Simplify list of rules How secure is iterative password enhancement? If text, you may need to put double quotes around the 1, 2, and 3. You currently have 0 posts. Reply With Quote 04-11-11,13:53 #4 Missinglinq View Profile View Forum Posts Moderator Join Date Jun 2005 Location Richmond, Virginia USA Posts 2,763 Provided Answers: 19 You need to check to see this contact form
I should also add that I've switched the posts selected for Best Answer. All contents Copyright 1998-2016 by MrExcel Consulting. Thanks. "Jerry Whittle" wrote: > You are missing the False part after "nice". > -- > Jerry Whittle, Microsoft Access MVP > Light. Cheap. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=222994
Advertisements Latest Threads Dishonored 2 Becky posted Nov 16, 2016 at 6:11 PM London Tram Crash bootneck02 posted Nov 16, 2016 at 4:37 PM WCG Stats Wednesday 16 November 2016 WCG I will definitly look at using the Switch function, I dont know that I have ever used it before. If the expression is true, IIf returns one value; if it is false, IIf returns another.
Which I would assume has to do with the "N/A" =IIf(IsNumeric(Text54),[Text54]>97,"A+",IIf([Text54]>92,"A",IIf([Text54]>89,"A-",IIf([Text54]>86,"B+",IIf([Text54]>82,"B",IIf([Text54]>79,"B-",IIf([Text54]>76,"C+",IIf([Text54]>72,"C",IIf([Text54]>69,"C-",IIf([Text54]>66,"D+",IIf([Text54]>62,"D",IIf([Text54]>59,"D-",IIf([Text54]>0,"F","N/A"))))))))))))) weilerdo View Public Profile Find More Posts by weilerdo
Thanks. > > -- > Message posted via AccessMonster.com > http://www.accessmonster.com/Uwe/Forums.aspx/access-queries/200810/1 > > rml, Oct 15, 2008 #4 Jerry Whittle Guest Is Standard a text or number field? Access #error Otherwise, return "Other". =IIf([ShipDate]
Note: If you are using the IIf function to create a calculated field in a query, replace the equal sign (=) with a field alias and a colon (:). #func Access Error Linq ;0)> Hope this helps! Icon Legend Contains unread posts Contains no unread posts Hot thread with unread posts Hot thread with no unread posts Thread is closed You have posted in this thread Posting Permissions Pick two.
What I need is to add a statement that if its blank then 0 =IIf([Text48]>97 And [Text48]<101,"A+",IIf([Text48]>92 And [Text48]<98,"A",IIf([Text48]>89 And [Text48]<93,"A-",IIf([Text48]>86 And [Text48]<90,"B+",IIf([Text48]>82 And [Text48]<87,"B",IIf([Text48]>79 And [Text48]<83,"B-",IIf([Text48]>76 And [Text48]<80,"C+",IIf([Text48]>72 And [Text48]<77,"C",IIf([Text48]>69 http://www.dbforums.com/showthread.php?1079794-Error-for-Iif-statement Thanks again zmdb! Iserror Access The syntax is the same, with the exception that in a query, you must preface the expression with a field alias and a colon (:) instead of an equal sign (=). Ms Access #error In Query The problem with making anything foolproof...is that fools are so darn ingenious!
You can use IIf anywhere you can use expressions. http://lwdrm.com/error-in/error-in-access-datasheet.php Tabasco showed he was aware that Z had helped the most, but selected a post that wasn't appropriate. If that field is blank then I get the #Error. USA Posts: 109 Thanks: 5 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Re: #Error on IIF Statement But once again Paul, you are correct.. Access If Error Then 0
Thanks. How to concentrate during conference talks where the quality of the presentation is poor? Forum Board FAQ Forum Rules Guidelines for Forum Use FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Search New Posts Zero Reply Posts Subscribed Threads MrExcel Consulting Advanced Search http://lwdrm.com/error-in/error-in-access-iif.php Some things it simply cannot handle, and having SQL skills to fill those gaps is very useful, but so too is having the query-builder, as it's so much quicker and easier
What am I doing wrong? Replace #error With 0 In Access Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. that will update field based on previous field value mindoff Replies: 1 Views: 129 Rating0 / 5 Last Post By rpeare View Profile View Forum Posts 11-14-2016, 09:36 AM Sending objects
The problem with making anything foolproof...is that fools are so darn ingenious! You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. See the example table that follows. Access #num Error That last comma followed by the > > two quotes fullfills the else portion. > > > > IIf([Standard]=1,"abc",IIf([Standard]=2,"stop",IIf([Standard]=3,"nice",""))) > > > > rml wrote: > > >I have a query
elamadon0228 Replies: 10 Views: 154 Rating0 / 5 Last Post By orange View Profile View Forum Posts 11-09-2016, 11:49 AM Create Total Years column in a Query BADebbie Replies: 3 Views: Share this Question 7 Replies Expert Mod 2.5K+ P: 4,998 zmbd In the query builder with an expression you need something like this in the first row of the grid: ThisIsAlias: IIf(IsNumeric([62xx]![F40]), FormatNumber([62xx]![F40]), 0) Here is that same expression in a query with the output below. Any time you are looking at a query in Access you can switch to SQL-View to see how Access has converted your requirements into SQL.
SELECT [62xx].F40, IIf(IsNumeric([62xx]![F40]), FormatNumber([62xx]![F40]), 0) AS MTD FROM [62xx]; F40 MTD ----- ---- foo 0 1 1.00 2.345 2.35 bar 0 share|improve this answer edited Mar 26 '14 at 19:27 answered Controlling jet engine thrust on airliners Is there any way I can use mapping to avoid a SOQL Query here? Dec 22 '12 #7 reply Expert Mod 15k+ P: 29,923 NeoPa I would support Z's last comment about working exclusively in SQL. so, compare these two against what you have.
This seems to work though: IIf(IsNumeric(FormatNumber([62xx]![F40])),FormatNumber([62xx]![F40]),0) –Nigel Mar 26 '14 at 19:36 Sometimes Excel and Access don't play as nice as I want them to. But IsError(1/0) will not say True; instead it triggers error #11. The time now is 22:41. It's quick & easy.
asked 2 years ago viewed 17792 times active 2 years ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends in 6 days Blog How We Make Money at Stack Overflow: 2016 Edition Jerry Whittle, Oct 16, 2008 #5 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Guest, Mar 29, 2006, in forum: Microsoft Access Queries Replies: 1 Views: 334 Rick B Mar 29, 2006 IIf statement vs Select Case statement PaulDenver, Sep 4, 2006, in forum: Microsoft I will greatly appreciate your assistance - Unique_ID: IIf(Len([Airline Activity - Detail - Jan]![Middlename_IA]=1),Left([Airline Activity - Detail - Jan]![Firstname_IA],2) & [Airline Activity - Detail - Jan]![Lastname_IA],Left([Airline Activity - Detail - Jan]![Firstname_IA],2)
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