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vrf Formula box

Question asked by rsb on Jul 13, 2004
"Wilson, David (US - Orange County, CA)" <David.Wilson@Remec.com> wrote:
> Is there a way to have multiple formulas in one formula box?

sure - just separate by semicolons

> If so, how do you have the result of one formula feed into the next
> formula?.

pass by variable

  a=38*sin(x);
  c=2*pi*a

Note that "result" is the evaluation of the very last formula
  
> I am always connecting the result of one formula box to another formula box,
> which provides a mess of wires.

indeed. see above

Stan


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