How does the FALSE function (DAX) work?
The FALSE function (DAX) returns the logical value FALSE.
FALSE Formula Syntax
How do you use the FALSE function?
You can use FALSE function by just entering the word FALSE directly into a cell or formula and Excel will interpret this as the logical value FALSE. It is mostly used in conjugation with other functions, such as Conditional Functions, which do different things depending on whether a certain criterion is met.
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Considerations when using the FALSE function
- The function returns logical value FALSE
- FALSE & FALSE () both are identical.
- FALSE has a value 0.
- There are only two logical values-TRUE and FALSE. TRUE is the opposite of FALSE.
- The function does not require any argument.
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Formula examples using the FALSE function
=IF(SUM(‘InternetSales_USD'[SalesAmount_USD]) >200000, TRUE(), false())
=IF(B4>=1000, TRUE, FALSE)
=IF(B4=”Delivered”, TRUE, FALSE)
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