# Min() - Max() - how to get what's between?

Hi

I have a list with months Jan to Dec

The Min month = Jan
The Max month = Mar

How can I get a list that includes the missing months, like this case Feb?
The result I should like to get is: Jan, Feb, Mar

If you have suggestions how and or where to find solutions, it would be great
While searching on Google, I get mainly the approach in Excel, but…

In the doc you see the use case

//JP

Hi JP,

You should be able to use the `sequence` function to do this.

First, you’ll need to extract the month number from the start date (`Month(Date)`), then you can do:

`Sequence([Start Month], [End Month],1).FormulaMap(Date([Year],CurrentValue,1))`.

Will you need this to work from one year to the next?

If so, it’ll be a bit more complicated, you’ll probably need to work out what the months are as an offset from a specific ‘zero’ date, sequence the months in that way, and then convert them back relative to that ‘zero’ date.

I can help with this, but it will take me more time than I have available right now.

Joe

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Dear @Joe_Innes,

Thanks coming back to my question for what I still didn’t find a solution.
You think very well ahead , you are right , I will need to cover more years.

In below table I added the month number and the year (with formulas)

With respect for your time, I will be patient and look forward to your input.

Thank you sooo much,
//JP

`Sequence(StartDate,EndDate,1).FormulaMap(CurrentValue.ToDate().Year() + ":" + CurrentValue.ToDate().Month()).Unique().BulletedList()`

This should give you a bulleted list of `Year: Month` from StartDate to EndDate

If you want actual date values, this will work too:

``````    .FormulaMap(CurrentValue.DateTimeTruncate("month"))
.Unique()
``````

Here’s an example:

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Thank you All
The detailed explanation creates high value for the community and onboarding users.

I am working to get all formulas in a table, with links to the formula pages and I will connect formulas used to content like this and also a relationship to the applicable guidelines.

When it gets shaped, I will share to decide if it would be something to add to the learning section.

Kind regards,
//JP

Glad that the folks above provided a solution, and apologies I didn’t get round to it earlier!