So I wrote a Chivalry & Sorcery 1e character generator (NPC at least) using Google Sheets. Having finished it, I can safely state that this belongs in the 'hold my beer' category of actions. Yes, you can, it seems like a good idea at the time and you finish thinking 'What did I just do?' Not that writing a character generator is a bad thing, even for such an old system. Especially one that is as crunchy as C&S in terms of conditional recursion - IQ impacts Wisdom, which impacts IQ and doing a whole bunch of lookup tables in order to calculate the characteristics.
In order to calculate Personal Combat Factor, I needed to determine the character's class or
vocation. That was probably the most creative part of it - it's not just that you're strong and a good fighter. Only Nobles get to be Knights and Serfs need to be exceptional to come to the attention of a Magic User and get apprenticed. Conversely, it's very rare to see a first born Noble become a Magic User, they need to be very smart and a pathetic fighter, as even a poor fighter is more valuable to the succession in the mind of a feudal noble.
When a Magic User does get rolled up, you'll see the bottom of the Character Sheet show the Concentration Level, Personal Magic Factor etc.