> > Hi:

> > Problems with Report

> >

> > Suppose you have a table: SALES.DBF with a field: price_1 (Num 8,2) and some 800 records.

> > Then in the Report footer you put a numerical field: price_1 and calculation sum it.

> > In the Report Expression you put INT(price_1/5). Divide by 5 to get some decimals

> >

> > Somehow the INT() integer funtion does not work.

> > It gives you a wrong number. I have gotten a diference of 3.

> > For example the value without INT is like 31.567, and the value with INT() is like 29.

> >

> > Please if anyone can help I will appreciate it.

> >

> > Thanks.

>

>

>

>

> Maybe there is something in your formula that causes that and not the INT(). Try this on your end:

>

>

MESSAGEBOX(157.835/5) && 31.567
> MESSAGEBOX(INT(157.835/5)) && 31
>

>

>

>

http://sandstorm36.blogspot.com>

http://weblogs.foxite.com/sandstorm36/default.aspxIf you add int(price/5) into report expression and sum it, it will sum int-egered values.

>

> If you need int() the result, add a variable to report, sum it, and on the footer put int(m.var/5) without summing.

>

>

> hth

> Martin

The problem was what Martin Krivka said, although somehow the formula was wrong too.

Thank you too for taking your time to help me.

My email:

arturocastro58@gmail.comIf I can help you anyway just let me know. thanks again.