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Old February 17th, 2007, 11:25 PM
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Default asp 3.0 classic&access *formula retrival)?

how to retrive saved formula in access db (table1). As its stored as text so when response.write it simply displays string. how to make it act like a formula after retriving
 
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I don't know what you mean by forumla?? What type of formula?

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formulas like
round(a+b/356)*100
something like these

 
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Your best bet is to write a function that takes different parameters that comprise the equation and have the actual function evaulate the formula for you; there is no way to pull this from a database and have it be evaulated in code that i know of.

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