In french: DateVersMoisEnLettre
Returns the name of the month that corresponds to a specified date.
DateToMonthInAlpha("20011225") // Returns "December"
MyDate is Date = DateSys()
EDT_Date = DateToDayInAlpha(MyDate) + " " + MyDate.Day + ...
" " + DateToMonthInAlpha(MyDate) + " at " + ...
// The EDT_Date control contains for example: Monday 13 August at 14:44:17
<Result> = DateToMonthInAlpha(<Date>)
<Result>: Character string
Month corresponding to the specified date: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.
Remark: The month returned depends on the linguistic options specified for dates in the "Languages" tab of the project description (on the "Project" tab, in the "Project" group, click "Description"):
- If the project uses the linguistic options of Windows for the dates, the month will be returned in the language of Windows.
- If the project uses specific parameters for the dates (for one or more languages), the month returned will correspond to the one specified in the project description.
<Date>: Character string, Date or DateTime variable
Date to use. This date can correspond to:
- a character string in YYYYMMDD format (YYYY corresponds to the year, MM to the month and DD to the day).
- a character string in YYYYMMDDHHmmSSCC format (YYYY corresponds to the year, MM to the month, DD to the day, HH to hours, mm to minutes, SS to seconds and CC to hundredths of a second (use CCC for thousandths of a second)). In this case, only the date is taken into account.
- a Date variable.
- a DateTime variable. In this case, only the date is taken into account.
The date storage format allows you to store dates from 01/01/0001 to 12/31/9999.
Unit examples (WINDEV): Calculating the date of Easter and an age
Unit examples (WINDEV): Popup calendar
Business / UI classification: Neutral code
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