Power Pivot Principles: The A to Z of DAX Functions – FALSE
31 October 2023
In our long-established Power Pivot Principles articles, we continue our series on the A to Z of Data Analysis eXpression (DAX) functions. This week, we look at FALSE.
The FALSE function
The FALSE function is one of the logical functions which return the logical value FALSE. It has the following syntax:
The FALSE function has no argument. Don’t argue with me.
It should be noted that the word FALSE is also interpreted as the logical value FALSE.
Please consider the following example where we test the FALSE function in the following DAX code as follows:
It will result in the following table:
Come back next week for our next post on Power Pivot in the Blog section. In the meantime, please remember we have training in Power Pivot which you can find out more about here. If you wish to catch up on past articles in the meantime, you can find all of our Past Power Pivot blogs here.