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Weekday Calculation

Posted on 2007-03-26
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Crystal Reports 9:

I got this formula that is supposed to calculate the weekdays in the month and it supposed to not include saturday and sunday.  This is what I have.

Local DateTimeVar d1 :=  PrintDate;
d1 := DateSerial(Year(d1), Month(d1), 1);

Local DateTimeVar d2 :=  PrintDate;
d2 := DateSerial(Year(d2), Month(d2)+1, 0);

DateDiff ("d", d1, d2) -
     DateDiff ("ww", d1, d2, crSaturday) -
     DateDiff ("ww", d1, d2, crSunday)
 
It comes up to: 21
but it is supposed to be 22.  Can anyone help me to find out what is going on?

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bdreed35 earned 125 total points
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Take a look at this link, which gives the best example of WorkDay counting that I kow of:

http://www.kenhamady.com/form01.shtml
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It works great.  Thanks.
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