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Date Difference Excluding Wkends & Holidays

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Finding the number of days elapsed between one date and another is easy. However, I do not want to count weekends and holidays...just business days. Is this doable with VB6?
Function example(s) needed. (No, I am not a student and this is not homework.)
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Wow. That is the fastest response I have ever gotten. I will go on faith that the source code will answer my needs...the description sounds on the money. Thanks, Bob.
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np, thanks for the points!
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