Instance Method

getEra(_:yearForWeekOfYear:weekOfYear:weekday:from:)

Returns by reference the era, year, week of year, and weekday component values for a given date.

Declaration

func getEra(_ eraValuePointer: UnsafeMutablePointer<Int>?, yearForWeekOfYear yearValuePointer: UnsafeMutablePointer<Int>?, weekOfYear weekValuePointer: UnsafeMutablePointer<Int>?, weekday weekdayValuePointer: UnsafeMutablePointer<Int>?, from date: Date)

Parameters

eraValuePointer

Upon return, contains the era of the given date.

yearValuePointer

Upon return, contains the year of the given date.

weekValuePointer

Upon return, contains the week of the given date.

weekdayValuePointer

Upon return, contains the weekday of the given date.

date

The date for which to perform the calculation.

Discussion

Pass NULL to ignore any individual component parameter.

This is a convenience method for getting the time components of a given date using components(_:from:)

See Also

Extracting Components

func date(Date, matchesComponents: DateComponents)

Returns whether a given date matches all of the given date components.

func component(NSCalendar.Unit, from: Date)

Returns the specified date component from a given date.

func components(NSCalendar.Unit, from: Date)

Returns the date components representing a given date.

func components(NSCalendar.Unit, from: Date, to: Date, options: NSCalendar.Options = [])

Returns the difference between two supplied dates as date components.

func components(NSCalendar.Unit, from: DateComponents, to: DateComponents, options: NSCalendar.Options = [])

Returns the difference between start and end dates given as date components.

func components(in: TimeZone, from: Date)

Returns all the date components of a date, as if in a given time zone (instead of the receiving calendar’s time zone).