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Copy numeric value rows and paste to new sheet

  Asked By: Oscar    Date: Dec 21    Category: MS Office    Views: 1222
  

I am using the following code to copy and paste data from one sheet
to another sheet. My requiremnet is thus as follows:
Want to copy the col C of active sheet to target sheet I want to
copy and paste the entire row for those cells in col C having
numbers only. (To skip those rows which contain 0 or text)

The code is:
Sub test()
Dim r As Range, n As Long
n = 2
With ActiveSheet
For Each r In .Range("c3", Range("c" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
If IsNumeric(r.Value) * r.Value <> 0 Then
r.EntireRow.Copy Sheets("stmt").Rows(n)
n = n + 1
End If
Next
End With
End Sub

But the code is not running and showing as error message at this
line:

Run time error 13, Type mismatch
If IsNumeric(r.Value) * r.Value <> 0 Then

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Answer #1    Answered By: Amy Brown     Answered On: Dec 21

You are using a multiplication of the Booleans for some reason. This means
that both sides of the equation need to be evaluated and you'll get a type
mismatch when you try to check the non-zero'ness of a non-numeric.

Use "and" to combine the two Booleans. It'll stop processing after the
first "false" and won't get to the <> 0 for non-numerics.

In general, performing arithmetic on Boolean values is "a bad thing". There
are times when it is useful for special tricks, but it should not be used as
the normal case.

 
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