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Re: Performing a FOR loop in PowerApps

True. And you wouldn't necessarily need to bother with incrementing since you already have the loop number to either use or operate on. Of course a count table inside the loop would work too.  You could use the below code (with what I posted earlier) to make your number list real quick.




Collect(countTable, {nextNum: 0});

ForAll(FirstN(alongtable, 10),


{nextNum: Value(Last(countTable).nextNum) + 1}))



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Re: Performing a FOR loop in PowerApps



I have similar kind of requirement to find users consecutive months.


We have a table in sharepoint that have ID,Name,Months column.


Let say find the 5 consecutive month of users but always value should dynamic .


please suggest can we apply loop>

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