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Is there a way to make the value that is being calculated stop at 0?Asked by phoneprobs on January 27, 2016 at 04:56 PM
is there a way to make the value that is being calculated stop at 0?
Say an iPhone is being considered but has 10 different damages...the damages decrease in value is $120, where the phone is only being bought at a max of $100 so it would end up in -$20 offer. Can I make it just stop once it hits $0? Im sorry if my question is complicated and scatterbrained.
I was working on a sample form, after a few minutes I was able to find a workaround, you just would need to use the form calculation widget, the check box field to list all the damages and a total field, it's a text box field.
Take a look on my sample form: https://form.jotform.com/60267025597965.
If it works as you need, you may clone it and take a look to the conditions and the formulas that I used on my form.
You may also hide the form calculation widget and only show the total on your form.
Hope this helps.