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Challenge #192: Crane Leasing

dhtay
8 - Asteroid

Nice refresher in using

 

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the Generate Rows tool with dates

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RolandSchubert
16 - Nebula
16 - Nebula

My solution.

 

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Sebenius
8 - Asteroid
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Generate Rows:
DateTimeParse([Start Date], '%m/%d/%y')
[LeasedDate] <= DateTimeParse([End Date],'%m/%d/%y')
DateTimeAdd([LeasedDate],1,'days')​

Filter:
DateTimeYear([LeasedDate]) > 2015
AND
DateTimeYear([LeasedDate]) < 2019
ddiesel
13 - Pulsar

My solution:

 

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JamesCameron
8 - Asteroid

My Effort

 

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Kucsi
8 - Asteroid

It's harder than it seems (for me sure) 😄

 

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OllieClarke
14 - Magnetar
14 - Magnetar

Here's my effort:

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RWvanLeeuwen
11 - Bolide

Caveat: if a crane is leased and maintained on the same day, it is leased nontheless 🙂

 

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cdavis19
7 - Meteor
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mbogusz
9 - Comet
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Note to self: check work in the DateTimeParse formula better because it doesn't give an error whether you use "%d/%M/%Y" (first attempt when trying to go off memory on the Date Time functions syntax), "%M/%d/%Y" (second attempt after reviewing solutions and changing mine in haste), or "%m/%d/%Y" (final working solution).

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