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d number
m number
y number


Display a date. First optional argument specifies the date using the day (d), month (m) and year (y). If omitted the current date is assumed.

The second optional argument specifies the output format. Available fields are:

day, month, year, weekday, dd, mm, yy, jj, d, m, y, j, referral.

You can also insert delimiters between the fields (e.g. commas, spaces, see examples).



To get a short month use \monthshort (lowercase, 25 apr 2008) or \MONTHSHORT (uppercase, 25 APR 2008) as follows:


It is possible to redefine the \monthshort form to have a starting capital (e.g. 25 Apr 2008). Put the following in your environment file:

\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!january  :\s!mnem=Jan]
\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!february :\s!mnem=Feb]
\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!march    :\s!mnem=Mar]
\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!april    :\s!mnem=Apr]
\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!may      :\s!mnem=May]
\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!june     :\s!mnem=Jun]
\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!july     :\s!mnem=Jul]
\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!august   :\s!mnem=Aug]
\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!september:\s!mnem=Sep]
\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!october  :\s!mnem=Oct]
\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!november :\s!mnem=Nov]
\setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!december :\s!mnem=Dec]


See also