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Using Sharepoint Online Modern experience. I am trying to use the right formula in a column with a calculated value and get an Sharepoint error. I have a column named LOCATION and has a string value of "ST-BERNARD @ 140". I create another calculated column with function =right(LOCATION,4) to extract the "140" but get sharepoint error.
But when I enter =right(LOCATION) I get a value of "0". The column does accept the lenght of the extraction.

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Finally found the answer but I don't know why Sharepoint modern only accept ; and not , Example intead of using RIGHT(COLUMN,4) I had to use RIGHT(COLUMN;4) All the documentation was always specifiying a comma not a semi-colunm

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The RIGHT function extracts a given number of characters from the right side of a supplied text string. For example, RIGHT("apple",3) returns "ple".

Right(LOCATION,4) should return "@ 140", but an error occurs because it contains the special character @.

Right (LOCATION) will not return any value, so it is displayed as "0".

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