boost::locale::date_time_duration Class Reference

This class represents a period: a pair of two date_time objects. More...

#include <boost/locale/date_time.hpp>

Public Member Functions

 date_time_duration (date_time const &first, date_time const &second)
int get (period::period_type f) const
int operator/ (period::period_type f) const
date_time const & start () const
date_time const & end () const

Detailed Description

This class represents a period: a pair of two date_time objects.

It is generally used as syntactic sugar to calculate difference between two dates.

Note: it stores references to the original objects, so it is not recommended to be used outside of the equation you calculate the difference in.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

boost::locale::date_time_duration::date_time_duration ( date_time const &  first,
date_time const &  second 

Create an object were first represents earlier point on time line and second is later point.

Member Function Documentation

date_time const& boost::locale::date_time_duration::end ( ) const

Get ending point

int boost::locale::date_time_duration::get ( period::period_type  f) const

find a difference in terms of period_type f

int boost::locale::date_time_duration::operator/ ( period::period_type  f) const

Syntactic sugar for get(f)

date_time const& boost::locale::date_time_duration::start ( ) const

Get starting point

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