There are two ways that I can think of to help with your problem.
The first and easiest is to use Microsoft Xcel (the Office97 version which
is Y2K certified) and
just set-up your test conditions in Xcel. It does a very nice job of date
The other way is to use the ISO date and time functions in any of the ILE
languages like ILE RPG(RPG-IV).
You can use the EVAL statement with the ISO date calculations and positively
take the results to the bank (V3R7 or V3R2 and above only).
Sent: Friday, October 09, 1998 7:09 AM
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I am working on Date testing for Y2K in RPG and need to know the results to
expect from the programs. I can use math and add days to a date and find
out what date this will be, but this takes allot of time. I was wondering
if anyone knows of a calendar program that would let me add days, time,
weeks to a Calendar.
Date routines that I am testing include:
Start with Date add 200 days, result new date.
Number of Days between two dates.
Week of the century.
Thanks for any help, Darin
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