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Use of IIF function in Crystal Reports


Use of IIF function in Crystal Reports

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Dear All,
I wish to know the use of IIF function in Crystal Reports with some example .please anyone help me.Thanks in advance..

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The IIF statement is the same as an IF statement. The first parameter is the conditional statement. The second parameter is the return value if the condition is met. The third parameter is the value returned if the condition is not met.

The IIF statement has many uses.
- To show or hide data based on a condition.
- To show a default value if a field is null or empty.
- It can be used in a formula to give every other row a background color.
- etc.

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Hi,
so,its like a Ternary operator in Java?
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anandhaksc (10/30/2012)
Hi,
so,its like a Ternary operator in Java?



yes like ternary operator..
.or conditional operator in C (if i remember correctly that's what it called)...

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