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kawai6rr

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I have 3 separate field counts and if all 3 counts come up as NULL then it needs to be an X or else nothing.

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NoPatOcc: IsNull( [P0_Count] And IsNull( [P1_Count] And IsNull( [P2_Count], "X", "")

wrong number of arguments?
 

Gasman

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Forgot the IIF ?
Plus you need to end the ISNULL function after each field name?
 

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Hi. Just a guess but maybe try something like

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IIf(Nz(Field1,"x") & Nz(Field2,"x") & Nz(Field3,"x")="xxx","X","SomethingElse")
 

Pat Hartman

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The code suggested by theDBGuy should solve your immediate problem but storing calculated values is generally poor practice. It would probably be better to calculate this value in a query rather than storing it. If you store it, you have to be exceptionally diligent about ensuring that it is ALWAYS valid.

Also, you have a repeating group so you might consider rethinking your table schema.
 

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Thanks for the responses with your input I was able to get it figured out.

NoPatOcc: IIF (IsNull([P0_Count]), IIf(IsNull([P1_Count]), IIf(IsNull([P2_Count]), "X", " ")))
 

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