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Flow Utility - NoOxfordComma

What would you do if you had a String Collection of values and needed to display them on a screen in a human-readable format? Pass this Flow Utility a String Collection and it'll return a String Variable for you to use.

Just pass it the String Collection and Finishing Word you want to use and it'll return a String Variable for you to use. Example with "and" as my Finishing Word: Value 1, Value 2 and Value 3

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