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The premier massage chairs built today integrate a multitude of capacities to provide relief in the areas you need most. Each advance of technology enables more and more realistic functions to be added to the chair. The shiatsu massage chairs is getting closer to simulating a skilled masseuse. These advanced chairs come remote controls allowing both manual and automatic controls. Pinpoint the massage to a trouble area on your back or choose an automatic massage and let the chair give you a vigorous total body massage.

There is a wide variety of massage chairs with many different features. You should take your time and educate yourself. It is important to know what types of massage therapy would be good for you. If you can, get out and try some massage chairs. Be sure the chair is comfortable to sit in. Try chairs from different massage chair brands. Invest a little time upfront to really find what is suitable for your needs. A shiatsu massage chair is an investment in your health and relaxation. Find the right chair for your needs. Then you can enjoy a full body massage in the privacy and comfort of your home.


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Hi DuongDungm, 

if you can change the data type to currency it would be easy for you to do the sum.

if it used table with data: 

  1. download the table to excel.
  2. convert field A and B to number in excel.
  3. change the field format in the design to number
  4. import the new table. 
  5. use update option.

hope this helps you 


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Hello @DuongDung

You can use SQL query to remove non-numeric characters from the Text field, then convert it to Number. I tried this formula on my end and it works.

CONVERT(float,(LEFT(SUBSTRING([@field:Amount1], PATINDEX('%[0-9.-]%', [@field:Amount1]), 8000), PATINDEX('%[^0-9.-]%', SUBSTRING([@field:Amount1], PATINDEX('%[0-9.-]%', [@field:Amount1]), 8000) + 'X') -1))) 


CONVERT(float,(LEFT(SUBSTRING([@field:Amount2], PATINDEX('%[0-9.-]%', [@field:Amount2]), 8000), PATINDEX('%[^0-9.-]%', SUBSTRING([@field:Amount2], PATINDEX('%[0-9.-]%', [@field:Amount2]), 8000) + 'X') -1)))

Hoping that this will also work for you.

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