|Change||Called when the date property is changed.|
date DAY, MONTH, YEAR Accepts three integers in format of localtime. DAY can be from 1 to 31, MONTH from 0 to 11, YEAR from 0 to 199.
Default value: todays date.
day INTEGER Selects the day in month. firstDayOfWeek INTEGER Selects the first day of week, an integer between 0 and 6, where 0 is Sunday is the first day, 1 is Monday etc.
Default value: 0
month Selects the month. useLocale BOOLEAN If 1, the locale-specific names of months and days of week are used. These are read by calling POSIX::strftime. If invocation of POSIX module fails, the property is automatically assigned to 0.
If 0, the English names of months and days of week are used.
Default value: 1
See also: date_as_string
year Selects the year.
can_use_locale Returns boolean value, whether the locale information can be retrieved by calling strftime. month2str MONTH Returns MONTH name according to useLocale value. make_months Returns array of 12 month names according to useLocale value. day_of_week DAY, MONTH, YEAR, [ USE_FIRST_DAY_OF_WEEK = 1 ] Returns integer value, from 0 to 6, of the day of week on DAY, MONTH, YEAR date. If boolean USE_FIRST_DAY_OF_WEEK is set, the value of firstDayOfWeek property is taken into the account, so 0 is a Sunday shifted forward by firstDayOfWeek days.
The switch from Julian to Gregorian calendar is ignored.
date_as_string [ DAY, MONTH, YEAR ] Returns string representation of date on DAY, MONTH, YEAR according to useLocale property value. date_from_time SEC, MIN, HOUR, M_DAY, MONTH, YEAR, ... Copies date from localtime or gmtime result. This helper method allows the following syntax:
$calendar-> date_from_time( localtime( time));
Dmitry Karasik, <email@example.com>.
|perl v5.20.3||PRIMA::CALENDAR (3)||2015-11-18|