Displaying Gregorian Dates in Chinese

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Displaying Gregorian Dates in Chinese

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Gregorian weekdays (Monday to Sunday) and month names (January to December) can be displayed in Chinese, simply by using the [dddd] or [mmmm] tokens and specifying the appropriate tranlation for each month in the Tokens Manager.

 

 

Sometimes, you may need to display Gregorian dates, in Chinese, using the Gregorian date number and the Gregorian month number, followed or not by the Chinese symbol for month and day.

 

 

In the above example, April 9th is displayed, litterally as 4-month-9-day using Chinese characters. To display the month number alone, use [ch_m], or [ch_mm] to also display the month character. To display the date number alone, use [ch_d], or [ch_dd] to also display the day character.

 

See also : Chinese Tokens.


Topic 172480 updated on 13-May-2016.
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