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Google Sheets

To convert a hexadecimal number to octal in Google Sheets, use the HEX2OCT function. The syntax is HEX2OCT(number), where number is the hexadecimal number you want to convert. For example, if you want to convert the hexadecimal number A3 to octal, you would use the following formula:

=HEX2OCT("A3")

This would return the octal number 83.

The syntax of HEX2OCT in Google Sheets is as follows:

=HEX2OCT(value)

Where "value" is the hexadecimal value to be converted to octal.

HEX2OCT is a Google Sheets add-on that converts hexadecimal numbers to octal numbers. To use HEX2OCT, type "=HEX2OCT(A1)" in the cell where you want the octal number to appear, where "A1" is the cell containing the hexadecimal number.

There are a few occasions when you should not use HEX2OCT in Google Sheets. One example is if you are trying to convert a number that is not a hexadecimal number. If you try to convert a number that is not a hexadecimal number, it will return an error. Another time you should not use HEX2OCT is if the number you are trying to convert is too large. If the number you are trying to convert is too large, it will return an error.

There are many formulae that are similar to HEX2OCT in Google Sheets. One example is the HEX2DEC formula, which converts hexadecimal values to decimal values. Another example is the OCT2HEX formula, which converts octal values to hexadecimal values. Additionally, there are many other formulas that can be used to convert between hexadecimal and octal values, or between decimal and hexadecimal values.

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