Expand Date From 10/11/99 To Wednesday 10Th November 1999

Using this code in an input translation section (or the likes of),
Replace the section "Date you want to work on" with the name of the field that
contains the date .
Input 11/11/99
Output Thursday 11Th November 1999
DateChange := Date you want to work on;
A := @Text(@Year(DateChange));
B := @Select(@Month(DateChange); "January"; "February"; "March"; "April";
"May"; "June"; "July"; "August"; "September"; "October"; "November";
C :=@Select(@Weekday(DateChange);"Sunday" ; "Monday" ; "Tuesday" ; "Wednesday"
; "Thursday" ; "Friday" ; "Saturday");
D :=
C +" " + @Text(@Day(DateChange)) +D+ " " + B + " " + a
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