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License: Apache License 2.0
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Exceptionless.DateTimeExtensions

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DateTimeRange, Business Day and various DateTime, DateTimeOffset, TimeSpan extension methods.

Getting Started (Development)

This package can be installed via the NuGet package manager. If you need help, please contact us via in-app support or open an issue. We’re always here to help if you have any questions!

  1. You will need to have Visual Studio Code installed.
  2. Open the root folder.

Using DateTimeExtensions

Below is a small sampling of the things you can accomplish with DateTimeExtensions, so check it out!

Business Day

Quickly calculate if a datetime is within your hours of business. Check out our unit tests for more usage samples.

var date = DateTime.Now.StartOfDay().AddHours(8);

var day = new BusinessDay(date.Date.DayOfWeek,
    date.Subtract(TimeSpan.FromHours(1)).TimeOfDay,
    date.AddHours(1).TimeOfDay);

bool isDay = day.IsBusinessDay(date);

DateTime Ranges

Quickly work with date ranges. . Check out our unit tests for more usage samples.

var range = DateTimeRange.Parse("yesterday", DateTime.Now);
if (range.Contains(DateTime.Now.Subtract(TimeSpan.FromHours(6)))) {
  //...
}

TimeUnit

Quickly work with time units. . Check out our unit tests for more usage samples.

TimeSpan oneNanosecond = TimeUnit.Parse("1nanos");
TimeSpan oneMicrosecond = TimeUnit.Parse("1micros");
TimeSpan oneMillisecond = TimeUnit.Parse("1ms");
TimeSpan oneSecond = TimeUnit.Parse("1s");
TimeSpan oneMinute = TimeUnit.Parse("1m");
TimeSpan oneHour = TimeUnit.Parse("1h");
TimeSpan oneDay = TimeUnit.Parse("1d");

DateTime Extension methods

Helper methods that makes working with DateTimes easier. Check out the source for all of the extension methods you can use.

using Exceptionless.DateTimeExtensions;

DateTime.Now.ToApproximateAgeString(); // "Just now"
var time = DateTime.Now.StartOfMinute();
var lastWeek = DateTime.Now.LastWeek();
var nextWeek = DateTime.Now.NextWeek();

DateTimeOffset Extension methods

Helper methods that makes working with DateTimeOffsets easier. Check out the source for all of the extension methods you can use.

using Exceptionless.DateTimeExtensions;

DateTimeOffset.Now.ToApproximateAgeString(); // "Just now"
var startOfMonth = DateTimeOffset.Now.ToStartOfMonth();
var endOfMonth = DateTimeOffset.Now.ToEndOfMonth();

Timespan Extension methods

Helper methods that makes working with TimeSpans easier. Check out the source for all of the extension methods you can use.

using Exceptionless.DateTimeExtensions;

var years = TimeSpan.FromHours(6).GetYears();
var totalYears = TimeSpan.FromHours(6).GetTotalYears();

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