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Would somebody please tell me which is correct:

1) The progress is as of yesterday.

2) The progress is as on yesterday.
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Would somebody please tell me which is correct:

1) The progress is as of yesterday.

2) The progress is as on yesterday.

Strictly speaking none.

The espression is as of but is is not used the way you wrote it.

1) As of yesterday, the progress is [what?].

or

The progress is, as of yesterday, [but what?].

as of - on and after a particular date or time

2)

The progress is as on yesterday. is wrong

The progress is as it was on yesterday. is wrong

The progress is as it was yesterday. is OK

What exactly do you want to say? Maybe "the project has not been changed from yesterday." Any help.
I was pertaining to a certain 'cumulative progress of work'; let me put it this way:

20 km excavation is the progress as on/as of yesterday.

I hope this is clearer.

Cheers.
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You mean something like:

20 km excavation has been progressed, as of yesterday

This means: We started yesterday and by today we've finished 20 km.

You cannot link as of yesterday with anything:

As of yesterday, 20 km excavation has been progressed.

20 km excavation, as of yesterday, has been progressed.

And as on yesterday is probably useless in your case.
what is the difference between as of and as on. both same meaning?????///

In the United States, we use the phrase "as of" to express the status of something on a certain date or time.

Examples:

Please provide the child's grade level as of March 1, 2018.

As of two weeks ago, I am a non-smoker.

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The progress is as on yesterday.