Excel FALSE function
In Excel, the FALSE function is a build-in function, it is categorized as logical function. It returns the value FALSE. It is as the same as to entering the Boolean value FALSE directly in a formula.
The syntax for the FALSE function in Excel is:
- 1. There are no parameters or arguments in the FALSE function.
- 2. It can be applied at Excel 2000 and later version.
- 3. For calculation purpose, TRUE is a number 1 and False is a number 0, they can be used for calculation, such as:
Returns the logical value FASLE.
The FALSE function in Excel is a compatibility function, it always be used with other logical functions such as IF, IFERROR, etc.
Supposing, you want to check if the numbers in column A is greater than 100, if the number greater than 100, Yes returns, if not, FALSE returns.
Please apply the below formula, you will get the result as screenshot shown:
=IF(A2>100, "Yes", FALSE())
Tip: In the above formula, you can enter FALSE directly to instead the FALSE(), like this:
=IF(A2>100, "Yes", FALSE)
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