Top Forums UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers Best way to increment weeks based on fiscal start year Post 303006449 by RudiC on Thursday 2nd of November 2017 10:32:21 AM
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Hi Rudi - any ideas?
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Yes - many. But without your input it won't be possible to present any.
 
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