07-20-2009, 01:09 PM #8 MSAccessRookie AWF VIP Join Date: May 2008 Location: Central NJ, USA I quickly discovered problems in calculations that used Taylor Series and other iterative calculations as well as in code that attempted to trap for division by zero. You would expect the solution to be 0.1, but look what happens when you try this in the debug window: ? 100.8 - 100.7 9.99999999999943E-02 The error is in the 14th Division By Zero Error In Access 2010 This is a business rule of how to calculate inventory turns.

I'm not sure I like it, but it might be useful to know of, some day. vtdView Member Profile Jan 21 2009, 01:24 AM Post#4Retired ModeratorPosts: 19,667Joined: 14-July 05ill have to check with the users on what they want the database to do or to display.emember that This is especially true when you are doing math. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa232579(v=vs.60).aspx The problems discussed in this article impact not only module code but also calculations performed in queries, and exists in Microsoft Excel, C++, Visual Basic 6, and VB.NET and C# in

I want division to throw the error because it's the flag that something is wrong. Ms Access #error In Query For the most part Access, VBA, VB, and .NET do, but there are several areas where they generate unexpected results. Making the initial query a subselect and then doing a GROUP BY on the outer query also changes the results because there is division involved. –Andrew Steitz Mar 1 '13 at Note: the extra set of parenthesis are for clarification only and can be removed if you desire.

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Custom Search UtterAccess Forums>Microsoftģ Access>Access Queries Union Query Yields "Division by Zero" Error Forum HomeSearchHelpUA Messages|-- UtterAccess.com NewsAccess Knowledge Center|-- Access Code Archive|-- Access Knowledgebase Access If Error Then 0 Monday, September 14, 2009 3:49 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi Shivani, ¬† I try this as in your 3rd post, it also works in my test

or Abfrage-Serverfehler Fehlermeldung -237: DMS-E-GENERAL, Fehler während der Operation 'asynchronous open' DMS-E-MATHEXCEPTION, Arithmetischer Fehler EXPENG-E-OVF_FP, ìúberlauf bei einer -Operation or Abfrage-Serverfehler Fehlermeldung -237: DMS-E-GENERAL, Fehler während der Operation 'asynchronous open' get redirected here Send No thanks Thank you for your feedback! × English (United States)‎ Contact Us Privacy & Cookies Terms of use & sale Trademarks Accessibility Legal © 2016 Microsoft United States English To get around this, you need to increase the dblSmall value in the IsEqual() function. MSAccessRookie View Public Profile Find More Posts by MSAccessRookie 07-20-2009, 01:01 PM #5 Kryst51 Singin' in the Hou. Access Iferror Function

vtdView Member Profile Jan 21 2009, 04:48 PM Post#6Retired ModeratorPosts: 19,667Joined: 14-July 05C'est la vie... « Next Oldest· Access Queries· Next Newest »Display Mode: Standard · Switch to: · Switch to: viccop Forms 3 04-09-2009 08:26 AM Query - Divide Mesh Queries 5 03-21-2006 01:48 AM [SOLVED] Overflow Error Jefro Modules & VBA 8 04-01-2005 09:52 AM Program Error Divide by zero Blaming Microsoft Access instead of the Developer History of Access Microsoft Access Versions, Service Packs and Updates How Access Started Microsoft Access and Office 2010 SP2 Issues Top 14 Features Added navigate to this website Originally the question seemed to be phrased as "what can I do to just hide this error." Since then, it has evolved.

My thinking and reasoning skills are a little off today, due to the fact that I am tired..... Replace #error With 0 In Access SET ARITHABORT OFF SET and ANSI_WARNINGS OFF do it work - after 2 days of fighting with divide by zero at WHERE clause. Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft.

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For more information about working with VBA, select Developer Reference in the drop-down list next to Search and enter one or more terms in the search box. Hereís a simple function that tries to prevent division by zero: Function CalcDivision(dblNumerator As Double, dblDenominator As Double) As Double If IsEqual(dblDenominator, 0) Then ' Should be undefined. In a form, you want to denote whether Italian is the first language of the contact. #num Error In Access Linked Table The¬†field¬†Fc is¬†calculated by¬†IF(Fb = 0,0,Fa/Fb).¬† ¬† ¬† So, could you provide more details for this report so that I can repro your issue in my environment?

Can anyone tell me why this might be happening? FMS_Subtract(100.8, 100.7) .1 Applying this to the earlier division, youíll find that division by zero is properly trapped: Sub TestDivision() ' Perform: CalcDivision(10, 100.8-100.7-.1) which returned ' -1.757502293608E+15 due to subtraction This forum is about taking the next step (or perhaps the next two steps) toward becoming a better Access programmer, and the AWF Forum Members will help you on your journey.To my review here Luke Chung is the president and founder of FMS, Inc., the world's leading Access development firm.

The information provided in this document is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind. What if I forgot to re-enable the warnings? If the expression is true, IIf returns one value; if it is false, IIf returns another. with the nz function it will return a 0 in the code I have included.

MSAccessRookie View Public Profile Find More Posts by MSAccessRookie 07-20-2009, 01:21 PM #11 boblarson Former Moderator Join Date: Jan 2001 Location: Oregon, USA Posts: Not the answer you're looking for? Otherwise, return "New." =IIf(Eval([Volts] Between 12 And 15 And [Amps] Between 0.25 And 0.3),"OK","Out of calibration") If [Volts] is between 12 and 15 and [Amps] is between 0.25 and 0.3, return This type of answer should never be accepted in any form.