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Integer from ParseJSON

Hi Everyone, 

 

I'm building a flow that takes data from one excel spreadsheet, looks at a second and if the info on the last line is different then adds a row.  I have got everything working and have been able to isolate the identifying data that's needed, but I can't figure out how to move it from a string to an integer so the compare function can use it.  

I know it will be with Compare and Integer, but I can't figure out how to write it so it works.  This is what I have so far:

Screenshot 2020-10-29 111322.jpg

 Thanks in advance!

Stephen

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Hi @SteTaylor 

 

Place your cursor inside the integer input and on your right hand side you can see Dynamic and Expression. Click expression. Type int() and place your cursor inside the two brackets of int() function. Next click dynamic and map the variable. Finally click ok.

 

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Super User III
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Hi @SteTaylor 

 

Place your cursor inside the integer input and on your right hand side you can see Dynamic and Expression. Click expression. Type int() and place your cursor inside the two brackets of int() function. Next click dynamic and map the variable. Finally click ok.

 

Thanks



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I knew it would end up being something ridiculously simple - thank you so much!

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