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Helper I
Helper I

How to change coma into point ?

Hi everyone,

 

I would like to create a map with a precise position using Location.Latitude and Location.Longitude, the issue is my PowerApps is in french so the coordinate appears like "48,8891395" so when I clicked on my image control to go to Google Map it says that there is no place found beacause of ",".

 

If I put "." manually it works, I would like to "convert" my "," into ".". How is it possible ? 

 

I tried this formula "Text(Location.Longitude;"[$-en]")&"."&Text(Mod(Location.Longitude;1)*1000000;"[$-en]")" but the coordinate change to "48,8891395" to "49.889119" why that change ? 

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Re: How to change coma into point ?

@Asy 

You might look at the substitute function for this.

 

Substitute(Text(Location.Longitude), ",", ".")

I hope that is a quick help for you.

 

EDIT: that was assuming that the value in your longitute is with the comas.

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Re: How to change coma into point ?

@Asy 

You might look at the substitute function for this.

 

Substitute(Text(Location.Longitude), ",", ".")

I hope that is a quick help for you.

 

EDIT: that was assuming that the value in your longitute is with the comas.

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Helper I
Helper I

Re: How to change coma into point ?

@RandyHayes ,

 

Thank you ! It's working great 🙂

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