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Re: Apr calculation in FormCalc - Adobe LiveCycle 22-02-2011
Thanks for the reply. I already read that documentation, but my question is slightly different. I meant what formula should i use with theese input values, to get the result which FormCalc shows. Because i haven't found this one in the internet, which can give you the APR based on theese values.Thanks.

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Apr calculation in FormCalc - Adobe LiveCycle 17-02-2011
Hi! Please, describe how to calculate Apr (annual percentage of rate). If you can, write a formula based on starting input values (principal amount of the loan, payment amount on the loan, number of periods in the loan’s duration).Thanks for your time

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Re: Break and continue without loop expressions in FormCalc - Adobe LiveCycle 17-02-2011
Thanks for your reply!

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Break and continue without loop expressions in FormCalc - Adobe LiveCycle 31-01-2011
Hi! I have a question: how break and continue statesments behave outside the loops expressions. If there are no loop expression before break statesment, then LC generetes an error "break is not enclosed in a loop". But after any loop expression its problem disappears.This is sample with error:var A = 0break; //errorwhile ( A < 3) do A = A + 1endwhileAnd without error:var A = 0while ( A < 3) do A = A + 1endwhilebreak; //works correctlyPlease, explane this behavior.

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