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Challenge #1: Join to Range

uk_msmt
8 - Asteroid

Here is my solution. I don't think this is the best way though.

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Slacker
8 - Asteroid

My solution

PHinkel
7 - Meteor

Hi,

 

Attached is my solution.

danettedavis
7 - Meteor

solved

simonaubert_cdc
7 - Meteor

I have to do something similar but with in-db. The original query uses a "between" join operator..


I plan to do a cartesian product then filter; since there is no generate rows in in-db and no possibility to use a between join operator.

Best regards

manny890-
7 - Meteor

My Solution:

iqkh76
5 - Atom

My solution 😀 

 

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Fynn
6 - Meteoroid

study the function,do my job 

AviratG
6 - Meteoroid

Tools Used: Formula, Join, Summarize

aluthra
7 - Meteor

Nice to see the real-world use of generate rows tool. Enjoyed solving the challenge.