Determines the number of workdays within a date range in visual basic

I used implicit If Statements (IIF) because they take less lines of code, and this procedure is convoluted enough without making is bigger! In case you aren't familiar with them, they are a hold-over from VBA.
The first argument is the expression, the second is what to do if it's true, the third is what to do if it's false.
The first part determines the number of days between 2 dates. The second part determines the number of whole weeks because each whole week has a Saturday & a Sunday in it. The last part determines if the range spanned a weekend but not a whole week so it can subtract the
weekend out.

Private Sub FindWorkDays()
Dim A1 As Date
Dim A2 As Date
Dim iWorkDays As Integer

A1 = Text1.Text
A2 = Text2.Text

iWorkDays = A2 - A1 + 1 - Int((A2 - A1 + 1) / 7) * 2 - _
IIf(Int((A2 - A1 + 1) / 7) = (A2 - A1 + 1) / 7, 0, _
IIf(WeekDay(A2) < WeekDay(A1), 2, 0)) - _
IIf((WeekDay(A1) = 1 Or WeekDay(A2) = 7), 1, 0)

Label1.Caption = iWorkDays

End Sub

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