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If then statement calculation
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I am having difficulty getting a statement to work. Basically I want to have field 1 take "x" value and then return an "x" value in Field 2. 3 options for field 1 that returns the value of that option into field 2. This is what I have that returns errors:If (Field 1 eq "A") then (Field 2 eq "10")elseifIf (Field 1 eq "B") then (Field 2 eq "8")elseifIf (Field 1 eq "C") then (Field 2 eq "6")endifCan someone help me with the correct syntax to perform this operation? I am sure I have something wrong ...

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Error Arithmetic overflow
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I have multiple number fields that perform calculations based on GPA, Credits, Quality Points etc.. the last two fields divide previous returned values but when the form opens I get the overflow error. How do you surround the calculation with a check to assure the variables are non zero, non-null?How can you prevent the fields from trying to calculate until the form is loaded?Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Arithmic Overflow Error in FormCalc
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I get the overflow error when my form opens ( I know it is cuased by two division fields at the end of my form). I have mutlple fields that do computations based on other fields. How do I set a default value for a number field? How can you establish a variable that isn't set until the end of the load process.. how would you do that for a field?

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Re: FormCalc error-arithmetic overflow/underflow
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I have the same issue that involves two fields that are performing a division calculation based on other fields that are calculating. I get the overflow error when the form opens. How do I set a default value for a number field? You also mentioned that you could establish a variable that isn't set until the end of the load process.. how would you do that for a field?

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