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Weekday Function
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Weekday Function

Weekday Function

(OP)
I am totally frustrated trying to use the weekday function in a statement thus:
Day% = Weekday(ThisMonth%/1/ ThisYear%)

I get Day% = 7 (should be 4) when ThisMonth% = 3 and ThisYear% = 2000 (values checked with Breakpoint on next line). What the #$%@# gives with this thing?

(Have tried putting the date expression into a variant and then performing Weekday on variant, putting #'s outside the expression, using commas instead of /'s)

Any insight into this glitch will be greatly appreciated!

Jeff Roberts

RE: Weekday Function


Try this,

Dim MyDate As Date
Dim MyWeekDay As Integer

MyDate = DateSerial(ThisYear%, ThisMonth%, 1)
MyWeekDay = Weekday(MyDate)

Hope this helps!

RE: Weekday Function

(OP)
Thank you VB400--it works perfectly! (Why the heck didn't it work the other way???)

RE: Weekday Function

Here's the reason it didn't work:

The expression

ThisMonth%/1/ ThisYear%

actually means ThisMonth divided by 1 divided by ThisYear.

To get the results you expected, you need to concatenate the values like this:

ThisMonth & "/1/" & ThisYear

nick bulka
nick@bulka.com

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