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Sets the numeric date of the Date object in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).
The numDate argument is a numeric value equal to the numeric date.
To set the date according to local time, use the setDate method.
If the value of numDate is greater than the number of days in the month stored in the Date object or is a negative number, the date is set to a date equal to numDate minus the number of days in the stored month. For example if the stored date is January 5, 1996, and setUTCDate(32) is called, the date changes to February 1, 1996. Negative numbers have a similar behavior.
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