FM - Is there Some Calculation for GetValue with a Range?

I have to list a set of beginning dates from a sub table (see pic), but because of the way the text is worded, will only be listing values 3 through 10 (assuming that the "BaseTermYears" is 10).  I've started the calc below, which gives me only 1 of the numbers.  I can't use list because I only need values 3 to 10.  Is there some GetValue calc that would allow you to import the range of values or how would you do it?

GetValue ( List ( BaseRent::YearBegin ); ValueCount ( List ( BaseRent::YearBegin ) ) )
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Will LovingPresident, Dedication Technologies, Inc.Commented:
I think you want to use the MiddleValues() function. MiddleValues, along with LeftValues() and RightValues() work just like the Middle(), Left() and Right() text functions except that it counts values instead of characters.

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rvfowler2Author Commented:
Thanks, Will.  I've never used those and missed them when scrolling through.  I wish FM would name their functions so they are grouped together, such as ValuesMiddle and ValuesLeft.
Will LovingPresident, Dedication Technologies, Inc.Commented:
Well, they did all the text formatting ones that way but it's too late now for values. I think they were modeling it after the very ancient Left(), Right() and Middle() text functions and so named them similarly since it basically the same function but applied to values rather than a text string.
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