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what doe this one line code means pls suggest

hi there is form in which it is being a line printed as

Grand Total,,&TOTAL(10RT)&

here grand total will print and total is a vaable from program it will take and print values not pls tell me what does thi 10RT mean in bracket

thre is a issue that the no. of digits are not displayed its being vanished from start ie first two characters are being not dislayed

14,625,000.00 is value

but its coming as *625000.00

Please suggest

Arora

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    Posted on Jan 23, 2008 at 09:24 AM

    hi,

    here two formating options are used

    10 R means right justified with length of 10 and

    T means it will remove the signs of , indicating housand or hundred. try using 12 R with T.

    hope may be usefull.

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  • Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 05:18 AM

    Hi Arora,

    Just write it as 12RT.

    &TOTAL(12RT)&

    here R means right justified.

    regards

    Ravi Shankar Reddy

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    Posted on Jan 23, 2008 at 11:00 AM

    hi ,

    u might have encountered the problem in sapscript. the first part is the hard coded part that appears in the script irrespective of any value ...and the &____& part carrries the value. This value actually gets populated in the driver program of the script or the itcsy structure, and it is imported in the script and used as a variable. Unless u use the & sign, it wont work.!. this is a way of passing the value from the variable into the print output.

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