"Microsoft Excel interprets a blank cell as zero, and not as empty or blank."

blank != blank

official: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us...
Thanks MS

  • 2
    There was a saying about Excel being a corporate equivalent of an Arduino.

    It's not the best for the job, it's not the most powerful, but it's so universal, widespread and available, that it's often the "go-to" platform.
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    Yup, strict types don’t exactly exist in excel.

    Like other loosely typed languages of its time, Falsely can be hard to master.
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