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smartin
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Can I do a range?

Hi guys

 

I'm trying to have this label be visible but only for values of another label if they are between 0 and 50. 

 

Here's the coding that I have but I can't figure out how to make it disappear once it hits 0. 

If(Value(Lable1.Text)<=50, true, false) 

 

The coding that I have works until my countdown of hours hits 0. 

 

Any ideas? 

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Re: Can I do a range?

@smartin 

If I understand what you're asking for, you want to have the label be visible if the number is 0 or greater and 50 or less.

If so, then your visible Formula will be this:

((Value(Label1.Text)>=0) && (Value(Label1.Text)<=50))

If the number is less than 0 or greater than 50, it will not be visible.

 

I hope that helps you.

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PowerApps Staff CarlosFigueira
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Re: Can I do a range?

Hi @smartin ,

You can use the And operator to have the two conditions for the visibility:

If(0 < Value(Label1.Text) And Value(Lable1.Text) <= 50, true, false)

Or simplified as

0 < Value(Label1.Text) And Value(Lable1.Text) <= 50

Hope this helps!

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Re: Can I do a range?

@smartin 

If I understand what you're asking for, you want to have the label be visible if the number is 0 or greater and 50 or less.

If so, then your visible Formula will be this:

((Value(Label1.Text)>=0) && (Value(Label1.Text)<=50))

If the number is less than 0 or greater than 50, it will not be visible.

 

I hope that helps you.

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Digging it? - Click on the Thumbs Up. Solved your problem? - Click on Accept as Solution. Others seeking the same answers will be happy you did.

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