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SEARCH - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

SEARCH

Returns the position at which a string is first found within text, ignoring case.

Sample Usage

SEARCH("n",A2)

SEARCH("wood","How much wood can a woodchuck chuck",14)

Syntax

SEARCH(search_for, text_to_search, [starting_at])

  • search_for - The string to look for within text_to_search.

  • text_to_search - The text to search for the first occurrence of search_for.

  • starting_at - [ OPTIONAL - 1 by default ] - The character within text_to_search at which to start the search.

Notes

  • SEARCH is not case-sensitive, meaning that uppercase and lowercase letters do not matter. For example, "abc" will match "ABC". To compare text where case matters, use the FIND function.
  • Ensure that search_for and text_to_search are not supplied in reverse order, or the #VALUE! error will likely be returned. The arguments are supplied in a different order than other text functions such as SPLIT and SUBSTITUTE.
  • It's recommended to use a function such as IFERROR to check for cases when there aren't matches to the search.

See Also

SUBSTITUTE: Replaces existing text with new text in a string.

SPLIT: Divides text around a specified character or string, and puts each fragment into a separate cell in the row.

FIND: Returns the position at which a string is first found within text, case-sensitive.

IFERROR: Returns the first argument if it is not an error value, otherwise returns the second argument if present, or a blank if the second argument is absent.

Examples

ROMAN - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

ROMAN

Formats a number in Roman numerals.

Sample Usage

ROMAN(499,0)

ROMAN(A2)

Syntax

ROMAN(number, [rule_relaxation])

  • number - The number to format, between 1 and 3999, inclusive.

  • rule_relaxation - [ OPTIONAL - 0 by default ] - The degree to which traditional syntax rules may be relaxed, between 0 and 4 inclusive.

    • 0 indicates strict precedence rules, where I may only precede V and X, V may only precede X, X may only precede L and C, L may only precede C, and C may only precede D and M. Therefore ROMAN(499,0) is CDXCIX.

    • 1 indicates a relaxation where V may precede L and C and L may precede D and M. Therefore ROMAN(499,1) is LDVLIV.

    • 2 indicates a further relaxation where I may precede L and C, and X may precede D and M. Therefore ROMAN(499,2) is XDIX.

    • 3 indicates a further relaxation where V may precede D and M. Therefore ROMAN(499,3) is VDIV.

    • 4 indicates a further relaxation where I may precede D and M. Therefore ROMAN(499,4) is ID.

See Also

ARABIC: Computes the value of a Roman numeral.

Examples

About Path to Apple Card - Apple Support

About Path to Apple Card

Learn about the Path to Apple Card program, and see what's involved to complete your personalized steps and reapply for Apple Card.

About the program

The Path to Apple Card program provides customized steps to help you get approved for Apple Card in the future. These steps are designed to improve your financial health by improving your access to credit.

If your Apple Card application was declined, you might receive an opportunity to enroll in Path to Apple Card if Goldman Sachs determines that you could meet the requirements for approval after you complete the steps in your program. The program provides customized steps to help you get approved for Apple Card in the future. If you successfully complete the program, you will receive an invitation to reapply for Apple Card that's good for 14 days.1

The monthly credit review required for the program doesn't negatively impact your credit score.

How to finish your personalized steps

If your Apple Card application was declined and you received an invitation to enroll in Path to Apple Card, you will be asked to complete personalized steps like the ones below. These are designed to improve your financial health by improving your access to credit.

Make all of your required payments on time

To complete this step, regularly make on-time payments on your loans and lines of credit to keep your accounts in good standing. This excludes medical debt. It also excludes any payment where you've agreed with the lender to suspend all payments for a period of time due to hardship. Your required payments must be reported as paid on your credit report until the date that you complete the program.

To help ensure that you make all of your required payments on time, you can set up autopay. When you don't make timely minimum payments on credit cards or loans, it can be reported as a negative event to credit bureaus. This puts your account in delinquency and lowers your credit rating.

If you're a few days late on a required payment, contact your lender immediately to see if making a payment will avoid past due or late credit reporting to the credit bureaus.

Lower your credit card and personal loan debt

To complete this step, pay any unpaid balances on credit cards, personal loans, or installment loans. If your credit report shows that your debt is at or below your personalized goal when you complete your program, this step is satisfied. This step excludes accounts that are secured by an asset, like a car, home, or cash deposit, but includes secured credit card accounts. It also excludes medical and student loan debt. Depending on your circumstances, you might want to pay down debt with high interest rates or fees first.

Potential lenders consider your total credit card and personal debt compared to your annual income or other available assets. This can help determine your ability to take on more debt and still make required monthly payments. When you lower your total credit and unsecured debt, it gives credit lenders a sense of your ability to make minimum payments. This can help you to meet the approval requirements for additional credit.

Resolve your past-due balances

To complete this step, pay any loans or lines of credit that are past due as quickly as possible. This includes car loans, student loans, and mortgages.

The more past due an account is, the greater the negative impact it can have on your credit report and credit score. If you have an account that's 30 days past due, prevent it from going 60 days past due. If you have an account that's 60 days past due, prevent it from going 90 days past due.

For balances that were reported as charged off before you began the Path to Apple Card program, you have until the end of the program completion date to address it. You can either pay it off or talk with your lender about options for addressing past due balances on your credit report.

Avoid events that could negatively affect your credit profile

If you incur any of these negative credit events, your participation in Path to Apple Card will end:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Foreclosure
  • A new charge-off2
  • An account that goes to collections
  • Repossession of a vehicle or other secured property

Reapply for Apple Card when you get an invitation

When you successfully complete the program, you will be invited to reapply for Apple Card.

If your monthly payment obligations increase or your income decreases during the program, it may impact whether your application is approved.

If you don't reapply within 14 days of receiving your invite, Goldman Sachs may evaluate your application using the standard criteria instead of the Path to Apple Card program requirements. This could also impact whether your application is approved.

Reasons your Path to Apple Card program might end

  • If you reapply for Apple Card and are approved

If you think your Apple ID has been compromised, learn what to do.

If you want to opt out

Path to Apple Card is an optional program. To opt out, tap the link in your latest Path to Apple Card email to chat with an Apple Card Specialist.

 

  1. You can reapply for Apple Card at any time, including during your program, if you don't successfully complete your program, or after you opt out. In some instances, this might end your program early.
  2. A charge-off occurs when a creditor closes the borrower's account after trying and failing to receive payment on debt over a period of time. A charge-off can stay on your credit report for years and make it difficult for you to access credit in the future.
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TRIM function - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

TRIM function

Removes leading, trailing, and repeated spaces in text.

Sample Usage

TRIM(" lorem ipsum")

TRIM(A2)

Syntax

TRIM(text)

  • text - The string or reference to a cell containing a string to be trimmed.

Notes

  • Google Sheets trims text input into cells by default.

  • It is important to use TRIM when text is used in formulas or data validation because spaces in front of or after the text are significant.

  • TRIM removes all spaces in a text string, leaving just a single space between words.

  • Whitespace or non-breaking space will not be trimmed.

See Also

SUBSTITUTE: Replaces existing text with new text in a string.

REPLACE: Replaces part of a text string with a different text string.

Examples

About limits when using Apple Pay in stores - Apple Support

About limits when using Apple Pay in stores

In some countries and regions, if your transaction exceeds a certain amount when paying in stores with Apple Pay, you might need to enter your PIN. In some cases, you might need to sign a receipt or use a different payment method.

Merchants and card issuers set limits for some transactions. Here are the transaction limits for contactless payments in stores, including Apple Pay:

Africa

  

South Africa
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 500 ZAR.

 

Asia-Pacific

  

Australia
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 200 AUD.

 

China mainland
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases.

 

Hong Kong
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 500 HKD.

 

Japan
At some stores, you might not be able to use Apple Pay or you might need to enter your PIN. At other stores, you might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 20,000 Yen.

 

Kazakhstan
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 25000 KZT (Visa) or 20000 KZT (Mastercard).

Macao
You might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN for purchases.

 

New Zealand
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 200 NZD.

 

Singapore
You might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN. At some stores, you might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 200 SGD.

 

Taiwan
You might need to provide a signature for purchases over 1000 NTD.

Europe

   

Austria
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 25 EUR.

 

Belarus
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 120 BYN (Visa) or 100 BYN (Mastercard).

 

Bulgaria
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 100 BGN.

 

Croatia
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over HRK100.

 

Cyprus
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 50 EUR.

 

Czech Republic
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 500CZK.

 

Denmark
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 350 DKK.

 

Estonia
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 50 EUR.

 

Finland
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 50 EUR.

 

France
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 50 EUR.

 

Georgia
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 160 GEL (Visa) or 100 GEL (Mastercard).

 

Germany
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 25 EUR (Visa) or 50 EUR (Mastercard).

 

Greece
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 50 EUR.

 

Hungary
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 15000 HUF.

 

Iceland
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 7500 ISK.

 

Ireland
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 50 EUR.

 

Italy
You might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN for purchases over 25 EUR.

 

Latvia
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 50 EUR.

 

Liechtenstein
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over CHF40.

Lithuania
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 50 EUR.

 

Luxembourg
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 25 EUR (Visa) or 50 EUR (Mastercard).

 

Malta
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 50 EUR.

 

Montenegro
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 25 EUR.

 

Netherlands
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 50 EUR.

 

Norway
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 400 NOK (Visa) or 500 NOK (Mastercard).

 

Poland
You might need to enter your PIN for purchase over 100 EUR.

 

Portugal
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 50 EUR.

 

Romania
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 100 RON.

 

Russia
You might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN for purchases over 1000 RUB.

 

Serbia
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 4000 RSD.

 

Slovakia
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 20 EUR.

 

Slovenia
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 15 EUR.

 

Spain
You might need to enter a PIN for purchases over 20 EUR (Visa) or 50 EUR (Mastercard).

 

Sweden
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 400 SEK.

 

Switzerland
You might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN for purchases over 80 CHF.

 

Ukraine
You might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN for purchases over 15000 UAH (Visa) or 1000 UAH (Mastercard).

 

United Kingdom
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 45 GBP.

Latin America and the Caribbean

   

Brazil
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 50 BRL.

Mexico
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 1000 MXN.

Middle East

  

Israel
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 300 ILS.

 

Qatar
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 300 QAR.

Saudi Arabia
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 300 SAR.

 

United Arab Emirates
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 100 AED.

North America

   

Canada
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 250 CAD.

United States
You might need to provide a signature for purchases over 50 USD.

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T - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

T

Returns string arguments as text.

Sample Usage

T(A2)

T("cat")

Syntax

T(value)

  • value - The argument to be converted to text.

    • If value is text, T returns value.

    • If value is a reference to a cell containing text, T returns the contents of value.

    • If value is an error or a cell containing an error, T returns the error.

    • Otherwise, T returns an empty string.

Notes

  • This function is rarely necessary as Google Sheets automatically converts between most formats appropriately. It is provided primarily for compatibility with formulas used in other spreadsheet packages.

See Also

N: Returns the argument provided as a number.

Examples

SPLIT function - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

SPLIT function

Divides text around a specified character or string, and puts each fragment into a separate cell in the row.

Examples

Make a copy

Sample Usage

SPLIT("1,2,3", ",")

SPLIT("Alas, poor Yorick"," ")

SPLIT(A1, ",")

Syntax

SPLIT(text, delimiter, [split_by_each], [remove_empty_text])

  • text - The text to divide.

  • delimiter - The character or characters to use to split text.

    • By default, each character in delimiter is considered individually, e.g. if delimiter is "the", then text is divided around the characters "t", "h", and "e". Set split_by_each to FALSE to turn off this behavior.
  • split_by_each - [ OPTIONAL - TRUE by default ] - Whether or not to divide text around each character contained in delimiter.

  • remove_empty_text  - [ OPTIONAL - TRUE by default ] - Whether or not to remove empty text messages from the split results. The default behavior is to treat consecutive delimiters as one (if TRUE). If FALSE, empty cells values are added between consecutive delimiters.

Notes

  • Note that the character or characters to split the string around will not be contained in the result themselves.

See Also

CONCATENATE: Appends strings to one another.

REPT - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

REPT

Returns specified text repeated a number of times.

Sample Usage

REPT("ha",4)

REPT(A2,3)

Syntax

REPT(text_to_repeat, number_of_repetitions)

  • text_to_repeat - The character or string to repeat.

  • number_of_repetitions - The number of times text_to_repeat should appear in the value returned.

    • The number_of_repetitions can't exceed the character limit of a cell, 32,000 characters. If number_of_repetitions is greater than 32,000 characters, REPT will return a #VALUE! error.

Notes

  • REPT does not insert spaces between repetitions of text_to_repeat. If spaces are desired, a space must be appended to the end of the value of text_to_repeat. The resulting return value from REPT will have at least one trailing space, which may be removed with TRIM.

See Also

TRIM: Removes leading, trailing, and repeated spaces in text.

SUBSTITUTE: Replaces existing text with new text in a string.

SPLIT: Divides text around a specified character or string, and puts each fragment into a separate cell in the row.

Examples

PCIe cards you can install in your Mac Pro (2019) - Apple Support

PCIe cards you can install in your Mac Pro (2019)

Learn about the Apple MPX Modules and some of the third-party PCIe cards you can install in your Mac Pro.

The Mac Pro introduced in 2019 has eight PCIe slots:

  • Four double-wide slots
  • Three single-wide slots
  • One half-length slot preconfigured with the Apple I/O card

Mac Pro includes one or two Radeon Pro MPX Modules that occupy slots 1-2 and slots 3-4. You can choose your MPX Modules when you order your Mac Pro or order them separately from Apple. Learn how to install PCI cards in your Mac Pro (2019).

Apple MPX Graphics Modules

Apple currently has eight different Mac Pro Expansion (MPX) Modules that contain AMD Radeon Pro graphics processing units (GPUs). Radeon Pro MPX Modules can use slots 1-2 and slots 3-4, and you can install one or two of each module:

You can install up to two Radeon Pro MPX Modules of any configuration in your Mac Pro. You can also use Radeon MPX Modules along with other third-party PCIe graphics cards. If you use Boot Camp, using a Radeon MPX Module and a third-party AMD graphics card isn't supported when your Mac is using Windows. Learn about using AMD graphics cards with Microsoft Windows on Mac Pro (2019).

Apple I/O card

Mac Pro comes with the Apple I/O card, which has two Thunderbolt 3 ports, two USB-A ports, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The Apple I/O card comes preinstalled in slot 8 and can't be installed in another slot.

Third-party PCIe cards

You can install many different PCIe cards in your Mac Pro, such as fibre channel cards, fibre networking cards, and pro video and audio interface cards. The PCIe bus on your Mac Pro provides up to 300W auxillary power. If your PCIe card requires additional power, such as a GPU, use the Belkin Aux Power Cable.

Mac Pro supports the same GPUs that are supported by external graphics processors (eGPUs). If you use Boot Camp and want to install a NVIDIA card to use in Windows on your Mac, don't install the card in slot 2. Learn about using AMD graphics cards with Microsoft Windows on Mac Pro (2019).

Some older PCI cards might use 32-bit Option ROMs that aren't compatible with your Mac Pro. If you install a PCI card that uses 32-bit option ROMs, your Mac Pro might not start up correctly. 

Afterburner

Afterburner is a hardware accelerator card made by Apple. Learn more about Afterburner.

RAID cards

If you want to add additional storage, you can install a third-party RAID card, such as a SAS RAID card, or you can install the Promise Pegasus R4i 32TB RAID MPX Module in one of the two MPX bays. If you use Boot Camp on your Mac, Windows doesn't support Apple software RAID volumes.

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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PROPER - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

PROPER

Capitalizes each word in a specified string.

Sample Usage

PROPER("united states")

PROPER(A2)

Syntax

PROPER(text_to_capitalize)

  • text_to_capitalize - The text which will be returned with the first letter of each word in uppercase and all other letters in lowercase.

Notes

  • PROPER is useful for proper nouns, such as names of people or geographic locations.

  • PROPER capitalizes each word in text_to_capitalize rather than the beginning of each sentence, and is therefore likely not the correct tool to use for paragraphs or other blocks of text.

  • PROPER will convert all characters not at the beginning of words to lowercase, which may cause problems with certain strings. For example, using PROPER("mcLeod") to capitalize the surname McLeod results in "Mcleod" instead.

See Also

UPPER: Converts a specified string to uppercase.

SUBSTITUTE: Replaces existing text with new text in a string.

LOWER: Converts a specified string to lowercase.

Examples

MID - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

MID

Returns a segment of a string.

Sample Usage

MID("get this",5,4)

MID(A2,3,5)

Syntax

MID(string, starting_at, extract_length)

  • string - The string to extract a segment from.

  • starting_at - The index from the left of string from which to begin extracting. The first character in string has the index 1.

  • extract_length - The length of the segment to extract.

    • If the end of string is reached before extract_length characters are encountered, MID returns the characters from starting_at to the end of string.

Notes

  • To return the contents from starting_at to the end of string, use LEN to calculate the length of the string that will be returned rather than simply specifying a large number for extract_length.

  • To return the contents of string beginning with a particular character or sub-string, use SEARCH to locate the index of the desired point.

See Also

SUBSTITUTE: Replaces existing text with new text in a string.

SPLIT: Divides text around a specified character or string, and puts each fragment into a separate cell in the row.

SEARCH: Returns the position at which a string is first found within text, ignoring case.

RIGHT: Returns a substring from the end of a specified string.

LEFT: Returns a substring from the beginning of a specified string.

LEN: Returns the length of a string.

Examples

FIND function - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

FIND function

Returns the position at which a string is first found within text, case-sensitive.

Sample Usage

FIND("n",A2)

FIND("wood","How much wood can a woodchuck chuck",14)

Syntax

FIND(search_for, text_to_search, [starting_at])

  • search_for - The string to look for within text_to_search.

  • text_to_search - The text to search for the first occurrence of search_for.

  • starting_at - [ OPTIONAL - 1 by default ] - The character within text_to_search at which to start the search.

Notes

  • FIND is case-sensitive, meaning that uppercase and lowercase letters matter. For example, "abc" will not match "ABC". To ignore case, use the SEARCH function.
  • Ensure that search_for and text_to_search are not supplied in reverse order, or the #VALUE! error will likely be returned. The arguments are supplied in a different order than other text functions such as SPLIT and SUBSTITUTE.
  • It's recommended to use a function such as IFERROR to check for cases when there aren't matches to the search.
  • If the pattern you're searching for isn't found, #VALUE! is returned. 

See Also

SUBSTITUTE: Replaces existing text with new text in a string.

SPLIT: Divides text around a specified character or string, and puts each fragment into a separate cell in the row.

SEARCH: Returns the position at which a string is first found within text, ignoring case.

IFERROR: Returns the first argument if it is not an error value, otherwise returns the second argument if present, or a blank if the second argument is absent.

Examples

CONCATENATE function - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

CONCATENATE function

Appends strings to one another.

Sample Usage

CONCATENATE("Welcome", " ", "to", " ", "Sheets!")

CONCATENATE(A1,A2,A3)

CONCATENATE(A2:B7)

Syntax

CONCATENATE(string1, [string2, ...])

  • string1 - The initial string.

  • string2 ... - [ OPTIONAL ] - Additional strings to append in sequence.

Notes

  • When a range with both width and height greater than 1 is specified, cell values are appended across rows rather than down columns. That is, CONCATENATE(A2:B7) is equivalent to CONCATENATE(A2,B2,A3,B3, ... , A7,B7).

See Also

SPLIT: Divides text around a specified character or string, and puts each fragment into a separate cell in the row.

JOIN: Concatenates the elements of one or more one-dimensional arrays using a specified delimiter.

Examples

Make a copy

Use the Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Module with your Mac Pro - Apple Support

Use the Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Module with your Mac Pro

Learn about the different display setups you can use with your MPX Module on your Mac Pro (2019).

The Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Module contains an AMD Radeon Pro W5500X graphics processing unit (GPU) with 8GB of GDDR5 memory and two HDMI 2.0 ports. When you use the Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Module with your Mac Pro, you can also use the Thunderbolt 3 ports on the top* and rear of your Mac Pro to connect additional displays.

If you use Boot Camp and have already set up Windows, install AMD drivers before installing the Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Module. 

Connect displays to a single Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Module

If you install a single Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Module, you can connect up to two 4K displays with resolutions of 3840 x 2160 at 60Hz to the HDMI ports on your MPX module.

You can also connect up to two additional displays to the Thunderbolt 3 ports on your Mac Pro in these configurations:

  • One Apple Pro Display XDR with a resolution of 6016 x 3384 at 60Hz. 
  • One 5K displays with resolutions of 5120 x 2880 at 60Hz.
  • Two 4K displays with resolutions of 3840 x 2160 at 60Hz.

Connect displays to two Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Modules

If you install two Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Modules, you can connect up to four 4K displays with resolutions of 3840 x 2160 at 60Hz to the HDMI ports on your MPX modules.

You can also connect up to four additional displays to the Thunderbolt 3 ports on your Mac Pro in these configurations:

  • Two Apple Pro Display XDRs with resolutions of 6016 x 3384 at 60Hz connected to the Thunderbolt 3 ports on the top* and rear of your Mac Pro.
  • Two 5K displays with resolutions of 5120 x 2880 at 60Hz.
  • Four 4K displays with resolutions of 3840 x 2160 at 60Hz.

Use the Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Module with Microsoft Windows

If you use Boot Camp and it's already set up on your Mac, install AMD drivers first before you install the Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Module:

  1. Start up your Mac in Windows.
  2. Go to the AMD website, then click Drivers & Support.
  3. Select your product from the list, not the menu: First select Graphics, select Mac Graphics in the next column, then select Apple Boot Camp in the next column.
  4. Click Submit to view the list of available drivers.
  5. Look for the driver version that supports your Mac model, then click Download.
  6. Extract the downloaded ZIP file, then run the Setup app in the resulting folder to install the drivers.
  7. Shut down your Mac, then install the Radeon Pro W5500X MPX Module.

If you didn't install AMD drivers and your display shows a black screen, connect your display via HDMI, then follow the steps above. After you install the AMD drivers, you can connect your display via Thunderbolt 3.

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CODE - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

CODE

Returns the numeric Unicode map value of the first character in the string provided.

Sample Usage

CODE("a")

CODE(A1)

Syntax

CODE(string)

  • string - The string whose first character's Unicode map value will be returned.

Notes

  • Only the first character in string will be evaluated; others will be ignored.

See Also

CHAR: Convert a number into a character according to the current Unicode table.

Examples

CHAR - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

CHAR

Convert a number into a character according to the current Unicode table.

Sample Usage

CHAR(97)

CHAR(HEX2DEC("A3"))

CHAR(A1)

Syntax

CHAR(table_number)

  • table_number - The number of the character to look up from the current Unicode table in decimal format.

    • table_number must be a number in decimal format (base 10). Many tables provide Unicode values in hexadecimal format (base 16). In this case, use the HEX2DEC function to convert.

Notes

  • The current Unicode table can be found online at the unicode website or on Wikipedia.
  • Not all Unicode characters will display properly on all computers and devices. Special fonts or languages may have to be installed or enabled on your computer.

See Also

CODE: Returns the numeric Unicode map value of the first character in the string provided.

HEX2DEC: The HEX2DEC function converts a signed hexadecimal number to decimal format.

Examples

WEIBULL - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

WEIBULL

Returns the value of the Weibull distribution function (or Weibull cumulative distribution function) for a specified shape and scale.

Sample Usage

WEIBULL(2.4, 2, 3, TRUE)

WEIBULL(A2,A3,A4,TRUE)

Syntax

WEIBULL(x, shape, scale, cumulative)

  • x - The input to the Weibull distribution function.

  • shape - The shape parameter of the Weibull distribution function.

    • shape is usually denoted k, and denoted as alpha in other spreadsheet packages.

    • shape must be greater than 0.

  • scale - The scale parameter of the Weibull distribution function.

    • scale is usually denoted lambda in texts, and denoted as beta in other spreadsheet packages.

    • scale must be greater than 0.

  • cumulative - TRUE to use the cumulative distribution function, FALSE to use the probability density function.

Notes

  • If shape is 1, WEIBULL is equivalent to EXPONDIST with lambda set to 1/scale.

See Also

POISSON: Returns the value of the Poisson distribution function (or Poisson cumulative distribution function) for a specified value and mean.

NORMSINV: Returns the value of the inverse standard normal distribution function for a specified value.

NORMSDIST: Returns the value of the standard normal cumulative distribution function for a specified value.

NORMINV: Returns the value of the inverse normal distribution function for a specified value, mean, and standard deviation.

NORMDIST: The NORMDIST function returns the value of the normal distribution function (or normal cumulative distribution function) for a specified value, mean, and standard deviation.

NEGBINOMDIST: Calculates the probability of drawing a certain number of failures before a certain number of successes given a probability of success in independent trials.

LOGNORMDIST: Returns the value of the log-normal cumulative distribution with given mean and standard deviation at a specified value.

LOGINV: Returns the value of the inverse log-normal cumulative distribution with given mean and standard deviation at a specified value.

EXPONDIST: Returns the value of the exponential distribution function with a specified lambda at a specified value.

BINOMDIST: Calculates the probability of drawing a certain number of successes (or a maximum number of successes) in a certain number of tries given a population of a certain size containing a certain number of successes, with replacement of draws.

Examples

VARP - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

VARP

Calculates the variance based on an entire population.

Sample Usage

VARP(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10)

VARP(A2:A100)

Syntax

VARP(value1, [value2, ...])

  • value1 - The first value or range of the population.

  • value2, ... - Additional values or ranges to include in the population.

Notes

  • Although VARP is specified as taking a maximum of 30 arguments, Google Sheets supports an arbitrary number of arguments for this function.

  • If the total number of values supplied as value arguments is not at least two, VARP will return the #DIV/0! error.

  • VARP will ignore any of the value arguments that include text. To calculate variance while interpreting text values as 0, use VARPA.

  • VARP calculates variance for an entire population. To calculate variance across a sample, use VAR.

  • VARP takes the sum of the squares of each value's deviation from the mean and divides by the number of such values. This differs from the calculation of variance across a sample in that the latter divides by the size of the dataset minus one.

See Also

VARPA: Calculates the variance based on an entire population, setting text to the value `0`.

VARA: Calculates the variance based on a sample, setting text to the value `0`.

VAR: Calculates the variance based on a sample.

STDEVPA: Calculates the standard deviation based on an entire population, setting text to the value `0`.

STDEVP: Calculates the standard deviation based on an entire population.

STDEVA: Calculates the standard deviation based on a sample, setting text to the value `0`.

STDEV: The STDEV function calculates the standard deviation based on a sample.

SKEW: Calculates the skewness of a dataset, which describes the symmetry of that dataset about the mean.

KURT: Calculates the kurtosis of a dataset, which describes the shape, and in particular the "peakedness" of that dataset.

DVARP: Returns the variance of an entire population selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DVAR: Returns the variance of a population sample selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DSTDEVP: Returns the standard deviation of an entire population selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DSTDEV: Returns the standard deviation of a population sample selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DEVSQ: Calculates the sum of squares of deviations based on a sample.

AVEDEV: Calculates the average of the magnitudes of deviations of data from a dataset's mean.

Examples

Download or export your Apple Card statements and transactions - Apple Support

Download or export your Apple Card statements and transactions

Learn how to download or export your Apple Card monthly statements and transactions on your device. Or see how to download a PDF statement online at card.apple.com.

How to export your Apple Card statements

  1. On your iPhone, open the Wallet app and tap Apple Card.1
  2. Tap Card Balance.
  3. Scroll down and select the Statement that you want to export.
  4. Tap Export Transactions, then tap the share button  to email, print, save, or share the file.

If your iPhone has iOS 13.2 or later, you can export or download transactions from a previous month as a .CSV, .OFX, .QFX, or .QBO file.*

Quicken 2019 and newer and QuickBooks 2018 and newer are supported. If you use a third-party financial app or software provider, contact them to see which versions are compatible with these file types.

*On iPad, you can export .CSV files only.

How to download a PDF of your Apple Card statements

  1. On your iPhone, open the Wallet and tap Apple Card.
  2. Tap Card Balance.
  3. Scroll down and select the Statement that you want to download.
  4. Tap Download PDF Statement, then tap the share button  to save, print, or share a copy of your statement.

You can also download a PDF statement online at card.apple.com.

 

  1. Apple Card is issued by Goldman Sachs Bank USA, Salt Lake City Branch.
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STDEVP

Calculates the standard deviation based on an entire population.

Sample Usage

STDEVP(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10)

STDEVP(A2:A100)

Syntax

STDEVP(value1, [value2, ...])

  • value1 - The first value or range of the population.

  • value2, ... - Additional values or ranges to include in the population.

Notes

  • Although STDEVP is specified as taking a maximum of 30 arguments, Google Sheets supports an arbitrary number of arguments for this function.

  • If the total number of values supplied as value arguments is not at least two, STDEVP will return the #DIV/0! error.

  • STDEVP will return an error if any of the value arguments include text. To calculate standard deviation while interpreting text values as 0, use STDEVPA.

  • STDEVP calculates standard deviation for an entire population. To calculate standard deviation across a sample, use STDEV.

  • STDEVP is equivalent to the square root of the variance, or SQRT(VARP(...)) using the same dataset.

See Also

VARPA: Calculates the variance based on an entire population, setting text to the value `0`.

VARP: Calculates the variance based on an entire population.

VARA: Calculates the variance based on a sample, setting text to the value `0`.

VAR: Calculates the variance based on a sample.

STDEVPA: Calculates the standard deviation based on an entire population, setting text to the value `0`.

STDEVA: Calculates the standard deviation based on a sample, setting text to the value `0`.

STDEV: The STDEV function calculates the standard deviation based on a sample.

SKEW: Calculates the skewness of a dataset, which describes the symmetry of that dataset about the mean.

KURT: Calculates the kurtosis of a dataset, which describes the shape, and in particular the "peakedness" of that dataset.

DVARP: Returns the variance of an entire population selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DVAR: Returns the variance of a population sample selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DSTDEVP: Returns the standard deviation of an entire population selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DSTDEV: Returns the standard deviation of a population sample selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DEVSQ: Calculates the sum of squares of deviations based on a sample.

AVEDEV: Calculates the average of the magnitudes of deviations of data from a dataset's mean.

Examples

STANDARDIZE - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

STANDARDIZE

Calculates the normalized equivalent of a random variable given mean and standard deviation of the distribution.

Sample Usage

STANDARDIZE(96,80,6.7)

STANDARDIZE(A2,A3,A4)

Syntax

STANDARDIZE(value, mean, standard_deviation)

  • value - The value of the random variable to normalize.

  • mean - The mean of the distribution.

  • standard_deviation - The standard deviation of the distribution.

Notes

  • For a given dataset, mean can be calculated using AVERAGE or its related functions and standard_deviation can be calculated using STDEV or its related functions.

See Also

STDEV: The STDEV function calculates the standard deviation based on a sample.

AVERAGE: The AVERAGE function returns the numerical average value in a dataset, ignoring text.

Examples

SKEW - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

SKEW

Calculates the skewness of a dataset, which describes the symmetry of that dataset about the mean.

Sample Usage

SKEW(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10)

SKEW(A2:A100)

Syntax

SKEW(value1, [value2, ...])

  • value1 - The first value or range of the dataset.

  • value2, ... - Additional values or ranges to include in the dataset.

Notes

  • Although SKEW is specified as taking a maximum of 30 arguments, Google Sheets supports an arbitrary number of arguments for this function.

  • If the total number of values supplied as value arguments is not at least two, SKEW will return the #DIV/0! error.

  • Any text encountered in the value arguments will be ignored.

  • Positive skewness indicates a longer tail extending in the positive direction, to the right of the mean, while negative skewness indicates a longer tail in the negative direction, to the left. Skewness nearer to zero indicates more symmetrical distributions.

See Also

VARPA: Calculates the variance based on an entire population, setting text to the value `0`.

VARP: Calculates the variance based on an entire population.

VARA: Calculates the variance based on a sample, setting text to the value `0`.

VAR: Calculates the variance based on a sample.

STDEVPA: Calculates the standard deviation based on an entire population, setting text to the value `0`.

STDEVP: Calculates the standard deviation based on an entire population.

STDEVA: Calculates the standard deviation based on a sample, setting text to the value `0`.

KURT: Calculates the kurtosis of a dataset, which describes the shape, and in particular the "peakedness" of that dataset.

DVARP: Returns the variance of an entire population selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DVAR: Returns the variance of a population sample selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DSTDEVP: Returns the standard deviation of an entire population selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DSTDEV: Returns the standard deviation of a population sample selected from a database table-like array or range using a SQL-like query.

DEVSQ: Calculates the sum of squares of deviations based on a sample.

AVEDEV: Calculates the average of the magnitudes of deviations of data from a dataset's mean.

Examples

How to add Apple Card to your Apple devices - Apple Support

How to add Apple Card to your Apple devices

You can add Apple Card to your Apple Watch, iPad, Mac, or iPhone.

Sign in to your Apple Watch, iPad, or Mac with the same Apple ID that was signed in to iCloud on the iPhone that you used to apply for Apple Card.1

Add Apple Card to your iPhone

  1. On your iPhone, open the Wallet app.
  2. Tap the add button .
  3. Tap Add Card, then Follow the steps to select Apple Card. If you're asked to add the card that you use with your Apple ID, cards on other devices, or cards that you've recently removed, choose Apple Card.

After you add Apple Card to your iPhone, you can request a titanium Apple Card in the Wallet app.

Add Apple Card to your Apple Watch

  1. Update to watchOS 5.3 or later.
  2. Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, then go to the My Watch tab. If you have multiple watches, choose one.
  3. Tap Wallet & Apple Pay.
  4. Under Other Cards On Your Phone, tap Add next to Apple Card.
  5. If you want to make Apple Card your default payment card for Apple Pay, tap Use as Default Card.

You need watchOS 5 or later to add Apple Card to your Apple Watch.

You can make Apple Card your default card on your Apple Watch. This makes Apple Card your default card when you use Apple Pay on your Apple Watch.

Add Apple Card to your iPad

  1. Update to iOS 12.4 or later.
  2. Open the Settings app, then Wallet & Apple Pay.
  3. Under Other Cards on Your iPad, you see Apple Card.
  4. Tap Add.

You can make Apple Card your default card on your iPad. This makes Apple Card your default card when you use Apple Pay on your iPad.

Add Apple Card to your Mac

  1. Update to macOS 10.14.6 or later.
  2. Go to System Preferences, then select Wallet & Apple Pay.
  3. Click the plus button (+).
  4. Select Apple Card, then choose Next and follow the steps on your screen.

You can make Apple Card your default card on your Mac. This makes Apple Card your default card when you use Apple pay on your Mac.

To add Apple Card to Wallet, you need a Mac model with Touch ID. If you have a Mac model without built-in Touch ID, you can turn on Allow Payments on Mac to complete your purchases on your eligible iPhone or Apple Watch:

On your iPhone, open the Settings app, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then turn on Allow Payments on Mac.

If you have trouble adding Apple Card to a new device

  1. Make sure that you're signed into the device with the same Apple ID that you used to apply for Apple Card.
  2. Make sure your device has a good internet connection.
  3. Make sure the Settings app and Wallet app are enabled for cellular data:
    1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
    2. Tap Cellular.
    3. Turn on Cellular Data.

If you need help adding Apple Card to your devices, contact Apple Support.

 

  1. Apple Card is issued by Goldman Sachs Bank USA, Salt Lake City Branch.
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