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assigning 0 to a textbox problem

Posted on 2004-08-11
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I fill in a text box 9txt_textbox) with a variable (var_textbox)
using this function.

txt_textbox = Format(var_textbox, "####.#")

The variable var_textbox is declared as single.

Now my problem. If the variable is set to zero , than on the screen it comes up with an entry like

  .     That means a single dot is visible in the textbox.
How do I have to programme to show actuakky the 0 value?  Or I would not mind neither an empty textbox with no dot at all instead
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Question by:themroc
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by:zULu
ID: 11770956
if var_textbox=0 then
    txt_textbox = 0
else
    txt_textbox = Format(var_textbox, "####.#")
end if
that should do it
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hamood earned 100 total points
ID: 11771003
Use this one
txt_textbox = FormatNumber(var_textbox, 1)

it will disply value like 0.0
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by:mmusante
ID: 11771064
Try this ...

Format(var_textbox, "###0.#")

if you want '0.' or this

Format(var_textbox, "###0.0")

if you want '0.0'
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by:Shauli
ID: 11771446
txt_textbox = IIF(var_textbox = 0, 0, FormatNumber(var_textbox, 1))

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by:themroc
ID: 11771485
I think hammod gave the most appropriate answer, this really solve the problem and because it is tied in a way to the country setting in fact it solves other issued I HAD TOO!
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