19. General practice question 1
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As explained in the introduction to Macro VBA,
Get last row
Four arithmetic operations
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For ~ Next
Get last row
Four arithmetic operations
Use the above to complete the following exercises.
In the table above, calculate the unit price in column A x the quantity in column B, and give the amount in column C.
Calculate the unit price x quantity from the second row to the last row of the table with For Next.
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