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Hello, one of my fields in the database is in P24.7 format.I am doing a -READ on that field.
TABLE FILE STAGE
PROB AS 'V9'
WHERE KEY EQ '&SALES';
ON TABLE HOLD AS HEAD FORMAT ALPHA
-READ HEAD &V9.A30.
-SET &A_PROB = EDIT(&V9,'99999999999999999999999999999999');
-SET &MY_PROB = TRUNCATE(&A_PROB);
-SET &MY_PROB1 = &MY_PROB * 100;
The field I am talking about is PROB. I tried using -READ HEAD &V9.P24.7.,but that does'nt work. Can somebody correct me. Thanks Swetha.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
If you want to retain decimal places in calculations made in Dialogue Manager, you will need to set DMPRECISION to an appropriate number of decimal places (ex.: SET DMPRECISION = 7). Otherwise DM will truncate the decimals and display calculated variables as integers.
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