I have so so BIG problem!!

So, I'm trying to generate the verdict syntax calculation, but it shows the wrong answer. Please help me T_T.

The pictures show the filled value from 2 columns before. In the last column, I tried to write the formula: IF([%LIN @150mA]<="10%", "PASS", "NOT PASS") and it didn't work

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The data type column of [%LIN @150mA] shows as the picture below. enter image description here

Thank you for your help.

  • What is the type of [%LIN @150mA] column? Can you share the screenshot of column settings for this column as well? Oct 17, 2023 at 11:06
  • It's calculated (calculation based on other columns) and the data type returned is number. I have added a screenshot on the top already, thank you.
    – kkaxm
    Oct 18, 2023 at 2:28
  • Try using IF([%LIN @150mA]<=10, "PASS", "NOT PASS") or IF([%LIN @150mA]<=10%, "PASS", "NOT PASS"). Let me know if it works for you. Oct 18, 2023 at 4:22
  • I tried already, but it didn't work again. Can I ask you something? If I calculate from the input number, also use the text function to format like "0.00", and select datatype to number. What is the final type after calculation, is it a number??
    – kkaxm
    Oct 18, 2023 at 4:32
  • Instead of using text() function to format it, use "Show as percentage" check box to % after the calculated number. Oct 18, 2023 at 6:13

1 Answer 1


Modified the data type column of [%LIN @150mA] according to the following figure: enter image description here

The data type column of [VD %LIN @150mA] Using this formula: IF([%LIN @150mA]<=10%, "PASS", "NOT PASS")

Numeric percentages do not require double quotes.

Here is my test, ignoring my test data, this worked during my test period: enter image description here

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