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problem with crysatl report

Hi,

I am developing a report by using crystal report in eclipse europa.

I have a problem that , i have a table which contains the two columns (Name, Gender)

I want to show two columns on report

1. Total number of male

2. Total Number of Female

so how to do that .

my logic:

i hv created a variable count for male and female and put filter that if gender=male then cnt++ else cnt1++

but i am not getting the exact result

please guide me step by step (if possible)

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    Posted on May 18, 2009 at 10:37 AM

    Hi,

    try the below methods

    1.

    whilePrintingRecords;

    if male then maleCount++

    else femaleCount++;

    2.

    whileReadingrecords;

    if male then maleCount++

    else femaleCount++;

    Hope it will do help!

    Thanks,

    Saravanakumar.

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    Posted on Apr 13, 2009 at 05:33 PM

    Hello Pankaj,

    Exactly what is the problem that you are facing?

    Are you getting incorrect answers?Or are you getting any error messages?

    Could you please specify?

    Thanks.

    Akshara.

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    Posted on Apr 13, 2009 at 07:05 PM

    Have you tried using two running totals, one has "gender = 'male'" and the other has "gender = 'female'"?

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      Hi,

      You can use the command objects and can fire an SQL query like:

      Select count(gender) from table_name where gender='female'
      to get female count.

      Select count(gender) from table_name where gender='male'
      to get male count.

      Thanks,

      Neeraj

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    Posted on May 21, 2009 at 11:10 PM

    Hi,

    You can use this formula also:

    numberVar f;

    numbervar m;

    if ({Sheet1_.Gender}="Female") then (f:=f+1;)

    else m:=m+1;

    "There are " & Mid(CStr(m),1,length(cstr(m))-3) & " Males and " & Mid(CStr(f),1,length(cstr(f))-3)& " Females";

    Note:Sheet1_.Gender comes from Report Fields.

    Please let me know the results.

    Thanks,

    Neeraj

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