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Date: 23/12/2013. Hashed: 5850c6e4903dfb7f15b3c31c9c2e2d9a. Original: 5850c6e4903dfb7f15b3c31c9c2e2d9a. ---------------------------. Battlefield Bad Company 2 Vietnam: Locked Doors Activation Code. Official source activation code for...Q: Create and Initialize a Date variable inside a class I'm having trouble with creating and initializing a Date variable inside a class in Google Apps Script. I'm trying to do it like this: function getEndDate() { var endDate = new Date(2017, 1, 31); var spreadsheetSheet = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSpreadsheet().getActiveSheet(); var cells = spreadsheetSheet.getRange(1, 1, 1, 20).getValues(); Logger.log(cells); Logger.log(endDate); for (i in cells) { if (cells[i][0] == "S") { endDate.setMonth(endDate.getMonth() + 1); endDate.setDate(endDate.getDate() + 3); } Logger.log(endDate.getTime()); } return endDate; } When I try to run this, I get the error: TypeError: Cannot read property "getDate" from undefined. (line 20, file "Code") Can someone help me please? A: You cannot create a Date class object from a string of today's date, because in the constructor, the parameter is a number of milliseconds since the Unix epoch and the default constructor expects a timestamp in milliseconds. If your requirement is to change the date by 3 days, use Utilities.formatDate() to create a string representation of your date and then parse this string into a Date object. var endDate = new Date(new Date().setDate(new Date().getDate() + 3)); var cells = spreadsheetSheet.getRange




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