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    Pushing one parameter to another if third parameter is true

    Hey there, i was wondering if it is possible, to make a calculated value in a schedule, from an other paramater, which has the same value as another parameter, but i only want the parameter if a third parameter has a special value.. I know this sounds weird, but here as a if example


    If param "Value" is = to "Yes" then "Value2" = "Value1"

    Is this doable, and how may that if statement look like? Hope i make any sense

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    https://www.revitforum.org/tutorials...day-usage.html

    if(Value>0,Value1,0)

    if Value is greater than 0, then use Value1, otherwise 0
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    Thx so much for showing me, i want to learn But its seems that its a bit mor complicated than that i put a picture, to try and tell what i wanna do, maybe you could write me how the code would look in context?


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    I dont think you can not use the type parameter in a formula.
    Last edited by Robin Deurloo; March 17th, 2019 at 07:49 AM.

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    I looks like you're dealing with occupancy calculations. Search the forum for that subject, you'll find some in depth replies that should help with that task.

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