Use Excel IF Function to test a condition, if that condition is TRUE then it will return a value which you have specified and if that condition is FALSE it will return another value.
In simple words, you can test a condition and function will a return result with you have specified with TRUE and FALSE respectively for both of the results.
- logical_test A condition which you want to evaluate.
- value_if_true Value which you want to get if that condition is TRUE.
- value_if_false Value which you want to get if that condition is FALSE.
More Information on Excel IF Function
- You can use IF Function for nested formulas.
- The maximum number of nested condition you can perform is 64.
- You can use comparison operators to evaluate a condition in IF function.
In the below example, we have used a comparison operator to evaluate different conditions.
- I have used a specific text to get in the result if condition met or not.
- You can also use TRUE and FALSE to get in result.
- If skip to specify a value to get the result if the condition is TRUE, it will return zero.
- And, if you skip specifying a value to get the result if the condition is FALSE, it will return zero.
In the below above example, we have used IF function to create a nesting formula. we have specified a condition and if that condition is false then we have used another if function to evaluate another condition and perform a task and if that condition is FALSE we have used another IF.
This way we have used IF for five times to create a nesting formula. You can use the same for 64 times for a nesting formula.
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