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Something wrong with formula

Something wrong with formula

Something wrong with formula

(OP)
Hellow,

What is wrong with this formula ?

if "thickness g" == 3mm {chamfer=5mm}
else if "thickness g" == 4mm or "thickness g" == 5mm {chamfer = 1mm}
else if "thickness g" >= 6mm or "thickness g" <=8mm {chamfer = 1,5mm}

Bad kind of argument number 2 in Operator ==
(should be Enumere Insted of Length

Respect
Amnon

RE: Something wrong with formula

Amnon,

Lots.

1. Do not use quotation marks around the string variable
2. Do not use commas for periods. (assume you are using Spanish keyboard or other)

Anyway this will fix problem just cut and paste into the rule

if `thickness g`  == 3mm
{
chamfer=5mm
}
else if `thickness g` ==4mm or `thickness g`  == 5mm
{
chamfer = 1mm
}
else if `thickness g`  >= 6mm or `thickness g`  <=8mm
{
chamfer = 1.5mm
}

Regards

Nev

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