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  • 13 years ago

    Break your calculations down abit.


    First work out UnitPrice * Qty


    Then find 1 percent of that


    times the 1 percent by 17.5


    add that to unitprice*qty


    work out 1 percent of total


    times the 1 percent of total * 5


    minus this from the total (your discount)


  • 13 years ago

    you can do it anyway you like, i write invoice processing system for a living so validation rules on totals and line level caculations are a dialy thing for me. Thats my suggestion. dates can be compared like anything else



    if format(now,"DD/MM/YYYY") = format(inputdate,"DD/MM/YYYY") then


    bla bla bla

  • 13 years ago

    nice

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