Documentation/Calc Functions/FALSE

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Function name:

FALSE

Category:

Logical

Summary:

Returns the logical value FALSE.

Syntax:

FALSE()

Returns:

Always returns the logical value FALSE.

Arguments:

The FALSE() function does not require any arguments.

Additional details:

The FALSE function is provided primarily for compatibility with other Calc functions.

Examples:

=FALSE() returns FALSE

=NOT(FALSE()) returns TRUE

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Related LibreOffice functions:

IF

OR

ODF standard:

Section 6.15.2, part 2

Equivalent Excel functions:

FALSE[1]