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Classic ASP - get the first and last day of the current year

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How can I get the first and last days of the current year?  I need to store the first day in 'start_date' and the last in 'end_date' two 'Dims' in my page.
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start_date = CDate( "1-1-" & Year( Now ) )
end_date = CDate( "12-31-" & Year( Now ) )
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you actually dont need the CDate, if you just want to store them as strings. CDate just allows you to manipulate them as date objects
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Thanks much.
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