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  1. #1
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    Creating INT function within a Query

    A little confused about this...

    I need one field in the query to calculate an integer based off of two other fields, here is my code:

    Int ([Pieces])/[Master Carton Qty]

    It is dividing but not rounding down, gives me 6.25 for example.



    Any help is appreciated, thanks!

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    jya is offline Competent Performer
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    Have you tried this?

    Int([pieces]/[Master Carton Qty])

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    Yes, that is how I have it actually was in a hurry and typed it incorrectly here.


    Also with this it treats pieces and MCQ like parameters... I have this same code in a different query and it works perfectly?? A little confusing.


    Thanks.

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    Sorry I am an idiot, I figured it out as soon as I got here! 8)

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