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Remove comma from string field in a Crystal Report

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I have a string in a report that sometimes has commas in it, how can i remove these in a formula?

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Replace({FieldName},",","XXX")

XXX above represents whatever you want to replace the commas - you can simply use an empty string "" to remove them completely.
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Awesome work frodoman,  I did take out the XXX and it worked great.
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