# Manuals/calci/UNITADD

**UNITADD(a,b)**

- where and are two numbers to be added.

## Description

- This function gives the total sum value of two numbers.
- The numbers can be or .
- We can give any cell references like column or row number, logical values like true or false, or a result from any other functions in Arguments.
- Even if more than two numbers are entered as argument, only first two numbers get added.
- For arguments other than numbers, constant or logical values, Calci gives an error message.

## ZOS

- The syntax is to calculate SUM is ZOS is
- and are two numbers to be added.

## Examples

- UNITADD(40,10) = 50
- UNITADD(-90,-70) = -160
- UNITADD(true,true) = 2
- UNITADD(3.234, 1.42) = 4.654
- UNITADD(10,20,5,5) = 30 (Here only first two numbers get added)
- a=4 ; b=6 ; UNITADD(a,b) = 10

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