ROMAN() function

Functions Jun 08, 2019

The ROMAN() function is a Math and Trig function that returns the number in form of Roman language. It keeps 2 parameters and they are number and [form].

Where to apply :

This function is used to set bullets in Roman form.

Syntax :

=Roman(number, [form])

Parameters :

number - Any number

[form] - It controls whether the numeral is abbreviated or not.

Example:

1. To get Roman number for number 73.


=ROMAN(73, 0)    // Returns (LXXIII)

It returns LXXIII for number 73.

Excel based example:

Image 1 - ROMAN() function

The ROMAN() function is well explained in above image.

Hope, it would have added in your Excel function knowledge.

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