Charles Hixson <charleshixsn / earthlink.net> writes:

> In the routine:
> def	calcRowSals(init, step)
> 	result	=	Array.new(@colHeads.size - 1, 0)
> 	val	=	(init * 1000).to_i
> 	for	i	in	0..result.size
> 	   result[i]	=	(val / 10).to_f / 100.
                                                     ^--- try putting
                                                     a zero after the
                                                     '.'  Ruby's
                                                     looking at this
                                                     and the next line
                                                     as 100.val = ...

> 	   val	=	(val * @step)	#<<== Here is the error