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Using a single description for mulitple items formula

Posted on 2011-03-20
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This works if I only put in a single code "321", once i add more than one it does not show the description for those. Im sure its something simple.
Thanks in advance

if {incident.incidenttype} = ("321"; "322"; "323"; "324") then 'Medical' else 'Other'

I'm using Crystal 11
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Don't use "=", use "in", as in:

if {incident.incidenttype} in ["321", "322", "323", "324"] then ...
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Thanks, i knew it was something simple, i was also not using the brackets.
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= is supposed to work so it was probably the ( )

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