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Functions

Functions can be used in Formulas to perform simple or complex calculations. You can create a formula with a function that obtains its argument from the result of other functions. A function that is used as an argument is called a nested function. A formula can contain up to seven levels of nested functions.

This document lists the supported functions grouped by the following categories:

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