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Day of Week formula?...Monday, Tuesday, etc...

Posted on 2009-05-13
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Using Crystal Reports XI

How do I return the name of the day (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, etc...)?  I have a field called {trade.maturity}, which is the field for the maturity date for a financial trade.  I want to create a formula that looks at that field and returns the corresponding Day in string format.

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Brian
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Do something like this

["Sun", "Mon", "Tues",.................] [DayOfWeek(your-date)]
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Wow, that was easy!  Thanks!!
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