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Converting a date to a julian date

Posted on 2004-08-12
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Does anyone know how to covert either a sytemdate to a julian date? Or even a string(MMDDYY,MMDDYYYY) to a julian date.  Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am under a time constraint.

Thanks in advance.
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Hi fyness,

I do that all the time using coldfusion. CFCHART is the tag.

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---Pinal
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Thanks for the quick response.
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