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Time and date - 3.6
To use TimeHelper functions outside a view, use the time class: ; : :: Everything you can do with Chronos and DateTime, you can do with Time and Date. Possible ways to generate time instances are:; // Generate a time instance from a given character sequence date-time;:::'Y-m-d H:i:s','America/New_York' );::: ); // Get the actual time; ::...:
or simply use'new''2014-01-10 11:11','America/New_York' );'2 Hours ago'); The time domain builder can take any of the parameters that the DateTime PHP family can. If a number or wildcard is passed, it is considered a UNIX time stamp. Fix the time. Once it has been generated, you can modify time instances using the setters method : ::
You can also use the techniques provided by PHP's built-in DateTime class: ( );; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;'Europe/Paris' ; This mode will set the standard file size used when translating an item to json: HH:mm:ss' );::'yyyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss' );::'yyyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss' );::'yyyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss' ); This mode must be invoked static.
One very frequent thing that has to do with time instances is the printing of reformatted data. 2014-10-31 00:00:00:00''yyyyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss'); It is possible to specify the required output size for the character strings to be used.
It is also possible to reformat data with non-Regorian calendars: Printing a pre-defined'nice' format:::'2014-10-31' ); (); you can change the time zone in which the date is shown without changing the time objects themselves. It is useful if you want to save data in a time zone but want to view it in a user's own time zone::::,'Europe/Paris'); if you leave the first argument as zero, the standard style is used:'Europe/Paris'); if you leave the first argument as zero, the standard style is used:
However, you can change this standard at runtime::::'es-ES' );:::'es-ES' );::'es-ES' );:::'es-ES' );::'es-ES' ); From now on, the date times are shown in the prefered language unless another language is specified directly in the programming language. It is also possible to change the standard character set for i18nFormat: ::: :: :: :: ); :: ::: ); :: ); :: ); ::: :: ); ::: :::, ::::
The following is a list of the available date formats: ]);:::'yyyyyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss'); It is always advisable to use the constant instead of directly specifying a date form character chain. 22. August 2011' );'Format'''MMM d, YYY','End'''+1 Year'); With the end options you can specify which formatting should be applied to which time period.
Using the precision options, we can specify which degree of detail to use for each intervall range: "precision", "month", "month", "month", "end", "1 year", "1 year", "1 year"); // "before one month" spending By adjusting the precision to a value of a ring, you can specify the amount of detail you want to output: +23 hours' ); // Issues'in about one day''Accuracy''Day' ]); Once generated, you can translate time instances into time stamps or quarterly values:
2014-06-15' ); (); (); (); (); You can make various comparisons between a time entity and the present: 2014-06-15' ); (); (); (); (); (); (); (); (); Each of the above method returns truth/wrong depending on whether the time authority corresponds to the current one or not. WhatWithinLast () and isWithinNext() allow you to see if a time entity drops within a certain range:'2014-06-15' ); // Within 2 workdays.
2 weeks'); you can also make a comparison of a time entity within a historical area: One of the major differences between time and date is that date does not follow time component and is always in ATC. Use the following code: ;'2015-06-15 08:23:45' );'+2 hours' ); ); ); ); // Issue here is not known.
reordered, or if another function has modified, the result could be unpredictable. Our object's variability provides a link in time. Using fixed items, we could prevent this problem: ;'2015-06-15 08:23:45' );'+2 hours' ); ); ); ); // // edition here is known.
No-change data and time are useful in entity names as they avoid unintentional changes and enforce changes to be explicitly. The use of fixed items assists your organization in tracking changes more effectively and ensuring that date and date column are properly persisted: +1 hour'); // The replacement of the time item saves the attribute.
1 hour'); If you are writing text entries that tamper with data, you will probably want to take and analyze them. Refer to Parsing Locallyized Date-time Data.