|Property/method value type:||Time value|
|Argument list:||aDateValue||An optional value in days of the month|
|aMonthValue||A value between 0 and 11 in months|
The result returned by this method is the new time value of the containing object having been adjusted by the values passed in as arguments.
The computations are carried out in UTC time coordinates.
ECMA mandates that the date should be an optional argument. If the date value is omitted, the value is provided internally as if the getUTCDate() method had been called to provide it.
<HTML> <HEAD></HEAD> <BODY> <SCRIPT> myArray = new Array("Sunday", "Monday", "Tuesday", "Wednesday", "Thursday", "Friday", "Saturday"); myDate = new Date(); myDate.setUTCDate(4); myDate.setUTCMonth(6); document.write("The fourth of July this year is a " + myArray[myDate.getDay()]); </SCRIPT> </BODY> </HTML>