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  1. is it possible to view 2 seperate searches at the same time, eg. i search for john smith and all his various details come up, i then search for john jones and all his details come up. but what i wish to do is view both sets of results at the same time in order to compare the averages of both thank you
  2. 1 stone = 14 pounds i am trying to work out the average of some english weight measurements i have two fields stones pounds example 10 - 13 10 - 13 10 - 13 easy right, the average is 10 - 13 but now try this 11 - 7 11 - 1 10 - 12 10 - 13 i am really struggling with this one all the answers i get for similar problems to this are metric ie 10.92 i cant get the result to go past .10 to .11 .12 .13 any ideas
  3. sorry ive been awhile replying been on holiday took your advice tho and all the percentages now work now i have another problem where by after doing a find the page keeps refreshing all the results drop down one after another and when it gets to the last result it starts loading from the top again this can keep going for several minutes and then stops until i do a new find then it starts again any ideas, i thought it maybe a calculation updating but if so how do i stop it
  4. yep 10 races, do you think its possible to get the percentage wins 10 races = 10 diferent records , (10 different results) all in the result field. or should i start again with the results all in seperate fields
  5. imagine a runner in a race ( 10 or more races ) he finishes in different positions ie 1, 2, 3, 4,1, etc these are my results. i am trying to count the 1's in order to calculate the runners winning percentage thats the why, but like you i am begining to think i need seperate result fields
  6. hi laretta tried your suggestion and what i mean by sort of works is this the stotalcount works fine ie 10 find results and it says 10 but the field only reports what is in the high lighted field ie find one, the field says 4, result says 4 i need it to count all the number ones in the 10 seperate find results your suggestion says value = which is what i need but it doesnt get there hope your not working yourself to hard
  7. hi guys i posed this question a few weeks ago now if i do a find and this comes up with 10 results and i have a field called result which shows different number values ie, 1, 3, 4, 1, 12, 9, 3, 2, 15, 1, how can i get to count all the 1's in this case the answer should be 3, i had a couple of replies, but nothing that worked fully what i need to no is if this is possible or should i rethink my data base grateful for any advice thank you
  8. sorry ive been awhile replying this seems to happen when entering new data and very occasionally when in find mode
  9. hi breeezer i tried this and it works if i only have one find result but if i have 10 finds it lists them all seperatley i need the total of number ones in the 10 find results any more ideas
  10. the field only contains one number ie if i do a find and it comes up with 10 results the number field will have 10 separate values ie 1, 2, 5, 1, 3, 6, 11, 8, 9, 1, i need to count all the number ones and not the eleven so the result should say 3 thank you bye
  11. thanks for reading my post and even more for replying i will try these solutions out and LaRetta if you could send me a sample file i would be grateful
  12. if i have have a field with different number values in it ie 1, 2, 3, etc how do i get to count all the number 1,s not so easy for a newbie thank you
  13. i had a problem with my data base keep refreshing looping whatever you like to call it, i then dicovered that there was somekind of bug relating to having my ipod mini plugged in to my p.c at the same time. solution un plug the ipod but now at random times this affliction has started again does anyone else suffer from this or has cured it i'd be glad to no its not only me
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