Jewish Date Tokens

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Jewish Date Tokens

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The table below shows the available Jewish tokens which can be used to display Jewish dates and their corresponding Gregorian Date token :

 

[jd]

[jdd]

Shows the Jewish day (1-30 and 01-30) of the Jewish month and correspond to [d] and [dd].

[jm]

[jmm]

Shows the Jewish month number (1-12 and 01-12) and correspond to [m] and [mm].

[jmmm]

[jMmm]

[jMMM]

Shows the short form of the Jewish month name and correspond to [mmm], [Mmm] and [MMM].

[jmmmm]

[jMmmm]

[jMMMM]

Shows the full Jewish month name and correspond to [mmmm], [Mmmm] and [MMMM].

[jYY]

[jYYYY]

Shows the Jewish year number and correspond to [yy] and [yyyy].

 

 

The prefix "s" can be used to conditionally show the Jewish day or month tokens. The following tokens do not have a Jewish calendar counterpart :

 

Weekday name tokens.

Week number tokens.

 

Note that Q++ also automatically calculates holidays based on the Jewish Calendar.

 

See also : Jewish Time Tokens, Muslim Calendar Tokens, Orthodox Calendar Tokens.


Topic 174900 updated on 02-Sep-2003.
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