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after update:  get date from week number

Posted on 2013-06-01
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Can anyone help me out with this:

I want to calculate the date field on a form with after update the week field. so I fill in week 23 and it has to calculate the date (friday) in june.
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Question by:mvdwal
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mbizup earned 500 total points
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Give this a try in the AfterUpdate event of your weeknumber field:


Me.txtFridayDate =  (Me.txtWeeknum  * 7 + DateSerial(Year(Date), 1, 1) - Weekday(DateSerial(Year(Date), 1, 1))) - 1

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- txtWeekNum is the name of the textbox where the week number is entered
- txtFridayDate is the textbox where you want the results displayed
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by:mvdwal
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Great! It is working! Thanks a lot. Saves a lot of time. I have the date part working. And I was already guesing the date for a week number.... :-)
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by:mbizup
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You may also want to provide handling for nulls, 0, negative and invalid entries... here are some ideas, but you can customize it as needed:


      ' if nothing is entered, just exit without doing anything
       if Trim(Me.txtWeeknum & "")  = ""  then exit sub
 
      if isNumeric( Me.txtWeeknum)  = false then
              msgBox "Please enter a valid weeknumber"
               exit sub
      end if

       if Me.txtWeekNumber <= 0 Or Me.txtWeekNumber > 53 then
             msgbox "WeekNumber must be between 1 and 53"
             exit sub
       end if
        

        Me.txtFridayDate =  (Me.txtWeeknum  * 7 + DateSerial(Year(Date), 1, 1) - Weekday(DateSerial(Year(Date), 1, 1))) - 1

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by:mvdwal
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Yes you may be right! Thanks a lot!
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