Week()

Week()

Returns the calendar week a number

Syntax

      Week( [<dDate>][, <lSWN>] ) -> nWeek

Argument

<dDate> Designates a date for which the week it lies in, is determined. The default is the system date.

<lSWN> Simple Week Number ( see below description )

Returns

WEEK() returns a sequential week number that designates in which week of the year <dDate> lies.

Description

Week() returns the calendar week a number. If no date is specified, the system date is used. An empty date via hb_SToD(“”) returns 0. The week of the year in which a day lies is information required by a number of technical financial calculations or wage accounting. This function determines this week and acknowledged all calendar rules. If <lSWN> is .T., Week() will calculate the “simple week number”, defined by – week #1 starts on January, 1st – week #(n+1) starts seven days after start of week #n If <lSWN> is .F. (default), the ISO8601 week number, defined by – weeks start on mondays – week #1 is the one that includes January, 4 will be calculated.

Note

. When no date is specified, then WEEK() uses the system date. An empty date leads to a 0 result.

Example

       Determine the week for a date:
       dDate  :=  CTOD("03/14/92")
       ? "This date is in week:  ", WEEK(dDate)

Compliance

Week() is compatible with CT3’s Week(). <lSWN> is Harbour extention.

Platforms

All

Files

Source is dattime2.prg, library is libct.

Seealso

CDoW(), CToDoW(), DoW()

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