Test if a value is even.

`ISEVEN(number)`

- number - required argument to test

`=ISEVEN(4)`

The ISEVEN function returns a logical value (TRUE or FALSE) based on the value of a given number. In this example, the number 4 is the argument given to the function. Since 4 is an even number, the function returns TRUE.

`=ISEVEN(0)`

The same principle applies to the number 0. Since 0 is an even number, the function returns TRUE.

`=ISEVEN(3)`

In this example, the number 3 is the argument given to the function. Since 3 is an odd number, the function returns FALSE.

The ISEVEN function is a useful tool for determining whether a number is even or odd. It returns TRUE if the number is even and FALSE if the number is odd.

- The ISEVEN function will check whether the value inserted is even or odd, returning either TRUE or FALSE.
- If the number inserted is even, then the ISEVEN function will return TRUE.
- If the number inserted is odd, then the ISEVEN function will return FALSE.

The ISEVEN function is a logical function used in Sourcetable. It is used to test whether a number is even or odd.

The ISEVEN function takes a number as an argument and returns the logical value TRUE if the number is even, or FALSE if the number is odd.

The ISEVEN function only tests if the number is an integer. It cannot test decimal numbers, fractions, or other types of numbers.

The syntax for the ISEVEN function is as follows:

- ISEVEN(number)

Yes, the ISEVEN function can be used with cell references. For example, if the number is stored in cell A1, the formula should be written as â€œISEVEN(A1)â€.

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