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## Dynamic Partial Calendar

Hello,

I'm trying to creare a small table that has only the date of the last day of the month, starting in January of the current year, to the last day of the month of the current month.  For example:

January 31, 2019

February 28, 2019

March 31, 2019

April 30, 2019

May 30, 2019

I want to do this with a query, so that as soon as June rolls around, June 30 would be added to the list.   Anyone have any ideas?

Many thanks,

Brandon

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## Re: Dynamic Partial Calendar

@vapilot75  - You could create a DAX Calculated Table like this:

```End Dates =
var currentmonth = MONTH(TODAY())
var currentyear = YEAR(TODAY())
var entireyear = CALENDAR(DATE(currentyear, 1,1), DATE(currentyear,12,31))
var addcols = GENERATE(
entireyear,
var basedate = [Date]
var month = MONTH([Date])
var endmonth = EOMONTH(basedate,0)
return ROW(
"Day", basedate,
"Month", month,
"EndOfMonth", endmonth
)
)
var distinctval = SUMMARIZE(addcols, [Month], [EndOfMonth])
var filtered = FILTER(distinctval, [Month] <=currentmonth)
return filtered```

Cheers!

Nathan

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Super User

## Re: Dynamic Partial Calendar

@vapilot75  - You could create a DAX Calculated Table like this:

```End Dates =
var currentmonth = MONTH(TODAY())
var currentyear = YEAR(TODAY())
var entireyear = CALENDAR(DATE(currentyear, 1,1), DATE(currentyear,12,31))
var addcols = GENERATE(
entireyear,
var basedate = [Date]
var month = MONTH([Date])
var endmonth = EOMONTH(basedate,0)
return ROW(
"Day", basedate,
"Month", month,
"EndOfMonth", endmonth
)
)
var distinctval = SUMMARIZE(addcols, [Month], [EndOfMonth])
var filtered = FILTER(distinctval, [Month] <=currentmonth)
return filtered```

Cheers!

Nathan

Super User

## Re: Dynamic Partial Calendar

Hi @vapilot75

You can use Query Editor, M code below.

```let
currentDate = Date.From(DateTime.LocalNow()),
listMonths = List.Transform({1..Date.Month(currentDate)}, each Date.EndOfMonth(#date(Date.Year(currentDate), _, 1)))

in
listMonths```

Regards,
Mariusz

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