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Count - Radio Buttons that return a value - on the form/app - before submitting - just like InfoPath

Hi,

How do I go about counting 160 Radio buttons to see if they have a value in an app - real time or close to it - as it is filled out? - like before it is submitted/uploaded

Yes/No/NA

In InfoPath we can use count(), but powerapps does it differently?

 

Say I have an audit form with 16 sections 1.0 thru 16.0.

Radio Buttons rbtn1_1, rbtn1_2 ......... rbtn16_10

Radio Button can have a value of Yes/No/NA.

 

I wish to be able in real time, or button push show the user how many sections / radio buttons have been selected, less those that are not applicable (NA) and are "Yes" as a percentage of the total selected. That value is also stored on the form.

Count those that have a value.

Count how many are NA

Count how many are yes

Then create a percentage.

 

But have to start where?

A collection?

 

Where does one start?

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HadynM
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Continued Contributor

Hi @Anonymous 

 

With only knowing what you have posted, start with a collection.

ClearCollect(
    colAuditQuestions,
    {
        Section: 1,
        Question: 1,
        QuestionText: "Question goes here",
        Answer: "NA"
    },
    {
        Section: 1,
        Question: 2,
        QuestionText: "Question goes here",
        Answer: "NA"
    },
    {
        Section: 1,
        Question: 3,
        QuestionText: "Question goes here",
        Answer: "NA"
    },
    ...,
    {
        Section: 1,
        Question: 10,
        QuestionText: "Question goes here",
        Answer: "NA"
    }
)

Then add a gallery to a page connected to this collection.
Add the appropriate controls to allow the users to answer the questions.
The radio control OnChange = Patch(colAuditQuestions,ThisItem,{Answer:Radio2.Selected.Value})
Then add some controls that show the stats you want for the summary as per below.
sample.JPG

Hope that helps get you started.

Cheers Hadyn

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HadynM
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Continued Contributor

Hi @Anonymous 

 

With only knowing what you have posted, start with a collection.

ClearCollect(
    colAuditQuestions,
    {
        Section: 1,
        Question: 1,
        QuestionText: "Question goes here",
        Answer: "NA"
    },
    {
        Section: 1,
        Question: 2,
        QuestionText: "Question goes here",
        Answer: "NA"
    },
    {
        Section: 1,
        Question: 3,
        QuestionText: "Question goes here",
        Answer: "NA"
    },
    ...,
    {
        Section: 1,
        Question: 10,
        QuestionText: "Question goes here",
        Answer: "NA"
    }
)

Then add a gallery to a page connected to this collection.
Add the appropriate controls to allow the users to answer the questions.
The radio control OnChange = Patch(colAuditQuestions,ThisItem,{Answer:Radio2.Selected.Value})
Then add some controls that show the stats you want for the summary as per below.
sample.JPG

Hope that helps get you started.

Cheers Hadyn

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