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FormatNumber mismatch

FormatNumber mismatch

(OP)
This used to work before.  Suddenly it has stopped working.

PerYes = FormatNumber(.Parameters ("PerYes"),2)

Type mismatch 'FormatNumber'.

I tried putting CInt.  Still no solution.

Any help is greatly appreciated

Thanks,
Arun

RE: FormatNumber mismatch

(OP)
This is SQL Server 2005.

Arun

RE: FormatNumber mismatch

(OP)
It is a ASP/SQL Server question.

Do you think it should still be put in the SQL Server area?

Arun

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