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strptime

Date & time parsing without date library dependencies

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strptime

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The strptime crate provides date and time parsing to process strings into dates. It does not depend on any existing date and time library, and can serve as a stand-alone parser.

The library can parse a date and time together, or either one separately. Dates are required to be fully-specified, while times are more permissive and will default unspecified components to zero.

Specifiers

Not all strptime/strftime specifiers are supported yet. The Parser struct documents the list.

Examples

Parsing a date and time:

use strptime::Parser;

let parser = Parser::new("%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S");
let raw_date_time = parser.parse("2012-04-21T11:00:00").unwrap();
assert_eq!(raw_date_time.date().unwrap().year(), 2012);

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