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First Occurrence of a Number

First Occurrence of a Number

First Occurrence of a Number

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CR v9/Peachtree 2006/Btrieve

I have a report that lists invoices with the following columns:

invoice #
invoice date
customer name
invoice amount

The report is not for a specific date range, it is just a history of all the invoices for the company.

How can I find the first cccurrence of an invoice amount, like $5000.00?  When the first occurrence is found, I want to print the invoice #, invoice date, customer name and invoice amount in the report footer.  Is there a formula I can create to do this?

RE: First Occurrence of a Number

Export the data to a CSV file and import into FoxProf (VFP)  After that it's easy just index on amount unique and you have your answers.

Bill Couture
SBTBILL.COM

RE: First Occurrence of a Number

What about all the other occurences of the number?  What do you want to do with them?

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