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Say you have an equation L = P * 2.13. How do you make that uneditable?
Barako2Asked:
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arif_eqbalCommented:
Mean ???
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AmanBrarCommented:
exactly where do you have this equation - in a textbox ? in a label ? in the code ? where???
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Barako2Author Commented:
okay the syntax didnt work any other ideas?
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Barako2Author Commented:
In the code itself i.e on the click event sorry bout that
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arif_eqbalCommented:
What do you mean syntax didn't work??
Is it that the result is not proper?? Are you using proper Decimal variables

        Dim L As Decimal
        Dim P As Decimal = 5.1
        L = P * 2.31

This should work

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