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Contributor II
Contributor II

Multiple Expressions

Hi,

Can we have 2 independent expressions in same edit expression window....

if yes any examples.....

Please let me know

Thanks....

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Champion III
Champion III

Can you explain what you're trying to achieve?

Master II
Master II

see tis,

2 expr.PNG

Contributor II
Contributor II

I am actually trying to put expression into calculation condition in general tab in chart properties.

I display data in pivot table based on if condition.

Here, i need to check if to any expression is <> 0 then error message should display

Champion III
Champion III

It is one expression

Champion III
Champion III

It is one expression

Expression1<>0 and Expression2<>0

Master II
Master II

ya ,but both are independent expressions..is't not right?

Champion III
Champion III

Nope

They are part of one expression in this case