In this Power Automate Tutorial, we will discuss what is Power Automate Initialize Float Variable and how to Initialize Float Variable in Power Automate with a few examples.
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What is Initialize Float Variable in Power Automate
There are numerous types of initialized variables in Power Automate. In this case, one of them is the Power Automate Float variable.
When we initialize a variable with float variable type, it accepts the double-precision floating-point numbers values. Examples of floats value are 1.243 and 92.345.
In the following example, we will see how we can initialize the Float variable using Power Automate.
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How to Initialize Float Variable in Power Automate
Here we will see how to Initialize Float Variable in Power Automate.
In this example, we will manually enter the float value while initializing the variable and displaying the output value in compose action.
- Create a Power Automate instant cloud flow, enter the flow name (Power Automate Initialize Variable float), and choose the trigger as Manually trigger a flow.
- Click on the Create option as highlighted below:
- Initially, we will initialize a variable with Name (VarFloat), and then we will choose the Type as the Float, and insert a Value with decimal places (78.235).
- Then we will add a Compose action to get the result value as the float from the initialized variable.
- In the below screenshot, in the compose action we can see the initialized float value.
This is how to Initialize Variable with float data type on Power Automate.
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In the example, we will pass the float value dynamically and then we will display the output value in compose action.
- Select the created Power Automate flow, and Expand the Manually trigger a flow.
- Choose the type of user input by selecting +Add an input and select the Number variable type.
- Now add the +new step and select the initialized variable to enter the variable name and choose the variable type as Float and in the value section pass the dynamic value.
- Here in this example, I have passed the Float Value dynamically.
- Now we will add the Compose action to see the output value from the initialized variable. Click on the Save button to save the Power Automate flow:
- Select the Test-> Manually test-> Run flow as below:
- The Screenshot below displays the expected output value in the compose action as highlighted:
This is another example to initialize the Float Variable in Power Automate.
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In this Power Automate Tutorial, we have discussed what is Initialize Float Variable type and how to Initialize Float Variable in Power Automate with a few examples.
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