vb.net Date


I have a binding source and I'd like to filter a set or records only in the current week based on today's date. for example, today is the 1st of July, I'd like to see all the records between Monday the 29th of June and Friday the 3rd of july.

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Robberbaron (robr)Commented:
it depends upon your underlying tables somewhat.

    source1.Filter = "DateField BETWEEN '" & Date1.tostring("yyyy/mmm/dd") & "' AND '"  & Date2.ToString("yyyy/mmm/dd") & "'"

Shaun KlineLead Software EngineerCommented:
To find Monday of the current week using the current date, you can use the DayOfWeek property:
YourDate.AddDays(1 - Convert.ToInt32(YourDate.DayOfWeek))
To find Friday of the current week using the current date, you can use the DayOfWeek property:
YourDate.AddDays(5 - Convert.ToInt32(YourDate.DayOfWeek))

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