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Counting Days excluding weekends

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Sam, Nov 2, 2005.

  1. Sam

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    Hello All

    Before you say check the user groups, my question is a bit different.

    I have two fields on my database form.

    1. Days In Status
    2. Date Of Status

    The Days in Status field is populated (I.E Count of days) by using the
    following calc:-


    This works fine, but includes weekends in its calculation. I currently use a
    Workdays calc & code to exclude week ends form tow date ranges (this works
    fine) however when I apply the principle to above code, all I see in the
    field is #Name not a calculated number

    I have tried the following:- workdays(Date(),[DateOfStatus]) I have even
    tried to reverse the code like workdays([DateofStatus],Date()) but I still
    get the same problem

    Can anyone assist here???

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