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I think that the reason is because &MDYY is not a date/date time format such as explained in the F1-Help of DTPART:
Syntax: How to Return a Date or Date-Time Component in Integer Format
Date or date-time
Is the date in standard date or date-time format.
Is the component to extract in integer format. Valid components (and values) are:
WEEK (of the year, 1-53). This is affected by the WEEKFIRST setting.
DAY (of the Month, 1-31).
WEEKDAY (day of the week, 1-7). This is affected by the WEEKFIRST setting.
Here a sample:
DEFINE FILE EMPDATA
MTH/I2 = DTPART(HIREDATE, MONTH);
TABLE FILE EMPDATA
PRINT HIREDATE MTH
ON TABLE SET PAGE NOPAGE
WF versions : Prod 8.2.04M gen 33, Dev 8.2.04M gen 33, OS : Windows, DB : MSSQL, Outputs : HTML, Excel, PDF In Focus since 2007
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