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Substract highest or lowest number from a batch of numbers

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BlackPhoenix

Like the title says, I need to substract the lowest number from a batch of numbers like this: 30000,32000,23444,23522,26666

well this would be no problem if i would know the numbers, but i don't, those 5 are random, and in my case I need to substract the number out of 12.

I've searched the forum but couldn't find anything like this. I hope its clear to you

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Melba23

BlackPhoenix,

Put the numbers into an array, then use _ArraySort - and _ArrayDelete if you want to get rid of the number at that point.

M23


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ArrayMultiColSort ---- Sort arrays on multiple columns
ChooseFileFolder ---- Single and multiple selections from specified path treeview listing
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BlackPhoenix

BlackPhoenix,

Put the numbers into an array, then use _ArraySort - and _ArrayDelete if you want to get rid of the number at that point.

M23

Ok i'll try that later on, first need to extract the numbers from a website xD

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