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Hi *,

On Thu, May 7, 2020 at 8:20 AM <> wrote:
The error in nl is the translation of ISSER and ISERROR. In Dutch they
are both ISFOUT.
I do not understand why there are two differend items for that.

Well, if in doubt it is always compatibility or historical reasons.

What is the difference between ISSER and ISERROR?

 The two functions differ in how the #N/A status is treated.


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