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swbo101 Posted - 08 Aug 2011 : 10:16:06
I notice that sometimes the value (lable) for the upper control limits get rounded up. Is there a way to prevent this?

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quinncurtis Posted - 08 Aug 2011 : 13:10:10
The values are always going to be rounded. There is only the issue of how many digits to the right of the decimal you want. So, if you want to force the precision to three, use code similar to below:


this.PrimaryChart.GetControlLimitData(SPCChartObjects.SPC_UPPER_CONTROL_LIMIT).LabelDecs = 3; 
this.PrimaryChart.GetControlLimitData(SPCChartObjects.SPC_LOWER_CONTROL_LIMIT).LabelDecs = 3;

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