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Re: [Clip] date for Sunday

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  • Adrian Worsfold
    Hello hsavage, Flo etc. The first two lines under loop transposed still produce a false result: ^!Set %Date%=3D^?{Enter a date (yyyymmdd):} ^!Set
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 19, 2012
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      Hello hsavage, Flo etc.

      The first two lines under loop transposed still produce a false result:


      ^!Set %Date%=3D^?{Enter a date (yyyymmdd):}
      ^!Set %DateNr%=3D^$GetDateToInt(^%Date%;yyyymmdd)$
      :Loop
      ^!Inc %DateNr%
      ^!IfSame "Sun" "^$GetDateFromInt(^%DateNr%;ddd)$" Match
      ^!Goto Loop
      :Match
      ^!Info Next Sunday: ^$GetDateFromInt(^%DateNr%;yyyymmdd)$


      20121119 Produces Next Sunday: 18991231 when it is 20121125





      Adrian Worsfold

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      19-11-2012
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      From: hsavage
      Receiver: ntb-clips
      Time: 2012-11-19, 05:57:30
      Subject: Re: [Clip] Re: Simple filename and the date for Sunday


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    • hsavage
      ... Adrian, What does the 3D at each variable entry point represent? Without that the clip works. If it s necessary add it after the calculations are
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 19, 2012
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        On 11/19/2012 4:55 AM, Adrian Worsfold wrote:
        > Hello hsavage, Flo etc.
        >
        > The first two lines under loop transposed still produce a false result:
        >
        >
        > ^!Set %Date%=3D^?{Enter a date (yyyymmdd):}
        > ^!Set %DateNr%=3D^$GetDateToInt(^%Date%;yyyymmdd)$
        > :Loop
        > ^!Inc %DateNr%
        > ^!IfSame "Sun" "^$GetDateFromInt(^%DateNr%;ddd)$" Match
        > ^!Goto Loop
        > :Match
        > ^!Info Next Sunday: ^$GetDateFromInt(^%DateNr%;yyyymmdd)$
        >
        >
        > 20121119 Produces Next Sunday: 18991231 when it is 20121125

        Adrian,

        What does the '3D' at each variable entry point represent? Without that
        the clip works. If it's necessary add it after the calculations are
        finished.

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      • Axel Berger
        ... That s a quoted printable encoding for 7-bit mail transfer, that someone s reader has not decoded again. All these encodings begin with = , which is why
        Message 3 of 4 , Nov 19, 2012
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          hsavage wrote:
          > What does the '3D' at each variable entry point represent?

          That's a "quoted printable" encoding for 7-bit mail transfer, that
          someone's reader has not decoded again. All these encodings begin with
          "=", which is why the "=" itself has to be encoded too, yielding the
          ubiquitous =3D.
        • hsavage
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          Message 4 of 4 , Nov 19, 2012
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            On 11/19/2012 10:36 AM, Axel Berger wrote:
            > hsavage wrote:
            >> What does the '3D' at each variable entry point represent?
            > That's a "quoted printable" encoding for 7-bit mail transfer, that
            > someone's reader has not decoded again. All these encodings begin with
            > "=", which is why the "=" itself has to be encoded too, yielding the
            > ubiquitous =3D.

            Thank's Axel.

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