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Delphi 7 :: Calculate Rows Values in-report

Hi experts,

I am using Delphi 7 Ent.
In a Rave Report have several columns which I intend to create programmatically.

Lets say I have have 4 columns in my detail band.
The 1st col is a value then the 3rd col should be 1stcol - 2ndcol etc...

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Thanks.
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Geert G

8/22/2022 - Mon
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P.S.  The CalcOp Component also has a parameter named DisplayFormat where you can set the use of dollar signs and commas if nedded (I.E. $,0.00).
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i mean to the query ...
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