# Enumerate a Cell Notation

## Microsoft Excel, 43 Bytes.

```
=COLUMN(INDIRECT(A1))&" "&ROW(INDIRECT(A1))
```

I couldn't help myself, I just had to use the right tool for the job. Takes input on A1.

### Test Cases

### Microsoft Excel, 40 bytes

**Brasilian Portuguese language version.**

```
=COL(INDIRETO(A1))&" "&LIN(INDIRETO(A1))
```

Translated (and therefore golfed) version of ATaco's solution.

## Python 2, ~~94~~ ~~91~~ 73 bytes

^{-3 bytes thanks to Jonathan Allan}

^{-18 bytes thanks to tsh}

```
s=input().strip
a=s(`3**39`);t=0
for n in a:t=t*26+ord(n)-64
print t,s(a)
```

Try it online!

This abuses the way that `.strip`

works, removing all digits wtih `a=s(`3**39`)`

where ``3**39``

is just a shorter way to generate the digits from `0`

to `9`

, this will store only the chars on `a`

that will be used to strip the chars from the numbers on `s(a)`