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Simply type =XOR to utilise the XOR function, and Excel will prompt you to insert logical statements. You may also give it an array of true/false values to work with. The reference range that we require in the video, for example, is (A2=A$2:A2).

The XOR Function was added to Excel 2013 and may be found in the Excel Logical Functions section. It's a "exclusive OR" logical function. The XOR function returns TRUE if one of two logical statements is true and FALSE if both statements are true for two provided logical statements.

In Excel, a logical operator is used to compare two values. Because the result of a comparison in any given scenario can only be TRUE or FALSE, logical operators are also known as Boolean operators.

The XOR Function was added to Excel 2013 and may be found in the Excel Logical Functions section. It's a "exclusive OR" logical function. The XOR function returns TRUE if one of two logical statements is true and FALSE if both statements are true for two provided logical statements.

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