Excel ARABIC function
The Excel ARABIC function is used to convert roman numbers to Arabic numbers. For example, the formula =ARABIC(“XXIII”) returns 23.
Syntax and arguments
- Text: Required. A string enclosed in double quotation marks or a reference cell which contains the Roman numeral you need to convert to Arabic number.
The ARABIC function returns a arabic number based on the given roman number.
1. If the string is not a valid value, it returns the #VALUE! error value.
2. If the argument text is empty( =ARABIC("")), it returns 0.
3. The maximum length of text is 255 characters, so the largest number that ARABIC function can return is 255,000.
4. The ROMAN function is the opposite of ARABIC function.
Usage and Examples
Here list the basic usages of COS function in your daily work.
Case 1- Convert a roman number in a reference cell to Arabic number
A1 is the cell reference which contains the roman number that you want to convert to Arabic number.
Case 2- Directly use the roman number enclosed by double quotation marks as argument
"V" is the roman number you want to convert to Arabic.
Roman Number and Corresponding Arabic Number
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