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What's wrong with

=SUMIF(G1:G10,"DATE(2020,2,18)",J1:J10)

Returns 0, no error

=G1DATE(2020,2,18)

in K1 returns TRUE/FALSE depending on the value in G1; the values in
column G are dates, numeric values nonzero in column J

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Hi,

Am Tue, 6 Oct 2020 19:25:56 -0500 schrieb dpb:

What's wrong with

=SUMIF(G1:G10,"DATE(2020,2,18)",J1:J10)

Returns 0, no error


you must add a function with an ampersand:
=SUMIF(G1:G10,""&DATE(2020,2,18),J1:J10)


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On 10/7/2020 2:44 AM, Claus Busch wrote:
Hi,

Am Tue, 6 Oct 2020 19:25:56 -0500 schrieb dpb:

What's wrong with

=SUMIF(G1:G10,"DATE(2020,2,18)",J1:J10)

Returns 0, no error


you must add a function with an ampersand:
=SUMIF(G1:G10,""&DATE(2020,2,18),J1:J10)


That documented anywhere, Claus?

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Hi Duane.

Am Wed, 7 Oct 2020 06:55:32 -0500 schrieb dpb:

That documented anywhere, Claus?


I didn't see it anywhere.

You don't need the ampersand if you insert the date as string:
Use:
=SUMIF(G1:G10,""&DATE(2020,2,18),J1:J10)
or
=SUMIF(G1:G10,"18.02.2020",J1:J10)


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