## Use

The FALSE function categorized as a Logical function and primarily used for compatibility with other spreadsheet programs. The function returns the Boolean value FALSE.

### What is the Boolean value?

The Boolean data type is rooted from the idea of binary logic i.e. the numeric system uses only two digits – 0 or 1. In Excel, the Boolean values are either False or True.

## Syntax

FALSE()

The FALSE function’s syntax has no argument. You can also use the word False directly into a cell, instead of adding the syntax of the function. The Excel returns the same resutls.

## Example

Suppose, you want the result False if A1 is not greater than 10. By using the following formula =F(A1>10

The formula returns the logical value False because the value in A1 is not greater than 10.

## Related Functions

AND function tests a number of logical conditions set by a user.

IF function checks whether a specified condition is met or not.

OR function tests multiple logical conditions at the same time.