In this article, we will learn the function ISLOGICAL in Excel.
There are 2 logical values in excel
ISLOGICAL function returns TRUE if the value is either TRUE or FALSE or else it returns FALSE. The logical values are usually returned by the logic function like IF, IFERROR, IFNA, etc functions.
ISLOGICAL function checks the value cell for a LOGICAL and returns TRUE if exist or else FALSE.
|=ISLOGICAL ( value )|
value : value to the function can be given as directly or using cell reference
Now let’s understand the function more via using it in an example.
Here we have a list of value in Column A & we need to check the cells for the LOGICAL values.
Use the LOGICAL:
|= ISLOGICAL ( A2 )|
A2 : reference cell is provided to the function to check its value.
You can observe from the above snapshots that there is a difference between the LOGIC value in quotes and the one without quotes.
As you can see, the function returns the logic values either TRUE or FALSE. Below are some of the observational results.
When range of cells given in as argument, the function only checks the first cell of the array as returns TRUE or FALSE based only on the first cell.
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