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va_scorp
Posted: 02/21/2003, 6:23 AM

I am still trying to learn this program. It looks like a great tool. I am
having a problem of trying to figure out how to perform math functions
inside
a newly created cell in a data grid. My data grid is populated with data
from a database. I would like to do something like the following: textbox1 =
{DB field1 * DB field2}. Does anyone have any examples or links I could
learn from?

Thanks,

Scorp

Michael Rachow
Posted: 02/21/2003, 7:47 AM

Your database columns correspond to variable names like fld<colNameAtForm>.

In the property dialog on tab events you can enter
something like $lfdcolone + $fldcoltwo; (PHP like syntax)

These one time given operation will work for all rows.

Choose an usual event like Before Show or Before Update.
Regards
Michael

"va_scorp" <va_scorp@hotmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> I am still trying to learn this program. It looks like a great tool. I am
> having a problem of trying to figure out how to perform math functions
> inside
> a newly created cell in a data grid. My data grid is populated with data
> from a database. I would like to do something like the following: textbox1
=
> {DB field1 * DB field2}. Does anyone have any examples or links I could
> learn from?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Scorp
>
>


   


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