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    Comma trouble
    =ROUNDUP(([WM-Field: Bid]-([WM-Field: Bid]*.2)\,2)

    I am trying to escape out the comma in this formula.
    But it does not work.

    Is there a WM rounding function I can try instead?

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    debraleitl@usa.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by debraleitl
    =ROUNDUP(([WM-Field: Bid]-([WM-Field: Bid]*.2)\,2)

    I am trying to escape out the comma in this formula.
    But it does not work.

    Is there a WM rounding function I can try instead?

    Regards
    debraleitl@usa.net
    Have you tried the replace function?
    What exactly are you trying to do?

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    I am trying to pass the webmerge fields into the formula, wrap it in an excel formula, and have excel calculate it when I open the output index file.

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    How does WebMerge fit into that workflow? Can you tell us a bit more about what your system is doing?
    Richard Gaskin
    Developer of WebMerge: Publish any data feed on any site
    http://www.fourthworld.com

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    Comma trouble?
    yea, commas can make all the difference in the world sometimes...

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