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Usage

For a given ISO week date, produces the Gregorian date with leading Zeros [YYYY]-[MM]-[DD].

Examples

  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2005|52|6}}" gives "2005-12-31 " [1], and is equal to "{{ISOWEEKDATE|2006|1|0}}" gives "2005-W52-6" [2]
  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2005|52|7}}" gives "2006-01-01 " [3]
  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2006|01|01}}" gives "2006-01-02 " [4]

Examples where the ISO year goes tree days into the next Gregorian year

  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2009|53|4}}" gives "2009-12-31 " [5]
  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2009|53|5}}" gives "2010-01-01 " [6]
  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2009|53|6}}" gives "2010-01-02 " [7]
  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2009|53|7}}" gives "2010-01-03 " [8]
  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2010|01|1}}" gives "2010-01-04 " [9]

Examples where the ISO year goes tree days into the prior Gregorian year

  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2008|52|7}}" gives "2008-12-28 " [10]
  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2009|01|1}}" gives "2008-12-29 " [11]
  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2009|01|2}}" gives "2008-12-30 " [12]
  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2009|01|3}}" gives "2008-12-31 " [13]
  • "{{ISOWEEKDATE2YMD|2009|01|4}}" gives "2009-01-01 " [14]

See also