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CRYSTAL REPORTS:  Replace a wild card word with new word

Posted on 2011-03-17
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How can I modify this code to use a wild card to replace with a new word.  Example:  Clos% to replace with Completed.

If ({Maintenance.Status} = "Closed") then
   "Completed"
Else
   {Maintenance.Status}

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If left(({Maintenance.Status},4)  = "Clos") then
   "Completed"
Else
   {Maintenance.Status}

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