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Display parameter values that where chosen at run time

For string parameters with multiple discrete values:

Join(@Your_Parameter, chr(10) & chr(13));

For non-string parameters with multiple discrete values:

WhilePrintingRecords
;
Shared numberVar cnt;
Shared stringVar display;

for cnt := 1 to Count({?Your_Parameter}) do
(

display := display + ToText({?Your_Parameter}[cnt],0,”") + Chr(10);
);

display;

For date range parameters:

Totext(minimum({?Your_Parameter})) & ” to ” & Totext(Maximum({?Your_Parameter}));

For date/time range parameters:

Totext(minimum({?Your_Parameter})) & ” to ” & Totext(Maximum({?Your_Parameter}));

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Count should be used whenever you want to know the number of records that have the same information.

Distinct Count should be used whenever you want to know the number of records where the records are unique or different.

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