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Excel VBA -To say Current Week

Posted on 2006-06-26
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 Is there any way in this line to say current week, where I do not have to change the date every week?

Src = Src & "WHERE Table1.RecDt Between #6/26/2006# And #6/30/2006# "

Any help would greatly be appreciated!
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Src = "SELECT Sum(Table1.LoanAmt) AS SumOfLoanAmt "     '<--- space added to
Src = Src & "FROM Table1 " 
Src = Src & "WHERE Table1.RecDt Between #6/26/2006# And #6/30/2006# "
Src = Src & "GROUP BY Table1.[AS400 ID] "
Src = Src & "HAVING Table1.[AS400 ID]) = " & TradeLimit.ComboBox1.Value

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Question by:ca1358
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by:alainbryden
ID: 16984620
If you type
Month(Date)
Year(Date) and
Day(Date)

(you get the idea) you can get individual segments of the current date / time.

Alternatively you can say

Src = Src & Format(Now, "MM/DD/YYYY")

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by:mvidas
ID: 16984632
Hi ca1358,

Using the Weekday function, we can determine which day of the week it is, and subsequently which day the corresponding monday/friday is.  I wasn't sure how you wanted the weekends handled, so if it doesnt do as you wish for those let us know and we can modify it:

 Src = "SELECT Sum(Table1.LoanAmt) AS SumOfLoanAmt "     '<--- space added to
 Src = Src & "FROM Table1 "
 Src = Src & "WHERE Table1.RecDt Between #" & Date - Weekday(Date, 2) + 1 & _
       "# And #" & Weekday(Date, 2) + 5 & "# "
 Src = Src & "GROUP BY Table1.[AS400 ID] "
 Src = Src & "HAVING Table1.[AS400 ID]) = " & TradeLimit.ComboBox1.Value

Matt
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mvidas earned 2000 total points
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Stupid me, made a copy/paste error.  The middle line should be (added "Date - ")

 Src = Src & "WHERE Table1.RecDt Between #" & Date - Weekday(Date, 2) + 1 & _
  "# And #" & Date - Weekday(Date, 2) + 5 & "# "

Matt
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by:Patrick Matthews
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Hi ca1358,

Assuming the "week" begins Monday and ends Friday, replace the line:

Src = Src & "WHERE Table1.RecDt Between #6/26/2006# And #6/30/2006# "

with:

Src = Src & WHERE Table1.RecDt Between #" & Format(Date - Weekday(Date, vbMonday) + 1, "m/d/yyyy") & _
    "# And #" & Format(Date - Weekday(Date, vbMonday) + 5, "m/d/yyyy") & "# "

Regards,

Patrick
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by:mvidas
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Great minds, Patrick...

Glad to help, ca1358!
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by:Patrick Matthews
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Matt,

> Great minds, Patrick...

Yeah, but what's our explanation?

:)

Regards,

Patrick
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by:mvidas
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Theres an exception to every rule..  Great minds think alike, and so do ours!
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