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You will also need to look at the return array that you get from the repeater field. I was assuming that your start data and end date are in the same row. If these are in some time of nested repeater then it will be far more complicate.
You can see what is in any given repeater by using
$repeater = get_field('repeater'); echo '<pre>'; print_r($repeater); echo '</pre>';
if it’s a nested repeater
$repeater = get_sub_field('repeater'); echo '<pre>'; print_r($repeater); echo '</pre>';
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