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formating date

Posted on 2006-11-07
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I want to format the date to loose the seperators:

eg: 7/11/2006 to 7112006

Idea on how?

cheers,

`Andy
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if that is the date you can do

format(dateValue, "ddmmyyyy")

which would give

07112006 if dateVAlue = 7/11/2006
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x =replace(7/11/2006,"/","")
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MsgBox (Replace(Date, "/", ""))
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msgbox(replace("7/11/2006","/","")) or MsgBox (Replace(Date, "/", ""))
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