Difference between revisions of "Comparing time value formats"

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'''[[Phonebot_developer%27s_reference/Object_reference#Datetime|Datetime]] object'''
 
'''[[Phonebot_developer%27s_reference/Object_reference#Datetime|Datetime]] object'''
  
The <code>add_duration()</code> method takes a parameter that represents a duration in a single unit of time.
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The <code>add_duration()</code> method takes a parameter that represents a duration in a single unit of time as <code>DURATION[y|M|d|h|m|s]</code>.
 
 
DURATION[y|M|d|h|m|s]
 
  
 
The <code>format()</code> method takes a parameter that uses the Java [http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/i18n/format/simpleDateFormat.html#datepattern date format pattern syntax].
 
The <code>format()</code> method takes a parameter that uses the Java [http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/i18n/format/simpleDateFormat.html#datepattern date format pattern syntax].

Revision as of 23:26, 20 June 2012

Datetime object

The add_duration() method takes a parameter that represents a duration in a single unit of time as DURATION[y|M|d|h|m|s].

The format() method takes a parameter that uses the Java date format pattern syntax.

The format_difference() method formats the datetime value as HH:mm:ss.

Services

The sensor service minimum_update property takes an integer value in milliseconds.

The timer service duration property takes a value formatted as h:m:s, m:s, or s.