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Old December 9th, 2004, 12:10 PM
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Default Assigning string to a number field

Hi,

I have to assign string "NO" to a number field 'OfficialIndex' if the value is >= 32767 else I have to divide 'official index' by 10. when I code
If not ({dbplayers.officialindex} = 32767) then {dbplayers.officialindex}/10 else "NO"

it gives a syntax error saying a number is required in place of "NO". How can I assign this string to the field?

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try this
If not ({dbplayers.officialindex} = 32767) then
totext({dbplayers.officialindex}/10)
else "NO"
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It worked!
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no prob.Any time.
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