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Number of Working Days

By Ervin Santiago,

Select dbo.WorkDays()

For this to work you will need to create a table called Holidays and specify the date of each of your company holidays. Table will contain 1 field named Holiday and be a varchar(10) datatype, data will need to be entered in mm/dd/yyyy format. This function will work for the current month you are in.  You can modify as needed for any month you want.

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