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Use Code from Formula Bar of One Conditional Column To create Other Conditional Columns

Hi Experts,

I have 3 fields in my data from which I want to Create 3 conditional Columns. The Conditions are same for all the 3 conditional columns to be created. I have created a Conditional Column as COLUMN1 as per the picture. Is there a way I can use the code in Formula Bar to create 2 more Conditional Columns from other 2 fields. I don't want to type in Conditions for other 2 Columns but want to use Highlighted code.

Thanks

Deepak

 

DeepakConditional.PNG

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Re: Use Code from Formula Bar of One Conditional Column To create Other Conditional Columns

Hi drrai66,

 

Based on your requirement, you want to add multiple columns in one function, right?

 

To achieve your requirement, you can write a custom function like below:

 

Table.AddColumns = (table as table, addedColumns as list) as table =>

        List.Accumulate(

            addedColumns,

            table,

            (t, d) => Table.AddColumn(t, d{0}, d{1}, d{2}?))

 

The result is like below and you can refer to my PBIX file here:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/4b3hk747pju86h9/For%20drrai66.pbix?dl=0

1.PNG 

 

Regards,

Jimmy Tao

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Use Code from Formula Bar of One Conditional Column To create Other Conditional Columns

Hi drrai66,

 

Based on your requirement, you want to add multiple columns in one function, right?

 

To achieve your requirement, you can write a custom function like below:

 

Table.AddColumns = (table as table, addedColumns as list) as table =>

        List.Accumulate(

            addedColumns,

            table,

            (t, d) => Table.AddColumn(t, d{0}, d{1}, d{2}?))

 

The result is like below and you can refer to my PBIX file here:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/4b3hk747pju86h9/For%20drrai66.pbix?dl=0

1.PNG 

 

Regards,

Jimmy Tao

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