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Keyword interval2

Purpose

There are two ways to specify a date interval. The first is the most obvious. A date interval consists of a start and end DATE. Watch out for end dates without a time specification! Date specifications are 0 extended. An end date without a time is expanded to midnight that day. So the day of the end date is not included in the interval! The start and end dates must be separated by a hyphen character.

In the second form specifies the start date and an interval duration. The duration must be prefixed by a plus character.

Syntax <date> (- <date> | + <duration> (min | h | d | w | m | y))
Arguments date
See date for details.
duration
The duration of the interval. May not be 0 and must be a multiple of timingresolution.
min
minutes
h
hours
d
days
w
weeks
m
months
y
years
Context Global scope



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