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International Syntax for Custom Functions

Learn how to use the list separator feature in the Cryptosheets API Console Query Builder

Written by Chris Ware
Updated over a week ago

List Seperator

By default, Excel & sometimes Googlesheets uses the list separator defined under regional settings in Control Panel. The US English version of Excel uses a comma (,) for list separator by default, while other international versions may use a semicolon (;).

πŸ‘‰ This impacts how functions are entered in Excel & Googlesheets

In the United States, and countries like Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, etc. functions are entered with arguments separated by commas.

🌐 In other countries like Spain, France, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, functions are entered with semicolons.

For example, the SUM would be entered like this in the US:


And like this in Italy:


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