in the Script Editor and I have tried with both languages(javascript/formcalc).. but everytime when I go to preview, it either tells me that there is. FormCalc is a simple yet powerful calculation language modeled on common spreadsheet software. Its purpose is to facilitate fast and efficient form design. To make accessing object properties and values easier, FormCalc includes shortcuts to reduce the effort required to create references. This section describes .

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Although FormCalc and JavaScript are intended for two different types of users, there is some overlap between the types of built-in functions they offer. The following table lists all available FormCalc functions and whether a comparable formalc exists within JavaScript. For more information about FormCalc functions and their parameters, see Built-in function syntax. Returns the number of periods needed for an investment earning a fixed, but compounded, interest rate to grow to a future value.

Returns the future value of consistent payment amounts made at regular intervals at a constant interest rate. Determines whether the given parameter is a valid reference syntax with a non-null, non-empty, or non-blank value.

Extracts a specified number of characters from a string, starting with the first character on the left. Returns the net present value of an investment based on a discount rate and a series of periodic future cash flows. This function is similar to the String. Returns the present value of an investment of periodic constant payments at a constant interest rate. Returns the compound interest rate per period required for an investment to grow from present adobw future value in a given period.

Extracts several characters from a given string, beginning with the last character on the right. Evaluates a given numeric value or expression and returns a number rounded to the given number of decimal places.

Converts a number to a character string. FormCalc formats the result to the specified width and rounds to the specified number of decimal places. Returns the number of periods required to reach a given future value from periodic constant payments into an interest-bearing account. Returns the units of a unitspan. A unitspan is a string consisting of a number followed by a unit name. Returns the numeric value of a measurement with its associated unitspan after an optional unit conversion.

Scripting with FormCalc and JavaScript. FormCalc function Description JavaScript method equivalent Abs n1 Returns the absolute value of a numeric value or expression. None At s1, s2 Locates the starting character position of a string within another string. None Ceil n1 Returns the whole number greater than or equal to a given number. None Concat s1 [, s None CTerm n1, adoobe, n3 Returns the number of periods needed for an investment earning a fixed, but compounded, interest rate to grow to a future value.

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None Date Returns the current system date as the number of days since the epoch. Date2Num d1 [, f1 [, k1 ] ] Returns the number of days since the epoch, given a date string.

The JavaScript Date object does not use the epoch as a reference formcqlc. DateFmt [ n1 [, k1 ] ] Returns a date format string, given a date format style. None Decode s1 [, s2 ] Returns the decoded version of tormcalc given string. Encode s1 [, s2 ] Returns the encoded version of a given string. Eval Returns the value of a given form calculation. None Floor n1 Returns the largest whole number that is less than or equal to the given value.

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None FV n1, n2, n3 Returns the future value of consistent payment amounts made at regular intervals at a constant interest rate. None HasValue v1 Determines whether the given parameter is a valid reference syntax with a non-null, non-empty, or non-blank value.

None IPmt n1, n2, n3, n4, n5 Returns the amount of interest paid on a loan over a set time. None IsoDate2Num d1 Returns the number of days since the epoch, given a valid date string.

None IsoTime2Num d1 Returns the number of milliseconds since the epoch, given a valid time string. None Left s1, n1 Extracts a forcmalc number of characters from a string, starting with the first character on the left. None LocalTimeFmt [ n1 [, k1 ] ] Returns a localized time format string, given a time format style.

None Lower s1 [, k1 ] Converts all uppercase characters within a specified string to lowercase cormcalc. None You can formcacl JavaScript regular expressions formcacl perform this operation. Max n1 [, n NPV n1, n2 [, None Num2Date n1[, f1 [, k1 ] ] Returns a date string given a number of days since the epoch.

None Num2Time n1 [,f1 [, k1 ] ] Returns a time string given a number of milliseconds from the epoch. None Oneof s1, s2 [, s None This function is similar to the String. Parse s1, s2 Analyzes the given data according to the given picture format.

None Pmt n1, n2, n3 Returns the payment for a loan based on constant payments and a constant interest rate. None PPmt n1, n2, n3, n4, n5 Returns the amount of principal paid on a loan over a period of time.

None PV n1, n2, n3 Returns the present value of an investment of periodic constant payments at a constant interest rate. None Rate n1, n2, n3 Returns the compound interest rate per period required for an investment to grow from present to future value in a given period. None Ref Returns a reference to an existing object.

None Replace s1, s2 [, s3 ] Replaces all occurrences of one string with another within a specified string. Space n1 Returns a string consisting of a given number of blank spaces. None Str n1 [, n2 [, n3 ] ] Converts a number to a character string. String n1 or Number. None Substr s1, n1, n2 Extracts a portion of a given string. None Term n1, n2, n3 Returns the number of periods required to reach a given future value from periodic constant payments into an interest-bearing account.

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None Time Returns the current system time as the number of milliseconds since the epoch. Time2Num d1 [, f1 [, k1 ] ] Returns the number of milliseconds since the epoch, given a time string.

None TimeFmt [n1 [, k1 ] ] Returns a time format, given a time format style. None UnitType s1 Returns the units of a unitspan.

None UnitValue s1 [, s2 ] Returns the numeric value of a measurement with its associated unitspan after an optional unit conversion.

None Upper s1 [, k1 ] Converts all lowercase characters within a string to uppercase. None Within s1, s2, s3 Returns true 1 acobe the test value is within a given range, and false 0 if it is not. Returns the absolute value of a numeric value or expression. Apr n1, n2, n3.

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Returns the annual percentage rate for a loan. Locates the starting character position of a string within another string.

Avg n1 [, n Returns the whole number greater than or equal to a given number. Choose n1, s1 [, s Selects a value from a given set of parameters. Concat s1 [, s Returns the concatenation of two or more strings. Count n1 [, n CTerm n1, n2, n3. Returns the current system date as the number of days since flrmcalc epoch.

Date2Num d1 [, f1 [, k1 ] ]. Returns the number of days since the epoch, given a date string. DateFmt [ n1 [, k1 ] ]. Returns a date format string, given a date format style.

Decode s1 [, s2 ].

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Returns the decoded version of a given string. Encode s1 [, s2 ].

Returns the encoded version of a given string. Returns the value of a given form calculation.

Determines whether the given parameter is a valid reference syntax to an existing object. Returns the largest whole number that is less than aeobe equal to the given value. Formats the given data according to the specified picture format string. FV n1, n2, n3. IPmt fotmcalc, n2, n3, n4, n5. Returns the amount of interest paid on a loan over a set time. Returns the number of days since the epoch, given a valid date string. Returns the number of milliseconds since the epoch, given a valid time string.

Returns the number of characters in a given string. LocalDateFmt [ n1 [, k1 ] ].