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"DATEDIF" Function In Excel

Updated: May 2, 2019

This function calculates the difference between two dates. It can show the result in weeks, months or years.


Syntax:

 =DATEDIF(FirstDate,SecondDate,"Interval")


FirstDate : This is the earliest of the two dates.

SecondDate : This is the most recent of the two dates.

"Interval" : This indicates what you want to calculate.

These are the available intervals.

"d" Days between the two dates.

"m" Months between the two dates.

"y" Years between the two dates.

"yd" Days between the dates, as if the dates were in the same year.

"ym" Months between the dates, as if the dates were in the same year.

"md" Days between the two dates, as if the dates were in the same month and year.


Example:


Here is the video tutorial of the same for clear understanding.

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