Find middle value in array, or average of two middle values


      FT_AMEDIAN( <aArray> [, <nStart> [, <nEnd> ] ] )
                 -> nMedian


     <aArray> is the array containing the elements to be averaged.

     <nStart> is the first array element to include,
     defaults to first element.

     <nEnd> is the last array element to include,
     defaults to last element.


     The median average of the array elements


     This function sorts the elements of a numeric array and
     then returns the value in the middle element of the sorted
     array.  If there is no exact middle value, then it returns
     the average of the two middle values.  Half of the elements
     are > median and half are < median.  A median average may
     more reflect a more useful average when there are extreme
     values in the set.


     FT_AMEDIAN( aArray )      // Return Median for entire array

     FT_AMEDIAN( aArray, 2)    // Return Median for elements from 2 to end

     FT_AMEDIAN( aArray, ,9)   // Return Median for 1st 9 elements

     FT_AMEDIAN( aArray,8,40 ) // Return Median for elements 8 to 40


 Author: Ralph Oliver,  TRANSCOM SYSTEMS


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