View Forum Posts. Norse goddess Frigg. Friday is named after the Norse fertility goddess Frigg. Some holidays and dates are color-coded: Red –Federal Holidays and Sundays. Date() - 7 take you to today's day LAST week Then add back 5 ( for Friday ) Minus the WeekDay So Friday last week = Date() - 7 + ( 5 - WeekDay ) Which simplifies to = Date() - 2 - WeekDay You might need to adjust the -2 if your difinition of week ending date disagrees with mine. And although it's fairly straight forward, I don't quite understand how it works. Registered User. see my codes bellow: b To get the dates from Monday to Friday of the last week, we need to calculate the difference between the previous monday from the strtotime function and the current date, if the difference is less than 7 that means the monday is within the current week.
The last two words of c are commonly (optionally) inverted, usually for emphasis: 'It was sent to you ages ago... Friday last, or maybe the week before - I remember it was a Friday though'. how can I get last week' date range in php ? tl;dr. get the dates for Monday and Friday last week. 03-28-2014, 09:30 AM #4.
Friday is the fifth day of the week according to the international standard ISO 8601 and is considered the last working day of the week in most western countries.
LocalDate // Represent a date only, without a time-of-day, and without a time zone or offset. G LS accessaceNOJUNK@valleyalley.co.uk (I suspect this inversion may be regional, but it's very common.) // ex: today is 2014-2-8 // the week date range of last week should be '2014-1-26 ~ 2014-2-1' } ?> Re: Returning the date for last Friday. 'ope-that-'elps. .now // Capture the current date as seen through the wall-clock time used by the people of a certain region (a time zone). Good morning NBVC or MasterMonk, This formula is exactly what I needed.
; Calendar type: Gregorian calendar Disable moonphases. ; Gray –Typical Non-working Days. ; Black–Other Days. The year 2020 is a leap year, with 366 days in total.
Local holidays are not listed. Friday comes after Thursday and before Saturday in our modern-day Gregorian Calendar.