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I have a table that displays a bunch of data based on their percentage changes.

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Thanks,
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Positive Negative Values In SUM

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Hi,


I have table with a column which has both negative and positive values.

I want to calculate the sum of positve values and the sum of negative values from that column separately. Is it possible.

Plase help me.


Ex: My Input Values are

column1
-186.5499257
-141.8985222
-95.3846883
-71.1359768
-69.39071172
30.44750844
40.33666032
53.81527872
98.2967252
112.948667

OutPut goes like This

Column1 Column2
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-141.8985222 null
-95.3846883 null
-71.1359768 null
-69.39071172 -564.36
30.44750844 null
40.33666032 null
53.81527872 null
98.2967252 null
112.948667 335.84

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Code Snippet

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.alertboxout
{margin:5px 15px 0px 10px;clear:left;}
.alertboxin
{clear:left;color:black;background-color:#fad163;font-weight:bold;text-align:center;padding:0px 15px 0px 15px;position:relative;margin:-1px 0px;}
.ctl
{padding-left:2px;}
.mb
{padding:6px 8px 0 5px;}
.exh
{margin:0 0 0 5px;background-color:#e8e8e8;}
.exh div div
{padding-top:4px;}
.thread_star
{padding:0 0 4px 2px;}
* html .thread_star
{padding:0 0 0 2px;}
.blurb_star
{padding:0 0 0 2px;}
* html .blurb_star
{padding:2px 0 0 2px;}

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