@pagefreq |

Frequency of the current workfile page.

Syntax: @pagefreq

Return: string

Returns a string containing the frequency of the active page:

“Sec”, “5Sec”, “15Sec”, “30Sec” | Seconds in intervals of: 1, 5, 15, or 30 seconds, respectively, with optionally specified days of the week and start and end times during the day appended in parentheses. |

“Min”, “2Min”, “5Min”, “10Min”, “15Min”, “20Min”, “30Min” | Minutes in intervals of: 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 20, or 30 minutes, respectively, with optionally specified days of the week and start and end times during the day appended in parentheses. |

“H”, “2H”, “4H”, “6H”, “8H”, “12H” | Hours in intervals of: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, or 12 hours, respectively.with optionally specified days of the week and start and end times during the day appended in parentheses. |

“D(s, e)” | Daily with arbitrary days of the week. Specify the first and last days of the week with integers s and e, where Monday is given the number 1 and Sunday is given the number 7. |

“D5” | Daily with five days per week, Monday through Friday. |

“D7” | Daily with seven days per week. |

“W” | Weekly |

“T” | Ten-day (daily in intervals of ten). |

“F” | Fortnight |

“BM” | Bimonthly |

“M” | Monthly |

“Q” | Quarterly |

“S” | Semi-annual |

“A” | Annual |

“2Y”, “3Y”, “4Y”, “5Y”, “6Y”, “7Y”, “8Y”, “9Y”, “10Y”, “20Y” | Multi-year in intervals of: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, or 20 years, respectively. |

Examples

The command

string frq = @pagefreq

saves the frequency string in the string object FRQ.

The program commands

%frq = @pagefreq

pagecreate(page="newpage") {%frq} 2015 2023

extracts a string with the frequency of the active workfile page, then uses the frequency information to create a new page named “Newpage” with observations from 2015 to 2023 using the same frequency.

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