Workdate objects allow date calculations to be
made on a calendar that considers workdays (also called "business days").
Built on top of the
Date datatype, it uses a calendar file to specify how
many days a workweek has and which days are to be considered holidays.
By default, the workweek is composed of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Saturday and Sunday form the weekend.
Although most countries have a Monday to Friday workweek, some have very different ones.
More information about workweeks can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workweek.
use v6; use Date::WorkdayCalendar; # construct a default workday calendar my $calendar = WorkdayCalendar.new; # work out the next workday away from the given date # 2016-11-18 is a Friday $calendar.workdays-away(Date.new('2016-11-18'), 1); # 2016-11-21 # construct a workday calendar from a file my $calendar-from-file = WorkdayCalendar.new('days.cal'); # create a workdate from a date string my $workdate = Workdate.new('2016-05-02'); # create a workdate from a Date object my $date = Date.new('2016-11-18'); my $workdate-from-date = Workdate.new($date); # is the day a workday? $workdate = Workdate.new('2016-11-18'); $workdate.is-workday; # True $workdate.is-weekend; # False $workdate.is-holiday; # False
Detailed documentation is available in the source code's POD.
Comments, ideas and issues can be submitted to the GitHub issue tracker or discussed on the #perl6 channel on irc.freenode.net.
zef install Date::WorkdayCalendar
To develop the code, clone the source code repository from GitHub:
git clone email@example.com:raku-community-modules/Date-WorkdayCalendar.git
To run the test suite on a local copy of the source code, use the following command:
prove -r --exec="raku -Ilib" t/
The original author of the module was shinobi firstname.lastname@example.org. The module is now maintained by The Raku Community.
Copyright and License
Copyright 2012-2013 shinobi email@example.com
Copyright 2014-2016 The Raku Community
This program is distributed under the terms of the Artistic License 2.0.
For further information, please see the LICENSE file or visit http://www.perlfoundation.org/attachment/legal/artistic-2_0.txt.