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Returns the difference between two dates based on the 360 day year used in interest calculations.
DAYS360('Date1'; 'Date2'; Type)
If Date2 is earlier than Date1, the function will return a negative number.
The optional argument Type determines the type of difference calculation. If Type = 0 or if the argument is missing, the US method (NASD, National Association of Securities Dealers) is used. If Type <> 0, the European method is used.
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=DAYS360('2000-01-01';NOW()) returns the number of interest days from January 1, 2000 until today.