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I don't know why I have so much trouble with these; can somebody help?

I need it "with" and "without" the evaluate:

"= evaluate(if(py!0" & i6 & "<constants!$T$4 & ", 1, 0)")
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What is the formula?
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for Row 10 it would look like:

=evaluate(if(py10<Constants$T$4, 1, 0)

for Row 10 it would look like:

=evaluate(if(py11<Constants$T$4, 1, 0)

and so on....

i6 can equal i for simplicity.

thanks,
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Evaluate and Constants are not Excel functions.

"=evaluate(if(py10<Constants$T$4, 1, 0)"
"=evaluate(if(py11<Constants$T$4, 1, 0)"
"=evaluate(if(py10" & i & "<constants!$T$4, 1, 0)" 

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