|The Edit UDF Window allows you to introduce
your own static
UDFs and gives access to the following
settings and features:
Reminds you that all the static
UDFs take no parameters and, therefore, have zero arity (notice the function header that appears in the gray box above the code
Use this box to write a brief description of the UDF
for your future reference. The text you write here will appear in the Definition column on the Functions Panel
-> Static UDFs.
UDF Code Window
You design or edit the code of your UDFs
in the code window. The code must be in Java Script and can be tested for syntax and calculation errors before including it in the function set.
Tests the syntax of the Java Script code of your UDF
and ensures that it is free of calculation errors. The results of the test are written in the gray window below the code window.
Allows you to stop the testing process.
Saves the UDF and includes it in your function set with the default weight of 1.
Closes the Edit UDF window without saving the modifications made there.