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6DiegoDiego9
Helper I
Helper I

Scroll to the 800000th row in Power Query Editor

The following M line is (wrongly) not cutting any row at the end of my source with about 800000 rows: 
= Table.FirstN(#"Trimma il ""1"" finale dalle instestazioni",each List.NonNullCount(Record.ToList(_))>0)

I need to see the last rows of my source to understand what's wrong (what changed...) in my source.

 

How can I do?

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Vijay_A_Verma
Super User
Super User

1. Go to Transform tab - Reverse Rows

This will put your last rows on top and you can do the analysis.

After your analysis is over, then delete the Reverse Rows step.

 

2. Another way is issue this statement

=Table.LastN(#"Your previous step",10)

10 means that it will display your last 10 rows. You can replace 10 with whatever no.

 

3. Another way is insert an Index column. Then you can filter on this Index. 

 

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Vijay_A_Verma
Super User
Super User

1. Go to Transform tab - Reverse Rows

This will put your last rows on top and you can do the analysis.

After your analysis is over, then delete the Reverse Rows step.

 

2. Another way is issue this statement

=Table.LastN(#"Your previous step",10)

10 means that it will display your last 10 rows. You can replace 10 with whatever no.

 

3. Another way is insert an Index column. Then you can filter on this Index. 

 

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