Date to Age

I think the following formula will give you exactly what you are looking
for.

I used the formula based on EmpBasic.Date01 being the B-Date. You
should be able to transpose this to work any field you want.



IIF (DateDiff ("d", Date (Year (Today), Month ({EmpBasic.Date01}), Day
({EmpBasic.Date01})), Today) > 0, DateDiff ("yyyy", {EmpBasic.Date01},
Today)-1, DateDiff ("yyyy", {EmpBasic.Date01}, Today))



Any problems (or explanations), feel free to contact me.

Aaron Hoyt

Hittite Microwave Corporation



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From: Gary Wassing [mailto:gwassing@...]
Sent: Friday, March 12, 2004 2:27 PM
To: 'vantage@yahoogroups.com'
Subject: [Vantage] Date to Age



Having difficulties using the datediff function in crystal. I want to
use
the birthdate field and create a formula of how old the person is. Can
someone help please.



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MIS

SteelCraft Industries

519-271-4750 x227





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Having difficulties using the datediff function in crystal. I want to use
the birthdate field and create a formula of how old the person is. Can
someone help please.



--

Gary Wassing

MIS

SteelCraft Industries

519-271-4750 x227





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If you are looking for # years as a whole #, use:
DateDiff ("yyyy",{EmpBasic.Date01} , CurrentDate)


If you are looking for an age not rounded you can use
(DateDiff ("d",{EmpBasic.Date01} , CurrentDate)) / 365.25
I believe the below should work:

(Currentdate - {BirthDateField}) = Number of days old.

Can then divide the above by 365 if years needed, etc.

Rick Lane, CIERP
Intelligent Systems Integration, Inc.
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Wadsworth, OH 44281
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-----Original Message-----
From: Gary Wassing [mailto:gwassing@...]
Sent: Friday, March 12, 2004 2:27 PM
To: 'vantage@yahoogroups.com'
Subject: [Vantage] Date to Age


Having difficulties using the datediff function in crystal. I want to use
the birthdate field and create a formula of how old the person is. Can
someone help please.



--

Gary Wassing

MIS

SteelCraft Industries

519-271-4750 x227





[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]



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