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Calculated columns formula - result not consistent

Posted on 2014-02-20
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Hi All,

I am using the following formula in a calculated column (Days)
=DATEDIF(AssignToAnalyst,ResponseDate,"D")

For some of the items it works and for some it does not.
I don't understand why.

Below is my list:
I know why I know why it shows #NUM! in 2 of the columns but not sure why I get 334 in the last column.  

I'm just trying to find the number of days between "AssignToAnalyst" and "ResponseDate".

http://isaac.issharepoint.com/Lists/Log/AllItems.aspx

Any ideas?
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if you simply subtract the AssingToAnalyst date from the RespondDate, you get the same number, 334.   You can actually use the simple subtraction instead of the DATEDIF to get same results.
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