I ran into a circumstance where I needed the following Excel function:
=IFERROR(value, value_if_error, value_if_no_error)
In other words, I'm seeking an else-clause IFERROR() method.
The problem is, you could theoretically do it like this:
But what if function() could result in an error value? IFERROR() would be unable to be used since, for example, function() returns a string that may include anything, including an empty string, but also an error.