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Need help to use ForALL to duplicate records and patch into Excel

Hello I am creating an app to use so when people put in a certain amount of tickets into a basket it duplicates their name the amount of times they have on the label into that specific basket excel sheet so I can randomly pick from that excel table later. My issue is how do I go about using ForALL to create the loop and duplicate their record x amount of times they have for that basket? Don't mind the instructions I need to fix the graphics.

 

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RandyHayes
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@Anonymous 

You can make use of the Sequence function to create a table of sequential values.

So, for example:

   ForAll(Sequence(yourValue), <do something here>)

Will produce an execution of the <do something here> for the amount of values in your yourValue.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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RandyHayes
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@Anonymous 

You can make use of the Sequence function to create a table of sequential values.

So, for example:

   ForAll(Sequence(yourValue), <do something here>)

Will produce an execution of the <do something here> for the amount of values in your yourValue.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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