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Help with using visible IF function for two values

Hello,

 

I have a "choice" datacard value field that has three options. The selectable choices are as follows:

No
Standard Depth/Velocity Confirmation
Full Velocity Profile (Flow >5in / 12.7cm)

 

I am trying to get a portion of my form to visible if EITHER "Standard Depth/Velocity Confirmation" OR "Full Velocity Profile (Flow >5in / 12.7cm)" is selected.

 

I am having trouble getting this functionality. So far I have tried the following:

If((DataCardValue36.Selected.Value = "Standard Depth/Velocity Confirmation") && (DataCardValue36.Selected.Value = Full Velocity Profile (Flow >5in / 12.7cm)), true, false)

 This results in the portion of the form not being visible at all and does not change for either option. Am I doing something obvious wrong? Thanks for any help in advance. 

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@SamR 

Try

If((DataCardValue36.SelectedItem <> "No", true, false)

 

 

Thanks @Eelman  for the input! I gave it a try but unfortunately no luck. I will keep looking for a solution. It can't be that complicated haha. 

@SamR 

In the Visible property of the items in question, you should be able to dispense with the If() function since the statement

 

DataCardValue36.Selected.Value <> "No"

 

reduces to either true or false.   To test  make DataCardValue36.Selected.Value the Text property of a label on the screen and adjust the Visible property accordingly.

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Hi @SamR ,

If following your logic, the formula should look something like this, just need to satisfy one of two conditions.

 

If(DataCardValue36.Selected.Value = "Standard Depth/Velocity Confirmation" || DataCardValue36.Selected.Value = "Full Velocity Profile (Flow >5in / 12.7cm)", true, false)

 

@Drrickryp's code is more concise, the code self returns a boolean value, so IF function is not required, directly check that the "NO" option is not selected.

Hope this helps.

Sik

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