# Category : C Source Code

Archive : C-DATES.ZIP

Filename : C_DATES.H

#define satcnt( a, b ) ( daycnt( a, b, 1 ) - daycnt( a, b, 2 ) )

#define wkend( a ) ( a - dow( a ) + 6 )

#ifdef LINT_ARGS

#ifndef NO_EXT_KEYS

long cdecl gtoj( unsigned int, unsigned int, unsigned int );

char * cdecl jtog( unsigned long, char *, unsigned int );

int cdecl fulldte( unsigned long, char * );

int cdecl dow( unsigned long );

long cdecl daycnt( unsigned long, unsigned long, unsigned int );

long cdecl newdate( unsigned long, long, unsigned int );

#else

long gtoj( unsigned int, unsigned int, unsigned int );

char * jtog( unsigned long, char *, unsigned int );

int fulldte( unsigned long, char * );

int dow( unsigned long );

long daycnt( unsigned long, unsigned long, unsigned int );

long newdate( unsigned long, long, unsigned int );

#endif

#else

#ifndef NO_EXT_KEYS

long cdecl gtoj();

char * cdecl jtog();

int cdecl fulldte();

int cdecl dow();

long cdecl daycnt();

long cdecl newdate();

#else

long gtoj();

char * jtog();

int fulldte();

int dow();

long daycnt();

long newdate();

#endif

#endif

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