voltrader

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Hey All,

I am trying to nest a function using the following formula

IF(OR(AND(AN4>=AM4),J4<=0,K4<=0,),"TRUE","NONE")

I am getting a result, but the result is not what I need. I want the formula to read as 'If AN4>=AM4, AND either J4<=0, OR K4<=0, then "TRUE, if not then "NONE".'

Any input greatly appreciated.
Elliot.
 

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voltrader

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Try
IF(AND(AN4>=AM4,OR(J4<=0,K4<=0,)),"TRUE","NONE")

Yes that works!

Do you mind explaining, the syntax of the function? Why does the formula require a double parenthesis after the '0,' before the "TRUE",and "NONE"?

Thanks!
Elliot.
 

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