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Google Sheets

There are a few ways to use HEX2DEC in Google Sheets. One way is to use the function's built-in function, which is located under the "Math" category. To use it, select the cell where you want the result to appear, and then type in the following formula: =HEX2DEC(A1) (replace A1 with the cell reference of the cell containing the hexadecimal number you want to convert).

Another way to use HEX2DEC in Google Sheets is to use the "Convert" feature. To do this, select the cell where you want the result to appear, and then click on the "Convert" button in the toolbar. A menu will appear; select "Hexadecimal to Decimal" from the list. A dialog box will then appear. In the "Hexadecimal" field, type in the hexadecimal number you want to convert, and in the "Decimal" field, type in the desired decimal value. Click on the "Convert" button, and the result will appear in the selected cell.

There is no specific syntax for HEX2DEC in Google Sheets. However, you can use the MOD function to convert a hexadecimal value to a decimal value. The MOD function takes two arguments: the number to be modded and the divisor. The function returns the remainder of the number divided by the divisor. For example, the following formula converts the hexadecimal value A9 to its decimal value:

=MOD(A9,16)

HEX2DEC is a Google Sheets function that converts a hexadecimal number to a decimal number. An example of how to use HEX2DEC in Google Sheets is to enter the hexadecimal number "A9" into a cell, and then use the HEX2DEC function to convert "A9" to the decimal number "169".

There are a few occasions when you should not use the HEX2DEC function in Google Sheets. One such time is when you are working with text values. If you try to convert a text value to a number, Google Sheets will automatically convert it to a decimal value. Another time you should not use the HEX2DEC function is when you are working with dates. Google Sheets will automatically convert dates to decimal values, so you will not need to use the HEX2DEC function in this case.

In Google Sheets, there are a few similar formulae to HEX2DEC. One is HEX2BIN, which converts a hexadecimal string to a binary string. Another is DEC2HEX, which converts a decimal string to a hexadecimal string. Finally, there is BIN2HEX, which converts a binary string to a hexadecimal string.

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