Would it be possible to change the parameters in a function, and to "hardcode"a value in a function.
In the atttached file the Bilinear interpolation is done via the InterpolateCXY function.
In the example I created a xc and yc cell. As you can see the yc value is 15. However in the ycvalues there is no value 15. I can point to the yc part of the function.
Therefore I tried to get the avarage of the value above and below to get to 15. Would it be possible to "hardcode" 15 in the function so I do not have to point to for example to cell R5? Interpolate-test.xlsm
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