function EncodeDateMonthWeek(const AYear, AMonth, AWeekOfMonth, ADayOfWeek: Word): TDateTime;
extern DELPHI_PACKAGE System::TDateTime __fastcall EncodeDateMonthWeek(const System::Word AYear, const System::Word AMonth, const System::Word AWeekOfMonth, const System::Word ADayOfWeek);
Returns a TDateTime that represents a specified day of a specified week in a specified month and year.
EncodeDateMonthWeek returns a TDateTime for the date specified by the AYear, AMonth, AWeekOfMonth, and ADayOfWeek parameters. The time portion of the return value is 0 (midnight at the start of the specified day).
AYear is the year. It can be any value from 1 through 9999 (inclusive).
AMonth is the month. It can be any value from 1 through 12 (inclusive).
AWeekOfMonth is the week within that month, where 1 is the first week that includes four or more days. Note that if the first calendar day of the month is a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, then those three days must be expressed using AMonth set to the previous month and AWeekOfMonth set to the number of weeks in the previous month. Similarly, if the last calendar day of the month is a Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, then those three days are expressed with AMonth set to the following month and AWeekOfMonth set to 1.
ADayOfWeek is the day of the week, where 1 is Monday, 2 is Tuesday, and so on.
Tip: To make the ADayOfWeek value more readable, use the day of week constants.
If any of the parameters are not in range, EncodeDateMonthWeek raises an EConvertError exception.
Note: The definitions for AWeekOfMonth and ADayOfWeek reflect the ISO 8601 standard.