I'm looking for a solution if column B is empty, do the calculation with column A (at least one contains a value):
first line: amount b does not containts a value so amount a multiply factor
second line: amount b contains a value so amount b multiply factor
third line: both contains a value, but since amount b containts a value, amount b multiply factor
I had the following solution but outcome is not as expected:
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@joep78 Add a new column in your table:
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@joep78 try adding new column with this expression:
SWITCH ( TRUE(),
Table[Amount B] <> BLANK() && Table[Amount A] <> BLANK(), Table[Amount B] * Table[Factor],
Table[Amount B] == BLANK(), Table[Amount A] * Table[Factor],
Table[Amount A] == BLANK(), Table[Amount B] * Table[Factor]
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Sometimes it is more effective to use [aaccount]="" instead of ISBLANK
Also, I would use SWITCH(TRUE()...) statement instead of nested IF statements.
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Thanks for this solution, added the new column and every line contains a value now, thanks!
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