DATE CONVERTION

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How to convert date from the format YYYYWW to julian date?? in Visual Basic. yyyy = year and ww = weeks

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  • TomLiotta
    That depends on the definition of "week" and the standard you use for converting a week number to a day of the year. A "week" could be a calendar week or it could be ISO week (or a "week" defined by the application). And your standard might have weeks starting on Sunday, Monday or any other day. Without knowing your definitions, there's no way to guess if it's possible to convert the values. -- Tom
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  • EDG4EVR
    Tom,Thanks for your reply, the standard I'll be using is the week defined by the aplication.  Those dates will be used only for future forecast, so, those dates don´t have to be a firm dates..Ronaldo
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