A Date Picker using JavaScript with demo

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A Date Picker using JavaScript with demo

Here we go to create JavaScript code for A Date Picker

Step 1:
Create Files date.php

Step 2:
Create dateui.js file


      The function isLeapYear(year) returns true if year is a leap year.
      The function getDaysInMonth(year, month) returns the number of days in the given month (1-12) of the year (4-digit). Take note that JavaScript represents a month in the range of 0-11 (for Jan to Dec), instead of 1-12.
      The function getDayInWeek(year, month, day) returns the day of the week (Sunday to Saturday). It constructs a built-in object Date with the given year, month and day, and use the getDay() function of the Date object to obtain the day of the week in the range of 0-6.

Step 3:
Create datepicker.js file

The form consists of 5 input elements: a text field for the year, pull-down menus for month and day, a read-only text field for the day of the week, and a button to set the display to today. When the page is first loaded, the current date is display. If you change the year, month or day, the day of the week changes. If you change the year or month, the options in day adjust automatically, e.g., there are 28/29 days in Feb for non-leap and leap years.

Enjoy the code here

Demo Here –

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