group columns

group columns
grupuoti stulpelius statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Komanda pažymėtiems ↑lentelės stulpeliams ↑grupuoti. Šią komandą paprastai turi ↑skaičiuoklės. Stulpelių grupes galima ↑suskleisti arba ↑išskleisti. Grupuojama pagal tam tikrus požymius dirbant su didelėmis duomenų lentelėmis tam, kad dalį stulpelių būtų galima sparčiai paslėpti (suskleisti) arba vėl parodyti (išskleisti). Stulpeliai gali būti automatiškai grupuojami kuriant ↑suvestinę lentelę arba ↑suvestinę diagramą. Iliustraciją žr. priede. priedas(-ai) Grafinis formatas atitikmenys: angl. group columns ryšiai: antonimaspanaikinti stulpelių grupavimą dar žiūrėkgrupuoti dar žiūrėkišskleisti dar žiūrėklentelė dar žiūrėklentelė dar žiūrėkskaičiuoklė dar žiūrėksuskleisti dar žiūrėksuvestinė diagrama dar žiūrėksuvestinė lentelė palyginkgrupuoti eilutes

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