Is there any way to format an integer question so that regardless of the number of characters typed in, the result. is a two-place decimal with the decimal point replaced with a + sign?

Here's what I need:

input = result

1 = 0+01 (+01 or +1 would be acceptable)

12 = 0+12 (+12 would be acceptable)

123 = 1+23

1234 = 12+34

12345 = 123+45

123456 = 1234+56

1234567 = 12345+67

The mask function dictates the length of the string so is it possible to set a calculation in the relevance column that checks the string length, thus controlling the result to be the desired result??

Hi BRYAN

Just to double-check, the user will input the digits in an integer question, is that right? The format you're after would need to be stored in a text question to accommodate the plus sign. One way to achieve this could be to use a combination of the string-length() and substr() functions, as described here: Formulas—Survey123 for ArcGIS | Documentation

A calculation for the text question could look something like the below (given an input in an integer question called "int1"), but you would need to test this to make sure it works for your application. The calculation below should work for

three-digitnumbers and greater; you could then incorporate it into a nested if() statement to cover the one- and two-digit cases.Hope this helps,

Cheers,

Jim