Day limited in payment terms

Hello All,
Can anyone please let me know the meaning and usage of "Day Limit" with a business example please.
Thank you,
Srinivas

Day of the month up until which the corresponding terms are valid.
     For terms of payment which depend on whether or not the baseline date is after or before the 15th of the month, you can define a two-part payment term under the same terms of payment key. The terms of payment key is expanded by the day limit entered here. Thus there are two entries in which different terms can be specified.
Example
     The following terms of payment require you to enter a day limit:
     o  Documents with an invoice date on or before the 15th of the month are
        payable on the last day of the next month
     o  Documents with an invoice date after the 15th of the month are payable
        on the 15th of the month after the next month.
Regards,
Viswa

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