|Class and Description|
A CalendarUnit represents a time interval whose duration is allowed to vary in order to adjust to Daylight Saving Time where needed.
DateTime provides an immutable representation of Date and Time to the nearest nanosecond.
Establish global defaults for shaping DateTime behavior.
DateTimeConfig has numerous values, some of which we want to control, sometimes making minor changes.
Duration is a fixed measurement of time.
This interface defines methods essential for global configuration of the DateTime object.
LocalConfig is a wrapper class providing a cheap equivalent to the global instance of DateTimeConfig with one or more methods (e.g.
This is a language-agnostic mapping of month abbreviations to month numbers
Shift describes an offset in time in terms of CalendarUnit increments of various proportions.
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