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    How Do I Calculate the Percentage of Checkboxes Completed in a Field?

    Asked by Fifty3Degrees on November 09, 2015 at 12:23 PM
    calculate percentage how many checked form calculation count function check boxes selected checkboxes selected how many selected
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    Answered by abajan on November 09, 2015 at 03:01 PM

    Thanks for asking. This can be achieved as follows:

    1. Add a Form Calculation widget to the form (see this guide)

    2. In the widget's wizard, click the More Math Functions button:


    3.
    Scroll down to the Other Functions section and click count()


    4.
    Click the Add Field button

    5. Click the tag for the checkbox field to insert it between the parentheses of the count() function

    6. Add *10 to the end of the expression, so that it becomes:

    That's what I did in this demo. Feel free to clone and examine it.

    If you need further help with this, please inform us.

    Thanks

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    Answered by abajan on November 09, 2015 at 03:14 PM

    Hang on! That expression is incorrect. Let me get back to you shortly.

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    Answered by abajan on November 09, 2015 at 03:28 PM

    Okay, my apologies. The expression should actually be

    So you would have to manually count the number of checkboxes in the field and substitute it for the 10 in the screenshot. I've updated the expression in the demo.