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Posted on 2009-07-01
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I have a situation where I am using a Case statement to turn a container either red or green colored based on the results of a total field. The statement I was using is:
Case ( total < 1 ; cont1[1] ; cont1[2] )

This works great. However, my end user just informed me that he needs to change this equation such that any result in the "total" field that is BETWEEN and including 0.00 and 1.00 should turn the cont1[1] (green) and anything above OR below that range should turn cont1[2] (red).

I am not sure how this statement should be phrased.
thx experts...
-BobR
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CASE ( total < 0 or total > 1 ; cont1[2] ;
       cont1[1]
)

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Works like a charm. Didn't know you could put an OR expression in a Case statement. Thx...
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