[ic] Date time stamp
frank at goldissue.com
Mon Jan 5 22:21:43 EST 2004
Anthony Minero wrote:
>On 12/30/03 6:12 PM, "Mike Heins" <mike at perusion.com> wrote:
>>Quoting Anthony Minero (anthony at urbanscooters.com):
>>>I read the developers resource notes on how to add the date to a page and it
>>>is pretty straight forward, I'm just using;
>>>[time]%A, %B %d, %Y[/time]
>>>But I'd like to be able to show the date of the next Sunday of every week.
>>>We have sales that end every Sunday and instead of having to manually change
>>>the date every week I'm trying to figure out how to just display the most
>>>recent Sundays date, if that makes sense.
>>You should check the documentation for the time tag:
>Yeah I did that and I see how to adjust it so it always 3 hours ahead of the
>real time etc. but that's not really what I need. I guess what I need is an
>if/else statement that says;
>Add 6 days to the date
>Else if day=Tuesday add 5 days to the date
>Else if day=Wednesday add 4 days to the date
>Does anyone know how to do this?
I just ripped this idea out of the Perl Cookbook by Tom Christiansen and
($MONTHDAY, $WEEKDAY, $YEARDAY) = (localtime $DATE) [3,6,7];
It prints '4' for Tuesday which doesn't make sense.
Try it for a week - then you will know for sure
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