as other things like Tables or formatting that is not compatible). Search Excel functions (alphabetical) for an up-t
 
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> > You can save a spreadsheet in compatibility mode to target any version of excel and flag potential formulae incompatibilities (as well as other things like Tables or formatting that is not compatible)

I didn't follow your guidance. In the "Save As" dialog, I found only two file types of ".xls". Am I looking in the wrong place? And I didn't see how to distinguish between 32bit and 64bit, either. My gut is that there is some internalized tribal knowledge where your experience has encoded th
 
 
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Greetings
Is anyone familiar with, linear algebra and matrix transformation
 
yes ... however this room is for discussions around VBA, the VBE, C#, etc...
Have you tried math.stackexchange.com?
 
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@SamyakMarathe Are you doing your implementation in VBA? What is the host application?
 
 
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