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FALSE

Return the logical value FALSE in Excel
Return the logical value FALSE

Rational

Returns the logical value FALSE

Description

The Excel FALSE function returns the logical value FALSE. The formula is useful to enter the FALSE directly into the cell or added as part of criteria.

Syntax

=FALSE()

Parameters

[Empty Parenthesis]

Return Value

Logical value FALSE

Key Notes

  • The FALSE function is merely for compatibility purpose with other spreadsheet programs.
  • You can manually enter FALSE in formula rather than FALSE() function.
  • Logical expressions themselves will automatically generate TRUE and FALSE results.
  • FALSE is a compatibility function.

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