I have a variable ‘NTData’ which has a value 1.4GB.
I did a string conversion NTData.Split("G"c)(0) and assigned it to NTDataInt
Then i want to multiply by 1000 so i created another variable and assigned
Doing above as i want to do the above multiplication.
When i did this i get the above compiler error.
I did the very same thing to another variable in the same workflow and it came out fine.
Any idea why the above happens and how to correct. All variables are ‘Generic Value’ type
You were almost done
Kindly try like this
NTData = “1.4GB”
Then use a assign activity with string variable
Str_NTDataInt = Split(NTData.ToString,”G”)(0).ToString
Then finally a assign activity like this
Str_Output = (Convert.ToDouble(Str_NTDataInt.ToString)*1000).ToString
Where the double value is now stored in a string variable
Or if we want that to be in a double variable then
In variable create a variable of type System.Double and assign it like this
dou_NTTData = Convert.ToDouble(Str_NTDataInt.ToString)*1000
I typed almost the same thing and after seeing your one I just removed everything I typed haha
Thanks, worked out, chose to retain as String. Also tried the other solution for practice that worked too.
Thanks Lahiru for the effort. Both worked, chose to stick with retaining as string
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