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Please tell me how to convert integer to text in nav 2016
Header3:=Header1-AgewseDate; this is integer filed i want to add ">=" with is filed please tell me how its possible
i have used this code
Integer field := Header1-AgewseDate;
Text filed := '>=' + formate(integer field);
but getting error like this can not convert ">= " as integer.
please give any solution
Evalute(header3,Text filed) - this means that you try to convert text to integer.
For convert in text you just need to use FORMAT();
So simply use FORMAT(header3);
EVALUATE is the standard keyword in NAV which converts almost every data type into the data type in which you want.
This will convert text into Integer.
Thank you for both replies i got a solutions.
To clarify other first time programmers like me:
1. define a new global or local variable, which is defined as integer; eg. ToInteger
2. the evaluate function will then be: EVALUATE(ToInteger, 'the strings, functions etc etc that you would like to convert into integer')
Apparently the evaluate function would try to change the given values to whatever type of data the variable has been defined to be.
And thank you for previous answers, they led the way!
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