gives all dates in the range from date1 to date2.


gives the dates in the range from date1 to date2 that are increment apart.

Details and Options

  • Dates can be specified in the following forms:
  • DateObject[]date object
    {y,m,d,h,m,s}precise time
    {y,m,d}year, month, day
    {y,m}the first day of the specified month
    {y}the first day of the first month of the year y
    "string"date as a string ("Jan. 1, 2022")
    timeabsolute time specification
  • {y,m,d} is taken to be equivalent to {y,m,d,0,0,0} etc.
  • Possible increments are denominated in the following calendar steps and day types: "Year", "Quarter", "Month", "Week", "Day", "Hour", "Minute", "Second", "Weekday", "Weekend", Monday through Sunday, "EndOfMonth", "BeginningOfMonth", and "BusinessDay".
  • Mixed-radix increments are permitted.
  • An increment may be specified using the Quantity framework.
  • In DateRange[date1,date2] where date2 is a granular DateObject, range results will include all dates through the end of date2.
  • DateRange takes the following option:
  • CalendarType "Gregorian"calendar in which the date parameters have been specified
    HolidayCalendar {"UnitedStates","Default"}holiday schedule and subspecification for the business day and holiday computations


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Basic Examples  (4)

Give all the dates in a date range:

Increment dates by one week:

Increment dates by one year, one month, and one day:

DateRange has constraints similar to Range:

Scope  (5)

The output is sensitive to the choice of step size:

Increment can be specified using the quantity framework:

DateRange interprets string inputs:

The increment "Week" is equivalent to {1,"Week"}:

The increment must be net-negative if the endpoints are not in chronological order:

Options  (4)

CalendarType  (3)

Create a list of Jewish calendar dates:

Create a list of consecutive weekly dates in the Jewish calendar:

Print all dates for the current Islamic year:

HolidayCalendar  (1)

Different markets within a country may have different holiday schedules:

Wolfram Research (2012), DateRange, Wolfram Language function, (updated 2023).


Wolfram Research (2012), DateRange, Wolfram Language function, (updated 2023).


Wolfram Language. 2012. "DateRange." Wolfram Language & System Documentation Center. Wolfram Research. Last Modified 2023.


Wolfram Language. (2012). DateRange. Wolfram Language & System Documentation Center. Retrieved from


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