Time.mcc 12.5

Time.mcc 12.5

VERSION

12.5

RELEASE DATE

27.11.1997

AUTHOR

Kai Hofmann i07m@informatik.uni-bremen.de
http://home.pages.de/~i07m/

DESCRIPTION

Time is an abstract Custom Class of the Magic User Interface (c) by Stefan Stuntz.

It's a subclass of notify-class and only usable for developers who want to build subclasses of Time.mcc!

The idea of this class was born during developing my Gregor application.

MUI abstract public custom class that allows easy handling of time. Because it is abstract it is only usefull for developers working with classes that are based on Time.mcc (like TimeString.mcc), or those who want to build their own Time.mcc based classes.

Time.mcc features:
- Handles daylight savings time
- Handles time zones
- Supports MUIM_Import and MUIM_Export
- Supports drops of other time objects and time-strings
- The time can be read in hours/minutes/seconds format or as seconds from midnight on
- The time range can be restricted
- It's possible to notify a Date.mcc object when the next or previous day was reached
- Method to set the current time
- Methods for increasing and decreasing the time
- Method to compare with another time object

NEW FEATURES

- date.library 33.286

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

MUI 3.1
date.library

AVAILABILITY

http://home.pages.de/~i07m/amiga/mui/Time.html

ftp://wuarchive.wustl.edu/pub/aminet/dev/mui/MCC_Time.lha
And all other Aminet sites.

PRICE

This is freeware.

DISTRIBUTION

Permission is hereby granted, without written agreement and without license or royalty fees, to copy and distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose, provided that the copyright notice and the following paragraphs appear in all copies of this software, to:
- All who will distribute this software for free.
- All free accessible Internet servers.
- All Aminet sites.
- Fred Fish for his great Amiga software library.
- The German SAAR AG PD library.
- Angela Schmidt's Meeting Pearls series.
- All others who do NOT take more than US$ 5.- for one disk that includes this software.


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