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JebM
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Expression.Error: 2 arguments were passed to a function which expects 3.

I've written a function that is intended to intake 2 arguments (dates) and report the number of weekdays elapsed. However, when I invoke the function, it tells me that my function is expecting 3 arguments. Why does Power Query tell me that the function expects 3 arguments?

 

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If I input a bogus 3rd argument, it tells me that the function is only looking for 2 arguments

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HotChilli
Super User
Super User

Have you proved that the error does not come from the logic inside the function?

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HotChilli
Super User
Super User

Not my intention at all, just seemed worth investigating for starters.  Sometimes all it takes is another pair of eyes to look at something. 

All the best.

JebM
New Member

Well, now I feel silly. That was the issue, thanks!

HotChilli
Super User
Super User

Have you proved that the error does not come from the logic inside the function?

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