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SAPScript date formatting for cheque

Former Member
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Hello Friends,

I am working on an SAPScript where my requirement is to print date in ddmmyyyy format but as it is going to get printed on the existing stationary of check format so it has to be printed in d d m m y y y y format ,means the character should have space between them.I am using the structure REGUP-BLDAT.

Please guide me on this  


Former Member
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Hi Friends,

The solution to this problem is display the date character wise and also keep a blank space between the characters

eg &regup-bldat+0(1)&    &regup-bldat+1(1)&    and so on