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BITAND: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use BITAND in Google Sheets?

BITAND is a function in Google Sheets that returns the bitwise AND of two integers. The function takes two arguments, the first of which is the first integer, and the second of which is the second integer. The function then returns a value representing the bitwise AND of the two integers.

What is the syntax of BITAND in Google Sheets?

The BITAND operator takes two arguments, and returns the result of bitwise ANDing them together. For example, BITAND(5,6) would return the value 2, because 5 AND 6 equals 2.

What is an example of how to use BITAND in Google Sheets?

BITAND is a bitwise operator that takes two integers and returns a result of 1 if both integers have at least one bit set to 1, and returns a result of 0 if both integers have at least one bit set to 0. BITAND can be used in Google Sheets to determine whether two cells contain the same value. For example, if cell A1 contains the value 5 and cell B1 contains the value 5, then the result of BITAND(A1,B1) will be 1, because both cells contain at least one bit set to 1. If cell A1 contains the value 5 and cell B1 contains the value 6, then the result of BITAND(A1,B1) will be 0, because both cells contain at least one bit set to 0.

When should you not use BITAND in Google Sheets?

BITAND can be used in Google Sheets when you want to calculate the bitwise operator on two integers. The function will return the result of bitwise AND operation on the specified numbers. However, you should not use BITAND in Google Sheets when you want to calculate the bitwise operator on a string.

What are some similar formulae to BITAND in Google Sheets?

The following are some similar formulae to BITAND in Google Sheets:

BITOR:=BITOR(A1,A2) A1&A2 BITXOR:=BITXOR(A1,A2) A1^A2 BITNOT:=BITNOT(A) !A

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