Formally, the ‘TRUE’ and ‘FALSE’ functions are called Boolean logic.
Boolean logic is derived from the binary logic of 1 and 0 where TRUE is 1 (one) and FALSE is 0 (zero).
As their name implies, the functions return the logical values of TRUE and FALSE.
Since these functions return the values TRUE and FALSE, there’s really no need for parameters.
In truth, there’s no need to use these functions in normal circumstances.
Their value lies in their binary equivalent, one (1) and zero (0).
Because of that, these functions are usually integrated into larger formulas to make calculations.