NAME
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Interval - a DateTime that has intervals
SYNOPSIS
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use Interval;
my $a = Interval.new(2020,1,1,0,0,0); # from 2020, interval of 1 hour
say $a; # 2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
$a++; # 2020-01-01T01:00:00Z # one hour later
say $a.seconds; # 3600
my $b = Interval[60].new(time); # from now, interval of 1 minute
say $b; # 2020-04-03T11:42:09Z
$b += 10;
say $b; # 2020-04-03T11:52:09Z # ten minutes later
DESCRIPTION
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The `Interval` class is a parameterizable subclass of `DateTime` that incorporates interval information (in seconds), and the `.succ` and `.pred` methods, which allow it to be used as endpoints in `Range` (aka `..`) or series (aka `...`). Or allow it to be incremented or decremented to get to after the interval. Or add / subtract a given number of intervals.
The parameterization value is in seconds and defaults to `3600`, aka 1 hour.
METHODS
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succ
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Produces the "next" `Interval` object.
pred
----
Produces the "previous" `Interval` object.
seconds
-------
Returns the number of seconds of the interval.
OPERATORS
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infix:<+>
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my $b = Interval[60].new(time); # from now, interval of 1 minute
say $b; # 2020-04-03T11:42:09Z
$b += 10;
say $b; # 2020-04-03T11:52:09Z # ten minutes later
Allows adding a number of steps of the interval;
infix:<->
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Allows subtracting a number of steps of the interval;
AUTHOR
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Elizabeth Mattijsen
Source can be located at: https://github.com/lizmat/Interval . Comments and Pull Requests are welcome.
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
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Copyright 2020 Elizabeth Mattijsen
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the Artistic License 2.0.