View Source Cldr.Calendar.Kday (Cldr Calendars v1.20.0)

Provide K-Day functions for Dates, DateTimes and NaiveDateTimes.

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Functions

Return the date of the first day_of_week on or after the specified date.

Return the date of the day_of_week after the specified date.

Return the date of the day_of_week before the specified date.

Return the date of the day_of_week nearest the specified date.

Return the date of the day_of_week on or after the specified date.

Return the date of the day_of_week on or before the specified date.

Return the date of the last day_of_week on or before the specified date.

Return the date of the nth day_of_week on or before/after the specified date.

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@spec first_kday(Calendar.day() | Date.t(), Cldr.Calendar.day_of_week()) ::
  Calendar.day() | Date.t()

Return the date of the first day_of_week on or after the specified date.

arguments

Arguments

  • date is %Date{}, a %DateTime{}, %NaiveDateTime{} or ISO days since epoch.

  • k is an integer day of the week.

returns

Returns

  • A %Date{”} in the calendar of the date provided as an argument

examples

Examples

# US election day
iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.first_kday(~D[2017-11-02], 2)
~D[2017-11-07]

# US Daylight savings end
iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.first_kday(~D[2017-11-01], 7)
~D[2017-11-05]
@spec kday_after(Calendar.day() | Date.t(), Cldr.Calendar.day_of_week()) ::
  Calendar.day() | Date.t()

Return the date of the day_of_week after the specified date.

arguments

Arguments

  • date is %Date{}, a %DateTime{}, %NaiveDateTime{} or ISO days since epoch.

  • k is an integer day of the week.

returns

Returns

  • A %Date{} in the calendar of the date provided as an argument

examples

Examples

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_after(~D[2016-02-29], 2)
~D[2016-03-01]

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_after(~D[2017-11-30], 1)
~D[2017-12-04]

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_after(~D[2017-06-30], 6)
~D[2017-07-01]

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_after(~D[2021-03-28], 7)
~D[2021-04-04]
@spec kday_before(Calendar.day() | Date.t(), Cldr.Calendar.day_of_week()) ::
  Calendar.day() | Date.t()

Return the date of the day_of_week before the specified date.

arguments

Arguments

  • date is %Date{}, a %DateTime{}, %NaiveDateTime{} or a Rata Die

  • k is an integer day of the week.

returns

Returns

  • A %Date{} in the calendar of the date provided as an argument

examples

Examples

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_before(~D[2016-02-29], 2)
~D[2016-02-23]

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_before(~D[2017-11-30], 1)
~D[2017-11-27]

# 6 means Saturday.  Use either the integer value or the atom form.
iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_before(~D[2017-06-30], 6)
~D[2017-06-24]
@spec kday_nearest(Calendar.day() | Date.t(), Cldr.Calendar.day_of_week()) ::
  Calendar.day() | Date.t()

Return the date of the day_of_week nearest the specified date.

arguments

Arguments

  • date is %Date{}, a %DateTime{}, %NaiveDateTime{} or a Rata Die

  • k is an integer day of the week.

returns

Returns

  • A %Date{} in the calendar of the date provided as an argument

examples

Examples

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_nearest(~D[2016-02-29], 2)
~D[2016-03-01]

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_nearest(~D[2017-11-30], 1)
~D[2017-11-27]

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_nearest(~D[2017-06-30], 6)
~D[2017-07-01]
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kday_on_or_after(date, k)

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@spec kday_on_or_after(Calendar.day() | Date.t(), Cldr.Calendar.day_of_week()) ::
  Calendar.day() | Date.t()

Return the date of the day_of_week on or after the specified date.

arguments

Arguments

  • date is %Date{}, a %DateTime{}, %NaiveDateTime{} or a Rata Die

  • k is an integer day of the week.

returns

Returns

  • A %Date{} in the calendar of the date provided as an argument

examples

Examples

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_on_or_after(~D[2016-02-29], 2)
~D[2016-03-01]

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_on_or_after(~D[2017-11-30], 1)
~D[2017-12-04]

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_on_or_after(~D[2017-06-30], 6)
~D[2017-07-01]
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kday_on_or_before(date, k)

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@spec kday_on_or_before(Calendar.day() | Date.t(), Cldr.Calendar.day_of_week()) ::
  Calendar.day() | Date.t()

Return the date of the day_of_week on or before the specified date.

arguments

Arguments

  • date is %Date{}, a %DateTime{}, %NaiveDateTime{} or a Rata Die

  • k is an integer day of the week.

returns

Returns

  • A %Date{} in the calendar of the date provided as an argument

examples

Examples

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_on_or_before(~D[2016-02-29], 2)
~D[2016-02-23]

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_on_or_before(~D[2017-11-30], 1)
~D[2017-11-27]

iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.kday_on_or_before(~D[2017-06-30], 6)
~D[2017-06-24]
@spec last_kday(Calendar.day() | Date.t(), Cldr.Calendar.day_of_week()) ::
  Calendar.day() | Date.t()

Return the date of the last day_of_week on or before the specified date.

arguments

Arguments

  • date is %Date{}, a %DateTime{}, %NaiveDateTime{} or ISO days since epoch.

  • k is an integer day of the week.

returns

Returns

  • A %Date{} in the calendar of the date provided as an argument

example

Example

# Memorial Day in the US
iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.last_kday(~D[2017-05-31], 1)
~D[2017-05-29]

Return the date of the nth day_of_week on or before/after the specified date.

arguments

Arguments

  • date is %Date{}, a %DateTime{}, %NaiveDateTime{} or ISO days since epoch.

  • n is the cardinal number of k before (negative n) or after (positive n) the specified date

  • k is an integer day of the week.

returns

Returns

  • A %Date{} in the calendar of the date provided as an argument

examples

Examples

# Thanksgiving in the US
iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.nth_kday(~D[2017-11-01], 4, 4)
~D[2017-11-23]

# Labor day in the US
iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.nth_kday(~D[2017-09-01], 1, 1)
~D[2017-09-04]

# Daylight savings time starts in the US
iex> Cldr.Calendar.Kday.nth_kday(~D[2017-03-01], 2, 7)
~D[2017-03-12]