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Default all you code-savvy people, take a look!

The following code:

whileprintingrecords;
shared datetimevar starttime:= datetime(datadate, datatime);

will show how long it took the data to refresh.
I'm having trouble with the syntax to make it show the
NUMBER OF TIMES the data has been refreshed, for example,
I would like to be able to create a field which counts sequentially every time a refresh occurs in a report. Any ideas?
>>> What's going on is that the report is being used as a price quote to potential customers, and I'm trying to create a field which will give me "Quote #:X" Whenever we generate a new quote sheet from the report.

Thank you, Roman

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