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Google Sheets

The COUNT function in Google Sheets is used to count the number of cells that contain a specific value. You can use the COUNT function to count the number of cells that are blank, contain a number, contain text, or are a specific color. To use the COUNT function, enter the following formula in the cell where you want the count to appear: =COUNT(value)

The syntax of COUNT in Google Sheets is as follows: =COUNT(value1, value2,...) where value1, value2, etc. are the cells or ranges of cells you want to count.

COUNT is a function in Google Sheets that allows you to count the number of cells that contain a specific value. For example, if you wanted to count the number of cells in a column that contained the word "cat", you could use the COUNT function like this: =COUNT(A:A, "cat")

There are a few instances in which you should not use COUNT in Google Sheets. One instance is when you are trying to count the number of cells that are blank. In this case, you should use the function COUNTIF, which counts the number of cells that meet a certain criteria. Another instance in which you should not use COUNT is when you are trying to count the number of unique values in a range. In this case, you should use the function COUNTA, which counts the number of cells that have a value, regardless of the value's uniqueness.

There are a few similar formulae to COUNT in Google Sheets. One is the COUNTIF formula, which counts the number of cells in a range that meet a certain criteria. Another is the COUNTBLANK formula, which counts the number of blank cells in a range. Finally, the COUNTA formula counts the number of non-blank cells in a range.

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