1. Calculation functions
2. All Functions
3. Logical Functions
4. OR Tests to see if any of two or more conditions is met.

## Syntax

`x>1000 OR y>1000`

Boolean TRUE where either x or y is greater than 1000.

`E = OR(A, B, C, D)`

E is true if any one of A or B or C or D is true.

## Format

Input Format Output Format

x: Boolean

y: Boolean

Boolean

## Arguments

The function uses the following arguments:

`x>1000 OR y>1000`

x: Boolean: Expression that equates to a Boolean result.

y: Boolean: Expression that equates to a Boolean result.

`E = OR(A, B, C, D)`

E: Boolean: Expression that equates to a Boolean result.

A: Boolean: Expression that equates to a Boolean result.

B: Boolean: Expression that equates to a Boolean result.

C: Boolean: Expression that equates to a Boolean result.

D: Boolean: Expression that equates to a Boolean result.

## Constraints

The function has no constraints.

## Example

`x > 1000 OR y >1000`

the result is a Boolean check box that's TRUE if either x or y is greater than 1000.

`E = OR(A, B, C, D)`

E is a Boolean check box that's TRUE if any one of A, B, C, or D is true.