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Excel formula based on a Null Value

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I need a formulas that will pick up a cell value if a cell is blank. Below is example

Cell A1 is Blank Cell B1 has a value of 5 in Cell C3 I want a formula that will add B1 if A1 is blank. So if cell A1 is blank, I would get the value of 5 in C3. If A1 is equal to 1, I would get a zero or false in C3.

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=IF(ISBLANK(A1),B1,0)
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