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  • Returns the date obtained by adding n weekdays to the date d. The calculation includes the date d as one of the n days. For example, adding 2 days to 10/31/2003 which is a Friday will give you 11/03/2003 since it counts 10/31/2003 as 1 day and 11/03/2003 (a Monday) as the second day.
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  • Returns the number of weekdays in the interval starting with d1 and ending on the day before d2 (same as subtracting Dates, but the result is the number of weekdays instead of a Duration). It is the inverse of WeekdayAdd.
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  • Returns a Duration representing n weeks. This function takes a number and converts it into a Duration type value, expressed in weeks.
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  • Returns a Duration representing n weeks. This function takes a number and converts it into a Duration type value, expressed in weeks.
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  • Returns the date obtained by adding n days to the date d. The calculation includes the date d as one of the n days. For example, adding 2 days to 10/31/2003 which is a Friday will give you 11/01/2003 since it counts 10/31/2003 as 1 day and 11/01/2003 (a Saturday) as the second day.
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  • Returns the date obtained by adding n days to the date d. The calculation includes the date d as one of the n days. For example, adding 2 days to 10/31/2003 which is a Friday will give you 11/01/2003 since it counts 10/31/2003 as 1 day and 11/01/2003 (a Saturday) as the second day.
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  • Returns the year number of the Date d.
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  • Returns the year number of the Date d.
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  • Returns t converted to upper case.
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  • Encodes the text t so that it can be used in a URL, by substituting special character combinations for certain reserved characters, like '&' and '=' and space.
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