• Subject: Re: Does anyone ever need to know what "next Friday" is?
  • From: "Jeffrey M. Carey" <jeffreycarey@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 12 Jan 1998 15:47:04 -0600
  • Organization: Trase Miller Solutions

Peter Coffin wrote:
> Booth writes:
> > I am curious if anyone else ever needs to know the "next Friday (or
> > _any_day )" is for defaults on screens, etc?   I needed to know and wrote
> > a little program to do it, but wondered afterwards if there is some simple
> > command, or if no one else ever cares.
> I wrote a moronically simple program that looked up what "workday" of the
> month a given date was. (I cheated though and just built a table with all
> dates and values until the end of 1999, and chained out to it. Dates without
> values aren't workdays. (at least for the non IT people....))

So there are no workdays after 1/1/2000?  Sounds good...
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