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Posted on 2010-11-23
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I am trying to add the contents of a bunch of text boxes to get a total. There are 24 text boxes, and the code is attached.

My problem is that the Total is adding up to 500000 when I only put a 5 in one of the boxes. The text value for that box shows correctly in debug, but the total is adding all kinds of zeroes.

NZ is a user defined function that converts all of the boxes with nothing in them to zero.

What am I doing wrong?
Private Sub ResetAfterEntry()
        Dim dblRevenueTotal As Double

        dblRevenueTotal = CDbl(NZ((Me.txtJanCY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtFebCY.Text))) & _
            +CDbl(NZ((Me.txtMarCY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtAprCY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtMayCY.Text))) & _
            +CDbl(NZ((Me.txtJunCY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtJulCY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtAugCY.Text))) & _
            +CDbl(NZ((Me.txtSepCY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtOctCY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtNovCY.Text))) & _
            +CDbl(NZ((Me.txtDecCY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtJanNY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtFebNY.Text))) & _
            +CDbl(NZ((Me.txtMarNY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtAprNY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtMayNY.Text))) & _
            +CDbl(NZ((Me.txtJunNY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtJulNY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtAugNY.Text))) & _
            +CDbl(NZ((Me.txtSepNY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtOctNY.Text))) + CDbl(NZ((Me.txtNovNY.Text))) & _
            +CDbl(NZ((Me.txtDecNY.Text)))

        Me.txtTotalCurrentRevenue.Text = FormatCurrency(dblRevenueTotal, 2)
    End Sub

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Bardobrave earned 500 total points
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Maybe the "&" concatenation in your line are messing things up making your system to think that the whole result must be a string, making 5 + 0 = 50 in some cases.

Try to enclose in parenthesis every + operations in each line to avoid this type of confusions
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by:Buck_Beasom
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I couldn't figure out where to put the parens, so I just removed the line breaks. It's a pain in the neck to look at the row - which is about a mile long - but it worked!

Thanks.
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