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Challenge #46: Formatting a Date from an Integer

dominiklz
8 - Asteroid
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anbhvrma141
5 - Atom

Without use of the DateTimeParse() function.

JoshKushner
12 - Quasar

I nice easy problem before bed (always a good time hanging out with my best friend regex)

LalaLele66
7 - Meteor

Hi, Still learning about Date formatting. This was a great exercise for me. I was determined to complete it without reviewing solutions. When I started, I first went to my comfort level of using filters and basic formulas, and I obtained the expected results. I then practiced my DateTimeParse formula. Confidence is building a bit. So then I braved it to try the RegEx tool. All of the work streams are attached. After I completed my various streams, I reviewed solutions. I feel good that I was applying similar approaches. :)

edorlando07
7 - Meteor

Problem #46 has been conquered!

samN
10 - Fireball

One more for the books

ggruccio
ACE Emeritus
ACE Emeritus

Fairly simple data manipulation.

PhilipMannering
16 - Nebula
16 - Nebula

Two methods. One with a long calc and another with a slightly less long calc. Solution attached.

 

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Borja_Leiva
7 - Meteor
 
jasperlch
12 - Quasar

Solution attached.