parseInt - Amazon QuickSight

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parseInt parses a string to determine if it contains an integer value. This function returns all rows that contain a decimal, integer, or null value, and skips any rows that don't. If the row contains a decimal value, it is returned as the nearest integer, rounded down. For example, a value of '2.99' is returned as '2'.





The expression must be a string. It can be the name of a field that uses the string data type, a literal value like '3', or a call to another function that outputs a string.

Return type



The following example evaluates feeType to determine if it contains integer values.


The following are the given field values.

feeType -------- 2 2.1 2a 3 3b (null) 5

For these field values, the following rows are returned.

2 2 3 (null) 5