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Posted on 2006-06-14
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A form has three fields

Date1
Date2
Date3 (Allow multi values)

datatype is Date/Time of all fields

If I select 25/6/2006 in Date1 and 30/6/2006 in Date2
I need all days from 25th to 30th to be inserted in Date3.
25/6/2006; 26/6/2006; 27/6/2006; 28/6/2006; 29/6/2006; 30/6/2006

any solutions?
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Sjef Bosman earned 150 total points
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That's what @Explode can do for you. From the examples in the Designer Help database:
    This example returns 07/02/96; 07/03/96; 07/04/96; 07/05/96.
    @Explode([07/02/96 - 07/05/96])

Code like
    @Explode(@TextToTime(@Text(StartDateTime) +"-"+ @Text(EndDateTime)))
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by:ninteen83
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thanks, i did not check explode
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It's just one of those things that you must have seen or done once, and then you'll ever forget :)
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