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WORKINGDAYS{...} -- calculate working days

  • Calculates the number of business days between two dates
  • Syntax: %WORKINGDAYS{startdate="date|$variable" enddate="date|$variable" holidays="comma separated list of dates" includestart="on|off" includeend="on|off"}%
  • Supported parameters:
    Parameter: Description: Default:
    startdate="date" date can be in any format defined in System/TimeSpecifications (time is ignorred), or it can be the name of a TimeCalcPlugin storage name prefixed by a '$'. E.g. $myvar today
    enddate="date" date can be in any format defined in System/TimeSpecifications (time is ignorred), or it can be the name of a TimeCalcPlugin storage name prefixed by a '$'. E.g. $myvar today
    holidays="list of dates" comma separated list of dates. The dates can be in any format defined in System/TimeSpecifications None
    includestart="on or off" Include the start date in the calculation "off"
    includeend="on or off" Include the end date in the calculation "on"
  • Example: %WORKINGDAYS{startdate="23 Nov 2010" enddate="10 Jan 2011" holidays="24 Dec 2010, 25 Dec 2010, 01 Jan 2011"}%
  • This macro accepts TimeCalcPlugin storage variables as input dates but it cannot store any values because the result is not a date.
Topic revision: r6 - 16 Aug 2015, KennethLavrsen - This page was cached on 22 Jun 2018 - 19:17.

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