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The ISBLANK function verifies whether a cell is devoid of content. If the cell is empty, it will generate TRUE as the result; otherwise, it will yield FALSE.

Typically, the ISBLANK function is utilized in conjunction with the IF function to examine whether a specific cell is empty and execute a distinct calculation based on the result.

For instance, we can instruct Excel to verify if a designated cell is blank. If it is, the function will output "The cell is empty." Otherwise, it will display "This cell is not empty."

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