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datetime.h

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Name:        wx/datetime.h
// Purpose:     declarations of time/date related classes (wxDateTime,
//              wxTimeSpan)
// Author:      Vadim Zeitlin
// Modified by:
// Created:     10.02.99
// RCS-ID:      $Id: datetime.h,v 1.34.4.7 2005/06/22 07:55:19 RL Exp $
// Copyright:   (c) 1998 Vadim Zeitlin <zeitlin@dptmaths.ens-cachan.fr>
// Licence:     wxWindows license
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

#ifndef _WX_DATETIME_H
#define _WX_DATETIME_H

#include "wx/defs.h"

#if wxUSE_DATETIME

#include <time.h>
#include <limits.h>             // for INT_MIN

#include "wx/longlong.h"

class WXDLLEXPORT wxDateTime;
class WXDLLEXPORT wxTimeSpan;
class WXDLLEXPORT wxDateSpan;

// a hack: don't use inline functions in debug builds - we don't care about
// performances and this only leads to increased rebuild time (because every
// time an inline method is changed, all files including the header must be
// rebuilt)

// For Mingw32, causes a link error. (VZ: why?)
#if defined( __WXDEBUG__) && !defined(__MINGW32__)
    #define wxDATETIME_DONT_INLINE

    #undef inline
    #define inline
#else
    // just in case
    #undef wxDATETIME_DONT_INLINE
#endif // Debug

// not all c-runtimes are based on 1/1/1970 being (time_t) 0
// set this to the corresponding value in seconds 1/1/1970 has on your
// systems c-runtime

#if defined(__WXMAC__) && !defined(__DARWIN__) && __MSL__ < 0x6000
    #define WX_TIME_BASE_OFFSET ( 2082844800L + 126144000L )
#else
    #define WX_TIME_BASE_OFFSET 0
#endif
/*
 * TODO
 *
 * + 1. Time zones with minutes (make TimeZone a class)
 * ? 2. getdate() function like under Solaris
 * + 3. text conversion for wxDateSpan
 * + 4. pluggable modules for the workdays calculations
 *   5. wxDateTimeHolidayAuthority for Easter and other christian feasts
 */

/*
  The three (main) classes declared in this header represent:

  1. An absolute moment in the time (wxDateTime)
  2. A difference between two moments in the time, positive or negative
     (wxTimeSpan)
  3. A logical difference between two dates expressed in
     years/months/weeks/days (wxDateSpan)

  The following arithmetic operations are permitted (all others are not):

  addition
  --------

  wxDateTime + wxTimeSpan = wxDateTime
  wxDateTime + wxDateSpan = wxDateTime
  wxTimeSpan + wxTimeSpan = wxTimeSpan
  wxDateSpan + wxDateSpan = wxDateSpan

  subtraction
  ------------
  wxDateTime - wxDateTime = wxTimeSpan
  wxDateTime - wxTimeSpan = wxDateTime
  wxDateTime - wxDateSpan = wxDateTime
  wxTimeSpan - wxTimeSpan = wxTimeSpan
  wxDateSpan - wxDateSpan = wxDateSpan

  multiplication
  --------------
  wxTimeSpan * number = wxTimeSpan
  number * wxTimeSpan = wxTimeSpan
  wxDateSpan * number = wxDateSpan
  number * wxDateSpan = wxDateSpan

  unitary minus
  -------------
  -wxTimeSpan = wxTimeSpan
  -wxDateSpan = wxDateSpan

  For each binary operation OP (+, -, *) we have the following operatorOP=() as
  a method and the method with a symbolic name OPER (Add, Subtract, Multiply)
  as a synonym for it and another const method with the same name which returns
  the changed copy of the object and operatorOP() as a global function which is
  implemented in terms of the const version of OPEN. For the unary - we have
  operator-() as a method, Neg() as synonym for it and Negate() which returns
  the copy of the object with the changed sign.
*/

// an invalid/default date time object which may be used as the default
// argument for arguments of type wxDateTime; it is also returned by all
// functions returning wxDateTime on failure (this is why it is also called
// wxInvalidDateTime)
class WXDLLEXPORT wxDateTime;

WXDLLEXPORT_DATA(extern const wxDateTime) wxDefaultDateTime;
#define wxInvalidDateTime wxDefaultDateTime

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// wxDateTime represents an absolute moment in the time
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

class WXDLLEXPORT wxDateTime
{
public:
    // types
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // a small unsigned integer type for storing things like minutes,
        // seconds &c. It should be at least short (i.e. not char) to contain
        // the number of milliseconds - it may also be 'int' because there is
        // no size penalty associated with it in our code, we don't store any
        // data in this format
    typedef unsigned short wxDateTime_t;

    // constants
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // the timezones
    enum TZ
    {
        // the time in the current time zone
        Local,

        // zones from GMT (= Greenwhich Mean Time): they're guaranteed to be
        // consequent numbers, so writing something like `GMT0 + offset' is
        // safe if abs(offset) <= 12

        // underscore stands for minus
        GMT_12, GMT_11, GMT_10, GMT_9, GMT_8, GMT_7,
        GMT_6, GMT_5, GMT_4, GMT_3, GMT_2, GMT_1,
        GMT0,
        GMT1, GMT2, GMT3, GMT4, GMT5, GMT6,
        GMT7, GMT8, GMT9, GMT10, GMT11, GMT12,
        // Note that GMT12 and GMT_12 are not the same: there is a difference
        // of exactly one day between them

        // some symbolic names for TZ

        // Europe
        WET = GMT0,                         // Western Europe Time
        WEST = GMT1,                        // Western Europe Summer Time
        CET = GMT1,                         // Central Europe Time
        CEST = GMT2,                        // Central Europe Summer Time
        EET = GMT2,                         // Eastern Europe Time
        EEST = GMT3,                        // Eastern Europe Summer Time
        MSK = GMT3,                         // Moscow Time
        MSD = GMT4,                         // Moscow Summer Time

        // US and Canada
        AST = GMT_4,                        // Atlantic Standard Time
        ADT = GMT_3,                        // Atlantic Daylight Time
        EST = GMT_5,                        // Eastern Standard Time
        EDT = GMT_4,                        // Eastern Daylight Saving Time
        CST = GMT_6,                        // Central Standard Time
        CDT = GMT_5,                        // Central Daylight Saving Time
        MST = GMT_7,                        // Mountain Standard Time
        MDT = GMT_6,                        // Mountain Daylight Saving Time
        PST = GMT_8,                        // Pacific Standard Time
        PDT = GMT_7,                        // Pacific Daylight Saving Time
        HST = GMT_10,                       // Hawaiian Standard Time
        AKST = GMT_9,                       // Alaska Standard Time
        AKDT = GMT_8,                       // Alaska Daylight Saving Time

        // Australia

        A_WST = GMT8,                       // Western Standard Time
        A_CST = GMT12 + 1,                  // Central Standard Time (+9.5)
        A_EST = GMT10,                      // Eastern Standard Time
        A_ESST = GMT11,                     // Eastern Summer Time

        // TODO add more symbolic timezone names here

        // Universal Coordinated Time = the new and politically correct name
        // for GMT
        UTC = GMT0
    };

        // the calendar systems we know about: notice that it's valid (for
        // this classes purpose anyhow) to work with any of these calendars
        // even with the dates before the historical appearance of the
        // calendar
    enum Calendar
    {
        Gregorian,  // current calendar
        Julian      // calendar in use since -45 until the 1582 (or later)

        // TODO Hebrew, Chinese, Maya, ... (just kidding) (or then may be not?)
    };

        // these values only are used to identify the different dates of
        // adoption of the Gregorian calendar (see IsGregorian())
        //
        // All data and comments taken verbatim from "The Calendar FAQ (v 2.0)"
        // by Claus Tøndering, http://www.pip.dknet.dk/~c-t/calendar.html
        // except for the comments "we take".
        //
        // Symbol "->" should be read as "was followed by" in the comments
        // which follow.
    enum GregorianAdoption
    {
        Gr_Unknown,    // no data for this country or it's too uncertain to use
        Gr_Standard,   // on the day 0 of Gregorian calendar: 15 Oct 1582

        Gr_Alaska,             // Oct 1867 when Alaska became part of the USA
        Gr_Albania,            // Dec 1912

        Gr_Austria = Gr_Unknown,    // Different regions on different dates
        Gr_Austria_Brixen,          // 5 Oct 1583 -> 16 Oct 1583
        Gr_Austria_Salzburg = Gr_Austria_Brixen,
        Gr_Austria_Tyrol = Gr_Austria_Brixen,
        Gr_Austria_Carinthia,       // 14 Dec 1583 -> 25 Dec 1583
        Gr_Austria_Styria = Gr_Austria_Carinthia,

        Gr_Belgium,            // Then part of the Netherlands

        Gr_Bulgaria = Gr_Unknown, // Unknown precisely (from 1915 to 1920)
        Gr_Bulgaria_1,         //      18 Mar 1916 -> 1 Apr 1916
        Gr_Bulgaria_2,         //      31 Mar 1916 -> 14 Apr 1916
        Gr_Bulgaria_3,         //      3 Sep 1920 -> 17 Sep 1920

        Gr_Canada = Gr_Unknown,   // Different regions followed the changes in
                               // Great Britain or France

        Gr_China = Gr_Unknown,    // Different authorities say:
        Gr_China_1,            //      18 Dec 1911 -> 1 Jan 1912
        Gr_China_2,            //      18 Dec 1928 -> 1 Jan 1929

        Gr_Czechoslovakia,     // (Bohemia and Moravia) 6 Jan 1584 -> 17 Jan 1584
        Gr_Denmark,            // (including Norway) 18 Feb 1700 -> 1 Mar 1700
        Gr_Egypt,              // 1875
        Gr_Estonia,            // 1918
        Gr_Finland,            // Then part of Sweden

        Gr_France,             // 9 Dec 1582 -> 20 Dec 1582
        Gr_France_Alsace,      //      4 Feb 1682 -> 16 Feb 1682
        Gr_France_Lorraine,    //      16 Feb 1760 -> 28 Feb 1760
        Gr_France_Strasbourg,  // February 1682

        Gr_Germany = Gr_Unknown,  // Different states on different dates:
        Gr_Germany_Catholic,   //      1583-1585 (we take 1584)
        Gr_Germany_Prussia,    //      22 Aug 1610 -> 2 Sep 1610
        Gr_Germany_Protestant, //      18 Feb 1700 -> 1 Mar 1700

        Gr_GreatBritain,       // 2 Sep 1752 -> 14 Sep 1752 (use 'cal(1)')

        Gr_Greece,             // 9 Mar 1924 -> 23 Mar 1924
        Gr_Hungary,            // 21 Oct 1587 -> 1 Nov 1587
        Gr_Ireland = Gr_GreatBritain,
        Gr_Italy = Gr_Standard,

        Gr_Japan = Gr_Unknown,    // Different authorities say:
        Gr_Japan_1,            //      19 Dec 1872 -> 1 Jan 1873
        Gr_Japan_2,            //      19 Dec 1892 -> 1 Jan 1893
        Gr_Japan_3,            //      18 Dec 1918 -> 1 Jan 1919

        Gr_Latvia,             // 1915-1918 (we take 1915)
        Gr_Lithuania,          // 1915
        Gr_Luxemburg,          // 14 Dec 1582 -> 25 Dec 1582
        Gr_Netherlands = Gr_Belgium, // (including Belgium) 1 Jan 1583

        // this is too weird to take into account: the Gregorian calendar was
        // introduced twice in Groningen, first time 28 Feb 1583 was followed
        // by 11 Mar 1583, then it has gone back to Julian in the summer of
        // 1584 and then 13 Dec 1700 -> 12 Jan 1701 - which is
        // the date we take here
        Gr_Netherlands_Groningen,  // 13 Dec 1700 -> 12 Jan 1701
        Gr_Netherlands_Gelderland, // 30 Jun 1700 -> 12 Jul 1700
        Gr_Netherlands_Utrecht,    // (and Overijssel) 30 Nov 1700->12 Dec 1700
        Gr_Netherlands_Friesland,  // (and Drenthe) 31 Dec 1700 -> 12 Jan 1701

        Gr_Norway = Gr_Denmark,       // Then part of Denmark
        Gr_Poland = Gr_Standard,
        Gr_Portugal = Gr_Standard,
        Gr_Romania,                // 31 Mar 1919 -> 14 Apr 1919
        Gr_Russia,                 // 31 Jan 1918 -> 14 Feb 1918
        Gr_Scotland = Gr_GreatBritain,
        Gr_Spain = Gr_Standard,

        // Sweden has a curious history. Sweden decided to make a gradual
        // change from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar. By dropping every
        // leap year from 1700 through 1740 the eleven superfluous days would
        // be omitted and from 1 Mar 1740 they would be in sync with the
        // Gregorian calendar. (But in the meantime they would be in sync with
        // nobody!)
        //
        // So 1700 (which should have been a leap year in the Julian calendar)
        // was not a leap year in Sweden. However, by mistake 1704 and 1708
        // became leap years. This left Sweden out of synchronisation with
        // both the Julian and the Gregorian world, so they decided to go back
        // to the Julian calendar. In order to do this, they inserted an extra
        // day in 1712, making that year a double leap year! So in 1712,
        // February had 30 days in Sweden.
        //
        // Later, in 1753, Sweden changed to the Gregorian calendar by
        // dropping 11 days like everyone else.
        Gr_Sweden = Gr_Finland,       // 17 Feb 1753 -> 1 Mar 1753

        Gr_Switzerland = Gr_Unknown,// Different cantons used different dates
        Gr_Switzerland_Catholic,    //      1583, 1584 or 1597 (we take 1584)
        Gr_Switzerland_Protestant,  //      31 Dec 1700 -> 12 Jan 1701

        Gr_Turkey,                 // 1 Jan 1927
        Gr_USA = Gr_GreatBritain,
        Gr_Wales = Gr_GreatBritain,
        Gr_Yugoslavia              // 1919
    };

        // the country parameter is used so far for calculating the start and
        // the end of DST period and for deciding whether the date is a work
        // day or not
        //
        // TODO move this to intl.h
    enum Country
    {
        Country_Unknown, // no special information for this country
        Country_Default, // set the default country with SetCountry() method
                         // or use the default country with any other

        // TODO add more countries (for this we must know about DST and/or
        //      holidays for this country)

        // Western European countries: we assume that they all follow the same
        // DST rules (true or false?)
        Country_WesternEurope_Start,
        Country_EEC = Country_WesternEurope_Start,
        France,
        Germany,
        UK,
        Country_WesternEurope_End = UK,

        Russia,

        USA
    };

        // symbolic names for the months
    enum Month
    {
        Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, Inv_Month
    };

        // symbolic names for the weekdays
    enum WeekDay
    {
        Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Inv_WeekDay
    };

        // invalid value for the year
    enum Year
    {
        Inv_Year = SHRT_MIN    // should hold in wxDateTime_t
    };

        // flags for GetWeekDayName and GetMonthName
    enum NameFlags
    {
        Name_Full = 0x01,       // return full name
        Name_Abbr = 0x02        // return abbreviated name
    };

        // flags for GetWeekOfYear and GetWeekOfMonth
    enum WeekFlags
    {
        Default_First,   // Sunday_First for US, Monday_First for the rest
        Monday_First,    // week starts with a Monday
        Sunday_First     // week starts with a Sunday
    };

    // helper classes
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // a class representing a time zone: basicly, this is just an offset
        // (in seconds) from GMT
    class WXDLLEXPORT TimeZone
    {
    public:
        TimeZone(TZ tz);
        TimeZone(wxDateTime_t offset = 0) { m_offset = offset; }

        long GetOffset() const { return m_offset; }

    private:
        // offset for this timezone from GMT in seconds
        long m_offset;
    };

        // standard struct tm is limited to the years from 1900 (because
        // tm_year field is the offset from 1900), so we use our own struct
        // instead to represent broken down time
        //
        // NB: this struct should always be kept normalized (i.e. mon should
        //     be < 12, 1 <= day <= 31 &c), so use AddMonths(), AddDays()
        //     instead of modifying the member fields directly!
    struct WXDLLEXPORT Tm
    {
        wxDateTime_t msec, sec, min, hour, mday;
        Month mon;
        int year;

        // default ctor inits the object to an invalid value
        Tm();

        // ctor from struct tm and the timezone
        Tm(const struct tm& tm, const TimeZone& tz);

        // check that the given date/time is valid (in Gregorian calendar)
        bool IsValid() const;

        // get the week day
        WeekDay GetWeekDay() // not const because wday may be changed
        {
            if ( wday == Inv_WeekDay )
                ComputeWeekDay();

            return (WeekDay)wday;
        }

        // add the given number of months to the date keeping it normalized
        void AddMonths(int monDiff);

        // add the given number of months to the date keeping it normalized
        void AddDays(int dayDiff);

    private:
        // compute the weekday from other fields
        void ComputeWeekDay();

        // the timezone we correspond to
        TimeZone m_tz;

        // these values can't be accessed directly because they're not always
        // computed and we calculate them on demand
        wxDateTime_t wday, yday;
    };

    // static methods
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // set the current country
    static void SetCountry(Country country);
        // get the current country
    static Country GetCountry();

        // return TRUE if the country is a West European one (in practice,
        // this means that the same DST rules as for EEC apply)
    static bool IsWestEuropeanCountry(Country country = Country_Default);

        // return the current year
    static int GetCurrentYear(Calendar cal = Gregorian);

        // convert the year as returned by wxDateTime::GetYear() to a year
        // suitable for BC/AD notation. The difference is that BC year 1
        // corresponds to the year 0 (while BC year 0 didn't exist) and AD
        // year N is just year N.
    static int ConvertYearToBC(int year);

        // return the current month
    static Month GetCurrentMonth(Calendar cal = Gregorian);

        // returns TRUE if the given year is a leap year in the given calendar
    static bool IsLeapYear(int year = Inv_Year, Calendar cal = Gregorian);

        // get the century (19 for 1999, 20 for 2000 and -5 for 492 BC)
    static int GetCentury(int year = Inv_Year);

        // returns the number of days in this year (356 or 355 for Gregorian
        // calendar usually :-)
    static wxDateTime_t GetNumberOfDays(int year, Calendar cal = Gregorian);

        // get the number of the days in the given month (default value for
        // the year means the current one)
    static wxDateTime_t GetNumberOfDays(Month month,
                                        int year = Inv_Year,
                                        Calendar cal = Gregorian);

        // get the full (default) or abbreviated month name in the current
        // locale, returns empty string on error
    static wxString GetMonthName(Month month,
                                 NameFlags flags = Name_Full);

        // get the full (default) or abbreviated weekday name in the current
        // locale, returns empty string on error
    static wxString GetWeekDayName(WeekDay weekday,
                                   NameFlags flags = Name_Full);

        // get the AM and PM strings in the current locale (may be empty)
    static void GetAmPmStrings(wxString *am, wxString *pm);

        // return TRUE if the given country uses DST for this year
    static bool IsDSTApplicable(int year = Inv_Year,
                                Country country = Country_Default);

        // get the beginning of DST for this year, will return invalid object
        // if no DST applicable in this year. The default value of the
        // parameter means to take the current year.
    static wxDateTime GetBeginDST(int year = Inv_Year,
                                  Country country = Country_Default);
        // get the end of DST for this year, will return invalid object
        // if no DST applicable in this year. The default value of the
        // parameter means to take the current year.
    static wxDateTime GetEndDST(int year = Inv_Year,
                                Country country = Country_Default);

        // return the wxDateTime object for the current time
    static inline wxDateTime Now();

        // return the wxDateTime object for the current time with millisecond
        // precision (if available on this platform)
    static wxDateTime UNow();

        // return the wxDateTime object for today midnight: i.e. as Now() but
        // with time set to 0
    static inline wxDateTime Today();

    // constructors: you should test whether the constructor succeeded with
    // IsValid() function. The values Inv_Month and Inv_Year for the
    // parameters mean take current month and/or year values.
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // default ctor does not initialize the object, use Set()!
    wxDateTime() { m_time = wxLongLong((long)ULONG_MAX, ULONG_MAX); }

        // from time_t: seconds since the Epoch 00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970)
#if (!(defined(__VISAGECPP__) && __IBMCPP__ >= 400))
// VA C++ confuses this with wxDateTime(double jdn) thinking it is a duplicate declaration
    inline wxDateTime(time_t timet);
#endif
        // from broken down time/date (only for standard Unix range)
    inline wxDateTime(const struct tm& tm);
        // from broken down time/date (any range)
    inline wxDateTime(const Tm& tm);

        // from JDN (beware of rounding errors)
    inline wxDateTime(double jdn);

        // from separate values for each component, date set to today
    inline wxDateTime(wxDateTime_t hour,
                      wxDateTime_t minute = 0,
                      wxDateTime_t second = 0,
                      wxDateTime_t millisec = 0);
        // from separate values for each component with explicit date
    inline wxDateTime(wxDateTime_t day,             // day of the month
                      Month        month,
                      int          year = Inv_Year, // 1999, not 99 please!
                      wxDateTime_t hour = 0,
                      wxDateTime_t minute = 0,
                      wxDateTime_t second = 0,
                      wxDateTime_t millisec = 0);

        // default copy ctor ok

        // no dtor

    // assignment operators and Set() functions: all non const methods return
    // the reference to this object. IsValid() should be used to test whether
    // the function succeeded.
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // set to the current time
    inline wxDateTime& SetToCurrent();

#if (!(defined(__VISAGECPP__) && __IBMCPP__ >= 400))
// VA C++ confuses this with wxDateTime(double jdn) thinking it is a duplicate declaration
        // set to given time_t value
    inline wxDateTime& Set(time_t timet);
#endif

        // set to given broken down time/date
    wxDateTime& Set(const struct tm& tm);

        // set to given broken down time/date
    inline wxDateTime& Set(const Tm& tm);

        // set to given JDN (beware of rounding errors)
    wxDateTime& Set(double jdn);

        // set to given time, date = today
    wxDateTime& Set(wxDateTime_t hour,
                    wxDateTime_t minute = 0,
                    wxDateTime_t second = 0,
                    wxDateTime_t millisec = 0);

        // from separate values for each component with explicit date
        // (defaults for month and year are the current values)
    wxDateTime& Set(wxDateTime_t day,
                    Month        month,
                    int          year = Inv_Year, // 1999, not 99 please!
                    wxDateTime_t hour = 0,
                    wxDateTime_t minute = 0,
                    wxDateTime_t second = 0,
                    wxDateTime_t millisec = 0);

        // resets time to 00:00:00, doesn't change the date
    wxDateTime& ResetTime();

        // the following functions don't change the values of the other
        // fields, i.e. SetMinute() won't change either hour or seconds value

        // set the year
    wxDateTime& SetYear(int year);
        // set the month
    wxDateTime& SetMonth(Month month);
        // set the day of the month
    wxDateTime& SetDay(wxDateTime_t day);
        // set hour
    wxDateTime& SetHour(wxDateTime_t hour);
        // set minute
    wxDateTime& SetMinute(wxDateTime_t minute);
        // set second
    wxDateTime& SetSecond(wxDateTime_t second);
        // set millisecond
    wxDateTime& SetMillisecond(wxDateTime_t millisecond);

        // assignment operator from time_t
    wxDateTime& operator=(time_t timet) { return Set(timet); }

        // assignment operator from broken down time/date
    wxDateTime& operator=(const struct tm& tm) { return Set(tm); }

        // assignment operator from broken down time/date
    wxDateTime& operator=(const Tm& tm) { return Set(tm); }

        // default assignment operator is ok

    // calendar calculations (functions which set the date only leave the time
    // unchanged, e.g. don't explictly zero it): SetXXX() functions modify the
    // object itself, GetXXX() ones return a new object.
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // set to the given week day in the same week as this one
    wxDateTime& SetToWeekDayInSameWeek(WeekDay weekday,
                                       WeekFlags flags = Monday_First);
    inline wxDateTime GetWeekDayInSameWeek(WeekDay weekday,
                                           WeekFlags flags = Monday_First) const;

        // set to the next week day following this one
    wxDateTime& SetToNextWeekDay(WeekDay weekday);
    inline wxDateTime GetNextWeekDay(WeekDay weekday) const;

        // set to the previous week day before this one
    wxDateTime& SetToPrevWeekDay(WeekDay weekday);
    inline wxDateTime GetPrevWeekDay(WeekDay weekday) const;

        // set to Nth occurence of given weekday in the given month of the
        // given year (time is set to 0), return TRUE on success and FALSE on
        // failure. n may be positive (1..5) or negative to count from the end
        // of the month (see helper function SetToLastWeekDay())
    bool SetToWeekDay(WeekDay weekday,
                      int n = 1,
                      Month month = Inv_Month,
                      int year = Inv_Year);
    inline wxDateTime GetWeekDay(WeekDay weekday,
                                 int n = 1,
                                 Month month = Inv_Month,
                                 int year = Inv_Year) const;

        // sets to the last weekday in the given month, year
    inline bool SetToLastWeekDay(WeekDay weekday,
                                 Month month = Inv_Month,
                                 int year = Inv_Year);
    inline wxDateTime GetLastWeekDay(WeekDay weekday,
                                     Month month = Inv_Month,
                                     int year = Inv_Year);

        // sets the date to the given day of the given week in the year,
        // returns TRUE on success and FALSE if given date doesn't exist (e.g.
        // numWeek is > 53)
    bool SetToTheWeek(wxDateTime_t numWeek,
                      WeekDay weekday = Mon,
                      WeekFlags flags = Monday_First);
    inline wxDateTime GetWeek(wxDateTime_t numWeek,
                              WeekDay weekday = Mon,
                              WeekFlags flags = Monday_First) const;

        // sets the date to the last day of the given (or current) month or the
        // given (or current) year
    wxDateTime& SetToLastMonthDay(Month month = Inv_Month,
                                  int year = Inv_Year);
    inline wxDateTime GetLastMonthDay(Month month = Inv_Month,
                                      int year = Inv_Year) const;

        // sets to the given year day (1..365 or 366)
    wxDateTime& SetToYearDay(wxDateTime_t yday);
    inline wxDateTime GetYearDay(wxDateTime_t yday) const;

        // The definitions below were taken verbatim from
        //
        //      http://www.capecod.net/~pbaum/date/date0.htm
        //
        // (Peter Baum's home page)
        //
        // definition: The Julian Day Number, Julian Day, or JD of a
        // particular instant of time is the number of days and fractions of a
        // day since 12 hours Universal Time (Greenwich mean noon) on January
        // 1 of the year -4712, where the year is given in the Julian
        // proleptic calendar. The idea of using this reference date was
        // originally proposed by Joseph Scalizer in 1582 to count years but
        // it was modified by 19th century astronomers to count days. One
        // could have equivalently defined the reference time to be noon of
        // November 24, -4713 if were understood that Gregorian calendar rules
        // were applied. Julian days are Julian Day Numbers and are not to be
        // confused with Julian dates.
        //
        // definition: The Rata Die number is a date specified as the number
        // of days relative to a base date of December 31 of the year 0. Thus
        // January 1 of the year 1 is Rata Die day 1.

        // get the Julian Day number (the fractional part specifies the time of
        // the day, related to noon - beware of rounding errors!)
    double GetJulianDayNumber() const;
    double GetJDN() const { return GetJulianDayNumber(); }

        // get the Modified Julian Day number: it is equal to JDN - 2400000.5
        // and so integral MJDs correspond to the midnights (and not noons).
        // MJD 0 is Nov 17, 1858
    double GetModifiedJulianDayNumber() const { return GetJDN() - 2400000.5; }
    double GetMJD() const { return GetModifiedJulianDayNumber(); }

        // get the Rata Die number
    double GetRataDie() const;

        // TODO algorithms for calculating some important dates, such as
        //      religious holidays (Easter...) or moon/solar eclipses? Some
        //      algorithms can be found in the calendar FAQ

    // timezone stuff: a wxDateTime object constructed using given
    // day/month/year/hour/min/sec values correspond to this moment in local
    // time. Using the functions below, it may be converted to another time
    // zone (for example, the Unix epoch is wxDateTime(1, Jan, 1970).ToGMT())
    //
    // these functions try to handle DST internally, but there is no magical
    // way to know all rules for it in all countries in the world, so if the
    // program can handle it itself (or doesn't want to handle it at all for
    // whatever reason), the DST handling can be disabled with noDST.
    //
    // Converting to the local time zone doesn't do anything.
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // transform to any given timezone
    inline wxDateTime ToTimezone(const TimeZone& tz, bool noDST = FALSE) const;
    wxDateTime& MakeTimezone(const TimeZone& tz, bool noDST = FALSE);

        // transform to GMT/UTC
    wxDateTime ToGMT(bool noDST = FALSE) const { return ToTimezone(GMT0, noDST); }
    wxDateTime& MakeGMT(bool noDST = FALSE) { return MakeTimezone(GMT0, noDST); }

        // is daylight savings time in effect at this moment according to the
        // rules of the specified country?
        //
        // Return value is > 0 if DST is in effect, 0 if it is not and -1 if
        // the information is not available (this is compatible with ANSI C)
    int IsDST(Country country = Country_Default) const;

    // accessors: many of them take the timezone parameter which indicates the
    // timezone for which to make the calculations and the default value means
    // to do it for the current timezone of this machine (even if the function
    // only operates with the date it's necessary because a date may wrap as
    // result of timezone shift)
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // is the date valid?
    inline bool IsValid() const { return m_time != wxInvalidDateTime.m_time; }

        // get the broken down date/time representation in the given timezone
        //
        // If you wish to get several time components (day, month and year),
        // consider getting the whole Tm strcuture first and retrieving the
        // value from it - this is much more efficient
    Tm GetTm(const TimeZone& tz = Local) const;

        // get the number of seconds since the Unix epoch - returns (time_t)-1
        // if the value is out of range
    inline time_t GetTicks() const;

        // get the year (returns Inv_Year if date is invalid)
    int GetYear(const TimeZone& tz = Local) const
            { return GetTm(tz).year; }
        // get the month (Inv_Month if date is invalid)
    Month GetMonth(const TimeZone& tz = Local) const
            { return (Month)GetTm(tz).mon; }
        // get the month day (in 1..31 range, 0 if date is invalid)
    wxDateTime_t GetDay(const TimeZone& tz = Local) const
            { return GetTm(tz).mday; }
        // get the day of the week (Inv_WeekDay if date is invalid)
    WeekDay GetWeekDay(const TimeZone& tz = Local) const
            { return GetTm(tz).GetWeekDay(); }
        // get the hour of the day
    wxDateTime_t GetHour(const TimeZone& tz = Local) const
            { return GetTm(tz).hour; }
        // get the minute
    wxDateTime_t GetMinute(const TimeZone& tz = Local) const
            { return GetTm(tz).min; }
        // get the second
    wxDateTime_t GetSecond(const TimeZone& tz = Local) const
            { return GetTm(tz).sec; }
        // get milliseconds
    wxDateTime_t GetMillisecond(const TimeZone& tz = Local) const
            { return GetTm(tz).msec; }

        // get the day since the year start (1..366, 0 if date is invalid)
    wxDateTime_t GetDayOfYear(const TimeZone& tz = Local) const;
        // get the week number since the year start (1..52 or 53, 0 if date is
        // invalid)
    wxDateTime_t GetWeekOfYear(WeekFlags flags = Monday_First,
                               const TimeZone& tz = Local) const;
        // get the week number since the month start (1..5, 0 if date is
        // invalid)
    wxDateTime_t GetWeekOfMonth(WeekFlags flags = Monday_First,
                                const TimeZone& tz = Local) const;

        // is this date a work day? This depends on a country, of course,
        // because the holidays are different in different countries
    bool IsWorkDay(Country country = Country_Default) const;

        // is this date later than Gregorian calendar introduction for the
        // given country (see enum GregorianAdoption)?
        //
        // NB: this function shouldn't be considered as absolute authority in
        //     the matter. Besides, for some countries the exact date of
        //     adoption of the Gregorian calendar is simply unknown.
    bool IsGregorianDate(GregorianAdoption country = Gr_Standard) const;

    // dos date and time format
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // set from the DOS packed format
    wxDateTime& SetFromDOS(unsigned long ddt);

        // pack the date in DOS format
    unsigned long GetAsDOS() const;

    // comparison (see also functions below for operator versions)
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // returns TRUE if the two moments are strictly identical
    inline bool IsEqualTo(const wxDateTime& datetime) const;

        // returns TRUE if the date is strictly earlier than the given one
    inline bool IsEarlierThan(const wxDateTime& datetime) const;

        // returns TRUE if the date is strictly later than the given one
    inline bool IsLaterThan(const wxDateTime& datetime) const;

        // returns TRUE if the date is strictly in the given range
    inline bool IsStrictlyBetween(const wxDateTime& t1,
                                  const wxDateTime& t2) const;

        // returns TRUE if the date is in the given range
    inline bool IsBetween(const wxDateTime& t1, const wxDateTime& t2) const;

        // do these two objects refer to the same date?
    inline bool IsSameDate(const wxDateTime& dt) const;

        // do these two objects have the same time?
    inline bool IsSameTime(const wxDateTime& dt) const;

        // are these two objects equal up to given timespan?
    inline bool IsEqualUpTo(const wxDateTime& dt, const wxTimeSpan& ts) const;

    // arithmetics with dates (see also below for more operators)
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // return the sum of the date with a time span (positive or negative)
    inline wxDateTime Add(const wxTimeSpan& diff) const;
        // add a time span (positive or negative)
    inline wxDateTime& Add(const wxTimeSpan& diff);
        // add a time span (positive or negative)
    inline wxDateTime& operator+=(const wxTimeSpan& diff);

        // return the difference of the date with a time span
    inline wxDateTime Subtract(const wxTimeSpan& diff) const;
        // subtract a time span (positive or negative)
    inline wxDateTime& Subtract(const wxTimeSpan& diff);
        // subtract a time span (positive or negative)
    inline wxDateTime& operator-=(const wxTimeSpan& diff);

        // return the sum of the date with a date span
    inline wxDateTime Add(const wxDateSpan& diff) const;
        // add a date span (positive or negative)
    wxDateTime& Add(const wxDateSpan& diff);
        // add a date span (positive or negative)
    inline wxDateTime& operator+=(const wxDateSpan& diff);

        // return the difference of the date with a date span
    inline wxDateTime Subtract(const wxDateSpan& diff) const;
        // subtract a date span (positive or negative)
    inline wxDateTime& Subtract(const wxDateSpan& diff);
        // subtract a date span (positive or negative)
    inline wxDateTime& operator-=(const wxDateSpan& diff);

        // return the difference between two dates
    inline wxTimeSpan Subtract(const wxDateTime& dt) const;

    // conversion to/from text: all conversions from text return the pointer to
    // the next character following the date specification (i.e. the one where
    // the scan had to stop) or NULL on failure.
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // parse a string in RFC 822 format (found e.g. in mail headers and
        // having the form "Wed, 10 Feb 1999 19:07:07 +0100")
    const wxChar *ParseRfc822Date(const wxChar* date);
        // parse a date/time in the given format (see strptime(3)), fill in
        // the missing (in the string) fields with the values of dateDef (by
        // default, they will not change if they had valid values or will
        // default to Today() otherwise)
    const wxChar *ParseFormat(const wxChar *date,
                              const wxChar *format = _T("%c"),
                              const wxDateTime& dateDef = wxDefaultDateTime);
        // parse a string containing the date/time in "free" format, this
        // function will try to make an educated guess at the string contents
    const wxChar *ParseDateTime(const wxChar *datetime);
        // parse a string containing the date only in "free" format (less
        // flexible than ParseDateTime)
    const wxChar *ParseDate(const wxChar *date);
        // parse a string containing the time only in "free" format
    const wxChar *ParseTime(const wxChar *time);

        // this function accepts strftime()-like format string (default
        // argument corresponds to the preferred date and time representation
        // for the current locale) and returns the string containing the
        // resulting text representation
    wxString Format(const wxChar *format = _T("%c"),
                    const TimeZone& tz = Local) const;
        // preferred date representation for the current locale
    wxString FormatDate() const { return Format(_T("%x")); }
        // preferred time representation for the current locale
    wxString FormatTime() const { return Format(_T("%X")); }
        // returns the string representing the date in ISO 8601 format
        // (YYYY-MM-DD)
    wxString FormatISODate() const { return Format(_T("%Y-%m-%d")); }
        // returns the string representing the time in ISO 8601 format
        // (HH:MM:SS)
    wxString FormatISOTime() const { return Format(_T("%H:%M:%S")); }

    // implementation
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // construct from internal representation
    wxDateTime(const wxLongLong& time) { m_time = time; }

        // get the internal representation
    inline wxLongLong GetValue() const;

    // a helper function to get the current time_t
    static time_t GetTimeNow() { return time((time_t *)NULL); }

    // another one to get the current time broken down
    static struct tm *GetTmNow()
    {
        time_t t = GetTimeNow();
        return localtime(&t);
    }

private:
    // the current country - as it's the same for all program objects (unless
    // it runs on a _really_ big cluster system :-), this is a static member:
    // see SetCountry() and GetCountry()
    static Country ms_country;

    // this constant is used to transform a time_t value to the internal
    // representation, as time_t is in seconds and we use milliseconds it's
    // fixed to 1000
    static const long TIME_T_FACTOR;

    // returns TRUE if we fall in range in which we can use standard ANSI C
    // functions
    inline bool IsInStdRange() const;

    // the internal representation of the time is the amount of milliseconds
    // elapsed since the origin which is set by convention to the UNIX/C epoch
    // value: the midnight of January 1, 1970 (UTC)
    wxLongLong m_time;
};

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This class contains a difference between 2 wxDateTime values, so it makes
// sense to add it to wxDateTime and it is the result of subtraction of 2
// objects of that class. See also wxDateSpan.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

class WXDLLEXPORT wxTimeSpan
{
public:
    // constructors
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // return the timespan for the given number of seconds
    static wxTimeSpan Seconds(long sec) { return wxTimeSpan(0, 0, sec); }
    static wxTimeSpan Second() { return Seconds(1); }

        // return the timespan for the given number of minutes
    static wxTimeSpan Minutes(long min) { return wxTimeSpan(0, min, 0 ); }
    static wxTimeSpan Minute() { return Minutes(1); }

        // return the timespan for the given number of hours
    static wxTimeSpan Hours(long hours) { return wxTimeSpan(hours, 0, 0); }
    static wxTimeSpan Hour() { return Hours(1); }

        // return the timespan for the given number of days
    static wxTimeSpan Days(long days) { return Hours(24 * days); }
    static wxTimeSpan Day() { return Days(1); }

        // return the timespan for the given number of weeks
    static wxTimeSpan Weeks(long days) { return Days(7 * days); }
    static wxTimeSpan Week() { return Weeks(1); }

        // default ctor constructs the 0 time span
    wxTimeSpan() { }

        // from separate values for each component, date set to 0 (hours are
        // not restricted to 0..24 range, neither are minutes, seconds or
        // milliseconds)
    inline wxTimeSpan(long hours,
                      long minutes = 0,
                      long seconds = 0,
                      long milliseconds = 0);

        // default copy ctor is ok

        // no dtor

    // arithmetics with time spans (see also below for more operators)
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // return the sum of two timespans
    inline wxTimeSpan Add(const wxTimeSpan& diff) const;
        // add two timespans together
    inline wxTimeSpan& Add(const wxTimeSpan& diff);
        // add two timespans together
    wxTimeSpan& operator+=(const wxTimeSpan& diff) { return Add(diff); }

        // return the difference of two timespans
    inline wxTimeSpan Subtract(const wxTimeSpan& diff) const;
        // subtract another timespan
    inline wxTimeSpan& Subtract(const wxTimeSpan& diff);
        // subtract another timespan
    wxTimeSpan& operator-=(const wxTimeSpan& diff) { return Subtract(diff); }

        // multiply timespan by a scalar
    inline wxTimeSpan Multiply(int n) const;
        // multiply timespan by a scalar
    inline wxTimeSpan& Multiply(int n);
        // multiply timespan by a scalar
    wxTimeSpan& operator*=(int n) { return Multiply(n); }

        // return this timespan with inversed sign
    wxTimeSpan Negate() const { return wxTimeSpan(-GetValue()); }
        // negate the value of the timespan
    wxTimeSpan& Neg() { m_diff = -GetValue(); return *this; }
        // negate the value of the timespan
    wxTimeSpan& operator-() { return Neg(); }

        // return the absolute value of the timespan: does _not_ modify the
        // object
    inline wxTimeSpan Abs() const;

        // there is intentionally no division because we don't want to
        // introduce rounding errors in time calculations

    // comparaison (see also operator versions below)
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // is the timespan null?
    bool IsNull() const { return m_diff == 0l; }
        // returns true if the timespan is null
    bool operator!() const { return !IsNull(); }

        // is the timespan positive?
    bool IsPositive() const { return m_diff > 0l; }

        // is the timespan negative?
    bool IsNegative() const { return m_diff < 0l; }

        // are two timespans equal?
    inline bool IsEqualTo(const wxTimeSpan& ts) const;
        // compare two timestamps: works with the absolute values, i.e. -2
        // hours is longer than 1 hour. Also, it will return FALSE if the
        // timespans are equal in absolute value.
    inline bool IsLongerThan(const wxTimeSpan& ts) const;
        // compare two timestamps: works with the absolute values, i.e. 1
        // hour is shorter than -2 hours. Also, it will return FALSE if the
        // timespans are equal in absolute value.
    bool IsShorterThan(const wxTimeSpan& t) const { return !IsLongerThan(t); }

    // breaking into days, hours, minutes and seconds
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // get the max number of weeks in this timespan
    inline int GetWeeks() const;
        // get the max number of days in this timespan
    inline int GetDays() const;
        // get the max number of hours in this timespan
    inline int GetHours() const;
        // get the max number of minutes in this timespan
    inline int GetMinutes() const;
        // get the max number of seconds in this timespan
    inline wxLongLong GetSeconds() const;
        // get the number of milliseconds in this timespan
    wxLongLong GetMilliseconds() const { return m_diff; }

    // conversion to text
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // this function accepts strftime()-like format string (default
        // argument corresponds to the preferred date and time representation
        // for the current locale) and returns the string containing the
        // resulting text representation. Notice that only some of format
        // specifiers valid for wxDateTime are valid for wxTimeSpan: hours,
        // minutes and seconds make sense, but not "PM/AM" string for example.
    wxString Format(const wxChar *format = _T("%H:%M:%S")) const;

    // implementation
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // construct from internal representation
    wxTimeSpan(const wxLongLong& diff) { m_diff = diff; }

        // get the internal representation
    wxLongLong GetValue() const { return m_diff; }

private:
    // the (signed) time span in milliseconds
    wxLongLong m_diff;
};

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This class is a "logical time span" and is useful for implementing program
// logic for such things as "add one month to the date" which, in general,
// doesn't mean to add 60*60*24*31 seconds to it, but to take the same date
// the next month (to understand that this is indeed different consider adding
// one month to Feb, 15 - we want to get Mar, 15, of course).
//
// When adding a month to the date, all lesser components (days, hours, ...)
// won't be changed unless the resulting date would be invalid: for example,
// Jan 31 + 1 month will be Feb 28, not (non existing) Feb 31.
//
// Because of this feature, adding and subtracting back again the same
// wxDateSpan will *not*, in general give back the original date: Feb 28 - 1
// month will be Jan 28, not Jan 31!
//
// wxDateSpan can be either positive or negative. They may be
// multiplied by scalars which multiply all deltas by the scalar: i.e. 2*(1
// month and 1 day) is 2 months and 2 days. They can be added together and
// with wxDateTime or wxTimeSpan, but the type of result is different for each
// case.
//
// Beware about weeks: if you specify both weeks and days, the total number of
// days added will be 7*weeks + days! See also GetTotalDays() function.
//
// Finally, notice that for adding hours, minutes &c you don't need this
// class: wxTimeSpan will do the job because there are no subtleties
// associated with those.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

class WXDLLEXPORT wxDateSpan
{
public:
    // constructors
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // this many years/months/weeks/days
    wxDateSpan(int years = 0, int months = 0, int weeks = 0, int days = 0)
    {
        m_years = years;
        m_months = months;
        m_weeks = weeks;
        m_days = days;
    }

        // get an object for the given number of days
    static wxDateSpan Days(int days) { return wxDateSpan(0, 0, 0, days); }
    static wxDateSpan Day() { return Days(1); }

        // get an object for the given number of weeks
    static wxDateSpan Weeks(int weeks) { return wxDateSpan(0, 0, weeks, 0); }
    static wxDateSpan Week() { return Weeks(1); }

        // get an object for the given number of months
    static wxDateSpan Months(int mon) { return wxDateSpan(0, mon, 0, 0); }
    static wxDateSpan Month() { return Months(1); }

        // get an object for the given number of years
    static wxDateSpan Years(int years) { return wxDateSpan(years, 0, 0, 0); }
    static wxDateSpan Year() { return Years(1); }

        // default copy ctor is ok

        // no dtor

    // accessors (all SetXXX() return the (modified) wxDateSpan object)
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // set number of years
    wxDateSpan& SetYears(int n) { m_years = n; return *this; }
        // set number of months
    wxDateSpan& SetMonths(int n) { m_months = n; return *this; }
        // set number of weeks
    wxDateSpan& SetWeeks(int n) { m_weeks = n; return *this; }
        // set number of days
    wxDateSpan& SetDays(int n) { m_days = n; return *this; }

        // get number of years
    int GetYears() const { return m_years; }
        // get number of months
    int GetMonths() const { return m_months; }
        // get number of weeks
    int GetWeeks() const { return m_weeks; }
        // get number of days
    int GetDays() const { return m_days; }
        // returns 7*GetWeeks() + GetDays()
    int GetTotalDays() const { return 7*m_weeks + m_days; }

    // arithmetics with date spans (see also below for more operators)
    // ------------------------------------------------------------------------

        // return sum of two date spans
    inline wxDateSpan Add(const wxDateSpan& other) const;
        // add another wxDateSpan to us
    inline wxDateSpan& Add(const wxDateSpan& other);
        // add another wxDateSpan to us
    inline wxDateSpan& operator+=(const wxDateSpan& other);

        // return difference of two date spans
    inline wxDateSpan Subtract(const wxDateSpan& other) const;
        // subtract another wxDateSpan from us
    inline wxDateSpan& Subtract(const wxDateSpan& other);
        // subtract another wxDateSpan from us
    inline wxDateSpan& operator-=(const wxDateSpan& other);

        // return a copy of this time span with changed sign
    inline wxDateSpan Negate() const;
        // inverse the sign of this timespan
    inline wxDateSpan& Neg();
        // inverse the sign of this timespan
    wxDateSpan& operator-() { return Neg(); }

        // return the date span proportional to this one with given factor
    inline wxDateSpan Multiply(int factor) const;
        // multiply all components by a (signed) number
    inline wxDateSpan& Multiply(int factor);
        // multiply all components by a (signed) number
    inline wxDateSpan& operator*=(int factor) { return Multiply(factor); }

private:
    int m_years,
        m_months,
        m_weeks,
        m_days;
};

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// wxDateTimeArray: array of dates.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

#include "wx/dynarray.h"

WX_DECLARE_EXPORTED_OBJARRAY(wxDateTime, wxDateTimeArray);

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// wxDateTimeHolidayAuthority: an object of this class will decide whether a
// given date is a holiday and is used by all functions working with "work
// days".
//
// NB: the base class is an ABC, derived classes must implement the pure
//     virtual methods to work with the holidays they correspond to.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

class WXDLLEXPORT wxDateTimeHolidayAuthority;
WX_DEFINE_EXPORTED_ARRAY(wxDateTimeHolidayAuthority *, wxHolidayAuthoritiesArray);

class wxDateTimeHolidaysModule;
class WXDLLEXPORT wxDateTimeHolidayAuthority
{
friend class wxDateTimeHolidaysModule;
public:
    // virtual dtor for pure virtual base.
    virtual ~wxDateTimeHolidayAuthority() {}

    // returns TRUE if the given date is a holiday
    static bool IsHoliday(const wxDateTime& dt);

    // fills the provided array with all holidays in the given range, returns
    // the number of them
    static size_t GetHolidaysInRange(const wxDateTime& dtStart,
                                     const wxDateTime& dtEnd,
                                     wxDateTimeArray& holidays);

    // clear the list of holiday authorities
    static void ClearAllAuthorities();

    // add a new holiday authority (the pointer will be deleted by
    // wxDateTimeHolidayAuthority)
    static void AddAuthority(wxDateTimeHolidayAuthority *auth);

protected:
    // this function is called to determine whether a given day is a holiday
    virtual bool DoIsHoliday(const wxDateTime& dt) const = 0;

    // this function should fill the array with all holidays between the two
    // given dates - it is implemented in the base class, but in a very
    // inefficient way (it just iterates over all days and uses IsHoliday() for
    // each of them), so it must be overridden in the derived class where the
    // base class version may be explicitly used if needed
    //
    // returns the number of holidays in the given range and fills holidays
    // array
    virtual size_t DoGetHolidaysInRange(const wxDateTime& dtStart,
                                        const wxDateTime& dtEnd,
                                        wxDateTimeArray& holidays) const = 0;

private:
    // all holiday authorities
    static wxHolidayAuthoritiesArray ms_authorities;
};

// the holidays for this class are all Saturdays and Sundays
class WXDLLEXPORT wxDateTimeWorkDays : public wxDateTimeHolidayAuthority
{
protected:
    virtual bool DoIsHoliday(const wxDateTime& dt) const;
    virtual size_t DoGetHolidaysInRange(const wxDateTime& dtStart,
                                        const wxDateTime& dtEnd,
                                        wxDateTimeArray& holidays) const;
};

// ============================================================================
// inline functions implementation
// ============================================================================

// don't include inline functions definitions when we're included from anything
// else than datetime.cpp in debug builds: this minimizes rebuilds if we change
// some inline function and the performance doesn't matter in the debug builds.

#if !defined(wxDATETIME_DONT_INLINE) || defined(wxDEFINE_TIME_CONSTANTS)
    #define INCLUDED_FROM_WX_DATETIME_H
        #include "wx/datetime.inl"
    #undef INCLUDED_FROM_WX_DATETIME_H
#endif

// if we defined it to be empty above, restore it now
#ifdef wxDATETIME_DONT_INLINE
    #undef inline
#endif

// ============================================================================
// binary operators
// ============================================================================

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// wxDateTime operators
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// arithmetics
// -----------

// no need to check for validity - the member functions we call will do it

inline wxDateTime WXDLLEXPORT operator+(const wxDateTime& dt,
                                        const wxTimeSpan& ts)
{
    return dt.Add(ts);
}

inline wxDateTime WXDLLEXPORT operator-(const wxDateTime& dt,
                                        const wxTimeSpan& ts)
{
    return dt.Subtract(ts);
}

inline wxDateTime WXDLLEXPORT operator+(const wxDateTime& dt,
                                        const wxDateSpan& ds)
{
    return dt.Add(ds);
}

inline wxDateTime WXDLLEXPORT operator-(const wxDateTime& dt,
                                        const wxDateSpan& ds)
{
    return dt.Subtract(ds);
}

inline wxTimeSpan WXDLLEXPORT operator-(const wxDateTime& dt1,
                                        const wxDateTime& dt2)
{
    return dt1.Subtract(dt2);
}

// comparison
// ----------

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator<(const wxDateTime& t1, const wxDateTime& t2)
{
    wxASSERT_MSG( t1.IsValid() && t2.IsValid(), _T("invalid wxDateTime") );

    return t1.GetValue() < t2.GetValue();
}

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator<=(const wxDateTime& t1, const wxDateTime& t2)
{
    wxASSERT_MSG( t1.IsValid() && t2.IsValid(), _T("invalid wxDateTime") );

    return t1.GetValue() <= t2.GetValue();
}

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator>(const wxDateTime& t1, const wxDateTime& t2)
{
    wxASSERT_MSG( t1.IsValid() && t2.IsValid(), _T("invalid wxDateTime") );

    return t1.GetValue() > t2.GetValue();
}

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator>=(const wxDateTime& t1, const wxDateTime& t2)
{
    wxASSERT_MSG( t1.IsValid() && t2.IsValid(), _T("invalid wxDateTime") );

    return t1.GetValue() >= t2.GetValue();
}

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator==(const wxDateTime& t1, const wxDateTime& t2)
{
    wxASSERT_MSG( t1.IsValid() && t2.IsValid(), _T("invalid wxDateTime") );

    return t1.GetValue() == t2.GetValue();
}

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator!=(const wxDateTime& t1, const wxDateTime& t2)
{
    wxASSERT_MSG( t1.IsValid() && t2.IsValid(), _T("invalid wxDateTime") );

    return t1.GetValue() != t2.GetValue();
}

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// wxTimeSpan operators
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// arithmetics
// -----------

inline wxTimeSpan WXDLLEXPORT operator+(const wxTimeSpan& ts1,
                                        const wxTimeSpan& ts2)
{
    return wxTimeSpan(ts1.GetValue() + ts2.GetValue());
}

inline wxTimeSpan WXDLLEXPORT operator-(const wxTimeSpan& ts1,
                                        const wxTimeSpan& ts2)
{
    return wxTimeSpan(ts1.GetValue() - ts2.GetValue());
}

inline wxTimeSpan WXDLLEXPORT operator*(const wxTimeSpan& ts, int n)
{
    return wxTimeSpan(ts).Multiply(n);
}

inline wxTimeSpan WXDLLEXPORT operator*(int n, const wxTimeSpan& ts)
{
    return wxTimeSpan(ts).Multiply(n);
}

// comparison
// ----------

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator<(const wxTimeSpan &t1, const wxTimeSpan &t2)
{
    return t1.GetValue() < t2.GetValue();
}

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator<=(const wxTimeSpan &t1, const wxTimeSpan &t2)
{
    return t1.GetValue() <= t2.GetValue();
}

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator>(const wxTimeSpan &t1, const wxTimeSpan &t2)
{
    return t1.GetValue() > t2.GetValue();
}

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator>=(const wxTimeSpan &t1, const wxTimeSpan &t2)
{
    return t1.GetValue() >= t2.GetValue();
}

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator==(const wxTimeSpan &t1, const wxTimeSpan &t2)
{
    return t1.GetValue() == t2.GetValue();
}

inline bool WXDLLEXPORT operator!=(const wxTimeSpan &t1, const wxTimeSpan &t2)
{
    return t1.GetValue() != t2.GetValue();
}

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// wxDateSpan
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// comparison
// ----------

// ds1 == d2 if and only if for every wxDateTime t t + ds1 == t + ds2
inline WXDLLEXPORT bool operator==(const wxDateSpan& ds1,
                                   const wxDateSpan& ds2)
{
    return ds1.GetYears() == ds2.GetYears() &&
           ds1.GetMonths() == ds2.GetMonths() &&
           ds1.GetTotalDays() == ds2.GetTotalDays();
}

inline WXDLLEXPORT bool operator!=(const wxDateSpan& ds1,
                                   const wxDateSpan& ds2)
{
  return !(ds1 == ds2);
}

// arithmetics
// -----------

inline WXDLLEXPORT wxDateSpan operator+(const wxDateSpan& ds1,
                                        const wxDateSpan& ds2)
{
    return wxDateSpan(ds1.GetYears() + ds2.GetYears(),
                      ds1.GetMonths() + ds2.GetMonths(),
                      ds1.GetWeeks() + ds2.GetWeeks(),
                      ds1.GetDays() + ds2.GetDays());
}

inline WXDLLEXPORT wxDateSpan operator-(const wxDateSpan& ds1,
                                        const wxDateSpan& ds2)
{
    return wxDateSpan(ds1.GetYears() - ds2.GetYears(),
                      ds1.GetMonths() - ds2.GetMonths(),
                      ds1.GetWeeks() - ds2.GetWeeks(),
                      ds1.GetDays() - ds2.GetDays());
}

inline WXDLLEXPORT wxDateSpan operator*(const wxDateSpan& ds, int n)
{
    return wxDateSpan(ds).Multiply(n);
}

inline WXDLLEXPORT wxDateSpan operator*(int n, const wxDateSpan& ds)
{
    return wxDateSpan(ds).Multiply(n);
}

// ============================================================================
// other helper functions
// ============================================================================

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// iteration helpers: can be used to write a for loop over enum variable like
// this:
//  for ( m = wxDateTime::Jan; m < wxDateTime::Inv_Month; wxNextMonth(m) )
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

inline WXDLLEXPORT void wxNextMonth(wxDateTime::Month& m)
{
    wxASSERT_MSG( m < wxDateTime::Inv_Month, _T("invalid month") );

    // no wrapping or the for loop above would never end!
    m = (wxDateTime::Month)(m + 1);
}

inline WXDLLEXPORT void wxPrevMonth(wxDateTime::Month& m)
{
    wxASSERT_MSG( m < wxDateTime::Inv_Month, _T("invalid month") );

    m = m == wxDateTime::Jan ? wxDateTime::Inv_Month
                             : (wxDateTime::Month)(m - 1);
}

inline WXDLLEXPORT void wxNextWDay(wxDateTime::WeekDay& wd)
{
    wxASSERT_MSG( wd < wxDateTime::Inv_WeekDay, _T("invalid week day") );

    // no wrapping or the for loop above would never end!
    wd = (wxDateTime::WeekDay)(wd + 1);
}

inline WXDLLEXPORT void wxPrevWDay(wxDateTime::WeekDay& wd)
{
    wxASSERT_MSG( wd < wxDateTime::Inv_WeekDay, _T("invalid week day") );

    wd = wd == wxDateTime::Sun ? wxDateTime::Inv_WeekDay
                               : (wxDateTime::WeekDay)(wd - 1);
}

#endif // wxUSE_DATETIME

#endif // _WX_DATETIME_H

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