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Hi everyone,

i am trying to round a formula in crystal v.10. but i dont know how to do that, can someone please help.
my formula is 1.5228 + 3.0928 + 1.5228 = total, but i am having a problem with the end result, the end result show difference in cent, how can i set it so it thus not round up or down???? the total percentage should be 0.06383.

thanx in advance.

RE: rounding

Not sure what you are doing to get the percent .06383. I know that there are two ways of rounding in the world and I do not recall which way Crystal uses. Either way there are 'fixes' available in code

RE: rounding

Your post is unclear. Based on the data provided (1.5228 + 3.0928 + 1.5228), I don't see how the expected result is 0.06383.

Please provided the actual code you are using in your formula, the result you are getting and the result you want.

Please also advise what field formatting options you have selected for the formula.


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