Thanks! 1 commentshareall 1 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]2A5X2 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(0 children)Access uses IIF() instead of IF(). If so, it replaces the Null with a 0 in this calculation. Forum Board FAQ Forum Rules Guidelines for Forum Use FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Search New Posts Zero Reply Posts Subscribed Threads MrExcel Consulting Advanced Search I can't remember the finer details of exactly where I've found this (may even be in Excel rather than Access) but there certainly is somewhere where Nz() is not available but weblink
I will try this and hopefully it works! Mark H Guest I am trying to divide two columns and get a percentage and the following errors: #Div/0! (division by Zero error) #Num! (0 divide by 0 error) how do Mine took care of the problem if Number2 was Null, and yours took care of the problem if Number2 = 0, but neither took care of both possibilities! You need the Is Null statement in that case.
Use the Nz function. =nz(me.text39/5, 0) if the me.text = 0 then a null value would be the result. Test for 0. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum.
Your suggestion worked like a charm and I now have no more "division by zero" errors. Posts: 106 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts SteveH, Thank you for taking the time to help me resolve this error. Maybe an iif statement? Division By Zero Error Java Any idea how I can work this one out also?
Queries handle IIF slightly different than VBA. Microsoft Access Division By Zero Error Since I believe that when you use IIF as > an expression in a control (as opposed to using it in a query) both the > True and the False argument Since I believe that when you use IIF as > > an expression in a control (as opposed to using it in a query) both the > > True and the http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_access-mso_windows8/getting-an-error-in-access-query-division-by-zero/6aca4dd8-3dda-45e6-8559-c6489dc8f8c1 with the nz function it will return a 0 in the code I have included.
IIf([text39]>0, (Sum([SumOfGeneral_Repair])/[text39]) ,0) __________________ No one is expected to know everything and we can all learn from each other if we try. Division By Zero Error In Sql Thank's Corey #4 (permalink) September 29th, 2005, 06:07 AM doggiebore Registered User Join Date: Sep 2005 Location: , , . See if that query has any division... I do not reply to personal e-mail fredg, May 13, 2009 #7 Duane Hookom Guest I don't care for IIf() or any other expressions that could return two different data
Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? http://www.utteraccess.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1963509 Thanks, Olly Jan 4 '08 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 9 Replies Expert Mod 15k+ P: 29,922 NeoPa Try setting the result to : Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers =IIf([Number2]=0,[Number1],[Number1]/[Number2]) Jan 4 '08 Division By Zero Error In Access Report Any suggestions on how to avoid this error in the future? Ms Access Divide By Zero Error Is there a word for an atomic unit of flour?
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I want it to show 0.00% if [rtn 1] = 0 and [proc1]=0 Here is your description with my fields inserted. =IIf((Nz([rtn 1],0)=0 Or Nz([proc1]),0)=0,Null,([rtn 1]/Nz([proc1],0)=0,0)) Will you give it a I get the dreaded "division by zero" error when I try and open a query. I do not reply to personal e-mail fredg, May 13, 2009 #3 Mark H Guest Below is my exact expression: =(([Ext Price Compare 1])/([Ext Price Compare 2]))-1 Ext Price Compare http://darrenmanning.com/by-zero/division-by-zero-error-in-access-query.html Site Message (Message will auto close in 2 seconds)Welcome to UtterAccess!
There are sometimes Zero's in Ext Price Compare 1 and sometimes there are zero's in Ext Price Compare 2, so for example: Ext Price Compare 1 Ext Price Compare 2 Formula Division By Zero Error Crystal Reports We use advertisements to support this website and fund the development of new content. If either field is =0 then no > division is done.
So you might have to use > something along the lines of the following to keep the division from > generating an error. > > =IIf(Nz([Ext Price Compare 1],0)=0 > or I do not reply to personal e-mail fredg, May 13, 2009 #2 Advertisements fredg Guest On Wed, 13 May 2009 12:09:04 -0700, Mark H wrote: > I am trying to Thanks so much, this works a treat. Division By Zero Error Vba MSAccessRookie View Public Profile Find More Posts by MSAccessRookie 07-20-2009, 01:06 PM #7 Kryst51 Singin' in the Hou.
It's quick & easy. All rights reserved. Rain Join Date: Jun 2009 Location: Texas Posts: 1,898 Thanks: 0 Thanked 1 Time in 1 Post Re: Divide by Zero ERROR - HELP!!! http://darrenmanning.com/by-zero/division-by-zero-sql-error.html Posts: 106 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Yes most of the fields that use any formulas are dates and currency Below is the SQL code: SELECT DISTINCT Buyer.[Buyer
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