I am having some trouble getting a value to calculate correctly in AHK, that is calculating correctly in MS Excel. I've converted the formula to what I *think* is correct given the difference in AHK commands and Excel formula functions, but what I'm finding is that one digit is off.
Here's the original formula from Excel:
And here's the AHK code. I broke it into chunks to make it more manageable:
;Calculations for the six digit code
FirstFormulaSection := Mod(CalDay, 10) * CalMonth * 100000
MsgBox % FirstFormulaSection
SecondFormulaSection := Floor((Mod((CalYear/10),10)*10)-(Floor(10*Mod((CalYear/100),10))*10))
MsgBox % SecondFormulaSection
ThirdFormulaSection := Floor(10*Mod((CalYear/100),10))
MsgBox % ThirdFormulaSection
FourthFormulaSection := Floor(CalDay/10)
MsgBox % FourthFormulaSection
SixDigitCode := Floor(FirstFormulaSection + SecondFormulaSection * 10000 + ThirdFormulaSection * 1000 + 70 + FourthFormulaSection) ;Floor() is used here to make the value a whole number with no decimals
I've used floor() because I don't think AHK has a function similar to int() or trunc() that the Excel formula is using. I do think it's important to note that trunc(-3.5) would return -3, while floor(-3.5) would return -4 (at least, this is my understanding on how floor() would work).
I'm not sure where I'm going wrong in this. I have another program with the exact same calculations to generate this code, the only difference in that program is that you can't select a new date (it's using DateTime and a_now to get the year, month, etc). In this program, I've used MonthCal.
Thanks in advance for the help.