Brian Dunning's FileMaker Custom Functions

CountWorkingDays ( DateStart ; DateEnd )

Returns the number of working days between two dates.

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Cristos Lianides-Chin   Cristos Lianides-Chin - Show more from this author
Anchor-Buoy Software, LLC
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  Sample input:
$example1 = CountWorkingDays ( "7/18/2016" ; "7/20/2016" )
$example2 = CountWorkingDays ( "7/20/2016" ; "7/18/2016" )
  Sample output:
$example1 = 2
$example2 = -2

  Function definition: (Copy & paste into FileMaker's Edit Custom Function window)

Returns the number of working days between two dates:
* if DateStart is BEFORE DateEnd, returns a positive number
* if DateStart is AFTER DateEnd, returns a negative number

 

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