Yes, you're right of course. I should have made it clear that I was just presenting the formula, to be used in which ever manner was required. In my case, I was looping a variable, rather than a measure. Thanks for confirming!balala wrote: ↑April 16th, 2019, 7:34 amWell, good, just that the Formula should have to be:(supposing as can be seen above that the measure is named [MeasureCount]).
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[MeasureCount] ... Formula=(((MeasureCount+#counterMax#-2)%#counterMax#)+1)
By simply using your Formula won't change the value of the counter variable and the measure won't count down.
Otherwise congratulations, as you can see, as well as many other times, here are more possible solutions, from which we can choose if we need to.
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Yes, the formula works correctly, it does what it has to. However it can be used only if you want to count down to 1 (yep, I know this is name of this topic, however...). If would be needed to count down to another value, well...