Commit ff2c14fc authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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(Sexp Diary Entries): Clarify diary-float.

parent 51d16e07
2008-04-29 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* cal-xtra.texi (Sexp Diary Entries): Clarify diary-float.
2008-04-22 Juri Linkov <juri@jurta.org>
* dired.texi (Subdirectories in Dired): Describe using `^'
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......@@ -701,14 +701,14 @@ on October 22, November 22, and December 22 of every year.
that apply to dates like the third Friday of November, or the last
Tuesday in April. The parameters are the @var{month}, @var{dayname},
and an index @var{n}. The entry appears on the @var{n}th @var{dayname}
of @var{month}, where @var{dayname}=0 means Sunday, 1 means Monday, and
so on. If @var{n} is negative it counts backward from the end of
@var{month}. The value of @var{month} can be a list of months, a single
month, or @code{t} to specify all months. You can also use an optional
parameter @var{day} to specify the @var{n}th @var{dayname} of
@var{month} on or after/before @var{day}; the value of @var{day} defaults
to 1 if @var{n} is positive and to the last day of @var{month} if
@var{n} is negative. For example,
after the first day of @var{month}, where @var{dayname}=0 means Sunday,
1 means Monday, and so on. If @var{n} is negative it counts backward
from the end of @var{month}. The value of @var{month} can be a list of
months, a single month, or @code{t} to specify all months. You can also
use an optional parameter @var{day} to specify the @var{n}th
@var{dayname} on or after/before @var{day} of @var{month}; the value of
@var{day} defaults to 1 if @var{n} is positive and to the last day of
@var{month} if @var{n} is negative. For example,
@smallexample
%%(diary-float t 1 -1) Pay rent
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