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Zoho Deluge: Today, Tomorrow, Day After but Skip Sunday

A very quick article with a snippet of code to get today's date, tomorrow's, and the day after's but it has to skip Sundays.

Wanting to create a schedule for availability over the next few days which needs to dynamically change. I am aware of the function .addBusinessDay() but that excludes Saturdays which my client still works on.

We're going to get today's date, then use the .addDay(), check none of these are a Sunday, and move the next few days along:
thisDate = '2021-10-30';
v_Today = thisDate;
v_Tomorrow = v_Today.addDay(1);
v_NextDay = v_Today.addDay(2);
	v_Today = v_Today.addDay(1);
	v_Tomorrow = v_Tomorrow.addDay(1);
	v_NextDay = v_NextDay.addDay(1);
	v_Tomorrow = v_Tomorrow.addDay(1);
	v_NextDay = v_NextDay.addDay(1);
	v_NextDay = v_NextDay.addDay(1);
info v_Today.toString("EEEE dd-MMM-yy");
info v_Tomorrow.toString("EEEE dd-MMM-yy");
info v_NextDay.toString("EEEE dd-MMM-yy");
// yields: 
// Saturday 30-Oct-21
// Monday 01-Nov-21
// Tuesday 02-Nov-21
  1.  thisDate = '2021-10-30'
  2.  v_Today = thisDate; 
  3.  v_Tomorrow = v_Today.addDay(1)
  4.  v_NextDay = v_Today.addDay(2)
  5.  if(v_Today.getDayOfWeek()==1) 
  6.  { 
  7.      v_Today = v_Today.addDay(1)
  8.      v_Tomorrow = v_Tomorrow.addDay(1)
  9.      v_NextDay = v_NextDay.addDay(1)
  10.  } 
  11.  // 
  12.  if(v_Tomorrow.getDayOfWeek()==1) 
  13.  { 
  14.      v_Tomorrow = v_Tomorrow.addDay(1)
  15.      v_NextDay = v_NextDay.addDay(1)
  16.  } 
  17.  // 
  18.  if(v_NextDay.getDayOfWeek()==1) 
  19.  { 
  20.      v_NextDay = v_NextDay.addDay(1)
  21.  } 
  22.  info v_Today.toString("EEEE dd-MMM-yy")
  23.  info v_Tomorrow.toString("EEEE dd-MMM-yy")
  24.  info v_NextDay.toString("EEEE dd-MMM-yy")
  25.  // 
  26.  // yields: 
  27.  // Saturday 30-Oct-21 
  28.  // Monday 01-Nov-21 
  29.  // Tuesday 02-Nov-21 

Note that Sunday is day of week 1.

Here's the English ordinal bit I used:
m_Ordinals = {1:"st",21:"st",31:"st",2:"nd",22:"nd",3:"rd",23:"rd"}; 
v_Day3_Ordinal = ifnull(m_Ordinals.get(v_NextDay.toString("d").toLong()),"th");
  1.  m_Ordinals = {1:"st",21:"st",31:"st",2:"nd",22:"nd",3:"rd",23:"rd"}
  2.  v_Day3_Ordinal = ifnull(m_Ordinals.get(v_NextDay.toString("d").toLong()),"th")
Then in my HTML table, I can use the headers:
v_Day1_Header = "<p>Today<br /><b>" + v_Today.toString("EEEE") + "</b><br />" + v_Today.toString("MMMM") + "</p>";
v_Day2_Header = "<p>Tomorrow<br /><b>" + v_Tomorrow.toString("EEEE") + "</b><br />" + v_Tomorrow.toString("MMMM") + "</p>";
v_Day3_Header = "<p>" + v_NextDay.toString("d") + v_Day3_Ordinal + "<br /><b>" + v_NextDay.toString("EEEE") + "</b><br />" + v_NextDay.toString("MMMM") + "</p>";
  1.  v_Day1_Header = "<p>Today<br /><b>" + v_Today.toString("EEEE") + "</b><br />" + v_Today.toString("MMMM") + "</p>"
  2.  v_Day2_Header = "<p>Tomorrow<br /><b>" + v_Tomorrow.toString("EEEE") + "</b><br />" + v_Tomorrow.toString("MMMM") + "</p>"
  3.  v_Day3_Header = "<p>" + v_NextDay.toString("d") + v_Day3_Ordinal + "<br /><b>" + v_NextDay.toString("EEEE") + "</b><br />" + v_NextDay.toString("MMMM") + "</p>"
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