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Posted on 1998-12-10
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I have a random access database with dates. I would like to do a weekly report but I am stuck on how to translate from dates to weeks. I am using VB4-16 bit.
Any Thoughts...
With code please...
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I suggest this code.With it ,you'll obtain the week's limits and then you can build the reports.
Note: I don't have a way to know if the commands DatePArt and DateAdd exist in VB4
If they don't ,this answer is useless...

Steps:
Create a new project,drop this code:

Option Explicit

Private Sub Form_Load()
Dim First As Date, Last As Date
GiveMeWeek Now(), First, Last 'Now is a parameter value by example.

End Sub

Sub GiveMeWeek(DaySearch As Date, FirstDayWeek As Date, LastDayWeek As Date)
Dim Daynumber%
Daynumber = DatePart("w", DaySearch) 'Give me the day number within the week
'So,we can calculate the first day of this week with...
FirstDayWeek = DateAdd("d", -Daynumber, DaySearch)
'and the last
LastDayWeek = DateAdd("d", 7 - Daynumber, DaySearch)
'Note:weeks are from Sunday to saturday.In other countries,weeks are from monday to 'sunday.to adapt to other country,I think that you have to add 1 to daynumber
End Sub

I hope this helps you
Good Luck
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