Available on all platforms
The DateTools class contains some extra functionalities for handling
Date instances and timestamps.
In the context of Haxe dates, a timestamp is defined as the number of milliseconds elapsed since 1st January 1970.
Converts a number of days to a timestamp.
Returns the result of adding timestamp
t to Date
This is a convenience function for calling
Date.fromTime(d.getTime() + t).
Format the date
d according to the format
f. The format is compatible with the
strftime standard format, except that there is no support in Flash and JS for day and months names (due to lack of proper internationalization API). On Haxe/Neko/Windows, some formats are not supported.
var t = DateTools.format(Date.now(), "%Y-%m-%d_%H:%M:%S"); // 2016-07-08_14:44:05 var t = DateTools.format(Date.now(), "%r"); // 02:44:05 PM var t = DateTools.format(Date.now(), "%T"); // 14:44:05 var t = DateTools.format(Date.now(), "%F"); // 2016-07-08
Returns the number of days in the month of Date
This method handles leap years.
Converts a number of hours to a timestamp.
Build a date-time from several components
Available on php, js, cpp, python, flash
Retrieve Unix timestamp value from Date components. Takes same argument sequence as the Date constructor.
Converts a number of minutes to a timestamp.
Separate a date-time into several components
Converts a number of seconds to a timestamp.
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