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## List values for end score

Hello,

I am building an app where I will have about 9 drop downs, each with the same fields: YES, NO, N/A and I want them to be weighed/valued the same as:

YES = 1

NO = 0

N/A = No value

Then I need to figure out a way to have a 'score' field tally up the total from all 9 drop downs to give me a composite score (and then ultimately a percentage).  I'm sure this is possible, but I am not sure how to start this.

Any guidance or support is appreciated.

Thank you

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Super User

Here's one way, of many.

I made 9 dropdowns, each with items of ["YES", "NO", "N/A"]

each ones onchange had the following code

``````Switch(q1.Selected.Value,
"YES",Set(PointCount1,1);Set(TotalCount1,1),
"NO",Set(PointCount1,0);Set(TotalCount1,1),
"N/A",Set(PointCount1,0);Set(TotalCount1,0));

Set(RunningScore, Sum(PointCount1,PointCount2,PointCount3,PointCount4,PointCount5,PointCount6,PointCount7,PointCount8,PointCount9));
Set(RunnignQuestionCount, Sum(TotalCount1,TotalCount2,TotalCount3,TotalCount4,TotalCount5,TotalCount6,TotalCount7,TotalCount8,TotalCount9))``````

(except the 1 becomes 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 respectively for each subsequent dropdown so they each have and maintain their own individual counts)

next to them i have 3 labels, text of each is below

``"Total Yes: "&RunningScore``

``"Total Questions: "&RunnignQuestionCount``

``"Score: "&RoundDown(RunningScore/RunnignQuestionCount*100,0)&"%"``
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Super User

Here's one way, of many.

I made 9 dropdowns, each with items of ["YES", "NO", "N/A"]

each ones onchange had the following code

``````Switch(q1.Selected.Value,
"YES",Set(PointCount1,1);Set(TotalCount1,1),
"NO",Set(PointCount1,0);Set(TotalCount1,1),
"N/A",Set(PointCount1,0);Set(TotalCount1,0));

Set(RunningScore, Sum(PointCount1,PointCount2,PointCount3,PointCount4,PointCount5,PointCount6,PointCount7,PointCount8,PointCount9));
Set(RunnignQuestionCount, Sum(TotalCount1,TotalCount2,TotalCount3,TotalCount4,TotalCount5,TotalCount6,TotalCount7,TotalCount8,TotalCount9))``````

(except the 1 becomes 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 respectively for each subsequent dropdown so they each have and maintain their own individual counts)

next to them i have 3 labels, text of each is below

``"Total Yes: "&RunningScore``

``"Total Questions: "&RunnignQuestionCount``

``"Score: "&RoundDown(RunningScore/RunnignQuestionCount*100,0)&"%"``
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Helper III

Hey Rob,

Thank you so much!  I appreciate the detailed response.  I do have some questions as I may need this broken down a bit for me.   Would you be able to share more of your setup as I think it would be easier for me to understand if it were broken up and simplified.

For example, I wasn't sure what 'q1' was in the 'onchange' part (I assume question 1, but wasn't sure how that fit).

Just any additional guidance is appreciated.

Thank you again

Helper III

Rob - I should have waited for the coffee to set in.  I applied it and that works perfectly!  Thank you so much!  I may need to reach back out as I go further here, but so far I think this will work for what I need.

Thank you again!

Helper III

Question:

This works great, but I want it with just the percentage.  I tried to remove the 'Total' but then it does not work.  Is there a way to have a field just yield the percentage and not "total: 100%"?

Thank you!

Super User

remove the total: bit, and also the & after it

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Regular Visitor
I have the exact same task to complete, but getting an error in "On change" for whatever reason. Q1 is your data card value, correct?
Helper III

Sorry, I'm not 100% sure of your question - but this solution worked for me.

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