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The following problem: Chart x-axis represents calendar weeks from 2021/35 to 2022/36 (current week 2022/19). I don't want to represent every week as a label, but only every 5th week. Up to the current week it looks relatively good, but after that every week is displayed as label.
Hello friends. How are you? First of all, I want to say that, I am new to this forum, and this is my first post also. I don't know this is the right place or not. But I expected that I can get better suggestions from you. Guys, I have a problem; That is, I can not solve my Windows10 stuck on loading issue. After several attempts, I had been tried my best effort but the issue is unchanged. Since I am not experienced in this matter; So I am asking you for suggestions in this regard. Can you help me somehow?
Thanks for replying. Whenever I was trying to start Windows10, at this time it stuck while loading. Sorry for unable to upload any screenshot for prof. But I already figure out the issue after finding this on Google. The issue if fixed after resetting the RAM and BIOS. Now it is working normally like earlier.
I am currently writing a WinForms application in C# with a Microsoft Access database backend and using Crystal Reports for reporting.
One table in the database contains a numeric field which can allow any numeric value including zero, but is can also be Null. Currently when I display a report any field that contains a zero value is displayed as empty. I have played around with the "Show zero as" setting but it is either blank for both zero and Null values or it shows "0" for both zero and Null values.
I would like to display "0" for zero values and "" for Null values.