ProgramixGenericLib v5.0.1

Uses of Package
com.programix.time

Packages that use com.programix.time
com.programix.time Various containers and tools for dealing with dates and times (including parsing and formatting). 
com.programix.value The Value framework for encapsulating "values" generically in a way that they can be coerced into other types. 
 

Classes in com.programix.time used by com.programix.time
DateTime
          Immutable encapsulation of a date and time as the number of milliseconds that has elapsed since January 1, 1970 00:00:00.000 in the UTC timezone.
DateTimeException
          Thrown to signal a problem processing a DateTime.
DateTimeField
          Used to specify a field in a date/time for the Gregorian calendar.
DateTimeFormat
          Used to specify the format for a date/time for the Gregorian calendar.
DateTimeRange
          Immutable encapsulation of a period of time as expressed by a starting DateTime and an ending DateTime.
DateTools.TimeSource
          Used to specify the source to use for milliseconds since Jan 1, 1970.
DayOfWeek
          An enumeration of the days of the week in the Gregorian calendar and the US English language.
PlainDate
          This class represents a simple calendar date without any time components and without any sense of a time zone.
PlainDateException
          Thrown to signal a problem processing a PlainDate.
PlainDateRange
          Immutable encapsulation of a period of time as expressed by a starting PlainDate and an ending PlainDate.
 

Classes in com.programix.time used by com.programix.value
DateTime
          Immutable encapsulation of a date and time as the number of milliseconds that has elapsed since January 1, 1970 00:00:00.000 in the UTC timezone.
PlainDate
          This class represents a simple calendar date without any time components and without any sense of a time zone.
 


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