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How do I add numbers in a cell to another cell?

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Austin Sowers
Austin Sowers on 1 May 2019
Edited: Austin Sowers on 2 May 2019
"R" = random number
A = {[R R X R]}
B = {[R X R X]}
How do I add the X's in cell "B" to the X in cell "A?"

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James Tursa
James Tursa on 2 May 2019
So it appears that when you encounter a -10 in CA, you want to add the two immediate neighboring numbers from CB to it. Correct? What if the -10 is on an edge/end?
Austin Sowers
Austin Sowers on 2 May 2019
Good question. I will be ignoring the ones on the end for this reason.
and yes. that is correct. exactly

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gonzalo Mier
gonzalo Mier on 1 May 2019
A{1}(B{1}==X) = B{1}(B{1}==X)

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Austin Sowers
Austin Sowers on 1 May 2019
The X's represent the position of the random number. So all three X's could also be different numbers
Austin Sowers
Austin Sowers on 1 May 2019
Using a numeric example:
A = {[2 3 7 1}]
B = {[1 7 9 3}]
Id want to add 7 and 3 in B to the 7 in A

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