Uses of Interface
The main package contains four basic types of ISO-8601, namely
Contains miscellaneous clock implementations.
Defines the common generic schemes and interfaces of chronological systems.
Uses of TimeSource in net.time4jModifier and TypeClassDescription
classRepresents a clock which is based on the clock of the underlying operating system.Modifier and TypeFieldDescriptionTemporalType.Bridge between the JSR-310-class
java.time.Clockand the interface
net.time4j.base.TimeSource.Modifier and TypeMethodDescription
()Yields the reference clock for formatting of relative times.
()Gets the associated clock.Modifier and TypeMethodDescriptionSystemClock.
TimeSource<?> clock)(Synchronizes this instance with given time source and yields a new copy.PrettyTime.
TimeSource<?> clock)(Yields a changed copy of this instance with given reference clock.ModifierConstructorDescriptionConstructs a new clock which can yield the current local time in given timezone.Constructs a new clock which can yield the current local time in given timezone.Constructs a new clock which can yield the current local time in given timezone.
Uses of TimeSource in net.time4j.clockModifier and TypeClassDescription
classAbstract base clock implementation which allows local views within any timezone.
classAllows miscellaneous adjustments to any clock.
classRepresents a connection to a DAYTIME-server following the old norm RFC 867.
classRepresents a fixed clock which always display the same current time.
classRepresents a connection to a web server via the HTTP-protocol in order to evaluate the DATE-header of the HTTP-response.
classRepresents an abstract connection object to an internet time server.
classConnects to a modern time server using the NTP-protocol.
Uses of TimeSource in net.time4j.engine
Uses of TimeSource in net.time4j.range