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Hello I am a user of Crystal Rep

Hello I am a user of Crystal Rep

Hello I am a user of Crystal Rep

(OP)
Hello

I am a user of Crystal Report. I use
Version 7 at the moment.

Can someone help me how to do a Square Root
calculation in a Crystal Report formula?

RE: Hello I am a user of Crystal Rep

Try typing in this function:

Sqr ()

Insert the field you wish to find the square root off inbetween the brackets.

Cheers

Marc

RE: Hello I am a user of Crystal Rep

(OP)
Marckssg

I tried but it won't work.
SQR is not in one of those formulae.
What version is your Crystal Report.
Is there another way to overcome
the Square Root problem?

RE: Hello I am a user of Crystal Rep

I'm using CR 8 whats your version?

Cheers

Marc

RE: Hello I am a user of Crystal Rep

(OP)
Marc

Thank you very much. I managed to download
the file you mentioned and IT WORKS!.

I am using it to compute the Safety Stocks
of inventory items.

Cheers with virtual WINE!

Kit Whye

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