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                <p>Next Monday: <span id="date"></span></p>
              
            
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JS

              
                /*!
 * Get the date for a specific day of the week
 * (c) 2021 Chris Ferdinandi, MIT License, https://gomakethings.com
 * @param  {String} dayName The day of the week (case-insensitive)
 * @return {Date}           The date object
 */
function getNextDay  (dayName) {

	// The current day
	let date = new Date();
	let now = date.getDay();

	// Days of the week
	let days = ['sunday', 'monday', 'tuesday', 'wednesday', 'thursday', 'friday', 'saturday'];

	// The index for the day you want
	let day = days.indexOf(dayName.toLowerCase());

	// Find the difference between the current day and the one you want
	// If it's the same day as today (or a negative number), jump to the next week
	let diff = day - now;
	diff = diff < 1 ? 7 + diff : diff;

	// Get the timestamp for the desired day
	let nextDayTimestamp = date.getTime() + (1000 * 60 * 60 * 24 * diff);

	// Get the next day
	return new Date(nextDayTimestamp);

}

let next = getNextDay('Monday');
console.log(next.getTime());
document.querySelector('#date').textContent = next;
              
            
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