Conditional record Numbers in Crystal report

I have a conditional detail section where the condition is : Suppress if Qty = 0
The output I get is as below:
Record Number        Description         Qty
1                                  pencil                   3
3                                  pen                       5
4                                  eraser                  1
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.
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Due to suppress condition in detail section the record numbers are not printing properly.

Any work around on the above.
Sailee GovekarStudentAsked:
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mlmccCommented:
What do you mean they aren't printing properly?

Suppression doesn't get rid of the record in the report it just hides visibility so the record still is counted.

Are you using the record number object?
If so you r report is working

If you want to suppress records with 0 quantity, can you simply filter them out with selection criteria?

   {QtyField} > 0

If you have to include them for some reason you could do your own record number through a pair of formulas

In the report header add a formula
WhilePrintingRecords;
Global NumberVar myRecordNumber;
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Where you want the record number to display add a formula
WhilePrintingRecords;
Global NumberVar myRecordNumber;
If {qtyfield} > 0 then
    myRecordNumber := myRecordNumber + 1;
myRecordNumber

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Sailee GovekarStudentAuthor Commented:
Worked with the formula
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