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shivaniborade
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Beginners guide to count and split text

Hello,

I wanted to know the most efficient way of splitting column " Language of documents to be printed" and counting it.

I tried the Count.List but ive been getting an error. 

The objective is to give a count of each language individually.

Thank you

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amitchandak
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@shivaniborade , A new column in the power query

List.Count(Text.Split([ Language of documents to be printed], ";"))

 

Text.Split: https://youtu.be/Fn5mNEuRNVg

List.Count and List.Distinct: https://youtu.be/zNREVnoAHwM

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@shivaniborade , A new column in the power query

List.Count(Text.Split([ Language of documents to be printed], ";"))

 

Text.Split: https://youtu.be/Fn5mNEuRNVg

List.Count and List.Distinct: https://youtu.be/zNREVnoAHwM

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