Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2004 SDK |

The **FpcDaysOfWeek** enumerated type contains bit values
that describe the days of the week.

typedef enum FpcDaysOfWeek { fpcNone

- fpcNone
- No day.

= 0x00000000, fpcSundayBit

- fpcSundayBit
- Sunday.

= 0x00000001, fpcMondayBit

- fpcMondayBit
- Monday.

= 0x00000002, fpcTuesdayBit

- fpcTuesdayBit
- Tuesday.

= 0x00000004, fpcWednesdayBit

- fpcWednesdayBit
- Wednesday.

= 0x00000008, fpcThursdayBit

- fpcThursdayBit
- Thursday.

= 0x00000010, fpcFridayBit

- fpcFridayBit
- Friday.

= 0x00000020, fpcSaturdayBit

- fpcSaturdayBit
- Saturday.

= 0x00000040 } FpcDaysOfWeek;

- fpcNone
- No day.
- fpcSundayBit
- Sunday.
- fpcMondayBit
- Monday.
- fpcTuesdayBit
- Tuesday.
- fpcWednesdayBit
- Wednesday.
- fpcThursdayBit
- Thursday.
- fpcFridayBit
- Friday.
- fpcSaturdayBit
- Saturday.

You can combine these bit values using the **Or**
operator to obtain a value that specifies two or more days of the
week. For example, combining the binary values for Sunday (1),
Tuesday (100), and Thursday (10000) results in the binary value
10101. The right bit represents Sunday, the next bit represents
Monday, and so on. Thus, the bits corresponding to Sunday, Tuesday,
and Thursday are set, while the bits corresponding to Monday and
Wednesday are not set. This binary value is equal to the
hexadecimal value 0x15 (which corresponds to the decimal value
21).

**Server:** Requires Windows Server 2003 or
Windows 2000.

**Version:** Requires Internet Security and Acceleration
Server 2004.

**Header:** Declared in Comenum.h.