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¿Cómo enumerar todas las combinaciones posibles de una sola columna en Excel?

Si desea devolver todas las combinaciones posibles de datos de una sola columna para obtener el resultado como se muestra a continuación, ¿tiene alguna forma rápida de manejar esta tarea en Excel?

Enumere todas las combinaciones posibles de una sola columna con fórmulas

Enumere todas las combinaciones posibles de una sola columna con código VBA


Enumere todas las combinaciones posibles de una sola columna con fórmulas

Las siguientes fórmulas de matriz pueden ayudarlo a lograr este trabajo, hágalo paso a paso:

1. Primero, debe crear dos celdas de fórmula auxiliares. En la celda C1, ingrese la siguiente fórmula y presione Ctrl + Shift + Enter Claves para obtener el resultado:

=MAX(LEN(A2:A6))
Note: En esta fórmula, A2: A6 es la lista de celdas que desea enumerar sus combinaciones.

2. En la celda C2, ingrese la siguiente fórmula y presione Ctrl + Shift + Enter teclas juntas para obtener el segundo resultado, ver captura de pantalla:

=CONCAT(A2:A6&REPT(" ",C2-LEN(A2:A6)))
Note: En esta fórmula, A2: A6 es la lista de celdas que desea listar sus combinaciones, C2 es la celda que contiene la fórmula que creó en el paso 1.

3. Luego, copie y pegue la siguiente fórmula en la celda D2 y presione Ctrl + Shift + Enter claves juntas para obtener el primer resultado, vea la captura de pantalla:

=IF(ROW()>2^(COUNTA(A$2:A$6)),"",TEXTJOIN(" + ",TRUE,IF(MID(TEXT(DEC2BIN(ROW()-1),REPT("0",COUNTA($A$2:$A$6))),ROW(INDIRECT("1:"&COUNTA($A$2:$A$6))),1)+0,TRIM(MID($C$3,(ROW(INDIRECT("1:"&COUNTA($A$2:$A$6)))-1)*$C$2+1,$C$2)),"")))
Note: En esta fórmula, A2: A6 es la lista de celdas que desea listar sus combinaciones, C2 si la celda contiene la fórmula que creó en el paso 1, C3 es la celda con la fórmula que creó en el paso 2, la + El carácter es el separador para separar las combinaciones, puede cambiarlas según sus necesidades.

4. Y luego, seleccione esta celda de fórmula y arrastre el controlador de relleno hacia abajo hasta que aparezcan celdas en blanco. Ahora, puede ver que todas las combinaciones de los datos de columna especificados se muestran como se muestra a continuación:

Note: esta fórmula solo está disponible en Office 2019, 365 y versiones posteriores.

Enumere todas las combinaciones posibles de una sola columna con código VBA

Las fórmulas anteriores solo están disponibles para las versiones más recientes de Excel, si tiene versiones anteriores de Excel, el siguiente código de VBA puede hacerle un favor.

1. prensa Alt+F11 teclas simultáneamente para abrir el Microsoft Visual Basic para aplicaciones ventana.

2. Luego, haz clic recuadro > Módulo, copie y pegue el siguiente código VBA en la ventana.

Código de VBA: enumere todas las combinaciones posibles de una sola columna

Sub ConnectArr()
'Updateby ExtendOffice
Dim xDValue As Variant
Dim xOutRg As Range
Dim xDictionary As Object
Dim xF As Long
Dim xChar As String
xDValue = Range("A2:A6").Value 'the data range
Set xOutRg = Range("C1") 'output range
xChar = "," 'separator
For xF = 1 To UBound(xDValue)
    Set xDictionary = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")
    xDictionary(0) = "Sets of " & xF
    Call ConnectValue(xDValue, xDictionary, 0, xF, 0, "", xChar)
    xOutRg.Offset(0, xF - 1).Resize(xDictionary.Count).Value = WorksheetFunction.Transpose(xDictionary.Items)
    Set xDictionary = Nothing
Next
End Sub
Sub ConnectValue(ByRef pDValue, ByRef pDictionary, ByRef pLevel, ByVal pMaxLevel, ByVal pIndex, ByVal pValue, ByVal pChar)
Dim xF As Long
If pLevel = pMaxLevel Then
    pDictionary(pDictionary.Count + 1) = pValue
    Exit Sub
End If
For xF = pIndex + 1 To UBound(pDValue)
    If pValue = "" Then
        Call ConnectValue(pDValue, pDictionary, pLevel + 1, pMaxLevel, xF, pDValue(xF, 1), pChar)
    Else
        Call ConnectValue(pDValue, pDictionary, pLevel + 1, pMaxLevel, xF, pValue & pChar & pDValue(xF, 1), pChar)
    End If
Next
End Sub
Note: En el código anterior:
  • A2: A6: es la lista de datos que desea utilizar;
  • C1: es la celda de salida;
  • ,: el delimitador para separar las combinaciones.

3. Y luego, presione F5 clave para ejecutar este código. Todas las combinaciones de la columna única se enumeran como se muestra a continuación:

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Hello,
Nice job!
But I'm interested to find just the "Sets of 2", as in your example, e.g. a list of players who have to play matches with each other :).
Thank you.
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Hello, Iulian,
To solve your problem, please apply the below code:
Note: your names should be start at A2 cell, and the result will be placed at C2 cell.
Sub name_by_name()
    Dim i As Long, j As Long, lr As Long
    With ActiveSheet
        lr = .Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row
        For i = 2 To lr
            For j = i + 1 To lr
                .Cells(Rows.Count, 3).End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0) = _
                  .Cells(i, 1).Value & ", " & .Cells(j, 1).Value
            Next j
        Next i
    End With
End Sub


Please have a try, hope it can help you!

https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/comment-skyyang/2023-comment/combinations-1.png
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Hello, I have a list of 30 items in a column and the code doesn't seem to be able to handle that, what is the max number of items allowed for the code to work? is there a way to make a long list work?
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Hello, Lynn,
Yes, as you said, if the number of cells are greater than 20, the code will not work well.
Sorry for that inconvenience.

With this code, it will pop out an alert if the number of cells is greater than 20.
Sub ConnectArr()
'Updateby ExtendOffice
Dim xDValue As Variant
Dim xOutRg As Range
Dim xDictionary As Object
Dim xF As Long
Dim xChar As String
Dim xAddress As String
xAddress = "A1:A20" 'the data range
If Range(xAddress).Count > 20 Then
    MsgBox "The number of cells can't greater than 20!"
    Exit Sub
End If
xDValue = Range(xAddress).Value
Set xOutRg = Range("C1") 'output range
xChar = "," 'separator
For xF = 1 To UBound(xDValue)
    Set xDictionary = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")
    xDictionary(0) = "Sets of " & xF
    Call ConnectValue(xDValue, xDictionary, 0, xF, 0, "", xChar)
    xOutRg.Offset(0, xF - 1).Resize(xDictionary.Count).Value = WorksheetFunction.Transpose(xDictionary.Items)
    Set xDictionary = Nothing
Next
End Sub
Sub ConnectValue(ByRef pDValue, ByRef pDictionary, ByRef pLevel, ByVal pMaxLevel, ByVal pIndex, ByVal pValue, ByVal pChar)
Dim xF As Long
If pLevel = pMaxLevel Then
    pDictionary(pDictionary.Count + 1) = pValue
    Exit Sub
End If
For xF = pIndex + 1 To UBound(pDValue)
    If pValue = "" Then
        Call ConnectValue(pDValue, pDictionary, pLevel + 1, pMaxLevel, xF, pDValue(xF, 1), pChar)
    Else
        Call ConnectValue(pDValue, pDictionary, pLevel + 1, pMaxLevel, xF, pValue & pChar & pDValue(xF, 1), pChar)
    End If
Next
End Sub

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I really like the method but values bottom out at the 511th row and you get #NUM! if you have more than 6 entries in column A. I'm wondering if someone might consider helping me to adjust the formula so that the resulting values calculate beyond the 511th row? Thank you very much! =)
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Hello,
Yes, as you said, the formula will stop work in row 511. So, here, you can appy the VBA code in this article.
Or if you want to list all possible combinations into single one column, please apply the below code:
Note: In the code, A2 is the first cell contains the data you want to use, you should change the cell reference A2 and A to your own. After running the code, all combinations will be listed in the next column of the data list.
Sub allcombination()
Dim Ray As Variant, n As Long, nn As Long, Allnum As String, c As Long
Dim Res As Long, obit, oSt, ipc, Tot As Long, oPst As Long, sNum As String
Ray = Application.Transpose(Range(Range("A2"), Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp)))
sNum = Join(Evaluate("TRANSPOSE(ROW(" & 1 & ":" & UBound(Ray) & "))"), ",")
For n = 1 To UBound(Ray)
    Tot = Tot + Application.Combin(UBound(Ray), n)
Next n
ReDim Oval(1 To Tot)
ReDim nRay(1 To Tot - UBound(Ray))
Do Until Allnum = sNum
   If c < UBound(Ray) Then
       For n = 1 To UBound(Ray)
             c = c + 1: Oval(c) = n
       Next n
   Else
       For n = 1 To UBound(Ray)
             Res = Res + 1
             obit = Oval(Res)
             oSt = Split(obit, ",")(UBound(Split(obit, ",")))
                For nn = oSt + 1 To UBound(Ray)
                    c = c + 1
                    Allnum = obit & "," & nn
                    Oval(c) = Allnum
                Next nn
         Next n
   End If
Loop
Dim s As Variant, nStr As String
    For oPst = UBound(Ray) + 1 To UBound(Oval)
        For Each s In Split(Oval(oPst), ",")
            nStr = nStr & IIf(nStr = "", Ray(s), "," & Ray(s))
        Next s
            nRay(oPst - UBound(Ray)) = nStr: nStr = ""
  Next oPst
Range("B1").Resize(UBound(nRay)).Value = Application.Transpose(nRay)
End Sub

Please have a try, hope it can help you! 🙂
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Dear skyyang:

Thank you very much for your help and the code. It's invaluable and I'm grateful.

I'm relatively new to VB scripting, consequently not very adept at coding the language.

Just a point or two:

- Your suggested code doesn't generate single entries (e.g. Ruby, or...)
- The original ordering as highlighted in the animated graphic in Step 4 disappeared.

I will go through your code to try my hand at calibrating it so that the above points are outputted, but I was wondering if you had any quick advice or suggestion(s) that could address them.

Thank you again for your kind help. I really appreciate it. =)

My best.
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Dear skyyang:

First, thank you very much for your code solution. I am grateful! =)

I wrote a reply yesterday but the system seems not to have posted it for unknown reasons. I hope this one gets through.

Your code generates output that I am interested in. I had just a couple of observations and then a question:

1) The code doesn't generate the individual entries alone.
2) The original ordering seen in the animated graphic in Step 4 is lost.

From your code is there a way to also include the single entries and to mirror the original ordering format from Step 4. I'm rather new to VB scripting.

Again, thank you so much for your invaluable help. I really appreciate it.

My best.
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Dear skyyang:

This is wonderful. Thank you, this helps me out immensely. I am very grateful.

Just a couple observations I noticed after generating the VB code you provided was that the singletons (for lack of a better term), like just "Ruby", would get omitted, and the resulting (columnal) ordering no longer corresponded to the original ordering generated in Step 4 animated graphic.

Do you happen to have any quick suggestions about how I could tweak your code to also include the "singletons" and for matching the same ordering as in Step 4? I will try to wrangle the workaround but regrettably I'm fairly new to VB scripting.

Thanks again! I really appreciate it.

My best. =)
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Hello, ffuuzz
In this case, you can try the vba code in our article, all possible combinations will be listed into separated columns, please try:
Sub ConnectArr()
'Updateby ExtendOffice
Dim xDValue As Variant
Dim xOutRg As Range
Dim xDictionary As Object
Dim xF As Long
Dim xChar As String
xDValue = Range("A2:A6").Value 'the data range
Set xOutRg = Range("C1") 'output range
xChar = "," 'separator
For xF = 1 To UBound(xDValue)
    Set xDictionary = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")
    xDictionary(0) = "Sets of " & xF
    Call ConnectValue(xDValue, xDictionary, 0, xF, 0, "", xChar)
    xOutRg.Offset(0, xF - 1).Resize(xDictionary.Count).Value = WorksheetFunction.Transpose(xDictionary.Items)
    Set xDictionary = Nothing
Next
End Sub
Sub ConnectValue(ByRef pDValue, ByRef pDictionary, ByRef pLevel, ByVal pMaxLevel, ByVal pIndex, ByVal pValue, ByVal pChar)
Dim xF As Long
If pLevel = pMaxLevel Then
    pDictionary(pDictionary.Count + 1) = pValue
    Exit Sub
End If
For xF = pIndex + 1 To UBound(pDValue)
    If pValue = "" Then
        Call ConnectValue(pDValue, pDictionary, pLevel + 1, pMaxLevel, xF, pDValue(xF, 1), pChar)
    Else
        Call ConnectValue(pDValue, pDictionary, pLevel + 1, pMaxLevel, xF, pValue & pChar & pDValue(xF, 1), pChar)
    End If
Next
End Sub
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