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GoatTracker
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Dynamic Columns

I'm wanting to add about 20 columns to a table (Column1 - Column20) all with the same formula as displayed below, any help will be appreciated. At the moment I'm doing this one line at a time 🤔

 

 

 

Table.AddColumn(#"Expanded Date Dimension1", "Column1", each if [MonthStart]<=0 and [MonthEnd]>=0 then " " else "")

 

 

 

Thanks for you help

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CNENFRNL
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= List.Accumulate({1..20}, #"Expanded Date Dimension1", (s,c) => Table.AddColumn(s, "Column"&Text.From(c), each if [MonthStart]<=0 and [MonthEnd]>=0 then "x" else "y"))

 


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VijayP
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@GoatTracker 

In advanced editor you can paste this code 20 times with different step names  and column names!

 




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