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Multiple IIf statements

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Hello everyone. I'm trying to create a formula that will return values based on several fields. I have 2 dates - Depot In and Depot Out. The formula requires more than 2 calculations and this is where get confused whether it is possible to use a IIf statement.

The formula is used to calculate the storage fees of containers

The logic behind the formula is - If [Depot Out] IsNotNull then datediff("d",[Depot In],[Depot Out])*[Storage Fee] ... now here's the trouble: the statement divides into 2 more ifs - if [Depot Out] IsNull and datediff("d",[Depot In],Date())<31 then datediff("d",[Depot In],Date())*[Storage Fee] otherwise 31*[Storage Fee]

Any ideas?

Best regards,Eugene
Aug 3 '08 #1
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  1. DepotFee: IIf(Not IsNull([Depot Out Date]),
  2. DatePart("d",[Depot In Date])*[Storage Fee/Day],
  3. IIf(DateDiff("d",[Depot In Date],
  4. Date())<31,DateDiff("d",[Depot Out Date],Date())*[Storage Fee/Day],
  5. 31*[Storage Fee/Day]))
Solved i guess ;) thanks
Aug 3 '08 #2

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Thanks for posting the solution Eugene.

Welcome to Bytes!
Aug 10 '08 #3

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