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REPLACEB: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use REPLACEB in Google Sheets?

The REPLACEB function in Google Sheets is used to replace a substring in a string with another substring. The function takes two required arguments: the string to be searched, and the substring to be replaced. The function will return a new string with the substring replaced.

What is the syntax of REPLACEB in Google Sheets?

The REPLACEB function in Google Sheets takes two arguments: the text you want to replace, and the text you want to replace it with. It will replace every instance of the text you specify with the text you specify in the function.

What is an example of how to use REPLACEB in Google Sheets?

The REPLACEB function is used to replace text in a string with another text. The function takes two arguments: the text to be replaced and the text to replace it with. The function will return a string with the text replaced. An example of how to use the REPLACEB function in Google Sheets is shown below:

=REPLACEB("Hello world", "world", "Hello")

This function will return "Hello Hello".

When should you not use REPLACEB in Google Sheets?

There are many occasions when you should not use REPLACEB in Google Sheets. One situation is when you are trying to replace text that is not in a string. Another is when you are trying to replace text that is located at the beginning or end of a string. Additionally, you should not use REPLACEB when you are trying to replace text that is multiple words long.

What are some similar formulae to REPLACEB in Google Sheets?

There are many formulae that can be used in Google Sheets to replace text. The most common is the SUBSTITUTE function. This function replaces a specific text string with another text string. The syntax for the SUBSTITUTE function is SUBSTITUTE(text, old_text, new_text). For example, if you want to replace the text "cat" with "dog" in a text string, you can use the following formula: SUBSTITUTE(text, "cat", "dog"). Another common function that can be used to replace text is the FIND function. The FIND function returns the position of a text string within a text string. The syntax for the FIND function is FIND(text, text_to_search). For example, if you want to find the position of the text "cat" in the text string "cats and dogs", you can use the following formula: FIND("cat", "cats and dogs").

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