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hundred year format

hundred year format

hundred year format

Does anyone know how to convert a date to the hundred year date format.
For example, how would i convert 8/11/2004 (B3ForD) to its hundred year date (wA3EndD)
format? I appreciate any suggestions. Thanks in advance.flowerface

RE: hundred year format

I found here
this code:


D NumberDays      S              6  0                   
D StartDate       S               D   DatFmt(*ISO)      
D EndDate         S               D   DatFmt(*ISO)      
   StartDate = %DATE('1900-01-01');                     
   EndDate = %DATE();                                   
   NumberDays = %DIFF(EndDate:StartDate:*DAYS);         
   DSPLY NumberDays;                                    

RE: hundred year format

Thank You, I didn't see that:( Thanks for all your help as always, and have a great day!!!

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