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Power Apps : Filter VS Search VS LookUp functions

Filter function in Microsoft POWER APPS : The Filter function finds records in a table that satisfy a formula. Use Filter to find a set of records that match one or more criteria and to discard those that don’t. Lookup  function in Microsoft POWER APPS :The LookUp function finds the first record in a table that satisfies a formula. … Continue reading Power Apps : Filter VS Search VS…

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Power Apps : Filter VS Search VS LookUp functions – All About Microsoft Dynamics

Filter function in Microsoft POWER APPS : The Filter function finds records in a table that satisfy a formula. Use Filter to find a set of records that match one or more criteria and to discard those that don’t. Lookup function in Microsoft POWER APPS :The LookUp function finds the first record in a table that satisfies a formula.

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