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s_kula
Helper I
Helper I

How to extract the 2nd and 3rd date value from the table

Hello, I need to find 2 date string value. I created a table that sorts the dates in descending order:

=RANKX(RELATEDTABLE('pz database'),'pz database'[TrE_DataDok];;DESC;Skip)

however, I don't know what function I can extract the 2nd and 3rd date value from the table.

Anyone able to help?

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FreemanZ
Super User
Super User

hi @s_kula 

try like:

EXCEPT(

   TOPN(3,  ),

   TOPN(1,  )

)

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FreemanZ
Super User
Super User

hi @s_kula 

try like:

EXCEPT(

   TOPN(3,  ),

   TOPN(1,  )

)

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