# ISERR

Formulas / ISERR
Test for any error but #N/A.
`TRUE`
• value - the value to test

## Examples

• `ISERR(Scratch.X1)`

The ISERR function returns TRUE if an argument references an error value, such as #VALUE!. For example, this returns TRUE because the #VALUE! error is recognized by the ISERR function.

• `ISERR(Scratch.A1)`

The ISERR function does not recognize all errors. For example, this returns FALSE because the #N/A! error is not recognized by the ISERR function.

## Summary

The ISERR function is used in formulas that refer to the value of another cell. It checks for errors and returns a logical value of TRUE or FALSE depending on the result.

• ISERR takes one argument, called 'value', which is usually a cell number.
• ISERR returns TRUE for any error type, except for the #N/A error.

## Frequently Asked Questions

What is the ISERR function?
The ISERR function is a function in Sourcetable which is used to test the outcome of a calculation. It returns TRUE if the value argument is not a reference to an empty cell, and FALSE if the value argument is a reference to an empty cell.
What is the purpose of the ISERR function?
The ISERR function is used to test the outcome of a calculation in Sourcetable. It can also be used to locate errors in formulas.
How does the ISERR function work?
The ISERR function returns TRUE if the value argument is not a reference to an empty cell. It returns FALSE if the value argument is a reference to an empty cell. The function works with double quotation marks to make numbers look like text.
What are some examples of using the ISERR function?
• Checking if a formula's output is an error.
• Checking if a cell is blank or has an error.
• Testing the outcome of an equation.
• Identifying errors in a formula.
• Checking if a result is a number or an error.