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Compare Dates?

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I've had a look at _DateDiff but I can't work out how to do what I'm wanting...

I'm basically wanting to do:

$endoflifedate = "06/02/2013"

$currentdate = "06/01/2013" ;returned via NTP

If $endoflifedate is the same or after $currentdate (has passed) then exit

Anyone know how I can do this?

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I'm not sure how to get that working for me, I just need a simple

If xx/xx/xxxx is earlier in the year than zz/zz/zzzz then exit.

If I want the application not to work after the 15th of July 2013 for example, I'd put it like:

If $currentdate is after/later than 06/15/2013 then exit

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Hyflex,

What code have you tried that has not worked? :huh:

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Use _DateDiff to subtract the current date from the end date. If the result is positive then the end date has not been reached and everything is fine.


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