HEX2BIN is a Google Sheets function that converts a hexadecimal string into a binary string. To use HEX2BIN, type the function name into a cell and then enter the hexadecimal string you want to convert. Google Sheets will return the binary string for the hexadecimal string you entered.
HEX2BIN is a Google Sheets function that converts a hexadecimal string into a binary string. The syntax for HEX2BIN is as follows:
where hexString is the hexadecimal string to be converted.
HEX2BIN is a Google Sheets function that converts hexadecimal values to binary values. An example of how to use HEX2BIN is to enter the hexadecimal value "FFFF" into a cell and then use the HEX2BIN function to convert it to binary. The result would be "11111111".
There are a few occasions when you should not use HEX2BIN in Google Sheets. One is when you are trying to convert a text string that is not a hexadecimal number. If you enter a text string such as "Hello, world!" into a cell and use the HEX2BIN function, the result will be "0". Another time you should not use the HEX2BIN function is when the text string you are trying to convert is more than 8 characters long. In this case, the function will convert the first 8 characters of the text string and ignore the rest.
There are quite a few similar formulae to HEX2BIN in Google Sheets. One of the most commonly used is the DEC2HEX function, which converts decimal values to hexadecimal. Another is the BIN2DEC function, which converts binary values to decimal. There are also a few other functions that can be used to convert between hexadecimal and binary values, such as the HEX2DEC and BIN2HEX functions.