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Add `before?` and `after?` methods to date and time classes #32185
Equality comparisons between dates and times can take some extra time to comprehend. I tend to think of a date or time as "before" or "after" another date or time, but I naturally read
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Thanks for this context!
Regardless of the implementation, I think it's much easier to understand something like...
...at a glance, especially when dealing with many time comparisons or times that we've already performed some operations on. My argument is only based on my own experience though, so I can see how that might not meet the threshold of providing a "good reason."