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Hi Guys,


I need a formula so I can finalise my report. I'm trying to get 10% of the value of this {@sum_condition_value}

my formula

if Val( {@sum_condition_value} ) > 0 then {@sum_condition_value} *.1
   
else 0
   
But, it produces an error.
a-number-or-currency-amount-is-r.bmp
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@sum_condition_value isn't a number.  Use Val({@sum_condition_value})
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thanks for your help
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