To count numerical values.

`=COUNT(value1, [value2], ...)`

- value1 - an item, cell, reference, or range
- value2, ... - [OPTIONAL] items, cell references, or ranges. Up to 255 total arguments accepted.

`=COUNT(1,2,3) // returns 3`

The COUNT function returns the number of values in a given range. In this example, the range is 1,2,3 and the function returns 3 because there are three values in the range.

`=COUNT(1,"a","b") // returns 1`

The COUNT function returns the number of values in a given range. In this example, the range is 1,"a","b" and the function returns 1 because there is only one numeric value in the range.

`=COUNT("apple",100,125,100,"orange") // returns 3`

The COUNT function returns the number of values in a given range. In this example, the range is "apple",100,125,100,"orange" and the function returns 3 because there are three numeric values in the range.

`=COUNT(A1:A10) // returns the count of the numbers in A1:A10`

The COUNT function returns the number of values in a given range. In this example, the range is A1:A10.

The COUNT function is a versatile function that can be used to count the number of cells or arrays of numbers.

- The COUNT function returns the count of numerical values in the arguments of the function
- COUNT takes multiple arguments in the form value1, value2, value3, etc.
- The arguments can be hardcoded values, cell references, or ranges. Up to 255 arguments may be provided.
- COUNT counts all types of numbers, including negative numbers, percentages, dates, times, fractions, and formulas returning numbers.
- COUNT ignores empty cells and text values, as well as logical values (TRUE and FALSE).
- Dates and times are numbers, so they are included in COUNT.

The COUNT function is a function that counts cells with numeric values.

The COUNT function returns a total count of the specified numeric values. It only counts cells with numeric data.

The COUNT function returns the total count of numeric values only.

The COUNT function works on any range of cells.

Use COUNTBLANK instead of COUNT to count cells that are blank or empty. Use COUNT if you want to only count cells that have numbers as values.

COUNT is similar other functions like COUNTA, COUNTIF, COUNTBLANK, and COUNTIFS.

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