Nesting 3 functions IFERROR, VLOOKUP, ISBLANK

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So I hope that I can explain this clearly. So I am trying to nest three formulas, IFERROR, VLOOKUP, ISBLANK. The goal that I am trying to achieve is use the vlookup function along with the IFERROR to not get N/A where there is nothing for the function to lookup. That has been achieved but, if the iferror vlookup pulls a blank cell, which is why I am trying to use the isblank function, I want it to state “NO INFO” or whatever text I choose. The way my formula is written without the isblank works but returns a 0 if the mainentry cell is blank.

=iferror(vlooku(t6,a3:h10000,7,false),””)&” / “ &iferror(vlookup(a3:h10000,8,false),””)

Where I thought I could put the ISBLANK for nesting
=iferror(vlooku(t6,a3:h10000,7,false),isblank(“0”))&” / “ &iferror(vlookup(a3:h10000,8,false),isblank(“0”))

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=IF(IFERROR(VLOOKUP(T6,A3:H10000,7,0),"")="","NO INFO",VLOOKUP(T6,A3:H10000,7,0)&" / "&IF(IFERROR(VLOOKUP(T6,A3:H10000,8,0),"")="","NO INFO",VLOOKUP(T6,A3:H10000,8,0)))

I shall give this a try Good Sir. I work off two laptops and do not have the other with me at this time. But I do look forward to giving you feedback. Thank you in advance

The formula worked awesome. The only issue is, is that if the first part of the of the formula pulls a blank, then the whole formula returns "No Info". If there is something for the first part to pull and nothing for the second part, then it will have the info there but second part says no info. Any suggestions, thank you overall by the way.

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