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AutoFill Date Ranges base on selection

Posted on 2008-06-13
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Dear Experts,

I  Have a DropDown with the following Lists Thisweek, Lastweek, ThisMonth, LastMonth and the textboxes  (Date1 & Date2).

What I want by selecting DropDown List it will also populate corresponding values as follows :

Selected:                       Date1                                   Date2
ThisWeek:                    Monday's Date                     Today' Date
ThisMonth                    1st Day of this Month           Today' Date
Lastweek                    Monday of Last week           Sunday of Last week
LstMonth                     1st Day of Last Month           End of Last Month

Thanks

   
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Copy and paste the following code in the listBox1_SelectedIndexChanged event.


bool date1 = true;   //Indicates whether to retrieve the date1 or date2 value
                    int dayOfWeek = System.Convert.ToInt32(System.DateTime.Now.DayOfWeek);
                   
                    //The start of the week must be on monday, for that reason we move one day back to the day of week variable.
                    if (dayOfWeek == 0) dayOfWeek = 6;  
                    else dayOfWeek -= 1;

                    DateTime selectedDate = DateTime.Now;  //This variable holds the calculated date.                  
                    DateTime today = System.DateTime.Now.Date;
                    switch (listBox1.SelectedIndex)
                    {
                        case 0:
                            if (date1) selectedDate = today.AddDays(dayOfWeek * -1);  //Monday's Date  
                            else selectedDate = today;  //Today's date
                            break;
                        case 1:
                            if (date1) selectedDate = new DateTime(today.Year, today.Month, 1); //1st Day of this Month
                            else selectedDate = today;  //Today's date
                            break;
                        case 2:
                            //Move back one week and calculate monday and sunday...
                            DateTime oneWeekBack = today.AddDays(-7);
                            if (date1) selectedDate = oneWeekBack.AddDays(dayOfWeek * -1); //Monday of Last week
                            else selectedDate = oneWeekBack.AddDays((6 - dayOfWeek)); //Sunday of Last week
                            break;
                        case 3:
                            //Move back one month and calculate the first and last day...
                            DateTime oneMonthBack = today.AddMonths(-1);
                            if (date1) selectedDate = new DateTime(oneMonthBack.Year, oneMonthBack.Month, 1); //1st Day of Last Month
                            else selectedDate = new DateTime(oneMonthBack.Year, oneMonthBack.Month, DateTime.DaysInMonth(oneMonthBack.Year, oneMonthBack.Month)); //End of Last Month
                            break;
                    }


I hope this is what you are looking for

Victor

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by:JaimeJegonia
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Victor,

Thank for answer, I'll try it.

Jimi

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by:JaimeJegonia
ID: 21788308
Victor,

Great!  It  needs only few tweaks to meet my requirement.

Thanks,

Jimi
   
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by:JaimeJegonia
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Smart gist!
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