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I need to use FILTER() to sum some cells only if two conditions are TRUE. This code works for one condition =sum(filter(H4:H, regexmatch(G4:G, "TextA")) but I can't get it to work on two condition:=sum(filter(H4:H, regexmatch(I4:I, "TextA") + regexmathch(J4:J, "TextB")))

My code should sum all the cells from H(starting in H4) only if in the row, this cell, the column I and J contain TextA and TextB respectively.

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You don't need to use FILTER(), this looks like the perfect case for SUMIFS().

=sumifs(H1:H6, I1:I6, "TextA", J1:J6, "TextB")

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  • Any idea what are the performance differences between sumifs() and sum(filter())? – Yaron Apr 20 at 9:35
  • I haven't tested, but an educated guess would be that sumifs() will be quicker, especially with regexp functions inside of filter() – ttarchala Apr 21 at 11:01
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How about using AND?

=sum(filter(H4:H, AND(regexmatch(I4:I, "TextA"), regexmatch(J4:J, "TextB"))))

Also, filter allows for several conditions.

=sum(filter(H4:H, regexmatch(I4:I, "TextA"), regexmatch(J4:J, "TextB")))
  • In the past AND didn't work with arrays. Did you test it? – Rubén Mar 19 '17 at 15:40
  • @Rubén I must admit that I did not. – SQB Mar 19 '17 at 15:41
  • Google made changes that make that SPLIT work with arrays, so it will be reasonable to make a try with AND – Rubén Mar 19 '17 at 15:44

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