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Anonymous
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DAX Replace with wildcards

CustomerPrice
Costco USA754
Walmart MX365
Kenny's USA956
Freddy's457

 

From the table above I need to replace the whole cell value for only those that contain the word "USA" to "Offboarded" so I can end up with a table like this

 

CustomerPrice
Offboarded754
Walmart MX365
Offboarded956
Freddy's457

 

I have looked into DAX's "Replace" and "substitute" but cannot make it work for this particular scenario where I believe the usage of *wildcards* may be required.

 

Any suggestions are truly appreciated.

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , Try a new column like

if(search("USA",[Customer],,0) >0, "Offboarded",[Customer])

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , Try a new column like

if(search("USA",[Customer],,0) >0, "Offboarded",[Customer])

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