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mcal_event_set_recur_monthly_mday — Set the stream's global event to recur monthly by day


void mcal_event_set_recur_monthly_mday(MCALconnection, year, month, day, interval);
int MCALconnection: An open MCAL connection
int year: The year the recurrence ends
int month: The month the recurrence ends
int day: The day the recurrence ends
int interval: The event will occur every interval months


FALSE on error, otherwise NULL


mcal_event_set_recur_monthly_mday() sets the stream's global event to recur every interval months on the same day. The day the event recurs on is the day of the month that the even starts on: if the event starts on January 30th, and interval is 1, then it will recur on the 30th of every month.


Except, of course, in February, which doesn't have a 30th, so it will be skipped. The event will not wrap around to the beginning of March.


PHP 3 since 3.0.13, PHP 4 since 4.0b4


Example 713. Setting an event to recur every month

$calendar = "{/mstore}<mycalendar>";
$MCALconnection = mcal_open($calendar, "username", "password");

// Set the event to recur every other month, ending on September 25th, 2005.
$recur_end_year = 2005;
$recur_end_month = MCAL_SEPTEMBER;
$recur_end_day = 25;
$interval = 1;
mcal_event_set_recur_monthly_mday($MCALconnection, $recur_end_year,
                                  $recur_end_month, $recur_end_day,

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