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Simple question. How do I define and access a calculated field in a table.

I have two field values i want to multiply, with the total going in the calculated field.

Thanks.
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Procedure Table1.OnCalcFields;
begin
    Table1CalculatedField1.Value := Table1FloatField1.Value * Table1FloatField2.Value;
end;
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Oops sorry.

To define the Calculated Field, use the Field editor.
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