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Move date utility functions to their own module #45

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  • Code cleanup / Refactoring
  • Documentation

Description

The APD module contained a lot of function related to date
manipulation. In an effort to make the code more readable, they were
moved into their own module.

The tests and the documentation were adjusted accordingly.

Checklist:

  • I have updated the documentation accordingly
  • I have written unit tests
@rgreinho rgreinho self-assigned this Feb 23, 2019
The APD module contained a lot of function related to date
manipulation. In an effort to make the code more readable, they were
moved into their own module.

The tests and the documentation were adjusted accordingly.
@rgreinho rgreinho force-pushed the better-dates branch from cf3a066 to 231613f Feb 23, 2019
@rgreinho rgreinho merged commit c3cf5b0 into master Feb 23, 2019
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