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tman135 (Programmer)
27 Oct 04 9:12
Is it possible to use a case statement in Crystal 8.5 with a wildcard operator?  

For example,  

SELECT (TABLE.FIELD)
CASE LIKE '%VHS%' AND LIKE '%GB%' :  50



Thanks for any advice
mbarron (TechnicalUser)
27 Oct 04 11:29
Are you talking in the record selection area ("menued" at Report / Edit / Edit Selection Formula > Record...)

You could use:
{table.field} like ["*VHS*","*GB*"]

or you could use the record selection expert and choose "Is like" for your field.

Mike

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