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<date/>

Provided by module: Tags: RXML tags

Inserts the time and date. Does not require attributes.

<date/>
14:05, September the 28th, 2017

Attributes

unix-time="number of seconds"

Display this time instead of the current. The time is taken as a unix timestamp (i.e. the number of seconds since 00:00:00 Jan 1 1970 UTC).

<date unix-time='946684800'/>
01:00, January the 1st, 2000

http-time="http time stamp"

Display this time instead of the current. This attribute uses the specified http-time, instead of the current time.

All three http-time formats are supported:

<p>RFC 822, updated by RFC 1123: <date http-time='Sun, 06 Nov 1994 08:49:37 GMT'/></p> <p>RFC 850, obsoleted by RFC 1036: <date http-time='Sunday, 06-Nov-94 08:49:37 GMT' /></p> <p>ANSI C's asctime() format: <date http-time='Sun Nov 6 08:49:37 1994' /></p>

RFC 822, updated by RFC 1123: 09:49, November the 6th, 1994

RFC 850, obsoleted by RFC 1036: 09:49, November the 6th, 1994

ANSI C's asctime() format: 08:49, November the 6th, 1994


iso-time="{yyyy-mm-dd, yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm, yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss}"

Display this time instead of the current. This attribute uses the specified ISO 8601 time as the starting time, instead of the current time. The character between the date and the time can be either " " (space) or "T" (the letter T).

<date iso-time='2002-09-03 16:06'/>
16:06, September the 3rd, 2002

timezone="{local, GMT}"(local)

Display the time from another timezone.


to-timezone="{local, GMT, Europe/Stockholm, ...}"(local)

Display the time in another timezone.


years="number"

Add this number of years to the result.

<date date='' years='2'/>
September the 28th in the year of 2019

months="number"

Add this number of months to the result.

<date date='' months='2'/>
November the 28th in the year of 2017

weeks="number"

Add this number of weeks to the result.

<date date='' weeks='2'/>
October the 12th in the year of 2017

days="number"

Add this number of days to the result.


hours="number"

Add this number of hours to the result.

<date time='' hours='2' type='iso'/>
16:05:43

beats="number"

Add this number of beats to the result.

<date time='' beats='10' type='iso'/>
14:20:07

minutes="number"

Add this number of minutes to the result.


seconds="number"

Add this number of seconds to the result.


adjust="number"

Add this number of seconds to the result.


brief

Show in brief format.

<date brief=''/>
today, 14:05

time

Show only time.

<date time=''/>
14:05

date

Show only date.

<date date=''/>
September the 28th in the year of 2017

type="{number, ordered, string, discordian, http, iso, stardate, unix}"

Defines in which format the date should be displayed in.

The following types are only useful together with the "part" attribute:

type=number

<date part='day' type='number'/>
5

type=ordered

<date part='day' type='ordered'/>
5th

type=string

<date part='day' type='string'/>
Thursday

The following types are only useful without the "part" attribute:

type=discordian

<date type='discordian'/><br/> <date type='discordian' year='' holiday=''/>
Sweetmorn, the 52nd day of Bureaucracy
Sweetmorn, the 52nd day of Bureaucracy in the YOLD of 3183

type=http

<date type='http'/>
Thu, 28 Sep 2017 12:05:43 GMT

type=iso

<date type='iso' time=''/><br/> <date type='iso' date=''/><br/> <date type='iso'/>
14:05:43
2017-09-28
2017-09-28T14:05:43

type=stardate

<date type='stardate' prec='5'/>
43004.52301

type=unix

<date type='unix'/>
1506600343

'http' is the format specified for use in the HTTP protocol (useful for headers etc).

'stardate' has a separate companion attribute "prec" which sets the precision.


part="{year, month, day, wday, date, mday, hour, minute, second, yday, beat, week, seconds}"

Defines which part of the date should be displayed. Day and wday is the same. Date and mday is the same. Yday is the day number of the year. Seconds is unix time type. Only the types string, number and ordered applies when the part attribute is used.

PartMeaning

year

Display the year.

<date part='year' type='number'/>
2017

month

Display the month.

<date part='month' type='ordered'/>
9th

day

Display the weekday, starting with Sunday.

<date part='day' type='ordered'/>
5th

wday

Display the weekday. Same as 'day'.

<date part='wday' type='string'/>
Thursday

date

Display the day of this month.

<date part='date' type='ordered'/>
28th

mday

Display the number of days since the last full month.

<date part='mday' type='number'/>
28

hour

Display the numbers of hours since midnight.

<date part='hour' type='ordered'/>
14th

minute

Display the numbers of minutes since the last full hour.

<date part='minute' type='number'/>
5

second

Display the numbers of seconds since the last full minute.

<date part='second' type='string'/>
fortythree

yday

Display the number of days since the first of January.

<date part='yday' type='ordered'/>
270th

beat

Display the number of beats since midnight Central European Time(CET). There is a total of 1000 beats per day. The beats system was designed by Swatch as a means for a universal time, without time zones and day/night changes.

<date part='beat' type='number'/>
@545

week

Display the number of the current week.

<date part='week' type='number'/>
39

seconds

Display the total number of seconds this year.

<date part='seconds' type='number'/>
1506600343

strftime="string"

If this attribute is given to date, it will format the result according to the argument string.

The ! or - (dash) modifier can be inserted to get rid of extra field padding in any of the formatters below. For instance, use %!m to get the month value without zero padding. The E modifier accessses alternative forms of month names, e.g. %EB which in Russian locale gives a genitive form. The ^ modifier can be used to convert the result string to uppercase, while ~ capitalizes the result string.

FormatMeaning

%%

Percent character

%a

Abbreviated weekday name, e.g. "Mon"

%A

Weekday name

%b

Abbreviated month name, e.g. "Jan"

%B

Month name

%c

Date and time, e.g. "%a %b %d %H:%M:%S %Y"

%C

Century number, zero padded to two charachters.

%d

Day of month (1-31), zero padded to two characters.

%D

Date as "%m/%d/%y"

%e

Day of month (1-31), space padded to two characters.

%H

Hour (24 hour clock, 0-23), zero padded to two characters.

%h

See %b

%I

Hour (12 hour clock, 1-12), zero padded to two charcters.

%j

Day numer of year (1-366), zero padded to three characters.

%k

Hour (24 hour clock, 0-23), space padded to two characters.

%l

Hour (12 hour clock, 1-12), space padded to two characters.

%m

Month number (1-12), zero padded to two characters.

%M

Minute (0-59), zero padded to two characters.

%n

Newline

%p

"a.m." or "p.m."

%P

"am" or "pm"

%q

Quarter number (1-4)

%r

Time in 12 hour clock format with %p

%R

Time as "%H:%M"

%S

Seconds (0-60), zero padded to two characters. 60 only occurs in case of a leap second.

%t

Tab

%T

Time as "%H:%M:%S"

%u

Weekday as a decimal number (1-7), 1 is Sunday.

%U

Week number of year as a decimal number (0-53), with sunday as the first day of week 1, zero padded to two characters.

%V

ISO week number of the year as a decimal number (1-53), zero padded to two characters.

%w

Weekday as a decimal number (0-6), 0 is Sunday.

%W

Week number of year as a decimal number (0-53), with sunday as the first day of week 1, zero padded to two characters.

%x

Date as "%a %b %d %Y"

%X

See %T

%y

Year (0-99), zero padded to two characters.

%Y

Year (0-9999), zero padded to four characters.

<date strftime="%B %e %Y, %A %T"/>
September 28 2017, Thursday 14:05:43

lang="langcode"

Defines in what language a string will be presented in. Used together with type=string and the part attribute to get written dates in the specified language.

<date part='day' type='string' lang='de'/>
Donnerstag

case="{upper, lower, capitalize}"

Changes the case of the output to upper, lower or capitalize.

<date date='' lang='&client.language;' case='upper'/>
SEPTEMBER THE 28TH IN THE YEAR OF 2017

prec="number"

The number of decimals in the stardate.