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I want to get a field calculated in

I want to get a field calculated in

I want to get a field calculated in

(OP)
I want to get a field calculated in a model
The fields are
Account number (ID)
Debit
Creditor
Balance
Example
Debtor 2000 - creditor 0 = 2000 balance
Debtors - Credit 0 = 4000 Balance
Debtor0 - creditor 1000 = 3000 balance
For each account number

RE: I want to get a field calculated in

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Did you mean:

Quote:


The fields are:
Account number (ID)
Debit
Creditor
Balance

Example:
Debtor 2000 - creditor 0 = 2000 balance
Debtors - Credit 0 = 4000 Balance
Debtor0 - creditor 1000 = 3000 balance


For each account number

Have no idea what THIS is all about.

BTW, there’s a huge difference between Debit and Debtor and between Credit and Creditor. So I’m confused.

I’d guess that your fields are :
Account number (ID)
Debit
Credit
Balance

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