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I have a computed field that needs a "-" when denominator is 0 to replace divide by error. These two work fine:
COMPUTE trackobserv/D8.2% MISSING ON = IF cmp EQ 0 THEN MISSING ELSE cmptrk / cmp * 100; AS 'Percent,Tracked /,Observed'
COMPUTE observcomp/D8.2% MISSING ON = IF evals EQ 0 THEN MISSING ELSE cmp / evals * 100; AS 'Observed,Complaints,per Call'
However, this one does not work and displays ***** in the field.
COMPUTE avgcompl/D7.2% MISSING ON = IF calls EQ 0 THEN MISSING ELSE TOTCOMPL / calls * 100; AS 'Average,Complaints,per Call'
I can not figure out what's causing this...Any help would be appreciated.
JoeThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
Thanks for the response. The thing I dont understand is shouldn't the value automatically display "-" once the calls field is 0? This should be true according to the IF statement and does work for the first two. Very odd? An example that I saw is a consultants calls field had 0 which should of spawn off the MISSING ON for the compute field..It didnt and created the ****** which is actually a divide by error.
What is the format of "calls"? If it is a Dnn.n, then maybe its value is not a real 0 but a very small value. This would explain that MISSING was not returned and the **** are due to a very high number resulting of the division by a very small one.
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