Trait chrono::offset::TimeZone

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pub trait TimeZone: Sized + Clone {
    type Offset: Offset;

Show 21 methods // Required methods fn from_offset(offset: &Self::Offset) -> Self; fn offset_from_local_date( &self, local: &NaiveDate ) -> LocalResult<Self::Offset>; fn offset_from_local_datetime( &self, local: &NaiveDateTime ) -> LocalResult<Self::Offset>; fn offset_from_utc_date(&self, utc: &NaiveDate) -> Self::Offset; fn offset_from_utc_datetime(&self, utc: &NaiveDateTime) -> Self::Offset; // Provided methods fn ymd(&self, year: i32, month: u32, day: u32) -> Date<Self> { ... } fn ymd_opt( &self, year: i32, month: u32, day: u32 ) -> LocalResult<Date<Self>> { ... } fn yo(&self, year: i32, ordinal: u32) -> Date<Self> { ... } fn yo_opt(&self, year: i32, ordinal: u32) -> LocalResult<Date<Self>> { ... } fn isoywd(&self, year: i32, week: u32, weekday: Weekday) -> Date<Self> { ... } fn isoywd_opt( &self, year: i32, week: u32, weekday: Weekday ) -> LocalResult<Date<Self>> { ... } fn timestamp(&self, secs: i64, nsecs: u32) -> DateTime<Self> { ... } fn timestamp_opt( &self, secs: i64, nsecs: u32 ) -> LocalResult<DateTime<Self>> { ... } fn timestamp_millis(&self, millis: i64) -> DateTime<Self> { ... } fn timestamp_millis_opt(&self, millis: i64) -> LocalResult<DateTime<Self>> { ... } fn timestamp_nanos(&self, nanos: i64) -> DateTime<Self> { ... } fn datetime_from_str( &self, s: &str, fmt: &str ) -> ParseResult<DateTime<Self>> { ... } fn from_local_date(&self, local: &NaiveDate) -> LocalResult<Date<Self>> { ... } fn from_local_datetime( &self, local: &NaiveDateTime ) -> LocalResult<DateTime<Self>> { ... } fn from_utc_date(&self, utc: &NaiveDate) -> Date<Self> { ... } fn from_utc_datetime(&self, utc: &NaiveDateTime) -> DateTime<Self> { ... }
}
Expand description

The time zone.

The methods here are the primarily constructors for Date and DateTime types.

Required Associated Types§

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type Offset: Offset

An associated offset type. This type is used to store the actual offset in date and time types. The original TimeZone value can be recovered via TimeZone::from_offset.

Required Methods§

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fn from_offset(offset: &Self::Offset) -> Self

Reconstructs the time zone from the offset.

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fn offset_from_local_date(&self, local: &NaiveDate) -> LocalResult<Self::Offset>

Creates the offset(s) for given local NaiveDate if possible.

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fn offset_from_local_datetime( &self, local: &NaiveDateTime ) -> LocalResult<Self::Offset>

Creates the offset(s) for given local NaiveDateTime if possible.

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fn offset_from_utc_date(&self, utc: &NaiveDate) -> Self::Offset

Creates the offset for given UTC NaiveDate. This cannot fail.

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fn offset_from_utc_datetime(&self, utc: &NaiveDateTime) -> Self::Offset

Creates the offset for given UTC NaiveDateTime. This cannot fail.

Provided Methods§

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fn ymd(&self, year: i32, month: u32, day: u32) -> Date<Self>

Makes a new Date from year, month, day and the current time zone. This assumes the proleptic Gregorian calendar, with the year 0 being 1 BCE.

The time zone normally does not affect the date (unless it is between UTC-24 and UTC+24), but it will propagate to the DateTime values constructed via this date.

Panics on the out-of-range date, invalid month and/or day.

Example
use chrono::{Utc, TimeZone};

assert_eq!(Utc.ymd(2015, 5, 15).to_string(), "2015-05-15UTC");
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fn ymd_opt(&self, year: i32, month: u32, day: u32) -> LocalResult<Date<Self>>

Makes a new Date from year, month, day and the current time zone. This assumes the proleptic Gregorian calendar, with the year 0 being 1 BCE.

The time zone normally does not affect the date (unless it is between UTC-24 and UTC+24), but it will propagate to the DateTime values constructed via this date.

Returns None on the out-of-range date, invalid month and/or day.

Example
use chrono::{Utc, LocalResult, TimeZone};

assert_eq!(Utc.ymd_opt(2015, 5, 15).unwrap().to_string(), "2015-05-15UTC");
assert_eq!(Utc.ymd_opt(2000, 0, 0), LocalResult::None);
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fn yo(&self, year: i32, ordinal: u32) -> Date<Self>

Makes a new Date from year, day of year (DOY or “ordinal”) and the current time zone. This assumes the proleptic Gregorian calendar, with the year 0 being 1 BCE.

The time zone normally does not affect the date (unless it is between UTC-24 and UTC+24), but it will propagate to the DateTime values constructed via this date.

Panics on the out-of-range date and/or invalid DOY.

Example
use chrono::{Utc, TimeZone};

assert_eq!(Utc.yo(2015, 135).to_string(), "2015-05-15UTC");
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fn yo_opt(&self, year: i32, ordinal: u32) -> LocalResult<Date<Self>>

Makes a new Date from year, day of year (DOY or “ordinal”) and the current time zone. This assumes the proleptic Gregorian calendar, with the year 0 being 1 BCE.

The time zone normally does not affect the date (unless it is between UTC-24 and UTC+24), but it will propagate to the DateTime values constructed via this date.

Returns None on the out-of-range date and/or invalid DOY.

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fn isoywd(&self, year: i32, week: u32, weekday: Weekday) -> Date<Self>

Makes a new Date from ISO week date (year and week number), day of the week (DOW) and the current time zone. This assumes the proleptic Gregorian calendar, with the year 0 being 1 BCE. The resulting Date may have a different year from the input year.

The time zone normally does not affect the date (unless it is between UTC-24 and UTC+24), but it will propagate to the DateTime values constructed via this date.

Panics on the out-of-range date and/or invalid week number.

Example
use chrono::{Utc, Weekday, TimeZone};

assert_eq!(Utc.isoywd(2015, 20, Weekday::Fri).to_string(), "2015-05-15UTC");
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fn isoywd_opt( &self, year: i32, week: u32, weekday: Weekday ) -> LocalResult<Date<Self>>

Makes a new Date from ISO week date (year and week number), day of the week (DOW) and the current time zone. This assumes the proleptic Gregorian calendar, with the year 0 being 1 BCE. The resulting Date may have a different year from the input year.

The time zone normally does not affect the date (unless it is between UTC-24 and UTC+24), but it will propagate to the DateTime values constructed via this date.

Returns None on the out-of-range date and/or invalid week number.

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fn timestamp(&self, secs: i64, nsecs: u32) -> DateTime<Self>

Makes a new DateTime from the number of non-leap seconds since January 1, 1970 0:00:00 UTC (aka “UNIX timestamp”) and the number of nanoseconds since the last whole non-leap second.

Panics on the out-of-range number of seconds and/or invalid nanosecond, for a non-panicking version see timestamp_opt.

Example
use chrono::{Utc, TimeZone};

assert_eq!(Utc.timestamp(1431648000, 0).to_string(), "2015-05-15 00:00:00 UTC");
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fn timestamp_opt(&self, secs: i64, nsecs: u32) -> LocalResult<DateTime<Self>>

Makes a new DateTime from the number of non-leap seconds since January 1, 1970 0:00:00 UTC (aka “UNIX timestamp”) and the number of nanoseconds since the last whole non-leap second.

Returns LocalResult::None on out-of-range number of seconds and/or invalid nanosecond, otherwise always returns LocalResult::Single.

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fn timestamp_millis(&self, millis: i64) -> DateTime<Self>

Makes a new DateTime from the number of non-leap milliseconds since January 1, 1970 0:00:00 UTC (aka “UNIX timestamp”).

Panics on out-of-range number of milliseconds for a non-panicking version see timestamp_millis_opt.

Example
use chrono::{Utc, TimeZone};

assert_eq!(Utc.timestamp_millis(1431648000).timestamp(), 1431648);
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fn timestamp_millis_opt(&self, millis: i64) -> LocalResult<DateTime<Self>>

Makes a new DateTime from the number of non-leap milliseconds since January 1, 1970 0:00:00 UTC (aka “UNIX timestamp”).

Returns LocalResult::None on out-of-range number of milliseconds and/or invalid nanosecond, otherwise always returns LocalResult::Single.

Example
use chrono::{Utc, TimeZone, LocalResult};
match Utc.timestamp_millis_opt(1431648000) {
    LocalResult::Single(dt) => assert_eq!(dt.timestamp(), 1431648),
    _ => panic!("Incorrect timestamp_millis"),
};
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fn timestamp_nanos(&self, nanos: i64) -> DateTime<Self>

Makes a new DateTime from the number of non-leap nanoseconds since January 1, 1970 0:00:00 UTC (aka “UNIX timestamp”).

Unlike timestamp_millis, this never panics.

Example
use chrono::{Utc, TimeZone};

assert_eq!(Utc.timestamp_nanos(1431648000000000).timestamp(), 1431648);
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fn datetime_from_str(&self, s: &str, fmt: &str) -> ParseResult<DateTime<Self>>

Parses a string with the specified format string and returns a DateTime with the current offset. See the format::strftime module on the supported escape sequences.

If the format does not include offsets, the current offset is assumed; otherwise the input should have a matching UTC offset.

See also DateTime::parse_from_str which gives a local DateTime with parsed FixedOffset.

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fn from_local_date(&self, local: &NaiveDate) -> LocalResult<Date<Self>>

Converts the local NaiveDate to the timezone-aware Date if possible.

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fn from_local_datetime( &self, local: &NaiveDateTime ) -> LocalResult<DateTime<Self>>

Converts the local NaiveDateTime to the timezone-aware DateTime if possible.

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fn from_utc_date(&self, utc: &NaiveDate) -> Date<Self>

Converts the UTC NaiveDate to the local time. The UTC is continuous and thus this cannot fail (but can give the duplicate local time).

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fn from_utc_datetime(&self, utc: &NaiveDateTime) -> DateTime<Self>

Converts the UTC NaiveDateTime to the local time. The UTC is continuous and thus this cannot fail (but can give the duplicate local time).

Object Safety§

This trait is not object safe.

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