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WeekRange ( _weekOfYear ; _year )

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Daniele Raybaudi, ACI
http://www.aci.it

Given a week number and a year it returns the range of week's days.

Sample Input:
WeekRange ( 1 ; 2012 )
WeekRange ( 2 ; 2012 )
WeekRange ( 53 ; 2012 )
WeekRange ( 54 ; 2012 )
Sample Output:
01/01/2012
02/01/2012 - 08/01/2012
24/12/2012 - 30/12/2012
31/12/2012


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Description:

Given a week number and a year it returns the range of week's days.

Not recursive and useful mostly for countries different from USA.

The result is correct for Monday as the starting day of the week.

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This is my Custom Function and I want to edit it

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Thx, just needed something like that!

But the result is not always correct for Monday, as you write: WeekRange ( 1 ; 2014 ) returns 01/01/2014 - 05/01/2014 but the 01/01/2014 is a Wednesday.

Grazie auguri Louis

Louis Voellmy, Zürich
July 01, 2013 11:59pm

The american week start on sunday, but in Italy it start on Monday.

The Custom function returns ( complete ) weeks starting at Monday, but the first day of a month can be whichever day of month.

Raybaudi, Rome
July 02, 2013 12:17am

Hello,

Does'nt seem to work anymore with WeekRange ( 1; 2012) nor WeekRange ( 1; 2017 ) .

I use instead :

/*
WeekRange ( _date )
*/

Let (
[
// Weeks start on Sunday
dw = DayOfWeek ( _date );
startDate = _date - (dw - 1 );
endDate = startDate + 6
] ;

GetAsText ( startDate ) & " - " & GetAsText ( endDate )
)

Roch Drouin, Montréal
January 04, 2017 8:55am

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