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Challenge #289: Prep a Shoe List

tammybrown_tds
8 - Asteroid

@ahmedirfanp, I see the duplicates that you identified, but then on the next join, you put them right back in again.  So I'm not sure that your unique steps were actually deduping anything.

 

And the duplicates were required for the answer to work out to the posted solution, so maybe it's flawed in the setup, not the execution.

ahmedirfanp
7 - Meteor

Thank You, Tammy. Yes, my unique step is not removing the duplicates but helps the duplicates have the same ID instead of different ID's. Attached is another solution completely removing duplicates.

tammybrown_tds
8 - Asteroid

@ahmedirfanp, that was the point that I was trying to make (but apparently didn't make it very well).  In order for the answer you get to match the output in the challenge, the duplicate IDs have to be kept in.  The output in the challenge that we are trying to match to has 2000 rows.  Yours only has 1995.  I think the intent is that the duplicate rows stay in.

 

But nice work on your solution regardless.

CandiceDB
Alteryx
Alteryx

My solution:

 

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ahmedirfanp
7 - Meteor

@tammybrown_tds Thank You! Tammy

Ashuu11
7 - Meteor

Uploading my solution.

Arindita369
7 - Meteor

Here is my solution for the challenge

Rupal03
7 - Meteor

PFA  my solution

danespoors
8 - Asteroid

Nice beginner workflow, give it a go 🙂

phottovy
12 - Quasar

My solution:

 

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