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DateTime extension method to give Week number

, 8 Sep 2011 CPOL
Here another approach taken from my article Time Period Library for .NET[^], which returns addditional the year of the week.// ------------------------------------------------------------------------public enum YearWeekType{ Calendar, Iso8601,} // enum YearWeekType //...

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14 Jul 2011
OriginalGriff
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Strangely, the .NET DateTime does not provide a Week Number. This extension rectifies this.
6 Sep 2011
Bib34770
What about that :CultureInfo.CurrentCulture.Calendar.GetWeekOfYear(pd_date, CalendarWeekRule.FirstFourDayWeek, DayOfWeek.Monday);
19 Jul 2011
Gustav Brock
There certainly is a direct method in .NET to obtain the ISO week number. However, it is buggy, as ISO week numbering has been from VB 3.0 and Access Basic (of Access 1.0) through VBA of Office 2016, and not resolved in .NET. Fortunately, a tiny test for week 53 will get it right.

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