InfoPath 2010 functions within functions in a formula
Learn how you can use the translate and substring functions within the concat function to capitalize the first character of a string.
You can use functions within formulas in InfoPath to construct business logic. Formulas can be used in Action rules, but also in conditions that are specified on rules (Action, Validation, and Formatting rules).
Functions return results, and these results can be passed to other functions. Therefore, you can call functions within other functions in InfoPath, thereby making a formula as easy or as complex as you like.
The following InfoPath video shows you how you can use the substring and translate functions within the concat function to construct a formula that capitalizes the first character of a word.
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial video, you learned...
- How to construct a formula that makes use of the substring function in InfoPath.
- How to construct a formula that makes use of the concat function in InfoPath.
- How to construct a formula that makes use of the translate function in InfoPath.
- How to construct a formula that capitalizes the first character of a word.
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