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    • Nov 22nd, 2022

    Let decimal(2) over=0;
    if (((next_in_sequence()-1)%6)==0)over=over+1;
    out.over :: over;;


    • Oct 20th, 2021

    Why did you use decimal_round_down() function here? I see code can work fine without it also.

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