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hi guy i have a questions

how is possible do a for whit the date ???

for $i=12/01/2011 to 12/01/2012






is possible ?? ?

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_DateToDayValue will let you run a loop between 2 dates as long as you have something to act on which recognises the Julian date value, but what exactly are you trying to do? :)

I am sure we can suggest something better. ;)


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Yes it's both possible and an interestsing idea. I suggest you use a standard For loop and convert the loop count to a date independatly after looping (or vice versa before looping).


I missed Melba's suggestion above. I also made a mistake [DELETED]: _DateToDayValue as suggested above seems best.

Edited by czardas

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