B = month (1 = january, ..., 12 = december)
C7 to C5: day of the week (0 to 7, 0 = unspecified)
C4 to C0: day of the month (1 to 31)
DE = signed year number (relative to 0 A.D.).
B.C. years are negative.
OUT, if call successful:
Fc = 0
ABC = internal format date
OUT, if call failed:
Fc = 1, invalid date given
A = RC_SNTX, syntax error.
Registers changed after return:
For the "day of the week" parameter, 1 represents Monday, 2 Tuesday, etc. If you supply zero the routine will work out the day name for you. An invalid date error does not return an error code, just Fc=1.
A date is invalid if inconsistent, eg. you say it is Monday when it should be Tuesday, or if a parameter is out of range.
GN_Die, convert internal format date to zoned format
GN_Gdt, convert an ASCII string to an internal binary date
GN_Gmd, Get (read) machine date in internal format
GN_Pdt, write internal date as ASCII string
GN_Pmd, put (set) machine date