Enum FormulaError

    • Enum Constant Detail

      • NULL

        public static final FormulaError NULL
        Intended to indicate when two areas are required to intersect, but do not.

        Example: In the case of SUM(B1 C1), the space between B1 and C1 is treated as the binary intersection operator, when a comma was intended. end example]

      • DIV0

        public static final FormulaError DIV0
        Intended to indicate when any number, including zero, is divided by zero. Note: However, any error code divided by zero results in that error code.
      • VALUE

        public static final FormulaError VALUE
        Intended to indicate when an incompatible type argument is passed to a function, or an incompatible type operand is used with an operator.

        Example: In the case of a function argument, text was expected, but a number was provided

      • REF

        public static final FormulaError REF
        Intended to indicate when a cell reference is invalid.

        Example: If a formula contains a reference to a cell, and then the row or column containing that cell is deleted, a #REF! error results. If a worksheet does not support 20,001 columns, OFFSET(A1,0,20000) will result in a #REF! error.

      • NAME

        public static final FormulaError NAME
        Intended to indicate when what looks like a name is used, but no such name has been defined.

        Example: XYZ/3, where XYZ is not a defined name. Total is & A10, where neither Total nor is is a defined name. Presumably, "Total is " & A10 was intended. SUM(A1C10), where the range A1:C10 was intended.

      • NUM

        public static final FormulaError NUM
        Intended to indicate when an argument to a function has a compatible type, but has a value that is outside the domain over which that function is defined. (This is known as a domain error.)

        Example: Certain calls to ASIN, ATANH, FACT, and SQRT might result in domain errors.

        Intended to indicate that the result of a function cannot be represented in a value of the specified type, typically due to extreme magnitude. (This is known as a range error.)

        Example: FACT(1000) might result in a range error.

      • NA

        public static final FormulaError NA
        Intended to indicate when a designated value is not available.

        Example: Some functions, such as SUMX2MY2, perform a series of operations on corresponding elements in two arrays. If those arrays do not have the same number of elements, then for some elements in the longer array, there are no corresponding elements in the shorter one; that is, one or more values in the shorter array are not available.

        This error value can be produced by calling the function NA

        public static final FormulaError CIRCULAR_REF
        POI specific code to indicate that there is a circular reference in the formula

        public static final FormulaError FUNCTION_NOT_IMPLEMENTED
        POI specific code to indicate that the funcition required is not implemented in POI
    • Method Detail

      • values

        public static FormulaError[] values()
        Returns an array containing the constants of this enum type, in the order they are declared. This method may be used to iterate over the constants as follows:
        for (FormulaError c : FormulaError.values())
        an array containing the constants of this enum type, in the order they are declared
      • valueOf

        public static FormulaError valueOf​(String name)
        Returns the enum constant of this type with the specified name. The string must match exactly an identifier used to declare an enum constant in this type. (Extraneous whitespace characters are not permitted.)
        name - the name of the enum constant to be returned.
        the enum constant with the specified name
        IllegalArgumentException - if this enum type has no constant with the specified name
        NullPointerException - if the argument is null
      • getCode

        public byte getCode()
        numeric code of the error
      • getLongCode

        public int getLongCode()
        long (internal) numeric code of the error
      • getString

        public String getString()
        string representation of the error
      • isValidCode

        public static boolean isValidCode​(int errorCode)