The following sections provide a comprehensive discussion of all the system tokens available in Q++. Click on the various zones of the screenshot below to access the most commonly used tokens.
We will first cover the tokens used to display days, weeks, months, quarters and year for the Gregorian calendar (the western world's calendar), and then cover the tokens used to represent dates in the Hebrew and Islamic calendars.
Before covering Holidays tokens and moon tokens, we will discuss duration tokens, prefixes and zap tokens. and then cover MiniCalendars, Slogans, Imageand Macro tokens, before covering symbol tokens and miscellaneous tokens.