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I have an input box where users can enter a number , positive and negative, to calculate either business or Calendar days. I am using jquery to calculate the days and it works when the number entered is a positive number, for example (10) but does not work when the number entered is negative for example (-10) . Below is my code. Any help will be appreciated

What I have tried:

function AddBusinessDays(startDate, workDaysToAdd) {
    
    var curDate = new Date(startDate);
    var realDaysToAdd = 0;
    while (workDaysToAdd > 0) {
        realDaysToAdd++;
        if (IsWorkDay(curDate)) {
            workDaysToAdd--;
        }
        curDate.setDate(curDate.getDate() + 1);
    }
     
    return realDaysToAdd;
}

function IsWorkDay(date) {
    var curDate = new Date(date);
    var dayOfWeek = curDate.getDay();
    var isWorkDay;
    if (dayOfWeek === 0 || dayOfWeek === 5) {
        isWorkDay = false;
    }
    else {
        isWorkDay = !isNationalDay(curDate);
    }
    return isWorkDay;
}

function isNationalDay(date) {
    var thisDate = new Date(date);
    var thisMoment = moment(thisDate);
    var holiday = thisMoment.holiday();
    var isHoliday = holiday != 'undefined' && holiday != null && holiday.length > 0;
    return isHoliday;
}
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Richard Deeming 16-Mar-22 4:42am    
"does not work when the number entered is negative"
Probably because you explicitly don't process negative numbers:
while (workDaysToAdd > 0)
Alex Aniapam 16-Mar-22 17:29pm    
Thanks for your response. I have finally solved it by adding the code below

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while (workDaysToAdd < 0) {
       realDaysToAdd--;
       if (IsWorkDay(curDate)) {
           workDaysToAdd++;
       }

       curDate.setDate(curDate.getDate() - 1);
   }
 
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PIEBALDconsult 16-Mar-22 20:28pm    
Please don't try to answer your own question. If you have details to add to the question, please use the "Improve question" button.
Richard Deeming 17-Mar-22 4:59am    
This is actually an answer to the question, as prompted by my comment. :)

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