Instance Property

zeroFormattingBehavior

The formatting style for units whose value is 0.

Declaration

var zeroFormattingBehavior: DateComponentsFormatter.ZeroFormattingBehavior { get set }

Discussion

When the value for a particular unit is 0, the zero formatting behavior determines whether that value is retained or omitted from any resulting strings. For example, when the formatting behavior is dropTrailing, the value of one hour, ten minutes, and zero seconds would omit the mention of seconds.

The default value of this property is default.

See Also

Configuring the Formatter Options

var allowedUnits: NSCalendar.Unit

The bitmask of calendrical units such as day and month to include in the output string.

var allowsFractionalUnits: Bool

A Boolean indicating whether non-integer units may be used for values.

var calendar: Calendar?

The default calendar to use when formatting date components.

var collapsesLargestUnit: Bool

A Boolean value indicating whether to collapse the largest unit into smaller units when a certain threshold is met.

var includesApproximationPhrase: Bool

A Boolean value indicating whether the resulting phrase reflects an inexact time value.

var includesTimeRemainingPhrase: Bool

A Boolean value indicating whether output strings reflect the amount of time remaining.

var maximumUnitCount: Int

The maximum number of time units to include in the output string.

var unitsStyle: DateComponentsFormatter.UnitsStyle

The formatting style for unit names.