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How to: Use Functions and Nested Functions in Formulas

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A complete sample project is available in the DevExpress Code Examples database at http://www.devexpress.com/example=E4339.

This example demonstrates how to use predefined functions in formulas to perform simple or complex calculations over arguments. Set the Range.Formula property to a formula. Follow the rules below to create a formula that uses a function.

  1. Start a formula with the "=" sign, as you usually do when creating a formula.
  2. Type the function name.
  3. Type the function arguments in parentheses. Arguments can be numbers, text and logical values, cell references and names, or other functions.

The image below shows cells with formulas using different functions (the workbook is opened in Microsoft® Excel®).

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