## formula

Returns m raised to the nth power.
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Returns the absolute value of the Number n.
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Returns the absolute value of d.
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Returns the date which is m months after the given date d, with the same day number. If the day doesn't exist in that month, the last day of that month is returned.
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Returns the date which is y years after the given date d, with the same month and day. If the day doesn't exist in that month, the last day of that month is returned.
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Returns true if a and b are both true, otherwise returns false. Use this operator to link conditions together.
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Returns true if x is less than y, otherwise returns false. x and y must be the same type. For Numbers, the comparison is numerical. For Durations, the comparison is done using length of time represented. For Text, the comparison is done by alphabetical sort order. For Dates and Date/Time values, the comparison is done by chronological order. For Booleans, false is less than true.
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Returns true if x is less than or equal to y, otherwise returns false. x and y must be the same type. For Numbers, the comparison is numerical. For Durations, the comparison is done using length of time represented. For Text, the comparison is done by alphabetical sort order. For Dates and Date/Time values, the comparison is done by chronological order. For Booleans, false is less than true.
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Returns true if x is not equal to y, otherwise returns false. x and y must be the same type. As with most other functions, null argument values produce a null result, so it is not possible to test for null with this operator. To test for null, use IsNull() instead.
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Returns true if x is equal to y, otherwise returns false. x and y must be the same type. As with most other functions, null argument values produce a null result, so it is not possible to test for null with this operator. To test for null, use IsNull() instead.
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