@Krishna98 

Yes of course Krishna!  This is the one line of code that you must understand how-it-works in order to understand the rest

Concat(Sort(Split(Value, ";"), Result, Ascending),Result & ";")

 

What does it do?  It attacks the main problem: you want to remove the duplicates but the pairing could be in any-order.  We need the order to be alphabetical (A-to-Z) instead.

"Nintex; SharePoint"
"SharePoint; Nintex"
"SharePoint; Power Platform"

 

This code breaks the text-strings into tables.

Code:
Split(Value, ";")

Output:
{Result: ["Nintex", "SharePoint"]}, {Result: ["SharePoint", "Nintex"]}, {Result: ["SharePoint", "Power Platform"]} 

 

 

Then we sort the tables.

Code:
Sort(Split(Value, ";"), Result, Ascending)

Output:
{Result: ["Nintex", "SharePoint"]}, {Result: ["Nintex", "SharePoint"]}, {Result: ["Nintex", "Power Platform"]} 

 

And change them back into a text-string

Code:
Concat(Sort(Split(Value, ";"), Result, Ascending),Result & ";")

Output:
{Result: ["Nintex", "SharePoint"]}, {Result: ["Nintex", "SharePoint"], {Result: ["Nintex", "Power Platform"]} 

 

Now we can remove the duplicates because we know the order will be the same.

Code:
Distinct(
    AddColumns(
        myCollection,
        "SortedValues", Concat(Sort(Split(Value, ";"), Result, Ascending),Result & ";")
    ), 
    SortedValues
)

Output:
{Result: ["Nintex", "SharePoint"]}, {Result: ["Nintex", "Power Platform"]} 

 

 

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