What's the purpose of ISBLANK or NOT(ISBLANK

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Pretty simple and quick question.

Why would I use an ISBLANK formula, instead of just adding ="" in a logical expression? Or why would I use NOT(ISBLANK instead of <>"" in a logical expression? Maybe because it's easier to interpret if ISBLANK or NOT(ISBLANK is used?

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