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Extract year, month, week, day from a date and display specific weekday

I have successfully created a macro to extract the year, month, week, day,hour,min and sec from dates.
That code is as follows:
Dim Starttime As Double
Dim Endtime As Double
Starttime = “12/30/2012”
Endtime = “1/3/2013”

If Myrange.Cells(3, 7) > Starttime And Myrange.Cells(3, 7) Starttime Then
Myrange.Cells(3, 7) = Format(Myrange.Cells(3, 7), “mm/dd/yyyy”)
Myrange.Cells(3, 7) = Format(Myrange.Cells(3, 7), “mm/dd/yyyy”)
End If
End If

What I’d like to do now, is only display specific weekdays as the date changes.
I have tried the following code:
If Weekday(Myrange.Cells(3, 7)) = 2 Then

And have also tried
Myrange.Cells(3, 7).Select


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Process.getRestrictions.exists(CASE WHEN x THEN y ELSE z END);

I came across the following code in the Query docs that uses CASE to combine multiple restrictions.
The reference to the restrictions is:
The following restriction is applicable when the restrictions query is executed:

x {Expr|LPAREN} Boolean [expr|OR] {Expr}
y {Expr}
z {Expr}

Why can the restrictions be combined like this?

Is the possibility to override cases condition(s) outlined in the restriction’s documentation? If so, how do I override cases condition(s)?
What conditions are specified for each component?


This is a confusing and very old construct. It is a wildcard used in the documentation to show that it can be used for any number of restrictions (or even no restrictions at all). And the code generator didn’t really understand it until Oracle 12.1.
So all you need to do is to replace it with the equivalent, explicit OR: