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..MaskTitleDate is used to find out and modify the mask used for the title of the day columns:
  • AndroidiPhone/iPad in an Organizer control.
  • in a Scheduler control.
Versions 21 and later
iPhone/iPad This property is now available for the Scheduler controls in the iPhone/iPad applications.
Android This property is now available for the Scheduler controls in the Android applications.
New in version 21
iPhone/iPad This property is now available for the Scheduler controls in the iPhone/iPad applications.
Android This property is now available for the Scheduler controls in the Android applications.
iPhone/iPad This property is now available for the Scheduler controls in the iPhone/iPad applications.
Android This property is now available for the Scheduler controls in the Android applications.
Versions 24 and later
Android This property is now available on Organizer controls in Android applications.
iPhone/iPad This property is now available on Organizer controls in iPhone/iPad applications.
New in version 24
Android This property is now available on Organizer controls in Android applications.
iPhone/iPad This property is now available on Organizer controls in iPhone/iPad applications.
Android This property is now available on Organizer controls in Android applications.
iPhone/iPad This property is now available on Organizer controls in iPhone/iPad applications.
Example
// Modifies the mask of titles in the date columns
SCH_SCHEDULER1..MaskTitleDate = "DD MM" // Displays "12 Apr."
Syntax

Finding out the mask used for the titles of the day columns Hide the details

<Result> = <Control>..MaskTitleDate
<Result>: Character string
Current display mask for the titles of day columns. This mask corresponds to:
  • "" (empty string) if the default mask is used.
  • the display mask used (see Remarks).
<Control>: Control name
Name of control to use:
  • AndroidiPhone/iPad Name of Organizer control.
  • Name of the Scheduler control.

Modifying the mask for the titles of day columns Hide the details

<Control>..MaskTitleDate = <New Mask>
<Control>: Control name
Name of control to use:
  • AndroidiPhone/iPad Name of Organizer control.
  • Name of the Scheduler control.
<New Mask>: Character string
New display mask for the titles of day columns. This mask can correspond to:
  • a preset mask or a custom mask (see the Remarks).
  • "" (empty string) to use the default display mask.
Remarks

Available display formats

The display format can correspond to:
  • a preset format. For example:
    • "DD/MM/YYYY" (16/12/2010 for example)
    • "DD/MM/YY" (16/12/10 for example)
    • "DD DD" (Thu 16 for example)
    • "MMMM YYYY|L|DD" (display mask on 3 lines available for the Scheduler controls only, for example:
      December 2010
      J
      16)
    • "MMMM YYYY|DD|L" (display mask on 3 lines available for the Scheduler controls only, for example:
      December 2010
      16
      T)
    • "MM/DD/YYYY" (12/16/2010 for example)
    • "MM/DD/YY" (12/16/10 for example)
    • "YYYY/MM/DD" (2010/12/16 for example)
    • "YY/MM/DD" (10/12/16 for example)
    • "DDDD DD MMMM YYYY" (Thursday 16 December 2010 for example)
    • "Dddd DD Mmmm YYYY" (Thursday 16 December 2010 for example)
    • "Dddd DD Mmm YYYY" (Thursday 16 Dec 2010 for example)
  • a custom format. In this case, you have the ability to use the following elements:
    • "L" (corresponding to the first letter of the day of the week, for example: M,T,W,T,F,S,S)
    • "DD" (corresponding to the day of the week in digits, for example: 12)
    • "DDDD" (corresponding day of the week, "Thursday" for example). The case used depends on the linguistic options of project.
    • "Dddd" (corresponding to the day of the week with the first letter in uppercase, for example: Monday)
    • "dddd" (corresponding to the day of the week with the first letter in lowercase, for example: monday)
    • "DDD" (abbreviation for the day of the week, "Thu" for example). The case used depends on the linguistic options of project.
    • "Ddd" (abbreviation for the day of the week with the first letter in uppercase, for example: Mon)
    • "ddd" (abbreviation for the day of the week with the first letter in lowercase, for example: mon)
    • "MM" (month in digits, for example: 11)
    • "MMMM" (month spelled out, "January" for example). The case used depends on the linguistic options of project.
    • "Mmmm" (month spelled out with the first letter in uppercase, for example: January)
    • "mmmm" (month spelled out with the first letter in lowercase, for example: January)
    • "MMM" (abbreviation of the month, "Jan" for example). The case used depends on the linguistic options of project.
    • "Mmm" (abbreviation of the month with the first letter in uppercase (for example: Jan)
    • "mmm" (abbreviation of the month with the first letter in lowercase (for example: jan)
    • "YYYY" (year on four digits, "2001" for example)
    • "YY" (last two digits of the year, "01" for example)
To display the date on several lines in a Scheduler control, all you have to do is use the "|" character (Alt Gr + 6) to change line.
For example: "DDDD DD MMMM YYYY" displays Monday 15 may 2010.

Limits

AndroidiPhone/iPad ..MaskTitleDate only applies to the:
  • Organizer controls,
  • Scheduler controls.
AndroidiPhone/iPad ..MaskTitleDate only applies to the Scheduler controls.
Minimum version required
  • Version 16
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