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Google Sheets

In Google Sheets, the TRUE function is used to return a value of TRUE or FALSE. The function can be used in a number of different ways, including in formulas, charts, and filters. In formulas, the TRUE function can be used to return a value of TRUE if a condition is met, or FALSE if it is not. In charts, the TRUE function can be used to add a data point to a chart if a condition is met. And in filters, the TRUE function can be used to filter data based on a condition.

The syntax of "TRUE" in Google Sheets is "=TRUE()".

In Google Sheets, the TRUE function returns a logical value of TRUE or FALSE. You can use it to test a condition or to return a value that is TRUE. For example, you can use the following formula to test if a cell is blank:

=IF(A1="",TRUE,FALSE)

This formula will return TRUE if A1 is blank, and FALSE if A1 has a value.

There are a few occasions when you should not use the TRUE function in Google Sheets. First, if you are trying to count the number of TRUEs in a range, you can use the COUNTIFS function instead. Second, if you are trying to test if a value is equal to TRUE, you can use the IF function instead. Third, if you are trying to test if a value is greater than or equal to TRUE, you can use the IF function instead. Finally, if you are trying to test if a value is less than or equal to TRUE, you can use the IF function instead.

TRUE is a formula in Google Sheets that returns the value "true". There are a few similar formulae that you can use in your sheets.

The IF function can be used to test a condition and return a value based on the outcome. For example, you can use IF to test whether a number is greater than 10, and return "greater than 10" if it is, or "less than 10" if it is not.

The ISNUMBER function can be used to test whether a value is a number, and return "true" if it is a number, or "false" if it is not.

The MOD function can be used to find the remainder after dividing two numbers. For example, the formula "MOD(5,2) would return 1, because 5 divided by 2 leaves a remainder of 1."

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