## Start/end Dates Of A Week Given Just The Weeknum() Value |

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Hi

I see weeknum() can return a week number given a date.

However I need to reverse this procedure and calculate the START and END

dates for a week given just the weeknumber [weeknum() ] for the week

concerned

for example, given

week number 50 I need to return Dec 5 (start) and Dec 11 (end)

week number 51 I need to return Dec 12 (start) and Dec 18 (end)

thanks , David

I see weeknum() can return a week number given a date.

However I need to reverse this procedure and calculate the START and END

dates for a week given just the weeknumber [weeknum() ] for the week

concerned

for example, given

week number 50 I need to return Dec 5 (start) and Dec 11 (end)

week number 51 I need to return Dec 12 (start) and Dec 18 (end)

thanks , David

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