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  1. Why is there a number after a user name when I export to a file ...

    ... Why is there a number after a user name when I export to a file out of QuickBase? This number is the UID for the users in QuickBase. This ...

    http://quickbase.intuit.com/developer/knowledge-base/why-there-number-after-user-name-when-i-export-file-out-quickbase
  2. Is it possible to display the number of records in a particular ...

    ... the Article. I am trying to run a report sorted and grouped ... able to click a column heading to re-sort the data. ... 1); Columns to Display (1); Matching (5); Sorting / Grouping (1 ...

    http://quickbase.intuit.com/developer/knowledge-base/it-possible-display-number-records-particular-multiple-choice-category-percentage-all-record
  3. I love being able to click a column heading to re-sort the data. ...

    ... How does it sort things when I click a column heading in a report that has grouped data? For reports with grouped data, clicking a column heading sorts the data ...

    http://quickbase.intuit.com/developer/knowledge-base/i-love-being-able-click-column-heading-re-sort-data-how-does-it-sort-things-when-i-click-col
  4. When I use Lastname: to search for users, the number ...

    ... When I use Lastname: to search for users, the number returned is less than the number of users shown in my account usage stats. Why? ...

    http://quickbase.intuit.com/developer/knowledge-base/i-have-lot-users-access-apps-my-billing-account-and-when-i-use-lastname-f-etc-display-them-n
  5. floating point number discrepanices | QuickBase Resources

    ... The computer thus has to make approximation for these numbers. Since the amount of space given for doubles is 52 bits, the nearest representable number is ...

    http://quickbase.intuit.com/developer/knowledge-base/why-are-there-discrepancies-when-rounding-and-comparing-floating-point-numbers
  6. How do I write a formula that pads out IP Addresses with ...

    ... formula field might be used only for sorting and not ... Text; addresses; formula; IP; leading zeros; sort. 70976 reads. ... 2). Formulas (19): Aggregation (1); Dates (3); Numbers ...

    http://quickbase.intuit.com/developer/knowledge-base/how-do-i-write-formula-pads-out-ip-addresses-leading-zeros-so-i-can-sort-them-properly-examp
  7. How come when I export from a user field I get these negative ...

    ... Forms (6); View Forms (2). Formulas (19): Aggregation (1); Dates (3); Numbers (2 ... Additional Options (1); Columns to Display (1); Matching (5); Sorting / Grouping (1). Roles ...

    http://quickbase.intuit.com/developer/knowledge-base/how-come-when-i-export-user-field-i-get-these-negative-numbers-enclosed-angle-brackets-right
  8. How do I create an automatically increasing sequential ...

    ... do I create an automatically increasing sequential number or alpha ... How can I set up a numbering system to ... Columns to Display (1); Matching (5); Sorting / Grouping (1 ...

    http://quickbase.intuit.com/developer/knowledge-base/how-do-i-create-automatically-increasing-sequential-number-or-alpha-numeric-string
  9. What are the most common QuickBase actions that can affect ...

    ... Limit the number of columns returned by your reports to display only the most important data necessary for the user to take effective action. Use sorting and grouping ...

    http://quickbase.intuit.com/developer/knowledge-base/what-are-most-common-quickbase-actions-can-affect-performance
  10. xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <rss version="2.0" xml ...

    ... field might be used only for sorting and not ... developer/category/ knowledge-base-tags/sort">sort</category> <pubDate ... p&gt; &lt;p&gt;where the number eleven above ...

    http://quickbase.intuit.com/developer/taxonomy/term/344/0/feed

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