months() function in R Language is used to determine the month on a specific date passed to it as argument.
Syntax: months(date, abbreviate)
date: Date to be checked
abbreviate: Boolean value to abbreviate month
 "2020-06-23 UTC"  "June"
 "1994-01-17 UTC"  "Jan"
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