In Google Sheets, TO_PURE_NUMBER is used to convert a text string into a number. This can be useful when you need to perform mathematical calculations on data that is stored in a text format. For example, if you have a column of text data that contains prices, you can use the TO_PURE_NUMBER function to convert the text data into numbers so that you can perform calculations on them.
The syntax of TO_PURE_NUMBER in Google Sheets is as follows: TO_PURE_NUMBER(number)
This function takes a number as input and returns a pure number representation of that number.
TO_PURE_NUMBER is a Google Sheets function that converts a text string into a number. For example, the text string "12" would be converted into the number 12. The function can be used in a variety of ways, including:
- Converting text strings into numbers for mathematical operations
- Filtering data by numerical values
- Creating charts and graphs that compare data points
TO_PURE_NUMBER can be used in a number of situations in Google Sheets, but there are some instances where it should not be used. One situation where TO_PURE_NUMBER should not be used is when converting text to a number. In this case, the text should be converted to a number using the VALUE function. Another situation where TO_PURE_NUMBER should not be used is when working with dates. In this case, the DATEVALUE function should be used to convert the text to a date.
In Google Sheets, the TO_PURE_NUMBER function converts a text string into a number. The function uses the following formula:
The function converts text strings into numbers by removing all non-numeric characters, and then converts the string into a number. The function can be used to convert text strings into numbers for mathematical operations, or to insert numbers into text strings.