Tomáš Znamenáček > DateTime-Format-Czech-0.2 > DateTime::Format::Czech

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SYNOPSIS ^

Format your DateTime values as usual in Czech. Now also with month names, day names and less sugar!

DESCRIPTION ^

    my $fmt = DateTime::Format::Czech->new;
    my $date = DateTime->new(year => 2010, month => 6, day => 13);
    say $fmt->format_datetime($date); # 13. června 2010

ATTRIBUTES ^

show_time

Include time in the output. Off by default.

show_date

Include date in the output. On by default.

show_year

Include year in the date output (“1. 12. 2010”). Off by default.

show_day_name

Include day name in date output (“neděle 13. 6.”). Off by default.

show_month_name

Use month name instead of its number (“1. prosince 2010”). On by default.

compound_format

The sprintf pattern used to glue the time and date parts. The default value is %s v %s (“5. 6. v 16.30”).

METHODS ^

format_date

Takes a DateTime value, returns a string representation of its date part.

format_time

Takes a DateTime value, returns a string representation of its time part in 24-hour time system. Minutes are zero-padded if needed (“13.00”, “19.01”).

format_datetime

Formats a given DateTime value, returning date and time parts as configured by the show_date and show_time attributes. The date and time parts are glued together using the compound_format pattern. You can also call this method using the shorter format name.

AUTHOR ^

Tomáš Znamenáček, zoul@fleuron.cz

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