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Here is an example:-
We have to calculate result on the basis of marks.
1. Select answer range and click in formula bar
2. Type following formula
=if(d5:D9>=40,"Passed","Failed")
3. Now Press CTRL+SHIFT+Enter key
4. Observe the result in answer range and formula in formula bar, notice { } braces come automatically when we press CTRL+SHIFT+Enter key for an array.
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