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ADVANCED VBA EXERCISES▼
Advanced VBA | Passing arguments exercise | Functions with arguments in advanced VBA
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Create a function called MedalPoints which takes 3 inputs:
- the number of gold medals won for a country
- the number of silver medals won
- the number of bronze medals won
Your function should return the points total for the country, according to the Wise Owl rule that you get 5 points for a gold, 3 for a silver and 1 for a bronze.
How your function should look in the function wizard
Type your function into the Excel worksheet in the Points column and copy it down - you should find that Russia move up to second place, but that the USA are still top with 321 points.
Save your workbook as Points Calculated, then close it down.