A question about nested logic functions

litestream

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If I have, for example, 4 nested "IF" statements and my condition passes as true for two of the four statements, which is applied? The first in the line or the last?
 

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erik.van.geit

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Hi,

couldn't you test this with some simple predictable formulas ?

=IF (condition1,TRUE,IF(condition2,TRUE,...

when condition1 is met you get the blue "TRUE", the rest of the formula will not be "read"

kind regards,
Erik
 

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