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Weekdays are the days of the week which are not part of the weekend, i.e. the workweek. In most countries the weekdays are then:

  1. Monday
  2. Tuesday
  3. Wednesday
  4. Thursday
  5. Friday

Many timetables are different on weekdays, such as radio and television schedules, parking restrictions, and shop opening hours.


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macosxhints.com - Translate cal's weekdays into other languages (583 words)
Translate cal's weekdays into other languages - By: Evil B on Tue, Jun 17 '03 at 1:28PM PDT
Translate cal's weekdays into other languages - By: englabenny on Tue, Jun 17 '03 at 4:19PM PDT
Translate cal's weekdays into other languages - By: Evil B on Wed, Jun 18 '03 at 6:45AM PDT
date - weekdays - PHPBuilder.com (388 words)
that will return the weekday for today, but we need the weekday name for whatever is in the db.
Thats fine if you just want to translate an integer into the weekday name, but he stated that the value was coming back from the database, I thought it would be easier and more efficient to use functions that already exist to do the same thing, rather than invent the wheel.
I had assumed that any date information in your DB would be stored as either date, datetime, or timestamp.
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