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Python not concatenating fields

10-23-2019 11:14 AM
by MVP Regular Contributor
MVP Regular Contributor

Hi all,

I am trying to concatenate 3 fields together in an attribute table and Python is only calculating the first field listed in my script. I am trying to do the concatenation in the LABEL field.

All I see is the values for DIRPRE

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MVP Esteemed Contributor

For future reference, embedding screenshots in Word documents isn't the more streamlined way of sharing information.  The more effort people have to go through to see your examples, the less likely they will dig into it.

Moving on....

Looking at the screenshots, you appear to be using Arcade syntax while specifying Python as the parser.  A Python version of your expression is:

(!DIRPRE! + !PROPER_NAM! + !ST_TYPE!).upper()

by MVP Regular Contributor
MVP Regular Contributor

Thanks for the reply Josh!

I would have embedded the screenshots in the post if I knew how.

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by Anonymous User
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Hey Scott, sorry to hear this adding screenshots was not immediately obvious. Check out this document which will take you through the steps for any future images you want to add to a post. 

Hope this helps.