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The function WEEKNUM() in the Analysis Toolpack addin calculates the correct
for a given date, if you are in the U.S. The user defined function below will
calculate the correct week number depending on the national language settings on your
Function UDFWeekNum(InputDate As Date) UDFWeekNum = DatePart("ww", InputDate, vbUseSystemDayOfWeek, vbUseSystem) End FunctionThe function above can also be modified to calculate the weeknumber the European way:
Function UDFWeekNumISO(InputDate As Date) UDFWeekNumISO = DatePart("ww", InputDate, vbMonday, vbFirstFourDays) End Function
The two functions above can, due to a bug, return a wrong week number. This occurs for dates around New Year for some years,
e.g. the years 1907, 1919, 1991, 2003, 2007, 2019 and 2091. You can use this worksheet formula to calculate the correct
=INT((A1-(DATE(YEAR(A1+(MOD(8-WEEKDAY(A1),7)-3)),1,1))-3+ MOD(WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR(A1+(MOD(8-WEEKDAY(A1),7)-3)),1,1))+1,7))/7)+1The formula above assumes that cell A1 contains a valid date for which you want to return the week number.
To calculate the correct week number with a user-defined VBA function, you can use the function below:
Function WEEKNR(InputDate As Long) As Integer Dim A As Integer, B As Integer, C As Long, D As Integer WEEKNR = 0 If InputDate < 1 Then Exit Function A = Weekday(InputDate, vbSunday) B = Year(InputDate + ((8 - A) Mod 7) - 3) C = DateSerial(B, 1, 1) D = (Weekday(C, vbSunday) + 1) Mod 7 WEEKNR = Int((InputDate - C - 3 + D) / 7) + 1 End Function
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