I've apparently not found a similar post and kind of been banging my head against the wall about this.
What am I trying to accomplish?
How have I been trying to solve this?
I hope this was not too complicated in explaination, dont know how to solve this at all anymore.
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Hello,Generally when I have date intervals of any kind I always try to expand them:Starting tableAdd a column for the duration:[End]-[Start]Then add a list of dates dependant on the start end and duration:
List.Dates([Start],[Duration]+1,#duration(1, 0, 0, 0))
Expand the list and you have a row for each day of each interval:By taking this approach you should always get the exact number of days as each row can be individually counted! Hope this helps!Br,J
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Thank you very much!
I'll mark as solution as soon as I've tested out!
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