Liveras la diferencon inter du datoj bazitaj sur la 360-taga jaro uzata en interesaj kalkuloj.


This function is part of the Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) standard Version 1.2. (ISO/IEC 26300:2-2015)


DAYS360(Date1; Date2[; Type])

If Date2 is earlier than Date1, the function will return a negative number.

La malnepra argumento Tipo agordas la tipon de diferenca kalkulo. Se Tipo = 0, aŭ la argumento mankas, la usona metodo estas uzota (NASD, National Association of Securities Dealers). Se Tipo <> 0, la eŭropa metodo estas uzota.


When entering dates as part of formulas, slashes or dashes used as date separators are interpreted as arithmetic operators. Therefore, dates entered in this format are not recognized as dates and result in erroneous calculations. To keep dates from being interpreted as parts of formulas use the DATE function, for example, DATE(1954;7;20), or place the date in quotation marks and use the ISO 8601 notation, for example, "1954-07-20". Avoid using locale dependent date formats such as "07/20/54", the calculation may produce errors if the document is loaded under different locale settings.


Unambiguous conversion is possible for ISO 8601 dates and times in their extended formats with separators. If a #VALUE! error occurs, then unselect Generate #VALUE! error in - LibreOffice Calc - Formula, button Details... in section "Detailed Calculation Settings", Conversion from text to number list box.


=DAYS360("2000-01-01";NOW()) returns the number of interest days from January 1, 2000 until today.

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