You can use FALSE Function to get a logical value FALSE.
It requires no input argument. You can simply enter this function and it will return the TRUE.
It has no arguments.
More Information On Excel FALSE Function
- FALSE & FALSE() both are identical.
- Best use of FALSE() is in integration with other function for evaluation.
- FALSE has a value 0. You can use this value in other calculations.
- Using FALSE without parentheses will also give you the same result.
- FALSE Function is mainly provided for compatibility with the spreadsheet program.
In the below example, I have used FALSE() and FALSE, in the same manner, and both returns the same value. You can also use FALSE Function in the numeric calculation as it has 0 value.
To learn more about Excel FALSE Function you can check Microsoft’s Help Section. And, if you have a unique idea to use it, I would love to hear from you.