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# Date conversion

## Date conversion

(OP)
Is there a procedure within EB that will convert Gregorian dates to Julian format?

Thanks,
KB

### RE: Date conversion

If your purpose for conversion is to compare dates try this

x = datevalue(somedate$) y = datevalue(somotherdate$)

then simply compare x and y with < > and =

you can use date formats of

"01/01/05"
"01/01/2005"
"Jan 1, 2005"
"January 1, 2005"

or you can add and subtract days to determine other dates

x = datevalue(todaysdate\$)+7
now x = one week from today

hope this helps

### RE: Date conversion

The question was about Gregorian dates to Julian.

I don't know of any conversion for this. You'd have to build it.

calculus

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