MyApp.Cldr.DateTime.Format.date_time_formats

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date_time_formats(locale \\ MyApp.Cldr.get_locale(), calendar \\ Cldr.Calendar.default_cldr_calendar())

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Specs

date_time_formats(Cldr.Locale.locale_name() | Cldr.LanguageTag.t(), calendar()) ::
  {:ok, map()} | {:error, {module(), String.t()}}

Returns a map of the standard datetime formats for a given locale and calendar.

Arguments

Examples:

iex> Elixir.MyApp.Cldr.DateTime.Format.date_time_formats "en"
{:ok, %Cldr.DateTime.Styles{
  full: "{1} 'at' {0}",
  long: "{1} 'at' {0}",
  medium: "{1}, {0}",
  short: "{1}, {0}"
}}

iex> Elixir.MyApp.Cldr.DateTime.Format.date_time_formats "en", :buddhist
{:ok, %Cldr.DateTime.Styles{
  full: "{1} 'at' {0}",
  long: "{1} 'at' {0}",
  medium: "{1}, {0}",
  short: "{1}, {0}"
}}