|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modAgeBirthdays module.|
|AgeCalc||Procedure||Get the age in years and weeks for the specified birth date. The function returns the number of years, and modifies the intWeeks parameter to the number of weeks.|
|AgeWeeks||Procedure||Get the age in weeks for a specified birth date, rounded down for full weeks.|
|AgeWeeksFractional||Procedure||Get the age in fractional weeks for a specified birth date.|
|AgeYears||Procedure||Get the age in years for a specified birth date.|
|AgeYearsFractional||Procedure||Get the exact age in years with decimals for the specified birth date.|
|IsBirthday||Procedure||See if today is the birthday.|
|DaysToNextBirthday||Procedure||Number of days to the next birthday. Includes handling of leap years (February 29th).|
|DaysSinceLastBirthday||Procedure||Number of days since the last birthday. Includes handling of leap years (February 29th).|
' Example of CAPIDisks ' ' To use this example, create a new module and paste this code into it. ' Then run the procedure by putting the cursor in the procedure and pressing: ' F5 to run it, or ' F8 to step through it line-by-line (see the Debug menu for more options) Private Sub Example_modAgeBirthdays() ' Comments: Examples of using the modAgeBirthdays module to perform age, birthday, anniversary day calculations in VBA and VB6. ' Set the date to test (Date FMS was officially incorporated) Const cdatTest As Date = #10/10/1986# Dim intWeeks As Integer ' Get the age in years as an integer Debug.Print "Birthday on " & cdatTest, AgeYears(cdatTest) & " years old" ' Get the fractional age in years Debug.Print "Birthday on " & cdatTest, AgeYearsFractional(cdatTest) & " fractional years old" Debug.Print ' Get the age in weeks Debug.Print "Birthday on " & cdatTest, AgeWeeks(cdatTest) & " weeks old" ' Get the age in fractional weeks Debug.Print "Birthday on " & cdatTest, AgeWeeksFractional(cdatTest) & " weeks old" Debug.Print ' AgeCalc returns the number of years, and sets the intWeeks parameter to the number of weeks Debug.Print "Birthday on " & cdatTest, AgeCalc(cdatTest, intWeeks) & " years or " & intWeeks & " weeks old" Debug.Print ' Is today the birthday? Debug.Print "Is today the birthday?", IsBirthday(cdatTest) Debug.Print "Days since last birthday", DaysSinceLastBirthday(cdatTest) Debug.Print "Days to next birthday", DaysToNextBirthday(cdatTest) End Sub
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