DST Calculations For Specific Date Information

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## Specific Days Of The Week, Month and Year

With this calculator you can determine on what date a specific day of the week occurs, for instance the third Sunday of April on or after the 15th.
The calculator doesn't check the sanity of the input, so entering data should be done carefully. Current years are 4-digit numbers, not 2 digit numbers. The calculator only works for the Gregorian calendar, which is used in most parts of the Western world.

The second Monday of August on/after the 15th, etc.
Calculate the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, if existing the 5th, or the last weekday (like Monday, Saturday, etc.) of a certain month in a certain year.
If needed, enter an offset day after or before which the counting should start. The offset day is included in the counting if it is the selected weekday.
An offset day has no effect if the last weekday (of a month) is selected. If e.g. the last Sunday on/before day n is needed, select the first Sunday on/before day n. It is also possible to select before or after instead of on/before, on/after.

 Required Data Select the Nth: firstsecondthirdfourthfifthlast day: MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday of month: JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember year: on/afteron/beforeafterbefore day no. (of this month) Results Calculated Date (format: month-day-full year)

One of the applications of the calculator presented above, is figuring out on which date a daylight saving transition (winter time <-> summer time) occurs. Worldwide there are many different DST (daylight saving time) rules in effect. Below an example of two DST rules, calculated with the same functions that form the basis of the calculator above.

Region Date (mm-dd-yyyy) Local Time Date And Time Of DST Required Entry Year Results Europe (zone CET) Start 02:00 End 03:00 United StatesBefore 2007 Rules Start 02:00 End 02:00 United StatesWith 2007 Rules Start 02:00 End 02:00

DST Calculations For Specific Date Information

Some non-ECMAScipt compliant browsers will give an error on loading but will generally recover for correct operation. This calculator provides the ability to find the Nth occurance of a day during a year. It is VITAL for the correct ability to find DST information worldwide. View the source code.