ISODD

Returns a Boolean value (TRUE or FALSE) which determine whether a number an odd number (not divisible by 2) or not.

TRUE means the number is an odd number, and vice versa.

Syntax

ISODD(Number)

Number the number to be considered.

Example

ISODD(2000) returns FALSE
ISODD(2001) returns TRUE

Note

The ISODD function can analysis number input in the range:
- 2,147,483,648 < Number < 2,147,483,648

If a non-whole number is input into the function, for example 13.5, the integral part will be considered:

ISODD(13.5) returns TRUE , because the function considers the integral part, which is 13.

If a non-numeric value is input into the function, it will return an error:

ISODD(“abc”) returns “#VALUE!”.