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      Syntax: DAYS360( DateParam StartDate ; DateParam EndDate [ ; Logical Method = FALSE() ] )

      Semantics: If method is FALSE(), it uses the National Association of
      Securities Dealers (NASD) method, also known as the U.S.
      method. If the method is TRUE(), the European method is used.

      and the constraints be removed.

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      Syntax: DAYS360( DateParam StartDate ; DateParam EndDate [ ; Logical Method = FALSE() ] ) Semantics: If method is FALSE(), it uses the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) method, also known as the U.S. method. If the method is TRUE(), the European method is used. and the constraints be removed.

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      6.10.7 DAYS360

      Syntax: DAYS360( DateParam StartDate ; DateParam EndDate [ ; Integer Method = 0 ] )
      Constraints: 0 <= Method <= 1
      Semantics: If method is 0, it uses the National Association of
      Securities Dealers (NASD) method, also known as the U.S.
      method. If the method is 1, the European method is used.

      LibreOffice Calc and Microsoft Excel and Gnumeric evaluate the Method
      parameter as Logical (i.e. all values != 0 evaluate to TRUE). This
      function should be specified as

      Syntax: DAYS360( DateParam StartDate ; DateParam EndDate [ ; Logical Method = FALSE() ] )

      Semantics: If method is FALSE(), it uses the National Association of
      Securities Dealers (NASD) method, also known as the U.S.
      method. If the method is TRUE(), the European method is used.

      and the contraints be removed.

      From Eike Rathke - https://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/office-comment/201605/msg00002.html

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              Patrick Patrick Durusau
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              Patrick Patrick Durusau
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