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  • #16
    Re: Script help

    first add up all buys within a product
    add up all sells within the same product
    if there's no difference put a T in the code field of all lines for the buys and sell for that product.

    If there's a difference, how much is the difference.
    if you find a line with the same difference within that same product, change the code on that line to a P.
    if there's no even quantity with that difference, go to the first line for that product and check the quantity.
    If the quantity is bigger, split that line.
    if the quantity is smaller go to the next line...

    The important thing here is if the buys are more than sells, we split a buy line, if the sells are more than buys we split the sells line.

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    • #17
      Re: Script help

      Ok, so using my last example what would the table entries for that single product look like after the script is finished?

      -- tom

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      • #18
        Re: Script help

        in this case it

        the sells would be 3T
        any total of 3buys would have a T the rest would have a P

        What determines that ?
        It is entirely up to you as long as it's the correct difference of qty. There's no criteria.

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        • #19
          Re: Script help

          it should be like this

          Code:
          B     s
          1T
          1T
          2P
          1T
                3T
          1P
          
          Or
          
          1T
          1T
          1T
          1P
          1P
                3T
          1P

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          • #20
            Re: Script help

            I think something like this would do the trick:

            Code:
            Pseudo code
            
            For each product
                sum the buys
                sum the sells
                determine the difference
            
                set code to "T" for each line who's type has the smaller sum i.e.
                     if the sells are smaller, set all sell lines "T"
            
                spread the smaller sum across the lines comprising the larger sum as follows:
                    loop through the lines 
                        if the remaining_to_spread = the quantity mark that line T and set 
                               remaining_to_spread to zero
            	    if the remaining_to_spread is > 0 and > the quantity mark that line T and
                               subtract quantity from remaining_to_spread
                        if the remaining to spread is > 0 and < the quantity split the line 
            
            	    Then, finally, if there are other lines remaining mark them P

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            • #21
              Re: Script help

              Thanks Mike; I'll have to see how to transform that to real code.

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