The Date class

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  • Date: Stores time as number of days since UNIX epoch on 1970-01-01. with negative values for earlier dates.
  • It is represented as an integer (however, it is not enforced in the internal representation)
  • They are always printed following the rules of the current Gregorian calendar, even though the calendar was not in use a long time ago.
  • It doesn't keep track of timezones, so it should not be used to truncate the time out of POSIXct or POSIXlt objects.
  • sys.Date() returns an object of class Date

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