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Challenge #323: Analyze books Availabilities

nkinsey
8 - Asteroid
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MilindG
12 - Quasar
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sgreenough
8 - Asteroid

Solved!

dYoast
11 - Bolide

Same results, but a different order.

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rmassambane
10 - Fireball

323

vnicoletgregoire
8 - Asteroid
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lkim524
8 - Asteroid

improved upon the solution by having the dates in ascending order and the reason for the book unavailability in the same order as the days.  struggled a bit on how to group the data into consecutive days groups and ended up using the datetimediff function.

ggruccio
ACE Emeritus
ACE Emeritus

My Reasons seem to be in the reverse order of what is presented, but appear to be correct.

 

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Abiramm1
8 - Asteroid

Not knowing proper datetime syntax means I have to use lots of DateTime tools :)

 

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grazitti_sapna
17 - Castor

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Sapna Gupta