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replace date with currnt date-15 days dynamically in multiple files prsnt in folder

replace date with currnt date-15 days dynamically in multiple files prsnt in folder

replace date with currnt date-15 days dynamically in multiple files prsnt in folder

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I am completely newbee to Vb scripting .Kindly help me with the requirement where it is a *(star) delimited file has a multiple lines starts with RTG and 3rd column=TD8 I want to substring the date part and I want to replace with current date minus 15 days

file content
RTG*888*TD8*20180201~
TWW*888*RD8*20180201-20180201~
RTG*888*TD8*20180201-20180201~
KCG*888*TD8*20180201-20180201~
I want the output as below by changing date. Please help. I am looking for VB script to make it work for all files present in that directory

RTG*888*TD8*20190417~
TWW*888*RD8*20180201-20180201~
RTG*888*TD8*20190417-20190417~
KCG*888*TD8*20180201-20180201~

RE: replace date with currnt date-15 days dynamically in multiple files prsnt in folder

Have you read the file in and separated the fields? Show us what you have done so far. We can help you with your coding problems but we are not a code writing service.

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