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Ankit H Gandhi(AHG)

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Learning Python..

Ankit H Gandhi(AHG)
On 5/5/16, 2:06 AM

Dear MonBou,

Please try below code.

<div name="your_field_name">

    <label for="your_field_name"/>

    <field name="your_field_name" class="oe_inline"/> (%%)

</div>

Hope this help for you.

Cheers,

Ankit H Gandhi.

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Prakash Sharma

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Delhi, India
--Prakash Sharma--

I like to surround myself with brave, creative people.

My motivation for learning different technologies and algos drive me. I love challenges of a steep learning curve which I believe makes me a better learner. I have a strong desire to learn different technologies, which would enable me to become a full stack developer.

Prakash Sharma
On 5/5/16, 1:37 AM

try this one:

<div>

<field name="my_field" class='oe_inline'/>

<label for="my_field">%%</label>

</div>

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