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Posted on 2013-01-21
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How can I modify this SWITCH statement to show "Below Investment Grade, Highly Speculative" for any data entered like this:
B1
B2
B3
basically a numerical modifier at the end.

I dont think I can use
[MoodyRating] like "B*"  because I a user could enter only a Baa or Ba.  

I have not copied the entire switch statement but only a bit of it:

=Switch([MoodyRating]="Baa","Investment Grade, but lower end",
[MoodyRating]="Ba1","Speculative, substantial Credit Risk",
[MoodyRating] = "B1", "Below Investment Grade, Highly Speculative")

Hope that makes sense.
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[MoodyRating] Like "B[0-9]", "Below Investment Grade, Highly Speculative"
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by:pdvsa
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very nice.  Worked perfectly.  Thank you
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