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Conditional logic help for integer and character?

Hi!

 

This sounds like a simple fix but I can't find the solution anywhere. I want to write a conditional if statment based on the machine codes in our plant. For example if the machine code is a numeral and a character (ex: "4H") I want it to print a specific name. But i only want this to hapen is the first character is a number and the second character is a letter.

 

Thanks in advance for your help!

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Fowmy
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@Anonymous 

Try as a new column in Power Query, Adjust your Column Name, mine is Custom

=Value.FromText(Text.Start([Custom],1)) is number and Value.FromText(Text.Middle([Custom],1,1)) is text

 

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Fowmy
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@Anonymous 

Try as a new column in Power Query, Adjust your Column Name, mine is Custom

=Value.FromText(Text.Start([Custom],1)) is number and Value.FromText(Text.Middle([Custom],1,1)) is text

 

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