problem with weekday name

Hi friends,
My code is given below...it's displaying date & time of 3 different countries...my problem is with the 'weekday name' which is not correct...there is some problem in sequence of elements in weekday array...i.e.
var weekday=new Array("Sun","Mon","Tue","Wed","Thu","Fri","Sat")

urgent help needed...

Regards,
Meenakshi Dhar

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<%
Dim INDaspTime, USAaspTime, DENaspTime
INDaspTime = Now()
USAaspTime = DateAdd("n",-630,Now())
DENaspTime = DateAdd("n",-210,Now())
%>

<SCRIPT>
   var IndiaTime = new Date();
   var USATime = new Date();
   var DenmarkTime = new Date();

IndiaTime = TimeSetting(IndiaTime,<%=Day(INDaspTime)%>,<%=Month(INDaspTime)%>,<%=Year(INDaspTime)%>,<%=Hour(INDaspTime)%>,<%=Minute(INDaspTime)%>,<%=Second(INDaspTime)%>);
   
USATime = TimeSetting(USATime,<%=Day(USAaspTime)%>,<%=Month(USAaspTime)%>,<%=Year(USAaspTime)%>,<%=Hour(USAaspTime)%>,<%=Minute(USAaspTime)%>,<%=Second(USAaspTime)%>);

DenmarkTime = TimeSetting(DenmarkTime,<%=Day(DENaspTime)%>,<%=Month(DENaspTime)%>,<%=Year(DENaspTime)%>,<%=Hour(DENaspTime)%>,<%=Minute(DENaspTime)%>,<%=Second(DENaspTime)%>);

function TimeSetting(myDate,mDay,mMonth,mYear,mHour,mMinute,mSecond) {  
   myDate.setDate(mDay);
   myDate.setMonth(mMonth);
   myDate.setYear(mYear);
   myDate.setHours(mHour);
   myDate.setMinutes(mMinute);
   myDate.setSeconds(mSecond);
   return myDate;
}
function GetTimeString(mDate){
  var hours, minutes, seconds;
  var intHours, intMinutes, intSeconds;
  var vchday, vchmonth, vchyear;
  var vchdayname;      
  var weekday=new Array("Sun","Mon","Tue","Wed","Thu","Fri","Sat")
  var monthName=new Array("Dec","Jan","Feb","Mar","Apr","May","Jun","Jul","Aug","Sep","Oct","Nov")
 
  mDate.setSeconds(mDate.getSeconds()+1);

  vchday= mDate.getDate();
  vchmonth=monthName[mDate.getMonth()];
  vchyear=mDate.getFullYear();
  vchdayname=weekday[mDate.getDay()];
  intHours = mDate.getHours();
  intMinutes = mDate.getMinutes();
  intSeconds = mDate.getSeconds();
 
 
  hours = intHours+":";
  if (intHours < 10) {
     hours = "0"+intHours+":";
  } else {
     hours = intHours+":";
  }
  if (intMinutes < 10) {
     minutes = "0"+intMinutes+":";
  } else {
     minutes = intMinutes+":";
  }
  if (intSeconds < 10) {
     seconds = "0"+intSeconds+" ";
  } else {
     seconds = intSeconds+" ";
  }
 
  timestring=vchdayname+", "+vchmonth+" "+vchday+", "+vchyear+" "+hours+minutes+seconds;
  return timestring;
}        
function tick() {
  IndiaTimeDisplay.innerHTML = GetTimeString(IndiaTime);
  DenmarkTimeDisplay.innerHTML = GetTimeString(DenmarkTime);
  USATimeDisplay.innerHTML = GetTimeString(USATime);
  window.setTimeout("tick();", 1000);
}
</SCRIPT>

<table>
<tr>
<td>India&nbsp;&nbsp;<span class="3TimeDisplay" ID="IndiaTimeDisplay"></span></td>
<td>Denmark&nbsp;&nbsp;<span class="3TimeDisplay" ID="DenmarkTimeDisplay"></span></td>
<td>USA&nbsp;&nbsp;<span class="3TimeDisplay" ID="USATimeDisplay"></span></td>
</tr>
</table>

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fozyletCommented:
First of all, it is not necessary for you to create custom arrays for this purpose. There are built-in functions for the same.

MonthName(month[, abbreviate]) gives you the month name

i.e. MonthName(1,True) returns "Jan" and MonthName(1,False) returns "January" and so on.


WeekdayName(weekday, abbreviate, firstdayofweek) gives you weekday name.



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fozyletCommented:
MyDateName = WeekDayName(6, True)   ' MyDateName contains "Fri".
MyDateName = WeekDayName(6, False)   ' MyDateName contains "Friday".

firstdayofweek can be optionally specified to state that the week starts from some other date than the default system weekstart date. 1 to 7 starts the week from sun to sat respectively. if omitted or specified as 0 system default is taken.
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