returns True if the calendar date date2 is entirely contained within date1, and False otherwise.
- In DateWithinQ[date1, date2], both date1 and date2 should be specified as DateObject expressions of any calendar granularity.
- DateWithinQ accepts lists of dates in both arguments, effectively calling Outer on the input lists.
- DateWithinQ returns True only if date2 falls entirely within the period represented by date1.
Examplesopen allclose all
Basic Examples (2)
Now falls within Today:
But it does not fall within Yesterday:
Test whether the current date is within the year 2017:
Test whether a date is within several dates:
Test whether several dates are within a given date:
Test for containment of several dates within several other dates:
Properties & Relations (3)
DateWithinQ will return True only if date2 is entirely contained within date1:
DateOverlapsQ can be used to test for partial containment:
If a date object is within another, their difference will be zero of the largest calendar granularity:
If a date object is within another, they cannot be compared because they overlap:
Introduced in 2017