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G.2.1.3 Day-of-year number %[format]N[date] special text

%N[date]
Is replaced by the day-of-year number of the current day of year, e.g.:
The text ‘Day %N  of year, the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Day 53 of year, the 22-Feb-1996, in case the actual system date is the 22nd February 1996.

%>03*N[date]
Is replaced by the 3-digit day-of-year number with leading zeroes of the current day of year, e.g.:
The text ‘Day %>03*N0@t-1  of year, the %n-1 will be expanded to
==> ‘Day 052 of year, the 21-Feb-1996, in case the actual system date is the 22nd February 1996.

%>1&*N[date]
Is replaced by the day-of-year number with trailing Ordinal Number suffix of the current day of year, e.g.:
The text ‘Day %>1&*N  of year, the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Day 53rd of year, the 22-Feb-1996, in case the actual system date is the 22nd February 1996.

%>03&*N[date]
Is replaced by the 3-digit day-of-year number with leading zeroes and trailing Ordinal Number suffix of the current day of year, e.g.:
The text ‘Day %>03&*N  of year, the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Day 053rd of year, the 22-Feb-1996, in case the actual system date is the 22nd February 1996.