Press Windows-F12 to calculate a date and copy it to the
clipboard (associate 12 with a calendar).
A dialog prompts for the year, month, week, and
day, defaulting to either today's date or the last one
calculated. Specify the year and week as numbers, the
latter being optional. The month and day may be specified
as numbers, words, or abbreviations (case is ignored).
Here are two examples.
Task: Calculate the date of Thanksgiving -- the 4th
Thursday of November
Result: Thursday, November 27, 2008
Task: Calculate which week day is Christmas
Result: Thursday, December 25, 2008
A date may also be calculated relative to the starting
date. Input a plus sign (+) followed by a number to add
units of time, or use a minus sign (-) to subtract instead. Here is an example.
Task: Check what day is a week after Christmas
Result: January 1, 2009
The difference between two dates may be calculated by
inputting two values, seperated by a space, in at least one
field. The week field is not used in this case. An
Task: Calculate the age of someone on tax day who was born
Year: 1944 2008
Month: June April
Day: 6 15
Result: 63 years, 10 months, 1 Week, 2 Days
This global script requires GW Toolkit and Homer Shared Object.Download Now
Supported Languages: English
Minimum Version: Window-Eyes 7.0
- Filename: CalculateDate.wepm
- Date: 11/13/2008 2:57:34 PM
- Size: 9.7KB
- Total Downloads: 4157
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