- Range selection
- Changing a time period in a Calendar, Organizer or Scheduler control
- Special cases
In french: DateDébut
property is used to determine and change the start date of the selected time period:
- in a Calendar control.
- in an Organizer control.
- in a Scheduler control.
// Retrieve the selected period (Calendar control)
NbDays is int
NbDays = DateDifference(CAL_Calendar1.StartDate, CAL_Calendar1.EndDate) + 1
Info("Selected time period: from " + ...
DateToString(CAL_Calendar1.StartDate) + ...
" to " + DateToString(CAL_Calendar1.EndDate) + ...
" which means " + NbDays + " days")
Determining the start date of the time period Hide the details
<Start date> = <Control used>.StartDate
Changing the start date of the time period Hide the details
<Control used>.StartDate = <New date>
Changing a time period in a Calendar, Organizer or Scheduler control
To change the start date of a selected time period
, specify the start date (StartDate
property) and the end date (EndDate
property). When the start date is changed:
- the end date is automatically deselected.
- the end date has to be selected (programmatically or by clicking a control date).
To change the end date of a selected time period
, simply use the EndDate
property: the time period changes automatically.
- The end date of a time period can be identified and changed with the EndDate property.
- The StartDate property returns the start date of the time period in chronological order. Therefore, if the end date was selected before the start date, the StartDate property returns the last selected date.
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