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How to divide two numbers and get a value with two decimal points included

Mark Skrodzki
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I have one asp variable that needs to be subtracted from another then the total value be divided by 2000. I need to have the final result include two decimal points without any rounding.

EX..
var1 = 82100
var2 = 29500
((var1-var2)\2000) =result1

result1 should read the value of 26.30

This seems like an easy process but for some reason I am having a dummy attack....any help??
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use "/" instead of "\", then format your value to number of decimal points you want accordingly.
Mark SkrodzkiSenior Systems Engineer

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It worked!!
I tried that before I submitted this questions but it didn't work. The only thing I can think that was the problem was that I was using "\" instead of "/" as the division symbol. I don't know...anyway it's working!

Thanks for the help!

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