FALSE

Returns the logical value FALSE.

Syntax

FALSE()  

Return value

Always FALSE.

Remarks

The word FALSE is also interpreted as the logical value FALSE.

Example

The formula returns the logical value FALSE when the value in the column, 'InternetSales_USD'[SalesAmount_USD], is less than or equal to 200000.

The following table shows the results when the example formula is used with 'ProductCategory'[ProductCategoryName] in Row Labels and 'DateTime'[CalendarYear] in Column Labels.

True-False Column Labels
Row Labels 2005 2006 2007 2008 Grand Total
Accessories FALSE FALSE TRUE TRUE FALSE TRUE
Bikes TRUE TRUE TRUE TRUE FALSE TRUE
Clothing FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE TRUE
Components FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE
FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE
Grand Total TRUE TRUE TRUE TRUE FALSE TRUE
=IF(SUM('InternetSales_USD'[SalesAmount_USD]) >200000, TRUE(), false())  

See also

TRUE function (DAX)
NOT function (DAX)
IF function (DAX)
DAX function reference