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Following symbols are used in Excel Formula. They will perform different actions in Excel Formulas and Functions. Each of these special characters have used for different purpose in Excel.

Symbol | Name | Description |
---|---|---|

= | Equal to | Every Excel Formula begins with Equal to symbol (=). Example: |

() | Parentheses | All Arguments of the Excel Functions specified between the Parentheses. Example: |

() | Parentheses | Expressions specified in the Parentheses will be evaluated first. Parentheses changes the order of the evaluation in Excel Formula. Example: |

* | Asterisk | Wild card operator to to denote all values in a List. Example: |

, | Comma | List of the Arguments of a Function Separated by Comma in Excel Formula. Example: |

& | Ampersand | Concatenate Operator to connect two strings into one in Excel Formula. Example: |

$ | Dollar | Makes Cell Reference as Absolute in Excel Formula. Example: C$25) |

! | Exclamation | Sheet Names and Table Names Followed by ! Symbol in Excel Formula. Example: |

[] | Square Brackets | Uses to refer the Field Name of the Table (List Object) in Excel Formula. Example: |

{} | Curly Brackets | Denote the Array formula in Excel. Example: |

: | Colon | Creates references to all cells between two references. Example: C25) |

, | Comma | Union Operator will combine the multiple references into One. Example: |

(space) | Space | Intersection Operator will create common reference of two references. Example: |

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