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BITOR: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use BITOR in Excel?

BITOR is a Boolean function in Excel that allows you to test whether two values are either both true or both false. To use BITOR in Excel, you first need to enter the two values you want to test into two separate cells. Then, in a third cell, enter the formula "=BITOR(A1,A2)" where "A1" and "A2" are the two cells containing the values you want to test. This will return either "TRUE" or "FALSE" depending on whether the two values are both true or both false.

What is the syntax of BITOR in Excel?

The syntax for BITOR in Excel is as follows:

=BITOR(A,B)

This function will return a 1 if both A and B are 1, otherwise it will return a 0.

What is an example of how to use BITOR in Excel?

BITOR is a function in Excel that stands for bitwise OR. The BITOR function takes two arguments, and returns the result of a bitwise OR operation between the two arguments. The first argument is the number to be bitwise OR'ed with the second argument. The second argument is the number of bits in the first argument. For example, if the first argument is 5 and the second argument is 2, the result of the BITOR operation will be 3, because 5 bitwise OR'ed with 2 is 3.

When should you not use BITOR in Excel?

BITOR is a Boolean function in Excel that returns the result of a logical conjunction (AND) of two arguments. The function should be used when you want to test whether two values are both TRUE or both FALSE. The function should not be used when you want to test whether one value is TRUE and one is FALSE. In this case, you should use the Excel function IF.

What are some similar formulae to BITOR in Excel?

BITOR is the bitwise OR function in Excel. It returns the bitwise OR of its two arguments. The bitwise OR of two numbers is 1 if either of the numbers is 1, and 0 otherwise.

Here are some other Excel formulae that use the bitwise OR operator:

BITAND - returns the bitwise AND of its two arguments

BITXOR - returns the bitwise XOR of its two arguments

BITNOT - returns the bitwise NOT of its argument

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