Possible fields in a UCalendar ICU 2.0
Definition at line 176 of file ucal.h. { /** * Field number indicating the era, e.g., AD or BC in the Gregorian (Julian) calendar. * This is a calendarspecific value. * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_ERA, /** * Field number indicating the year. This is a calendarspecific value. * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_YEAR, /** * Field number indicating the month. This is a calendarspecific value. * The first month of the year is * <code>JANUARY</code>; the last depends on the number of months in a year. * @see #UCAL_JANUARY * @see #UCAL_FEBRUARY * @see #UCAL_MARCH * @see #UCAL_APRIL * @see #UCAL_MAY * @see #UCAL_JUNE * @see #UCAL_JULY * @see #UCAL_AUGUST * @see #UCAL_SEPTEMBER * @see #UCAL_OCTOBER * @see #UCAL_NOVEMBER * @see #UCAL_DECEMBER * @see #UCAL_UNDECIMBER * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_MONTH, /** * Field number indicating the * week number within the current year. The first week of the year, as * defined by <code>UCAL_FIRST_DAY_OF_WEEK</code> and <code>UCAL_MINIMAL_DAYS_IN_FIRST_WEEK</code> * attributes, has value 1. Subclasses define * the value of <code>UCAL_WEEK_OF_YEAR</code> for days before the first week of * the year. * @see ucal_getAttribute * @see ucal_setAttribute * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_WEEK_OF_YEAR, /** * Field number indicating the * week number within the current month. The first week of the month, as * defined by <code>UCAL_FIRST_DAY_OF_WEEK</code> and <code>UCAL_MINIMAL_DAYS_IN_FIRST_WEEK</code> * attributes, has value 1. Subclasses define * the value of <code>WEEK_OF_MONTH</code> for days before the first week of * the month. * @see ucal_getAttribute * @see ucal_setAttribute * @see #UCAL_FIRST_DAY_OF_WEEK * @see #UCAL_MINIMAL_DAYS_IN_FIRST_WEEK * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_WEEK_OF_MONTH, /** * Field number indicating the * day of the month. This is a synonym for <code>DAY_OF_MONTH</code>. * The first day of the month has value 1. * @see #UCAL_DAY_OF_MONTH * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_DATE, /** * Field number indicating the day * number within the current year. The first day of the year has value 1. * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_DAY_OF_YEAR, /** * Field number indicating the day * of the week. This field takes values <code>SUNDAY</code>, * <code>MONDAY</code>, <code>TUESDAY</code>, <code>WEDNESDAY</code>, * <code>THURSDAY</code>, <code>FRIDAY</code>, and <code>SATURDAY</code>. * @see #UCAL_SUNDAY * @see #UCAL_MONDAY * @see #UCAL_TUESDAY * @see #UCAL_WEDNESDAY * @see #UCAL_THURSDAY * @see #UCAL_FRIDAY * @see #UCAL_SATURDAY * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_DAY_OF_WEEK, /** * Field number indicating the * ordinal number of the day of the week within the current month. Together * with the <code>DAY_OF_WEEK</code> field, this uniquely specifies a day * within a month. Unlike <code>WEEK_OF_MONTH</code> and * <code>WEEK_OF_YEAR</code>, this field's value does <em>not</em> depend on * <code>getFirstDayOfWeek()</code> or * <code>getMinimalDaysInFirstWeek()</code>. <code>DAY_OF_MONTH 1</code> * through <code>7</code> always correspond to <code>DAY_OF_WEEK_IN_MONTH * 1</code>; <code>8</code> through <code>15</code> correspond to * <code>DAY_OF_WEEK_IN_MONTH 2</code>, and so on. * <code>DAY_OF_WEEK_IN_MONTH 0</code> indicates the week before * <code>DAY_OF_WEEK_IN_MONTH 1</code>. Negative values count back from the * end of the month, so the last Sunday of a month is specified as * <code>DAY_OF_WEEK = SUNDAY, DAY_OF_WEEK_IN_MONTH = 1</code>. Because * negative values count backward they will usually be aligned differently * within the month than positive values. For example, if a month has 31 * days, <code>DAY_OF_WEEK_IN_MONTH 1</code> will overlap * <code>DAY_OF_WEEK_IN_MONTH 5</code> and the end of <code>4</code>. * @see #UCAL_DAY_OF_WEEK * @see #UCAL_WEEK_OF_MONTH * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_DAY_OF_WEEK_IN_MONTH, /** * Field number indicating * whether the <code>HOUR</code> is before or after noon. * E.g., at 10:04:15.250 PM the <code>AM_PM</code> is <code>PM</code>. * @see #UCAL_AM * @see #UCAL_PM * @see #UCAL_HOUR * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_AM_PM, /** * Field number indicating the * hour of the morning or afternoon. <code>HOUR</code> is used for the 12hour * clock. * E.g., at 10:04:15.250 PM the <code>HOUR</code> is 10. * @see #UCAL_AM_PM * @see #UCAL_HOUR_OF_DAY * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_HOUR, /** * Field number indicating the * hour of the day. <code>HOUR_OF_DAY</code> is used for the 24hour clock. * E.g., at 10:04:15.250 PM the <code>HOUR_OF_DAY</code> is 22. * @see #UCAL_HOUR * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_HOUR_OF_DAY, /** * Field number indicating the * minute within the hour. * E.g., at 10:04:15.250 PM the <code>UCAL_MINUTE</code> is 4. * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_MINUTE, /** * Field number indicating the * second within the minute. * E.g., at 10:04:15.250 PM the <code>UCAL_SECOND</code> is 15. * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_SECOND, /** * Field number indicating the * millisecond within the second. * E.g., at 10:04:15.250 PM the <code>UCAL_MILLISECOND</code> is 250. * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_MILLISECOND, /** * Field number indicating the * raw offset from GMT in milliseconds. * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_ZONE_OFFSET, /** * Field number indicating the * daylight savings offset in milliseconds. * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_DST_OFFSET, /** * Field number * indicating the extended year corresponding to the * <code>UCAL_WEEK_OF_YEAR</code> field. This may be one greater or less * than the value of <code>UCAL_EXTENDED_YEAR</code>. * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_YEAR_WOY, /** * Field number * indicating the localized day of week. This will be a value from 1 * to 7 inclusive, with 1 being the localized first day of the week. * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_DOW_LOCAL, /** * Year of this calendar system, encompassing all suprayear fields. For example, * in Gregorian/Julian calendars, positive Extended Year values indicate years AD, * 1 BC = 0 extended, 2 BC = 1 extended, and so on. * @stable ICU 2.8 */ UCAL_EXTENDED_YEAR, /** * Field number * indicating the modified Julian day number. This is different from * the conventional Julian day number in two regards. First, it * demarcates days at local zone midnight, rather than noon GMT. * Second, it is a local number; that is, it depends on the local time * zone. It can be thought of as a single number that encompasses all * the daterelated fields. * @stable ICU 2.8 */ UCAL_JULIAN_DAY, /** * Ranges from 0 to 23:59:59.999 (regardless of DST). This field behaves <em>exactly</em> * like a composite of all timerelated fields, not including the zone fields. As such, * it also reflects discontinuities of those fields on DST transition days. On a day * of DST onset, it will jump forward. On a day of DST cessation, it will jump * backward. This reflects the fact that it must be combined with the DST_OFFSET field * to obtain a unique local time value. * @stable ICU 2.8 */ UCAL_MILLISECONDS_IN_DAY, /** * Whether or not the current month is a leap month (0 or 1). See the Chinese calendar for * an example of this. */ UCAL_IS_LEAP_MONTH, /** * Field count * @stable ICU 2.6 */ UCAL_FIELD_COUNT, /** * Field number indicating the * day of the month. This is a synonym for <code>UCAL_DATE</code>. * The first day of the month has value 1. * @see #UCAL_DATE * Synonym for UCAL_DATE * @stable ICU 2.8 **/ UCAL_DAY_OF_MONTH=UCAL_DATE };
