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Hi – I’m using addDaysUTC in a microflow to add a hard-coded 5 days to a datetime variable. Below is my expression. The results are inconsistent, e.g., if the input variable is 10/31/2019, then addDaysUTC returns 11/4/2019. Then if the input variable is 11/30/2019, addDaysUTC returns 12/4/2019. What am I doing wrong? trimToDaysUTC(addDaysUTC(trimToDaysUTC($Dt_Instance), 5))

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SL

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Since november only has 30 days, I don’t see the inconsistancy. Did you look at the dates in the debugger? They will show up including a time component. What is this time component saying?

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Andreas Blaesius

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Thank you for the tip … I realized I needed to add 6 days instead of 5 days because I am trimming the datetime (so that I get 11/5/2019 from input 10/31/2019).

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SL

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As Andreas says, the date looks correct.

If you need the 5^{th} of next month, you could calculate it by using TrimToMonthsUTC on your current date, adding one month to this using AddMonthsUTC, and finally adding 4 days using AddDaysUTC.

Hope this helps.

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Robert Price