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Adobe LiveCycle Checkbox evaluation

Posted on 2011-03-03
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I am trying to enter a FormCalc “if” calculation in an Adobe LiveCycle document.

The FullSP1 field is a checkbox.

How do I describe its value?

I tried the following:

if FullSP1 = on then
if FullSP1 = True then
if FullSP1 = Yes then

All of them gave me a syntax error.

What is the proper code for evaluating the value of a checkbox?

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Karl Heinz Kremer earned 500 total points
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if (FullSP1 EQ 1)

Attached is a little script that changes the text in a textbox:
if (CheckBox1 EQ 1) then
	TextField1 = "Checked"
else
	TextField1 = "Not Checked"
endif

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