so after you all helped me a lot, I got now this code:

R[n_, b_, l_, m_, d_, p_] := 
 1/2 l (b - (4 b)/(1 + n) + 2 (l/(m n p))^(1/(-1 + p)))
F[l_, m_, n_, b_, d_, p_] := -d + (b l)/(n + n^2) - 
  m ((l/(m n p))^(1/(-1 + p)))^p
HR[n_, b_, l_, m_, d_, p_] := 
 l/(m p (p - 1)) (n m p/l)^((p - 2)/(p - 1))

Table[ToString /@ {ArgMax[{R[n, b, l, m, d, p], n >= 2, 
     HR[n, b, l, m, d, p] < b, F[l, m, n, b, d, p] >= 0}, 
    n ∈ Integers], 
   MaxValue[{R[n, b, l, m, d, p], n >= 2, F[l, m, n, b, d, p] >= 0, 
     HR[n, b, l, m, d, p] < b}, n ∈ Integers]}, {b, (11/
    10), (11/10)}, {l, 61/10, 61/10}, {m, 61/10, 61/10}, {d, 1/10, 1/10}, {p, 12/10, 12/10}]

which gives me this outcome {{{{{{"7", "10962680209 ----------- 6534561600"}}}}}}

How do i transport these results into excel, so that both are shown in numbers and in different fields of the matrix.

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    $\begingroup$ I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because yet again a post of this user does not show any effort whatsoever, doesn't include an actual question and comes with no minimal working example but a mess of unreadable code instead. $\endgroup$ – Sascha Apr 30 '17 at 19:30
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    $\begingroup$ The Table functions doesn't make sense as used here. For all loop variables, the start and end values are the same. The ToString does not make sense to me either. Anyway, have you studied Export and the manual sections on XLS or XLSX? $\endgroup$ – Sjoerd C. de Vries Apr 30 '17 at 20:22
  • $\begingroup$ Enter your keyword "excel" into the search box of documentation window and explore the links you get. $\endgroup$ – Michael E2 May 1 '17 at 14:13

If you just google "Mathematica Export XLS", you will get hundreds if not thousands suggestions or do this

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or use this,

Export["C:/tcdata/myfile.xls", data]
  • $\begingroup$ @sjoerd Thx for pointing out the tostring problem to me $\endgroup$ – Paul May 1 '17 at 8:54
  • $\begingroup$ @Andreas You are always welcome. Don't be discourage ask freely. $\endgroup$ – zhk May 1 '17 at 9:02

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