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Crystalreport1.selectionformula="{item.code} like 'El*'"

this code will make report all code with first 2 char EL my question is how to make 2 filter, code and date.

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Pass it as Date(YYYY,MM,DD)
Where txtFrom is a valid date
.SelectionFormula = "({Tbl.Date} >=  Date(" & Year(txtFrom) & "," & Month(txtFrom) & _
            "," & Day(txtFrom) & ") and {Tbl.Date} <= Date(" & Year(txtTo) & "," & Month(txtTo) & _
            "," & Day(txtTo) & "))"

OR:
Dim dFrDt as String
dFrDt = Format(CDate(txtChkDt), "\D\a\t\e\(yyyy\,mm\,dd)")
CrystalReport1.SelectionFormula = "{Tbl.Date} = " & dFrDt

In your case perhaps:
Dim dFrDt as String
Crystalreport1.selectionformula="{item.code} like 'El*' and {Tbl.Date} = " & Format(CDate(txtChkDt), "\D\a\t\e\(yyyy\,mm\,dd)")
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I would build the filter as following:

Crystalreport1.selectionformula="{item.code} like 'El*' and {item.Date} = date(" & year(vardate) & "," & month(vardate) & "," & month(vardate) & ")"
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