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Old October 12th, 2005, 08:56 PM
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I am trying to create a report that shows 2 [u]integer</u> fields concatenated using a formula. The problem is that when I use a formula to concatenate these fields it shows the data as 37.00. However, if I drag the field directly into the report it shows as 37. Is there any function that I can use in my formula editor to make the data show without the decimal point and the 2 decimal places?

My formula reads: {customer.weeknumber} & "-" & {customer.unit} & "-0"
The result should read: 34-5467-0

Thanks for any help on this.
 
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totext({customer.weeknumber},0,'')& "-" & totext({customer.unit},0,'') & "-0"





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