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A date function or date issue
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How to return all the dates from a period (from a date to another date)
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Dates in a date range
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How te return in a query all the dates between a date 1 and a date 2 ?
Example Give me all the dates between 02/02/07 and 05/02/07 ? In Europe the answer must be 4 dates : 02/02/07 ; 03/02/07 ; 04/02/07 ; 05/02/07. JD. If you mean that you want to filter all records that contain a date value between XX and YY in a certain field, then create a select query and set the criteria in the date field to: Between #02/02/07# and #05/02/07# or better yet: Between [Enter START Date (mm/dd/yy)] and [Enter END Date (mm/dd/yy)] or even better, create a pop-up form with unbound controls to capture user entered dates, then use those values in your query. Between Forms!MyForm!StartDate and Forms!MyForm!EndDate -Ed "JD" <jdwaccess@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:45d35383$0$3130$ba620e4c@news.skynet.be... > Example > > Give me all the dates between 02/02/07 and 05/02/07 ? > In Europe the answer must be 4 dates : 02/02/07 ; 03/02/07 ; 04/02/07 ; > 05/02/07. > > JD. > > > No, I mean an answer like in my example... Thanks, "Ed Robichaud" <edrobichaud@wdn.com> schreef in bericht news:45d3563a$0$6828$2ff6ac69@news.wdn.com... > If you mean that you want to filter all records that contain a date value > between XX and YY in a certain field, then create a select query and set > the criteria in the date field to: > Between #02/02/07# and #05/02/07# > > or better yet: > > Between [Enter START Date (mm/dd/yy)] and [Enter END...

Given a date, how to find the beginning date and ending date of that week
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Given a date, how to find the beginning date and ending date of that week
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unix date util in emacs shell
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date that shows when Date Picker opens in Access form date field
When the Date Picker opens in a second date field (EndDate) I want the Date Picker to be sitting on the date entered in another date field (BeginDate) to make it easy on the user to find the EndDate. boxstoy@gmail.com wrote: > When the Date Picker opens in a second date field (EndDate) I want the > Date Picker to be sitting on the date entered in another date field > (BeginDate) to make it easy on the user to find the EndDate. I think a lot of us have our own datepicker form. So we can do what we want. Are you using the date picker supplied by Access? It's been such a long time since I used that one. Perhaps you can default the end date to the beginning date? ...

Date conversions ( date, mktime )
Hi, I have a date in three pieces dd mm yyyy. I'm just wondering the best way to convert this for inserting into a DATETIME field and then back again when displaying it. I have tried date, strtotime mktime but it keeps inserting a blank date. i.e. 00:00:00 00:00... I've been looking through the php manual but I can't seem to get this working. Also would I be better off using the UNIX_TIMESTAMP function? Thanks in advance. Mickey wrote: > I have a date in three pieces dd mm yyyy. > I'm just wondering the best way to convert this for inserting into a > DATETIME field and then back again when displaying it. > > I have tried date, strtotime mktime but it keeps inserting a blank > date. i.e. 00:00:00 00:00... > > I've been looking through the php manual but I can't seem to get this > working. > Also would I be better off using the UNIX_TIMESTAMP function? You don't need to convert it. If you have three variables, for example $year, $month and $day, all you need to do is this: "INSERT INTO sometable (..., mydatefield) VALUES (..., '$year-$month-$day')" There are better ways of doing this but at its most simple that will work. Of course you need to be aware of sql injection if your values come from a form post, and the $month and $day variables need to be zero padded. To then utilise the database value from your SELECT query you can use strtotime() to convert it to a timestamp and date() to form...

convert date to sas date
Hi, I have a dataset that has a character variable called 'Created' that has a date in the following format = 5 February 2004. Could someone please tell me how I can change this to a sas date? I have scanned and concatenated, but there must be an easier way - like an informat? Doug Doug I don't think there is an informat to match your date all I can suggest is the following which you probably have already coded. Philip 7 dmy = input(scan(create,1," ") || 8 substr(scan(create,2," "),1,3) || 9 scan(c...

2048:date() [function.date]:
Any help from the masters is appreciated. I have the following php code: $TodaysDate='Today is the '.date ('d'); When run, it is producing the following error: "2048:date() [function.date]: It is not safe to rely on the system's timezone settings. Please use the date.timezone setting, the TZ environment variable or the date_default_timezone_set() function. In case you used any of those methods and you are still getting this warning, you most likely misspelled the timezone identifier. We selected 'America/New_York' for 'EDT/-4.0/DST' instead" Any suggestions on how to fix it? I must note that I don't have access to any php.ini files or other things like that. I must fix it my code. Also, I don't know what timezone the user might be in; they can run this webpage from any where in the world. Basically, I'm just trying to get the number of the day of the date for the user. Like if it's October 9th, 2009, I want my function to return "9". Thanks Much. Beancounter escribi�: > I have the following php code: $TodaysDate='Today is the '.date > ('d'); > > When run, it is producing the following error: > > "2048:date() [function.date]: It is not safe to rely on the system's > timezone settings. Please use the date.timezone setting, the TZ > environment variable or the date_default_timezone_set() function. In > case you used any of those methods and...

Julian Date to Normal Date
I am having string as '033162513' which consist of julian date (first three characters i.e. 033) and time (rest 6 characters i.e. 162513). How can I convert julian date into normal date. Here 033 means 2 Feb. Is there any command in matlab to convert Julian date into Normal date? On 07/12/10 3:25 AM, Rakesh wrote: > I am having string as '033162513' which consist of julian date (first > three characters i.e. 033) and time (rest 6 characters i.e. 162513). How > can I convert julian date into normal date. Here 033 means 2 Feb. Is > there any command in matlab to...

Production Date/Expiry Date
I have two cells on a form. One of them is the "Production Date" and the other is the "Expiry Date". The "Expiry Date" is 183 days after the "Production Date." On an Excel spreadsheet, the "Expiry Date" is automatically entered, when the "Production Date" is entered. To do this the "Expiry Date" cell carries the following formula: "=A15+183". I would like to be able to do the same on an Access Form, with the results written to the underlying table. Any help is appreciated, Bill. "William Bradley" <bradleyw@magma.ca> wrote in message news:zfOdnRSP5OU-esmiU-KYgw@magma.ca... > I have two cells on a form. One of them is the "Production Date" and the > other is the "Expiry Date". The "Expiry Date" is 183 days after the > "Production Date." > > On an Excel spreadsheet, the "Expiry Date" is automatically entered, when > the "Production Date" is entered. To do this the "Expiry Date" cell carries > the following formula: "=A15+183". > > I would like to be able to do the same on an Access Form, with the results > written to the underlying table. This all made perfect sense until the last sentence. Why do you want to store this value rather than calculate it on the fly? That is what Excel is doing. Why not have Access do the same? Storing this in the table would make as mu...

Serial date to clarion date
I have a Clarion serial data that I need to convert to a Btrieve Date. The clarion serial date is based from 28, dec 1800. That is the first day. How can I convert it to a Pervasive Date? I'm using Pervasive 8 and I need to create a stored procedure to do this. With Oracle I can do someting like : oracle_date := ClarionDate# + to_date('01011900','ddmmyyyy'); For MS-SQL : set @ClaRoot = 'Dec 28, 1800' set @MSSQLRoot = 'Jan 01, 1900' set @SqlDate = @ClaDate - datediff(day,@ClaRoot,@MssqlRoot) How can thi be acomplished with Pervasive SQL? TIA Carlos San Mig...

date format and sorting by date
I just downloaded Eudora a few days ago and find that sorting by date didn't seem to sort by date at all. The format of the date field was time/date/zone. So, I went to options to change this to date/time/zone. That didn't seem to take effect. What am I doing wrong? FWIW, I have not paid for this, yet. I wanted to try before buying. I am quite disappointed by the above. And, it seems that the junk/spam controls are disabled in this version. What crap that is. This is really disappointing. If I cannot tell how well the features will work, why would I buy? Bill -----= Posted via Newsfeeds.Com, Uncensored Usenet News =----- http://www.newsfeeds.com - The #1 Newsgroup Service in the World! -----== Over 100,000 Newsgroups - 19 Different Servers! =----- In article <3fb64d2b_2@corp.newsgroups.com>, newsgroup.spam@changent.com says... > I just downloaded Eudora a few days ago and find that sorting by date didn't > seem to sort by date at all. The format of the date field was > time/date/zone. So, I went to options to change this to date/time/zone. That > didn't seem to take effect. What am I doing wrong? > > FWIW, I have not paid for this, yet. I wanted to try before buying. I am > quite disappointed by the above. And, it seems that the junk/spam controls > are disabled in this version. What crap that is. This is really > disappointing. If I cannot tell how well the features will work, why would I ...

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