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Crystal Report surpress decimal

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Hello,

I have a formula field in Crystal that looks like this:

if {#TotalLateWeek} <> 0 then
Round ((({#TotalLateWeek}/{#TotalCyclesWeek})*100),0 ) & "% Late"
else
"0% Late"

The result might be 10.00%.  I just want it to say 10%.

Thanks,
Joel
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if {#TotalLateWeek} <> 0 then
ToText(Round ((({#TotalLateWeek}/{#TotalCyclesWeek})*100),0 ),0) & "% Late"
else
"0% Late"
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Thanks Ido!
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