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DDAYS in the solver - Bvr - 10-21-2016 07:46 AM
Hi, I try to use the DDAYS command in the solver but get always "Bad Guess(es): E1: A=DDAYS(D1;D2) D1:2006,1010 D2:2006,1111 A: 1,0000 as seed Any clue? Thx. Kr., Bvr RE: DDAYS in the solver - Tim Wessman - 10-21-2016 03:15 PM
(10-21-2016 07:46 AM)Bvr Wrote: Hi, I'm guessing this would not work in the solver due to it not being a continuous function with no derivative. I'm pretty sure the same limitation would have been in the 48 series too. RE: DDAYS in the solver - Tim Wessman - 10-21-2016 04:54 PM
(10-21-2016 04:32 PM)moonbeam Wrote: If the arguments of DDAYS are given, the function value is a constant. Solver can handle this just fine :-) Looking for the start or end date is another matter, best left to DateAdd(date,ndays). Yes, you are right here of course. I was specifically thinking the "solve for any of the variables" aspect part of the solver like you point out. Thanks for the clarification! RE: DDAYS in the solver - Bvr - 10-24-2016 07:47 AM
Thanks guys, I used Dstart and Dend and it works perfect now. Kr., Bvr |