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IIf Function

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Blossie, Nov 16, 2011.

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  1. Blossie

    Blossie Thread Starter

    Nov 16, 2011
    I am trying nest a iif function for a provider points which is dependent on service provider.
    that is to say when tickets are purchase from A, members earn 9 reward points for every $85 spent on ticket, other if tickets are purchase from B,C,D and E the reward points are equivalent to the distance travelled. How do I incorporate this into the iif function.

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  2. Squashman

    Squashman Trusted Advisor

    Apr 4, 2003
    Well your computer specs are for the most part irrelevant for your problem. I am assuming this is a programming question and we don't know what computer language you are programming in.

    This question would probably be better served in the software development category. You can report your thread and ask for it to be moved there if you wish.
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