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You can use Muslim Tokens to display both Muslim Dates and Muslim Times.

 

Muslim Date Tokens

In the Muslim Calendar (Hijra) the first of each month occurs based on the confirmed sighting, by 2 reputable Muslims, of the first crescent of the moon, following the new moon. Furthermore these astronomically predictable times are often overruled by local religious authorities. Therefore Q++ allows for the creation of an arbitrary number of differing Muslim Calendars, and Muslim Dates Tokens' calculated value depends on the Muslim Data property used in the International ScriptLine of a given Script.

Muslim Times Tokens

The value of these tokens are based on solar events (dawn, sunrise, ....) that depend on a reference geographical location. This is specified in each Script through the Muslim Data Source property of the International ScriptLine.

 

See also : Jewish Religious Tokens, Moon Tokens, Sun Tokens.


Topic 137900 updated on 09-May-2013.
Topic URL: http://www.qppstudio.net/webhelp/index.html?islamiccalendar.htm