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Formatting Strings in AssetCenter 3.6

Formatting Strings in AssetCenter 3.6

Formatting Strings in AssetCenter 3.6

I have the following calculation which returns 567.9099393
Set [FV_ClientBuy] = cDbl([Product.mPrice]/(1-0.7))

I would like to know if there is a function that will allow me to round this number to 2 decimal places.

I am trying to populate a string field, and it needs to be a string for other reasons.

Thanks in advance

RE: Formatting Strings in AssetCenter 3.6


Try This

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Function amRoundUp(ByVal dNum as Double) as Double
Dim lErr as Long
Dim holeNo as String, Digit as String, Remain as String, twoDigit as String
Dim dNumber as Double

holeNo = LeftPart(CStr(dNum),".",0)

Remain = RightPartFromLeft(CStr(dNum),".",0)

Digit = Mid(Remain,3,1)

twoDigit = Mid(Remain,1,2)

If Digit > 4 Then
  dNumber = CDbl(holeNo &"."& twoDigit) + 0.01
  dNumber = CDbl(holeNo &"."& twoDigit)
End If

amRoundUp = dNumber

End Function

<------- End Cut

Jason Thomas
AssetCenter Consultant

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