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Hur sorterar jag snabbt IP-adressen från låg till hög i Excel?

Generellt använder vi funktionen Sortera för att sortera strängar i Excel. Men om det behövs några IP-adresser för att sortera, kan sorteringsordningen vara fel genom att använda sorteringsfunktionen direkt enligt nedanstående skärmdump. Nu har jag några sätt att sortera IP-adresserna snabbt och korrekt i Excel.

Fel Sortera efter sorteringsfunktion Rätt sortering
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Sortera IP-adress efter formel

Sortera IP-adress efter VBA

Sortera IP-adress efter text till kolumner


Sortera IP-adress efter formel

Använd en formel för att fylla IP-adressen och sedan sortera.

1. Välj en cell intill IP-adressen och skriv denna formel

=TEXT(LEFT(A1,FIND(".",A1,1)-1),"000") & "." & TEXT(MID(A1,FIND( ".",A1,1)+1,FIND(".",A1,FIND(".",A1,1)+1)-FIND(".",A1,1)-1),"000") & "." & TEXT(MID(A1,FIND(".",A1,FIND(".",A1,1)+1)+1,FIND(".",A1, FIND(".",A1,FIND(".",A1,1)+1)+1)-FIND(".",A1,FIND(".",A1,1)+1)-1), "000") & "." & TEXT(RIGHT(A1,LEN(A1)-FIND(".",A1,FIND(".",A1,FIND( ".",A1,1)+1)+1)),"000")

tryck ange nyckel och dra fylla handtaget över celler för att tillämpa denna formel.
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2. Kopiera formelresultaten och klistra in dem som värde i nästa kolumn. Se skärmdump:

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3. håll det klistrade värdet valt och klicka Data > Sortera A till Z.
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4. I Sortera varning dialog, håll Utöka urvalet kontrollerade.
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5. klick Svart. Nu har IP-adresserna sorterats från låg till hög.
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Du kan ta bort hjälpkolumnerna.


Sortera IP-adress efter VBA

Här är en VBA-kod som också kan hjälpa dig.

1. Tryck Alt + F11 för att aktivera Microsoft Visual Basic för applikationer fönster.

2. klick Insert > Modulerna, kopiera och klistra in koden i det tomma skriptet.

VBA: Fyll IP-adress

Sub FormatIP()
'UpdatbyExtendoffice20171215
    Dim xReg As New RegExp
    Dim xMatches As MatchCollection
    Dim xMatch As Match
    Dim xRg As Range
    Dim xCell As Range
    Dim I As Long
    Dim xArr() As String
    On Error Resume Next
    Set xRg = Application.InputBox("Select cells:", "KuTools For Excel", Selection.Address, , , , , 8)
    If xRg Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
    With xReg
        .Global = True
        .Pattern = "\d{1,3}\.+\d{1,3}\.+\d{1,3}\.+\d{1,3}"
        For Each xCell In xRg
            Set xMatches = .Execute(xCell.Value)
            If xMatches.Count = 0 Then GoTo xBreak
            For Each xMatch In xMatches
                xArr = Split(xMatch, ".")
                For I = 0 To UBound(xArr)
                    xArr(I) = Right("000" & xArr(I), 3)
                    If I <> UBound(xArr) Then
                        xArr(I) = xArr(I) & "."
                    End If
                Next
            Next
            xCell.Value = Join(xArr, "")
xBreak:
        Next
    End With
End Sub

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3. Then click Tools > Reference, and check Microsoft VBScript Regular Expressions 5.5 in the popping dialog.

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4. Click OK and press F5 key, a dialog pops out to remind you to select a range to work.
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5. Click OK. Then the IP addresses have been filled with zero.

6. Select the IP addresses and click Data > Sort A to Z to sort them.


Sort IP address by Text to Columns

Actually, the Text to Columns feature can do you a favor in Excel too.

1. Select the cells you use, and click Data > Text to Columns. See screenshot:
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2. In the Convert Text to Columns Wizard dialog, do as below:

Check Delimited, and click Next;

Check Other and type . into the textbox, and click Next;

Select a cell next to the IP address to place the result. Click Finish.

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3. The select all cells containing the IP addresses and the split cells, and click Data > Sort.
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4. In the Sort dialog, clicking Add level to sort data from column B to E (the split cells). See screenshot:
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5. Click OK. Now the columns have been sorted.
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Why does the formula not work for the last octet? It adds zeros to the 3rd octet but not the last? So frustrating.
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I have tested the formula before I post it, it can work for the last octer. Have you checked the formula you pasted is correct?
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la formule traduite en Francais :
=TEXTE(GAUCHE(I6;TROUVE(".";I6;1)-1);"000") & "." & TEXTE(STXT(I6;TROUVE( ".";I6;1)+1;TROUVE(".";I6;TROUVE(".";I6;1)+1)-TROUVE(".";I6;1)-1);"000") & "." & TEXTE(STXT(I6;TROUVE(".";I6;TROUVE(".";I6;1)+1)+1;TROUVE(".";I6; TROUVE(".";I6;TROUVE(".";I6;1)+1)+1)-TROUVE(".";I6;TROUVE(".";I6;1)+1)-1); "000") & "." & TEXTE(DROITE(I6;NBCAR(I6)-TROUVE(".";I6;TROUVE(".";I6;TROUVE( ".";I6;1)+1)+1));"000")
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Merci pour la traduction !
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thank you, very useful !
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This is great! Very much appreciated. It would be nice to add to the VB code to reverse (put back) the IP's in the original format (without the extra leading 0's) after having sorted them. :) I would be very interested in that where you can run this script, sort results, then revert back to original format.
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Traducido al español:
=TEXTO(IZQUIERDA(A1,ENCONTRAR(".",A1,1)-1),"000") & "." & TEXTO(EXTRAE(A1,ENCONTRAR( ".",A1,1)+1,ENCONTRAR(".",A1,ENCONTRAR(".",A1,1)+1)-ENCONTRAR(".",A1,1)-1),"000") & "." & TEXTO(EXTRAE(A1,ENCONTRAR(".",A1,ENCONTRAR(".",A1,1)+1)+1,ENCONTRAR(".",A1, ENCONTRAR(".",A1,ENCONTRAR(".",A1,1)+1)+1)-ENCONTRAR(".",A1,ENCONTRAR(".",A1,1)+1)-1), "000") & "." & TEXTO(DERECHA(A1,LARGO(A1)-ENCONTRAR(".",A1,ENCONTRAR(".",A1,ENCONTRAR( ".",A1,1)+1)+1)),"000")
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Thanks for your help on translating the formula.
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