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# Outside the model
year_list = 
for i in range(2016, 2036):
# Inside the model
month = fields.Selection([(1, 'January'), (2, 'February'), (3, 'March'), (4, 'April'),
(5, 'May'), (6, 'June'), (7, 'July'), (8, 'August'),
(9, 'September'), (10, 'October'), (11, 'November'), (12, 'December'), ],
year = fields.Selection(get_years(), string='Year',)
<label for="month" string="Month"
style="font-weight: bold !important;margin-right:107px;margin-left: 0px;"/>
<field name="month" style="width:110px"/>
<field name="year" style="width:110px;margin-left: 34px;"/>
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|Last updated: 11/26/16, 3:47 AM|