Neil Bowers
and 1 contributors

NAME

DateTime::Functions - Procedural interface to DateTime functions

VERSION

This document describes version 0.10 of DateTime::Functions, released December 9, 2010

SYNOPSIS

    use DateTime::Functions;
    print today->year;
    print now->strftime("%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S");

DESCRIPTION

This module simply exports all class methods of DateTime into the caller's namespace.

METHODS

Unless otherwise noted, all methods correspond to the same-named class method in DateTime. Please see DateTime for which parameters are supported.

Constructors

All constructors can die when invalid parameters are given. They all return DateTime objects, except for duration() which returns a DateTime::Duration object.

  • datetime( ... )

    Equivalent to DateTime->new( ... ).

  • duration( ... )

    Equivalent to DateTime::Duration->new( ... ).

  • from_epoch( epoch => $epoch, ... )

  • now( ... )

  • today( ... )

  • from_object( object => $object, ... )

  • last_day_of_month( ... )

  • from_day_of_year( ... )

Utility Functions

  • default_locale( $locale )

    Equivalent to DateTime->DefaultLocale( $locale ).

  • compare

  • compare_ignore_floating

SEE ALSO

DateTime

AUTHORS

唐鳳 <cpan@audreyt.org>

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