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Crystal Reports XI - syntax question If, then else

I have this as code in a formula:

if {brptPRRegister;1.EarnCode} in [125, 126, 401] then ""
else {brptPRRegister;1.EarnCode}

what I want is for the result of this field NOT to include 125, 126 or 401, but everything else. The
field {brptPRRegister;1.EarnCode} is a number type.

The error I get is the part after the "else" gets highlighted and says a string is required here. Am I even writing this properly to get what I want?

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8/22/2022 - Mon


Because EarnCode is a number, you need to decide if you want this to return a number or a string.  My guess is you don't care.

Try it this way:

if {brptPRRegister;1.EarnCode} in [125, 126, 401] then ""
else Cstr({brptPRRegister;1.EarnCode},0)

on the last part where you put in the zero, how can you fix that if what you are evaluating is a null? so that a null just shows...or blank, really?

if IsNull({brptPRRegister;1.EarnCode}) or {brptPRRegister;1.EarnCode}  in [125, 126, 401] then ""
else Cstr({brptPRRegister;1.EarnCode},0)
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I still have a zero showing up. hhhmmmm

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