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My point is there are many ways to display different date formats in a report. The point of populating an &Variable with a value is to use it in a WHERE test or pass it to a drill down report. In either case, having an &Variable set to SEP 2018 doesn't seem to help with a WHERE test. That's why I'm wondering what other use is there in having that value in an &Var.
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