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NOW function in Google Sheets

The NOW function returns the current date and time, updates continuously whenever you open the worksheet. Syntax NOW() The NOW function has no argument. Example 2nd example Using Notes To get the current date without the current time, use the TODAY function. Google Sheets uses the 1900 date system and stores date as sequential serial […]

MINUTE function in Google Sheets

The MINUTE function returns an integer value (in minutes) ranging from 1 to 59 from a given time value. For example, the formula =MINUTE(“10:59:12”) returns “59” number indicating minute value from the given time value. Syntax MINUTE(time) time – Required. The time value from which to determine the minute component. Example Using Note The #VALUE! […]

ISOWEEKNUM

The ISOWEEKNUM returns the number of ISO week of the year if a date is provided. For example, the formula =ISOWEEKNUM(“12 Dec 2019”) returns 50, which means the given date is in 50th week of ISO week of the year. Syntax ISOWEEKNUM(date) date – Required. The date from which to get the ISO week of […]

ISDATE Function in Google Sheets

The ISDATE function checks whether the given date is a valid date format or not. The function returns True if the date is a valid date otherwise False. Syntax ISDATE(value) value – Required. The value you want to test. Examples Related posts: DATEVALUE Function in Google Sheets DATEDIF function in Google Sheets MINUTE function in […]

HOUR function in Google Sheets

The HOUR function returns the hour from a given time as an integer between 0 (12:00 A.M.) – 23 (11:00 P.M.). For example, the formula =HOUR(“12:20:17”) returns 12. Syntax HOUR(time) time – The time value from which the hour to extract. Example For more detail, visit Google official website. Related posts: DAYS360 Function in Google […]

DAYS360 Function in Google Sheets

In the financial calculations, the DAYS360 function returns number of total days between two dates based on a 360 day year count. Syntax DAYS360(start_date, end_date, [method]) start_date – Required. The start date to use in the calculation. end_date – Required. The end date to use in the calculation. [method] – Optional. An indicator to describe […]

Excel DATEVALUE Function

Sometimes, when you import data in Excel from an external source or enter a date in a cell that is formatted as text. In result, Excel keeps the date as text formatted and shows as left-aligned in a cell (instead of showing right-aligned). In case, if you do not change the text format, you may […]

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