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An "Error 0" from Avast Anti-Virus is more than likely a corrupted download. Try downloading a fresh copy of the installer from the Avast website.
Also make sure you are logged into a computer account which has administrator priveleges as this is required to install Avast.

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Are you saying that some of your inputs are blank? And LOOKUP fails to map them to 0? Or are you saying that some of your values come back from LOOKUP as blanks? (They shouldn't; lookup should return either a value from the lookup table or an error.) Or is it the case that some input values get mapped to blank by your LOOKUP function?

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