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Formula Help

How to split a FullName field into FirstName and LastName fields by Storyteller
Posted: 12 Feb 03 (Edited 1 Jun 05)

Hello All,
The following formula uses Crystal Syntax.

Situation {Customers.ContactName} = Fred Flintstone

Use this formula
@First Name
The result will be: Fred

Use this formula
@Last Name

Another version of the @Last Name
Mid({Customer.ContactName},Instr({Customer.Contact Came},Chr(32))+1)

The result will be: Flintstone

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