To convert a binary number to decimal in Excel, you can use the BIN2DEC function. This function takes a binary number as an input and returns the decimal equivalent. For example, if you enter the binary number 1010 into the function, it will return the decimal value 10.
The syntax of BIN2DEC in Excel is as follows:
This function converts a number expressed in binary to decimal. The number is entered as a string of 1s and 0s. For example, the number 1010 (10 in decimal) would be entered as "10010001".
The Excel BIN2DEC function converts a binary number to a decimal number. The syntax for the function is BIN2DEC(binary), where binary is the binary number you want to convert. The function returns the decimal number equivalent to the binary number. For example, if you enter BIN2DEC(100), Excel returns the decimal number 4. If you enter BIN2DEC(101), Excel returns the decimal number 5.
There are a few occasions when you should not use the BIN2DEC function in Excel. One such time is when you are working with negative numbers. The BIN2DEC function will not work properly with negative numbers and will return an incorrect value. Another time when you should not use the BIN2DEC function is when you are working with text values. The function will return an error if it is used with text values.
The Excel function BIN2DEC converts a binary number to a decimal number. There are a few other similar formulae in Excel that can convert binary numbers to decimal numbers. The Excel function BIN2HEX converts a binary number to a hexadecimal number, and the Excel function DEC2BIN converts a decimal number to a binary number.