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npm install chrono
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Allows formatting of time in a
strftime style, but with syntax taken from PHP's
date function. It implements pretty much all of the tokens from PHP's
date function, except for B (Swatch internet time) and e (Content/City timezone identifier). You can escape characters with a
\ (remember to encode the
\ in a string as well). All other characters will be printed as they appear in the format string.
timezone parameter specifies the time zone to be used. The values allowed are the same as for
Date.prototype.setTimezone(). If no value is specified, the Date object's internal time zone will be used.
The function returns a string with the tokens replaced with the Date object's information.
new Date().format('d.m.Y H:i:s', 'CET'); returns
19.10.2010 15:48:20 (in CET, without regard to DST).
Returns true if the Date object's UTC date is in a leap year.
Returns the ISO-8601 week number of the year, using the Date object's UTC date.
Returns the ISO-8601 year, using the Date object's UTC date. This is generally the same as the Gregorian year, but may sometimes deviate at the beginning or end of the year. It is commonly used in conjunction with the ISO-8601 week number.
Returns the number of days in the Date object's UTC date's month.
Returns the day of the year of the Date object's UTC date.
Returns the time zone acronym of the Date object's timezone.
'+0200' for UTC + 2 hours. Common time zone shortcuts like
'PST' also work.
Tests can be run with
make test after installing Expresso.
make test-cov reports test coverage.