Convert an octal number to a decimal number.

`=OCT2DEC(number)`

- number - required, octal number to convert

`=OCT2DEC("10")`

The OCT2DEC function can be used to convert octal numbers to decimal numbers. For example, this will return the decimal result of 1.

`=OCT2DEC("22")`

The function can also be used with longer octal numbers. For example, this will return the decimal result of 2.

`=OCT2DEC("0000000010")`

The octal number does not need to be preceded by a number of zeroes. For example, this will return the decimal result of 10.

`=OCT2DEC("7777777770")`

The function can also handle octal numbers with many digits. For example, this will return the decimal result of 77.

`=OCT2DEC("355")`

The function can also handle octal numbers with three or fewer digits. For example, this will return the decimal result of "355".

OCT2DEC is a function that converts an octal number to a decimal number. It requires a number argument, which is the octal number to be converted.

- The OCT2DEC function takes a single number argument, which is the octal number to convert.
- The OCT2DEC function returns a decimal number.
- The number argument is required for the function to work.

The OCT2DEC function is a built-in function in Sourcetable that is used to convert an octal number to a decimal number.

The OCT2DEC function takes a number argument which is the octal number to convert.

Yes, the number argument is required for the OCT2DEC function to work.

The OCT2DEC function returns the decimal equivalent of the given octal number.

The OCT2DEC function returns a #NUM! error if the number argument is not a valid octal number.

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