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Implements functions to return intervals and compare date intervals.

In particular it provides functions which return an interval (as a Date.Range.t) for years, quarters, months, weeks and days.

In general, the intervals created with the packaage calendar_interval are to be preferred since they can used over different time precisions whereas the functions in this module are all intervals of a day. In order to be used with ex_cldr_calendars, version "~> 0.2" of calendar_interval is required.

Note however that as of release 0.2, calendar_interval does not support intervals of quarters or weeks.

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Functions

Compare two date ranges.

Returns a Date.Range.t that represents the day.

Returns a Date.Range.t that represents the year.

Returns a Date.Range.t that represents the quarter.

Returns a Date.Range.t that represents the year.

Returns a Date.Range.t that represents the year.

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@spec compare(range_1 :: Date.Range.t(), range_2 :: Date.Range.t()) ::
  Cldr.Calendar.interval_relation()

Compare two date ranges.

Uses Allen's Interval Algebra to return one of 13 different relationships:

RelationConverse
:precedes:preceded_by
:meets:met_by
:overlaps:overlapped_by
:finished_by:finishes
:contains:during
:starts:started_by
:equals:equals

arguments

Arguments

  • range_1 is a Date.Range.t

  • range_2 is a Date.Range.t

returns

Returns

An atom representing the relationship between the two ranges.

examples

Examples

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.compare Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day(~D[2019-01-01]),
...> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day(~D[2019-01-02])
:meets

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.compare Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day(~D[2019-01-01]),
...> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day(~D[2019-01-03])
:precedes

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.compare Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day(~D[2019-01-03]),
...> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day(~D[2019-01-01])
:preceded_by

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.compare Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day(~D[2019-01-02]),
...> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day(~D[2019-01-01])
:met_by

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.compare Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day(~D[2019-01-02]),
...> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day(~D[2019-01-02])
:equals
@spec day(Date.t()) :: Date.Range.t()

Returns a Date.Range.t that represents the day.

The range is enumerable.

arguments

Arguments

returns

Returns

  • A Date.Range.t() representing the the enumerable days in the week

examples

Examples

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day 2019, 52, Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.US
Date.range(~D[2019-02-21 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.US], ~D[2019-02-21 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.US])

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day 2019, 92, Cldr.Calendar.NRF
Date.range(~D[2019-W14-1 Cldr.Calendar.NRF], ~D[2019-W14-1 Cldr.Calendar.NRF])

Cldr.Calendar.Interval.day 2019, 8, Cldr.Calendar.ISOWeek
#Date.range(%Date{calendar: Cldr.Calendar.ISOWeek, day: 1, month: 2, year: 2019}, %Date{calendar: Cldr.Calendar.ISOWeek, day: 1, month: 2, year: 2019})
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day(year, day, calendar \\ Cldr.Calendar.Gregorian)

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@spec month(Date.t()) :: Date.Range.t()

Returns a Date.Range.t that represents the year.

The range is enumerable.

arguments

Arguments

returns

Returns

  • A Date.Range.t() representing the the enumerable days in the month

examples

Examples

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.month 2019, 3, Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.UK
Date.range(~D[2019-03-01 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.UK], ~D[2019-03-30 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.UK])

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.month 2019, 3, Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.US
Date.range(~D[2019-03-01 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.US], ~D[2019-03-31 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.US])
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month(year, month, calendar \\ Cldr.Calendar.Gregorian)

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@spec quarter(Date.t()) :: Date.Range.t()

Returns a Date.Range.t that represents the quarter.

The range is enumerable.

arguments

Arguments

returns

Returns

  • A Date.Range.t() representing the the enumerable days in the quarter

examples

Examples

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.quarter 2019, 2, Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.UK
Date.range(~D[2019-04-01 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.UK], ~D[2019-06-30 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.UK])

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.quarter 2019, 2, Cldr.Calendar.ISOWeek
Date.range(~D[2019-W14-1 Cldr.Calendar.ISOWeek], ~D[2019-W26-7 Cldr.Calendar.ISOWeek])
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quarter(year, quarter, calendar \\ Cldr.Calendar.Gregorian)

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@spec week(Date.t()) :: Date.Range.t()

Returns a Date.Range.t that represents the year.

The range is enumerable.

arguments

Arguments

returns

Returns

  • A Date.Range.t() representing the the enumerable days in the week or

  • {:error, :not_defined} if the calendar does not support the concept of weeks

examples

Examples

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.week 2019, 52, Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.US
Date.range(~D[2019-12-22 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.US], ~D[2019-12-28 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.US])

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.week 2019, 52, Cldr.Calendar.NRF
Date.range(~D[2019-W52-1 Cldr.Calendar.NRF], ~D[2019-W52-7 Cldr.Calendar.NRF])

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.week 2019, 52, Cldr.Calendar.ISOWeek
Date.range(~D[2019-W52-1 Cldr.Calendar.ISOWeek], ~D[2019-W52-7 Cldr.Calendar.ISOWeek])

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.week 2019, 52, Cldr.Calendar.Julian
{:error, :not_defined}
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week(year, week, calendar \\ Cldr.Calendar.Gregorian)

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@spec year(Date.t()) :: Date.Range.t()

Returns a Date.Range.t that represents the year.

The range is enumerable.

arguments

Arguments

returns

Returns

  • A Date.Range.t() representing the the enumerable days in the year

examples

Examples

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.year 2019, Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.UK
Date.range(~D[2019-01-01 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.UK], ~D[2019-12-31 Cldr.Calendar.Fiscal.UK])

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Interval.year 2019, Cldr.Calendar.NRF
Date.range(~D[2019-W01-1 Cldr.Calendar.NRF], ~D[2019-W52-7 Cldr.Calendar.NRF])
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year(year, calendar \\ Cldr.Calendar.Gregorian)

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