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Allow @Explode for a date range using variables

According to the Help, one can use @Explode( [05/01/96 - 05/02/96] ) to create a date range value. It's only possible with scalars apparently.
Would it be possible to allow @Explode( StartDate:EndDate ), where both StartDate and EndDate are date fields? Or some other way to construct a date range in Formula language?

  • Guest
  • Mar 25 2022
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  • Guest commented
    2 Apr 08:55am

    Sure... but not very practical in a view's 1st column, when I need to have all dates in between StartDate and EndDate in that column.

    IMHO you can kill many a good idea with a @For-loop... ;-)

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    Thomas Hampel commented
    1 Apr 02:31pm

    How about using a @For loop?