What the other poster said, maybe it's a language-specific function that I, being where I live, have no idea what it is.
However, the wording of your question:
Originally Posted by Monazwx
You misunderstand, I want my function to work (in fact, it actually does), but I don't because its not a standard function, I don't want the 'higher ups' asking me details about a function that I'm not well versed in.
...is easy to misunderstand.
a) You want your function to work, and it does.
b) But you don't, because it's not a standard function.
c) You don't want any higher-ups asking questions.
This leads me to conclude that:
1) You are writing malicious code.
2) You are trying to hide the malicious code from your employer.
Maybe you missed a word or two, and what you're really saying is:
1) This code works.
2) I don't know why because the function isn't standard.
3) I don't like it when I'm asked what it does and I can only respond: "I don't know"
Unfortunately, without the function being in the Excel version I have, I can't look it up and see what it does. If it's a user-defined function (some VBA in your worksheet) then examining the code is the only way to see what it does. And I suspect that emailing it to someone, to help you, would be against company policy.
No way to help you there. Sorry. And my VBA skills are....pretty basic.