The powerful library for display and convert calendar and handle the date units.
This library will be release for C / C++.
- Convert calendar units and dates.
- Display the current date.
- Convert date to string date, alphabet.
- Detecting the day of the date.
- string display(dateDisplayType type)
- string format(string format)
- date convert(dateType target)
Example of the future:
date _date=Date(Date_Gregorian, 2019, 3, 4); print( _date.format("Date is %y/%m/%d.\n") );
Date Display Type
|DATE_COOKIE||HTTP Cookies||Friday, 12-Apr-13 15:52:01 UTC|
|DATE_RSS||RSS||Fri, 12 Aug 2013 15:52:01 +0000|
|DATE_W3C||World Wide Web Consortium||2013-04-12T15:52:01+00:00|
|DATE_RFC822||RFC 822||Fri, 12 Apr 13 15:52:01 +0000|
|DATE_RFC850||RFC 850||Friday, 12-Apr-13 15:52:01 UTC|
|DATE_RFC1036||RFC 1036||Fri, 12 Apr 13 15:52:01 +0000|
|DATE_RFC1123||RFC 1123||Fri, 12 Apr 2013 15:52:01 +0000|
|DATE_RFC2822||RFC 2822||Fri, 12 Apr 2013 15:52:01 +0000|
|DATE_RFC3339||Same as DATE_ATOM||2013-04-12T15:52:01+00:00|
|%d||The day of the month (from 01 to 31)|
|%D||A textual representation of a day (three letters)|
|%j||The day of the month without leading zeros (1 to 31)|
|%l (lowercase 'L')||A full textual representation of a day|
|%N||The ISO-8601 numeric representation of a day (1 for Monday, 7 for Sunday)|
|%S||The English ordinal suffix for the day of the month (2 characters st, nd, rd or th. Works well with j)|
|%w||A numeric representation of the day (0 for Sunday, 6 for Saturday)|
|%z||The day of the year (from 0 through 365)|
|%W||The ISO-8601 week number of year (weeks starting on Monday)|
|%F||A full textual representation of a month (January through December)|
|%m||A numeric representation of a month (from 01 to 12)|
|%M||A short textual representation of a month (three letters)|
|%n||A numeric representation of a month, without leading zeros (1 to 12)|
|%t||The number of days in the given month|
|%L||Whether it's a leap year (1 if it is a leap year, 0 otherwise)|
|%o||The ISO-8601 year number|
|%Y||A four digit representation of a year|
|%y||A two digit representation of a year|
|%a||Lowercase am or pm|
|%A||Uppercase AM or PM|
|%B||Swatch Internet time (000 to 999)|
|%g||12-hour format of an hour (1 to 12)|
|%G||24-hour format of an hour (0 to 23)|
|%h||12-hour format of an hour (01 to 12)|
|%H||24-hour format of an hour (00 to 23)|
|%i||Minutes with leading zeros (00 to 59)|
|%s||Seconds, with leading zeros (00 to 59)|
|%e||The timezone identifier (Examples: UTC, GMT, Atlantic/Azores)|
|%I (capital i)||Whether the date is in daylights savings time (1 if Daylight Savings Time, 0 otherwise)|
|%O||Difference to Greenwich time (GMT) in hours (Example: +0100)|
|%P||Difference to Greenwich time (GMT) in hours:minutes|
|%T||Timezone abbreviations (Examples: EST, MDT)|
|%Z||Timezone offset in seconds. The offset for timezones west of UTC is negative (-43200 to 50400)|
|%c||The ISO-8601 date (e.g. 2013-05-05T16:34:42+00:00)|
|%r||The RFC 2822 formatted date (e.g. Fri, 12 Apr 2013 12:01:05 +0200)|
|%U||The seconds since the Unix Epoch (January 1 1970 00:00:00 GMT)|
Supported Calendar Systems
View the full list at here.
According to Kambiz Asadzadeh, a CPP activist, there is a shortage of library for management and control over calendar and date, and the design of such a library can help a lot of developers in the world.
Given that I recently had a project for a company close to this, it was suggested to me to write such a library.
The developers are invited to develop this libraries in other languages such as Go, Rust, ...
CalendarLibrary is licensed under the GNU General Public License.