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How to test compound Array Formula strings for correctness.

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When constructing fairly hefty compound Array Formulae, what is the best way of testing them for syntactical correctness (braces, etc) before they get added to the code and cause errors? I know I can put them back into Excel directly in some cell so as the parser can take a look at typos, but is there a better way? Thanks all.
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That's the best and easiest way I know of.
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Ah, right.

Do you happen to know what type of typos  - if any - that it isn't able to spot?
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It will catch all syntax errors, but not typos in named ranges etc. unless you type it in the cell instead of pasting it, in which case it should catch everything.
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