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Helper II
Helper II

How to make a [for (int i = 0; i < max); i++)] construction?

Hello, colleagues!

 

I'm trying to make a loop, where "i" (counter) will be an integer variable.

 

So, I've initialized a variable (max_anount_of_rangs):

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Created "Apply for each" action:

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And I have an error:

The execution of template action 'Apply_to_each' failed: the result of the evaluation of 'foreach' expression '@variables('max_amount_of_rangs')' is of type 'Integer'. The result must be a valid array.

 

Is it possible somehow to do this action without an array?

 

Thanks in advance!

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DamoBird365
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @Smarty_ 

 

You can do this in 1 action. A select. The input is range(0,i)

then in the select, choose text mode and insert your object with item().

 

Damien

Please consider accepting my answer as a solution if it helps to solve your problem.

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DamoBird365
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @Smarty_ 

 

You can do this in 1 action. A select. The input is range(0,i)

then in the select, choose text mode and insert your object with item().

 

Damien

Please consider accepting my answer as a solution if it helps to solve your problem.

Cheers
Damien

Please take a look and subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more Power Platform ideas and concepts, or take a look at my website. Thanks

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