Jeff Moden

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Calculating Work Days

How many times have you wished that there was a parameter for DATEPART to allow you to check for workdays? While many of us may get stuck working 6 or 7 days a week, most of the world revolves on a 5 day work week. Monday through Friday. New author Jeff Moden brings us a method of easily calculating the number of workdays between any two dates.

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2007-10-02 (first published: )

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Difference between dates with thousands separators

This function calculates the time difference between 2 datetimes and displays the results in the following format:H,HHH,HHH:MM:SSThe return is a 15 character field that is left padded with spaces so that the field becomes right justified.  This makes the colons line up for easy reading.  Commas are automatically added as thousands separators as needed by […]

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2004-03-14

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