Lotusscript Version Of Vb's Date_Add

Created this function to simulate the VB version.
Function Date_Add(Byval aDatePart$, Byval aLength%, Byval aDate)
'The same as the Date_Add command from VB
Dim aDat, aYear%, aMonth%, aDay%
aYear% = Year(aDate)
aMonth% = Month(aDate)
aDay% = Day(aDate)
Select Case Ucase(Trim(aDatePart$))
Case "Y": aDat = Datenumber(aYear% + aLength%, aMonth%, aDay%)
Case "M": aDat = Datenumber(aYear%, aMonth% + aLength%, aDay%)
Case "D": aDat = Datenumber(aYear%, aMonth%, aDay% + aLength%)
Case "W": aDat = Datenumber(aYear% + aLength%, aMonth%, aDay% + (aLength%
* 7))
End Select
Date_Add = aDat
End Function

This was first published in November 2000

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