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G.2.1.2 Weekday number %[format]?[date] special texts

The following weekday number %[format]?[date] special texts are respected, e.g.:

%W[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number of the current day, and which is determined by the Monday==1...Sunday==7 counting method, e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %W , the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 1, the 10-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996.

%>1&*W[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number with trailing Ordinal Number suffix of the current day, and which is determined by the Monday==1...Sunday==7 counting method, e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %>1&*W0@t+1 , the %n+1 will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 2nd, the 11-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996.

%E[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number of the current day, and which is determined by the Monday==0...Sunday==6 counting method, e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %E , the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 0, the 10-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996.

%>1&*E[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number with trailing Ordinal Number suffix of the current day, and which is determined by the Monday==0...Sunday==6 counting method, e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %>1&*E , the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 0th, the 10-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996.

%I[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number of the current day, and which is determined by the Sunday==1...Saturday==7 counting method, e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %I , the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 2, the 10-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996.

%>1&*I[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number with trailing Ordinal Number suffix of the current day, and which is determined by the Sunday==1...Saturday==7 counting method, e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %>1&*I , the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 2nd, the 10-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996.

%J[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number of the current day, and which is determined by the Sunday==0...Saturday==6 counting method, e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %J , the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 1, the 10-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996.

%>1&*J[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number with trailing Ordinal Number suffix of the current day, and which is determined by the Sunday==0...Saturday==6 counting method, e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %>1&*J , the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 1st, the 10-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996.

%S[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number of the current day, and which is determined by the starting day of week==1...ending day of week==7 counting method (see Calendar option --starting-day=argument), e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %S , the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 4, the 10-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996 and Friday (==5) is the starting day of week.

%>1&*S[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number with trailing Ordinal Number suffix of the current day, and which is determined by the starting day of week==1...ending day of week==7 counting method (see Calendar option --starting-day=argument), e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %>1&*S , the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 4th, the 10-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996 and Friday (==5) is the starting day of week.

%T[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number of the current day, and which is determined by the starting day of week==0...ending day of week==6 counting method (see Calendar option --starting-day=argument), e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %T , the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 3, the 10-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996 and Friday (==5) is the starting day of week.

%>1&*T[date]
Is replaced by the weekday number with trailing Ordinal Number suffix of the current day, and which is determined by the starting day of week==0...ending day of week==6 counting method (see Calendar option --starting-day=argument), e.g.:
The text ‘Today is weekday %>1&*T , the %n will be expanded to
==> ‘Today is weekday 3rd, the 10-Jun-1996, in case the actual system date is the 10th June 1996 and Friday (==5) is the starting day of week.