Shouldn't it also be possible to use native Windows functions to compress and uncompress groups of files into .zip-compatible archives? NOT "compress" like the command line .exe or operating system file attribute, but similar to how I can view/create compressed .zip-compatible files from Windows Explorer.
I'm sure it's entirely possible to use native Windows functions to compress and uncompress groups of files into .zip-compatible archives. The article justs shows one method there are probably many ways to do the same thing. When I was tasked with zipping files, I could find no real world examples so had to figure it out myself, as its something thats likely to be needed again I thought I would document the way I chose to do it.
Oops well spotted I will change later...to
If Len(strDay) = 1 Then
strDay = "0" + strDay
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