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how do I produce numbers to 2 significant figures

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Tommy, Nov 11, 2005.

  1. Tommy

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    I have a data base with numbers in to 1 decimal place. I wish to report these
    numbers to 2 significant figures.
    i.e. if the number is 10 or above then whole numbers should be shown. If the
    number is below 10 then 1 decimal point should be shown. 22.6 = 23 9.7
    = 9.7
    My numbers ar never minus or larger than 100.0.

    Please help me.

    Thanks
    Tommy
     
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  3. schasteen

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    In the control source of the control you want to show the data put:
    =iif([MyNumber] < 10 ,round([MyNumber],1),round([MyNumber],0)


    "Tommy" wrote:

    > I have a data base with numbers in to 1 decimal place. I wish to report these
    > numbers to 2 significant figures.
    > i.e. if the number is 10 or above then whole numbers should be shown. If the
    > number is below 10 then 1 decimal point should be shown. 22.6 = 23 9.7
    > = 9.7
    > My numbers ar never minus or larger than 100.0.
    >
    > Please help me.
    >
    > Thanks
    > Tommy
     
  4. Tommy

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    Thanks schasteen but unfortunately I already have a control source in the
    control. This control source is linked to a query and table.

    "Tommy" wrote:

    > I have a data base with numbers in to 1 decimal place. I wish to report these
    > numbers to 2 significant figures.
    > i.e. if the number is 10 or above then whole numbers should be shown. If the
    > number is below 10 then 1 decimal point should be shown. 22.6 = 23 9.7
    > = 9.7
    > My numbers ar never minus or larger than 100.0.
    >
    > Please help me.
    >
    > Thanks
    > Tommy
     
  5. schasteen

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    Replace the control source to this. Just make sure the control is not named
    the same as the column from the query. So in the example I gave you, make
    sure the control is not named MyNumber or you will get a circular referance,
    or you can add a new control to your form or report.

    "Tommy" wrote:

    > Thanks schasteen but unfortunately I already have a control source in the
    > control. This control source is linked to a query and table.
    >
    > "Tommy" wrote:
    >
    > > I have a data base with numbers in to 1 decimal place. I wish to report these
    > > numbers to 2 significant figures.
    > > i.e. if the number is 10 or above then whole numbers should be shown. If the
    > > number is below 10 then 1 decimal point should be shown. 22.6 = 23 9.7
    > > = 9.7
    > > My numbers ar never minus or larger than 100.0.
    > >
    > > Please help me.
    > >
    > > Thanks
    > > Tommy
     
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