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Day of Week (Gregorian || Julian)

This is a class that will return the day of the week for both the Gregorian and Julian calendars.

 Example code: Dim DT As DayOfWeek Dim DOW As String Set DT = New DayOfWeek(Now) DOW = DT.Gregorian


 Class DayOfWeek Weekday As String Weekday As String Sub New (DT As Variant) Dim a, y, m As Integer a = 14 - Month(DT) y = Year(DT) - a m = Month(DT) + (12 * a) - 2 Me.Weekday = (5 + Day(DT) + y + (y / 4) + ((31 * m) / 12)) Mod 7 Me.Weekday = (Day(DT) + y + (y/4) - (y/100) + (y/400) + ((31*m)/12)) Mod 7 End Sub End Class

This was first published in September 2001

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