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Max Name Items

I have an Excel form like this


ID | Names | Items

1 | Jack | 17

2 | Tim | 40

3 | Tim | 56

4 | Jack | 34

5 | Jack | 12

6 | Tim | 97

 

and I want to set Jack's least amount of items to a variable but I can't get the code right.
Set(leastAmountOfItems,min(lookup(Table1,Names = jack)),Items) or something like this.

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mdevaney
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@Anonymous 

Like this...

Set(leastAmountOfItems,Min(Filter(Table1,Names = "Jack"),Items))

 

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Anonymous
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nope didn't work says:

Behavior function in a non-behavior property. You can't use this property to change values elsewhere in the app.

 

Also, will this work if "item" is "price"? example: 12.57

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@Anonymous 

 

Alternatively just put this code in the Text property without SET

 

Min(Filter(Table1,Names = "Jack"),Items)

 

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@Anonymous 

Suggest you make another post since I might not be able to answer promptly.

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mdevaney
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@Anonymous 

Like this...

Set(leastAmountOfItems,Min(Filter(Table1,Names = "Jack"),Items))

 

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Anonymous
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nope didn't work says:

Behavior function in a non-behavior property. You can't use this property to change values elsewhere in the app.

 

Also, will this work if "item" is "price"? example: 12.57

@Anonymous 

It works.  You are getting an error because you can only put it in the properties OnSelect, OnVisible, OnChange, OnStart.

 

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@Anonymous 

 

Alternatively just put this code in the Text property without SET

 

Min(Filter(Table1,Names = "Jack"),Items)

 

Anonymous
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I put it in a Lable > text 

Anonymous
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Thanks your the best 😄

Anonymous
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can i ask another question here or do i need to make another post?

@Anonymous 

Suggest you make another post since I might not be able to answer promptly.

Anonymous
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