The Datetime Constructor block is located in the data statements drawer of the Blawx toolbox, in the date sub-drawer.
The Datetime Constructor block is used to generate a datetime value dynamically.
The datetime constructor block is a value block that returns a value of type datetime. It can be used anywhere that a datetime value block can be used.
It accepts six inputs, each of which must be a number or a variable. For the datetime to be valid, the year must be an integer, month must be an integer between 1 and 12, day must be a valid integer between 1 and 31, hours must be an integer between 0 and 23, minutes must be an integer between 0 and 59, and seconds must be a non-negative number less than 60.
While the datetime value block will prevent you from entering invalid months (like 13) and invalid days (like 40), the datetime constructor block cannot. If you are using number value blocks in all six inputs of the date constructor block (you are not using any variables), it is a better practice to use the datetime value block instead.