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## formcalc calculation with percentage

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06-01-2021

Dear all

Just i try to do formcalc....basically GST percentage multiply by  Amount and divided by 100....for example my input percentage .15%. not 15%...if i apply like this

\$.rawValue = (Row1[*].Cell9)*100
sum (\$.rawValue*Row1[*].Cell7/100)

this formula will work only first row....it mean formula will not calculate all rows values. plesae give me some suggestion....thanks for your support.

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08-01-2021

Is the second row also named Row1? If not, the script won't work there, since Row1[*] resolves all instances of an element named Row1. In what field do you place the calcuation script?

Dear sir, thanks for your reply, for secound row i use form1.main.Table1._Row1.addInstance(true); like this. review my screen shot. script placed in Row3.Cell9 result is also calculate base on first row. please give me suggestion. thanks

Dear sir, Which i apply calculation script on row3....thanks

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which given code is correct. but little modify for percentage formula. please review this code

var SGST = Sum(Row1[*].Cell10) * 100
var Amount = Sum(Row1[*].Cell7)
\$ = SGST * Amount / 100

but secount row will not calculate as per this code... this calculate base on first row percentage value.

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The line \$.rawValue = (Row1[*].Cell9)*100 makes no sense, what are the brackes for?

If a refered field is in the same row, you don't need to reference the row.

\$ = Cell9 * 100

To reference all instances of the field in every row use the sum() method

\$ = Sum(Row1[*].Cell9) * 100

To calculate a subtotals use variables.

var SubTotal1 = Sum(Row1[*].Cell9) * 100

var SubTotal2 = Sum(Row1[*].Cell7) * 100

\$ = SubTotal1 * SubTotal2