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Checking if a value exists in an Array for conditional suppression

Checking if a value exists in an Array for conditional suppression

Checking if a value exists in an Array for conditional suppression

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I have a string array named "spools" that was built using a for loop. I am trying to print the array using a variable called display which prints as follows

1.00 2.00 3.00 etc

This is how I built the array:
StringVar array spools := ['0'];
stringvar display;

if OnFirstRecord then
spools[1] := ToText({COESPOOL.LINENUMBER})
else (
if not (ToText({COESPOOL.LINENUMBER}) in spools) then (
Local NumberVar i := ubound(spools) + 1;
Redim Preserve spools[i];
spools[i] := ToText({COESPOOL.LINENUMBER});
display := display & spools[i]& chr(13)
)
);

display;

Now in my report I want to check a column value if it matches with one of the values, suppress the section. The condition used is "ToText({COESPOOL.LINENUMBER}) in spools", which should occassionally print true or false. However in my case it is always returing false. What could I be doing wrong


if my column value is returning 2.00, the condition should return true as the array at the time of printing record is [1.00 2.00]

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