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vb6 displaying wrong calculation

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Dim Credits As Long
lblCredit = 40
Credits = -20
lblCredit = Val(lblCredit) - (Credits)
lblCredit displays 60 instead of 20
The lblCredit is increased by 20, but should be reduced by 20
what is wrong ?
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40 - (-20) = 40 + 20 = 60

HTH,
Dan
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by:isnoend2001
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this works lblCredit = Val(lblCredit) + (Credits)
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basic math: subtracting a negative number becomes addition.

state your problem out loud:
If I remove a drain of 20 from my equation/system, what will the new value be?
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