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eberhardteduard
Partner - Contributor II
Partner - Contributor II

Difference between 3 expressions - Set Analisys

Hi, which is the difference for the 3 expressions bellow?

date={'>=$(=addmonths(today(),-6))'}

date={'>=$(addmonths(today(),-6))'}

date={'>=addmonths(today(),-6)'}


Thanks in advance, Eduardo.

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sunny_talwar

I think the biggest difference I see is that the first one has the correct syntax and the other two are incorrect and most likely won't work

eberhardteduard
Partner - Contributor II
Partner - Contributor II
Author

Thanks Sunny, but actually they do!
The second one gives me an incorrect value, but still brings me a value and the third one returns me all 0s.

sunny_talwar

I would have not expected the second one to give you a value as well. Not sure what value it is giving. Do you have a sample you can share?

shekharnil
Contributor III
Contributor III

this is what I think

date={'>=$(=addmonths(today(),-6))'}   gives you the date that is calculated using addmonths(today(),-6))

date={'>=$(addmonths(today(),-6))'}     gives you the value of variable addmonths(today(),-6))